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Friday, July 5, 2024

The D’Amelio family is returning to CT. Here’s how to grab a snack with the social media stars. by Staff Report

The D'Amelio family is returning to its hometown of Norwalk on Saturday to host a Connecticut reunion with fans.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 03:16PM
Saturday, June 29, 2024

Does CT have celebrity pilgrimage sites? You bet, according to a poll by Staff Report

A multitude of American landmarks dot the U.S. for visitors to swing by and experience, but do any Connecticut locales make the cut?

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 05:45AM
Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Post Malone’s F-1 Trillion Tour making stop in CT. When do tickets go on sale? by Staff Report

Post Malone's recently announced F-1 Trillion Tour is making a stop in Connecticut, according to the singer's website.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 09:57AM

Big E announces hip hop group Public Enemy to join stacked concert lineup by Staff Report

The Big E announced another big ticket performance for their Big E Arena, according to their Facebook page.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 09:56AM
Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Trantolo & Trantolo to announce charity concert series with Brad Paisley to benefit CT boys and girls club by Staff Report

Trantolo & Trantolo will announce today, June 25, that their charity concert series with Brad Paisley will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, per a release.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 10:08AM
Friday, June 7, 2024

Juneteenth celebrations are coming to CT. Here’s how you can join in. by Staff Report

Juneteenth events are gearing up in Connecticut. Check out our list of Juneteenth events throughout the Nutmeg state below:

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 05:00AM
Wednesday, June 5, 2024

Popular CT festival returns this weekend with carnival rides, food, games and vendors by Staff Report

The 37th Annual event is making its return this weekend Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 06:00AM
Friday, May 10, 2024

The results are in: See the Best of Hartford 2024 Readers’ Poll winners by Staff Report

The Best Of Hartford 2024 Readers' Poll winners have been confirmed in everything from auto and entertainment to food and drink.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 09:48AM
Thursday, April 4, 2024

Longtime Mass. educator with deep CT connections named University of Hartford president by Staff Report

A longtime Massachusetts educator has been named the new president of the University of Hartford, according to the school. Lawrence P. Ward, called a  “dynamic leader in the national high…

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 12:48PM
Friday, December 15, 2023

19 Christmas movies filmed right in CT. Does your town make the list? by Staff Report

It's the season for Christmas cheer, and more holiday films than you can count. Many of those movies are filmed right in Connecticut.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 06:00AM
Saturday, December 9, 2023

New Haven Symphony Orchestra musicians to strike over wages by Staff Report

The musicians of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra voted to authorize a strike on Friday to fight for an increase in wages.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 01:43PM
Friday, December 8, 2023

Legendary singer/songwriter and CT native Michael Bolton postpones Mohegan Sun Arena concert by Staff Report

Michael Bolton has postponed his Dec. 17 concert at the Mohegan Sun Arena, according to the casino.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 11:06AM
Tuesday, November 14, 2023

Café Nine in CT hosting ‘a musical trainwreck for all’: Dean Falcone’s 27th Annual Thanksgiving Vomitorium by Staff Report

If you thought talking politics at Thanksgiving was rowdy, get ready: Café Nine in New Haven and Dean Falcone are hosting the 27th Annual Thanksgiving Vomitorium Wednesday, Nov. 22.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 12:44PM
Monday, October 2, 2023

PHOTOS: The Sound on Sound Music Festival in Bridgeport with John Mayer, Red Hot Chili Peppers and more by Staff Report

The Sound on Sound Music Festival was held in Bridgeport from Sept. 30 to Oct. 1.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 11:44AM
Friday, August 18, 2023

CT readers choose the state’s favorite author: survey (Hint: top 3 all very popular) by Staff Report

A survey of 3,000 respondents by StoicQuotes.com shed light on each state’s most cherished no-longer-living authors, revealing some intriguing outcomes.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 10:41AM
Friday, October 21, 2022

Lucy Simon, Tony-nominated composer of ‘The Secret Garden,’ dies at 82 by News Services and Staff Reports

She was an older sister of pop superstar Carly Simon, with whom she performed in the 1960s. Later, she and her husband won Grammy Awards for children's albums.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 06:13PM
Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Charles Robinson, who played court clerk on long-running ‘Night Court,’ dies at 75 by Staff Reports and News Services

Mr. Robinson was a prolific stage actor and had supporting parts in series such as “Buffalo Bill,” “Love & War,” “Home Improvement,” “The Game” and “Hart of Dixie.”

