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  • Ed Asner Returns To Stratford For 'Conversation,' Visit To AST

    Ed Asner Returns To Stratford For 'Conversation,' Visit To AST
    Television, film and stage actor Ed Asner (TV's "The Mary Tyler Moore Show") will talk about his life and career in "A Conversation with Ed Asner" on Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Scottish Rite Theatre (formerly the Stratford Movie Theater), 2422...
  • Best of Fairfield County 2013: Best Lawyer or Law Firm

    Best of Fairfield County 2013: Best Lawyer or Law Firm
    1) Rosenberg and Press 3333 Main St. Stratford (203) 870-6700 rosenbergandpress.com   Voters Said: Absolutely the best law firm in CT. Very honest. Professionalism at its best. Great legal representation and advice. Great experience and...
  • King, Beattie books among new crop

    King, Beattie books among new crop
    Fiction "The Lost Memory of Skin" (Ecco) by Russell Banks. Coming Tuesday. Banks, one of our finest and most adventurous novelists, is not afraid to tackle big, tough topics that persistently bedevil the human species, and with his 17th book, he has...
  • The Italy of Shakespeare

    The Italy of Shakespeare
    "The Shakespeare Guide to Italy: Retracing the Bard's Unknown Travels" Even as the film "Anonymous" questions the authenticity of the Bard from Stratford, a fascinating new book retraces Shakespeare's steps in modern-day Italy. Richard Paul Roe, who...
  • Road-tripping in New Zealand

     Road-tripping in New Zealand
    TANGARAKAU GORGE, New Zealand — We've all seen those "Danger — Falling Rocks" signs when driving. But here, on the nearly 100-mile-long Forgotten World Highway, that sign several miles back that said "Do Not Loiter or Park on Ridge" takes...
  • Soul food

    Soul food
    In 1985, my parents piled my brother and me in the family truck and drove us from our northwest suburban home to Yellowstone National Park. We wove a leisurely path past Nebraska's prairies, South Dakota's Badlands, Wyoming's hot springs. The scenery was...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Canon lawyer, Bert Fields

    Patt Morrison Asks: Canon lawyer, Bert Fields
    Who wrote Shakespeare? Sounds like "Who's buried in Grant's tomb?" Yet about 150 years ago, people on both sides of the Atlantic began asking how an otherwise obscure William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon could have crafted the most brilliant works...
  • PASSINGS: John Neville, George Gallup Jr., Irving Geller

    PASSINGS: John Neville, George Gallup Jr., Irving Geller
    John Neville Canadian actor and stage director John Neville, 86, a British-born Canadian actor and stage director who played the title role in Terry Gilliam's 1988 film "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen" and had a recurring role in "The X-Files" TV...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 208: 'Nebraska'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 208: 'Nebraska'
    Sunday night's installment of "The Walking Dead"  on AMC had it all: zombie deaths, human deaths, a car wreck, new characters, a working bar, heated arguments and — to cap it all off — a song by Maryland-based blues-metal band Clutch. The...
  • From the Archives: Stratford Apartments fire

    From the Archives: Stratford Apartments fire
  • This 'Follies' is no second fiddle

    This 'Follies' is no second fiddle
    Among Stephen Sondheim fans, it's already being called "the other 'Follies.'" When Gary Griffin and Chicago Shakespeare Theater began making plans for a major Chicago revival of the 1971 musical (book by James Goldman, music and lyrics by Sondheim)...