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  • ON20's Lizotte Nominated For Food & Wine 'Best New Chef'

    ON20's Lizotte Nominated For Food & Wine 'Best New Chef'
    You've got until March 31 to cast your vote for ON20 executive chef Jeffrey Lizotte, who's been nominated as one of the New England candidates for Food & Wine magazine's People's Best New Chef.
  • 'Hike for Hope' Honors Those with Bile Duct Cancer

    'Hike for Hope' Honors Those with Bile Duct Cancer
    A Connecticut family has spearheaded the 4th Annual "Hike for Hope" to raise awareness and research funding for bile duct cancer. Phil Schaller, of Ivoryton, is a survivor.  His family organized the event to honor him and also those who lost their...

    The Great Closet Clean Out: Prom Dress Donation

    The Great Closet Clean Out: Prom Dress Donation
    I am knee-deep in the midst of the Great Closet Clean Out. Sorting, bagging, purging. It feels good. Thanks to my parents move out of the house I grew up in, I found myself in possession of my actual prom dresses circa 1990, 1991.  All I can say is:...

    Q&A With Max Bemis Of Say Anything And Perma

    Q&A With Max Bemis Of Say Anything And Perma
    Max Bemis has spent the better part of the last 10 years as frontman and mastermind of pop-punk heavyweights Say Anything. This week he plays The Space in Hamden both solo and with wife Sherri DuPree-Bemis (of Eisley) as their duo Perma.  CTNow: What'...

    Plants and Animals Play Two Shows

    Plants and Animals Play Two  Shows
    It's unsettling when you find out an album you really like isn't well-regarded by its creators. In 2012, the Montreal-based trio Plants and Animals released The End of That, 11 tracks of frayed nerves, jangly guitars and singer Warren C. Spicer's...