SOURCE: Washington Post at 08:03PM
Monday, June 7, 2021

Clarence Williams III, who starred as Linc on ‘The Mod Squad,’ dies at 81 by News Services and Staff Reports

He also received a Tony nomination and appeared in Lee Daniels’ “The Butler.”

SOURCE: Washington Post at 12:54PM
Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Paul Ritter, British actor in ‘Chernobyl’ and Harry Potter franchise, dies at 54 by News Services and Staff Reports

He also received a Tony nomination in 2009 for “The Norman Conquests.”

SOURCE: Washington Post at 02:06PM
Monday, November 26, 2018

Hartford Symphony receives million-dollar grant, boosting $10 million fundraising campaign by Staff Report

The Hartford Symphony Orchestra will receive a $1 million grant after meeting a fundraising challenge as part of its long-term $10 million campaign. A group of donors who wish to remain anon…

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 10:45AM
Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Howard Davies, acclaimed director on London and New York stages, dies at 71 by From Staff Reports and News Services

He directed ‘Private Lives’ and ‘Les Liaisons Dangereuses,’ both starring Alan Rickman.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 05:54PM
Thursday, June 2, 2016

Hayward: Staged reading at Douglas Morrisson June 27 by Staff Report

Douglas Morrisson will have a staged reading of playwright Scott Munson's modern twist on classic farce 'Charley's Aunt

SOURCE: San Jose Mercury News at 05:42PM
Thursday, April 28, 2016

Playwrights Festival returns to Ohlone College by Staff Report

Two-day event features 10 world premiere plays

SOURCE: San Jose Mercury News at 05:21PM
Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Love and hope in New York City, as interpreted by Harford Dance Theatre by Staff Report

Harford Dance Theatre is presenting an original dance-theater production, "Kinetic Canvas: Edward Hopper," that tells a timeless yet unique story of love and hope set in New York City before…

SOURCE: The Baltimore Sun Subscription at 01:18PM
Thursday, June 11, 2015

June 11: A.R. Rahman, Colleen and more by Staff Report

by Staff Report Who’s in town French musician Colleen is performing atmospheric, melodic pop music from her latest album, “Captain of None.” [7 p.m., Exploratorium, Pier …

SOURCE: archives.sfexaminer.com at 05:00AM
Wednesday, June 10, 2015

June 11: A.R. Rahman, Colleen and more by Staff Report

by Staff Report Who’s in town French musician Colleen is performing atmospheric, melodic pop music from her latest album, “Captain of None.” [7 p.m., Exploratorium, Pier …

SOURCE: The San Francisco Examiner at 06:08PM

June 10: Todd Rundgren, Peter Coyote and more by Staff Report

by Staff Report Who’s in town Harvard public-policy professor Robert D. Putnam is leading a discussion about the wage gap and vanishing opportunities for American youths. [7 …

SOURCE: archives.sfexaminer.com at 05:00AM
Tuesday, June 9, 2015

June 10: Todd Rundgren, Peter Coyote and more by Staff Report

by Staff Report Who’s in town Harvard public-policy professor Robert D. Putnam is leading a discussion about the wage gap and vanishing opportunities for American youths. [7 …

SOURCE: The San Francisco Examiner at 05:49PM

June 9: Neon Trees, sea junk and more by Staff Report

by Staff Report Who’s in town Best-selling author Neil Gaiman speaks about the way stories become legendary over the years. [7:30 p.m., Castro Theatre, 429 Castro St., S.F.; s…

SOURCE: archives.sfexaminer.com at 05:00AM
Monday, June 8, 2015

June 9: Neon Trees, sea junk and more by Staff Report

by Staff Report Who’s in town Best-selling author Neil Gaiman speaks about the way stories become legendary over the years. [7:30 p.m., Castro Theatre, 429 Castro St., S.F.; s…

SOURCE: The San Francisco Examiner at 11:25PM

June 8: Lupe Fiasco, comedy and more by Staff Report

by Staff Report Who’s in town Philosopher, lawyer and atheist Nancy Ellen Abrams reflects on the possibility of finding something in the universe “worthy of the name God.�…

SOURCE: The San Francisco Examiner at 05:00AM

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