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  • Finding A Theater 'Tribe' In The Community

    Finding A Theater 'Tribe' In The Community
    Creating theater in the shadow of decades-old institutions like Hartford Stage and TheaterWorks can be a formidable challenge for a theater company, but Hartford's HartBeat Ensemble — the relative new kid on the block at 14 years old — has...
  • 'Mad Men's' Matthew Weiner greets the end with exhilaration, woe

     'Mad Men's' Matthew Weiner greets the end with exhilaration, woe
    Matthew Weiner, the creator and executive producer of AMC's "Mad Men," is no stranger to showmanship. Whether on a panel promoting his four-time Emmy winner for best drama or masterfully pulling off the "Zou Bisou Bisou" scene in the fifth-season...
  • Franz Wright, celebrated and tormented poet and poet's son, dies at 62

    Franz Wright, celebrated and tormented poet and poet's son, dies at 62
    Franz Wright was 15 and living in California when he sent some of his first poems to a tough critic — his father. "I'll be damned," the acclaimed poet James Wright wrote back. "You're a poet. Welcome to hell." The elder Wright's words were...
  • King of the liner notes, recording executive Stan Cornyn dies 81

    King of the liner notes, recording executive Stan Cornyn dies 81
    When he was 32, it was a very good year. That’s when a writer named Stan Cornyn – who later came to be known as "king of the liner notes" -- won his first Grammy. It was for the 1965 Frank Sinatra album, “September of My Years.&...
  • Franz Wright, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, dies at 62

    Franz Wright, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, dies at 62
    Poet Franz Wright, 62, died at his home in Waltham, Mass., on Thursday after a long struggle with lung cancer, his publisher Knopf confirmed. Wright's 2003 collection "Walking to Martha's Vineyard" won the Pulitzer Prize. Wright was born March 18, 1953,...
  • So Cuba Created a Lung Cancer Vaccine, That's Something

    So Cuba Created a Lung Cancer Vaccine, That's Something
    It's hard to say something nice about Cuba when you think about Fidel Castro. But when you're talking about doctors in Cuba, you're talking about being on the heels of curing cancer. That's something to brag about. Amid all the talk about the recent...
  • Coal ash contamination upsets residents near North Carolina plants

    Coal ash contamination upsets residents near North Carolina plants
    As a boy, Ron Thomas often watched murky water pour from a pipe into the Yadkin River behind his family's farmhouse, dumped from coal ash storage ponds at Duke Energy's Buck electricity plant. Now 80, Thomas worries that he and his wife, Joann, 72, have...
  • Frank DiPascali dies at 58; Bernie Madoff aide turned government witness

    Frank DiPascali dies at 58; Bernie Madoff aide turned government witness
    Bernard Madoff's former right-hand man, who once admitted he was loyal to his boss “to a terrible, terrible fault,” has died less than a month before he was to face sentencing for his role in the multibillion-dollar fraud. Frank DiPascali,...
  • Community news: Grant gives Hobart seniors pass to Taltree Arboretum

    Hobart seniors get free pass at Taltree Taltree Arboretum and Gardens near Valparaiso will offer free admission to Hobart residents 55 or older from June 1 through July 1, thanks to a grant awarded from the Legacy Foundation-Maria Reiner Fund. "We...
  • Sarah Brady, gun control advocate and widow of James Brady, dies at 73

    Sarah Brady, gun control advocate and widow of James Brady, dies at 73
    After the 1981 assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, nearly everyone knew that White House spokesman James Brady had been shot in the head and partially paralyzed in the attack by a mentally deranged assailant, John W. Hinckley Jr. But...
  • Toni Creegan: Mother was backbone of her family

    Toni Creegan: Mother was backbone of her family
    From the sleepless, shapeless nights following the loss of her husband, Toni Creegan gleaned one clear goal: she would untangle her family's sorrow as she fought hard for her boys' success. "She was the backbone of our entire family," said son...