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  • Connecticut High School Musical Theater Award Nominations Announced

    Connecticut High School Musical Theater Award Nominations Announced
     The Fourth Annual Connecticut High School Musical Theater Awards ceremony will be held June 4 starting at 6 p.m. at the Palace Theatre in Waterbury. Performances from the nominates shows will be presented at the ceremony. A total of 19 high schools...
  • Schools Named for Connecticut High School Musical Award Competition

    Schools Named for Connecticut High School Musical Award Competition
    The 4th Annual Connecticut High School Music Theater Awards will be June 4 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury. Tickets for the event go on sale mid-May at the Palace box office and website.  The best  actor and actress in a Connecticut show will move...
  • Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track

    Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track
    Up to now, the Connecticut General Assembly has never approved any of the bills offered in recent years that would enable cities and towns to install cameras at red lights and collect fines by mailing tickets to violators. But this year's bill —...
  • Lyme doctor with troubled past offers controversial treatment

    Lyme doctor with troubled past offers controversial treatment
    When Dr. Jeffrey Piccirillo moved to the small college town of Grinnell, Iowa, the Joliet surgeon had been sued multiple times over allegations of malpractice, personal injury and negligence. In 2003, less than a year earlier, he had filed for bankruptcy....
  • Chronic Lyme disease: A dubious diagnosis

    Chronic Lyme disease: A dubious diagnosis
    Dr. Bernard Raxlen arrived at Manhattan's glamorous Gotham Hall on a cool autumn night in 2008 to receive a humanitarian award. With a lime-green Lyme disease advocacy ribbon pinned to his dapper black suit, Raxlen joined partygoers sipping martinis...
  • Just Keep on Pluckin'

    Q: Dr. Vogl, your last column was about tick season. I'm worried about my dog and Lyme Disease. Should I be? I wouldn’t say that I can come close to Carnac the Magnificent’s ability to predict events, but we certainly did pluck a lot of ticks...
  • 'Art and Artists in Connecticut'

    Connecticut “has given the world more artists of ability than any other state,” or so proclaimed Henry W. French in his 1879 tome Art and Artists in Connecticut. That may or may not be true, but it does suggest another proclamation at this...
  • Learning The Language Of Interior Design

    Learning The Language Of Interior Design
    Just as you can master a foreign language like Chinese, you can learn the language of interior design, says New York interior designer Alexa Hampton. "In fact, when you look at a room, you're reading it," she says. "It's a vocabulary that you can learn."...
  • Eclectic Mix Is Of The Moment

    "It's all in the mix" was the refrain last weekend at the Interior Inspirations show in Old Lyme, a fund-raiser for the Child & Family Agency of Southeasatern Connecticut. "The matchy-matchy thing is over," declared New York designer Larry Laslo. He...
  • Close-up on Old Lyme

    Close-up on Old Lyme
    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: Likely named after Lyme Regis, Dorsetshire, in England. A settler, Matthew Griswold, apparently left England from the port of Lyme Regis. ORIGINS: Set off from Saybrook in 1665, the town was incorporated in 1855 as South Lyme. The...
  • Foundation lends Rodin works to LCAD

    Laguna Beach will be the first Orange County city to get a glimpse of a rare collection of works by Auguste Rodin. The exhibition opening Monday at the Laguna College of Art & Design celebrates the school's 50th year. Works are from the Iris and B....