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  • Kristen's Kloset Opened In Southington To Help Take Cost Out Of Prom

    Kristen's Kloset Opened In Southington To Help Take Cost Out Of Prom
    SOUTHINGTON—The first floor of the vacant Gura building has been transformed into a prom boutique. Kristen's Kloset provides prom dresses for low or no cost to high school students. The program, in its eighth year was created in the memory of...
  • Former Police Chief, Town Manager In Rocky Hill Dies

     Former Police Chief, Town Manager In Rocky Hill Dies
    ROCKY HILL – Fair, honest, compassionate, calm, innovative. Those are among the adjectives used by those who knew and worked with Philip R. Dunn to describe the former police chief and town manager who died Monday after battling lymphoma. He was...
  • Tryon, White In Old Lyme, Hartford

    Tryon, White In Old Lyme, Hartford
    “Shipmates for Fifty Years,” an exhibit of paintings by Dwight William Tryon (1849-1925) and Henry Cooke White (1861-1952), will be at the Connecticut Spring Antiques Show on Saturday and Sunday, March 22 and 23, and afterwards at the Cooley...
  • A Homecoming For Saxophonist Noah Preminger

    A Homecoming For Saxophonist Noah Preminger
    Tenor saxophonist and Canton native Noah Preminger has settled nicely into a busy New York City jazz existence. He regularly leads two quartets — the first, a piano-less group with forward-thinking guitarist Ben Monder, bassist Matt Pavolka and...
  • Sunil Howlander In Old Lyme

    Sunil Howlander In Old Lyme
    Fresh Ayer Gallery & Gifts, 19 Halls Road in Old Lyme, opens “Expressions of Harmony,” works by Sunil Howlander, on Friday, March 7, with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. The show runs through Tuesday, April 1.
  • Gift Bags With Connecticut-Made Products A Big Hit With Guests

     Gift Bags With Connecticut-Made Products A Big Hit With Guests
    Can't wait for spring? Remember, along with warmer weather, May and June bring graduations and weddings — and graduations and weddings bring out-of-town guests. I learned this fact some years ago, when my son got married in June and then my...
  • Dig In: Garden Clubs, Lectures, Appraisal Events, Antiques Show

    Dig In: Garden Clubs, Lectures, Appraisal Events, Antiques Show
    Garden Club Events * Gini Mita, of Wallingford Garden Club, speaks at the Monday, March 10, meeting of the Duck River Garden Club at 7:30 p.m. at Lymes’ Senior Center, 26 Town Woods Road, Old Lyme. Mita will discuss “Plants from Seeds.”...
  • Lunch On The Lawn At Café Flo

    While the artists who founded the Old Lyme Art Colony in Florence Griswold's home were indisputably talented, they owe some of their success to the hospitality and inspiration of their landlady. Visitors now flock to the charming yellow home-turned-...
  • Four New Exhibits In Old Lyme

    Four New Exhibits In Old Lyme
    The Lyme Art Association, 90 Lyme St. in Old Lyme, presents four exhibits from Friday, Feb. 28, until Saturday, April 12. The exhibits are “Nocturne: Images of the Night,” “Holding Still: An Exhibition of Still Life Work,” “...
  • New Britain High School Team In Science Bowl Preliminary Round

    New Britain High School Team In Science Bowl Preliminary Round
    NEW BRITAIN - A team of students from New Britain High School will participate March 1 in a competition to represent Connecticut in the federal government's National Science Bowl. The national competition is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy'...
  • Jazz In Connecticut -- The Early Years

    Jazz In Connecticut -- The Early Years
    With fabled clubs in the North End rocking with the sound of jazz, classic big bands and big-name instrumentalists and singers routinely blowing-off the roof at Foot Guard Hall on High Street, or shaking the foundations of the State Theater on Village...