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What's going on to commemorate Juneteenth, in its first year as a recognized state holiday in Connecticut?
Riverfront Recapture has dozens of activities for area residents throughout the summer: workouts, live music, cultural festivals, hikes, sports, rowing, a 5K.
Art in the Park, the annual gathering of artists, musicians and food trucks at Center Park in Manchester, is on Sunday.
Connecticut's Mystic Seaport exhibit "Alexis Rockman: Oceanus," tackles a new subject for the museum: exploitation of ocean life and global warming.
June is Pride Month. At a time when LGBTQ rights are in peril nationwide, Connecticut celebrates the community.
"ART maniFESTation 2023," with art, music, food and other attractions, will be May 13 from noon to 11 p.m. on Bartholomew Avenue in Hartford.
After a pandemic hiatus, Open Studio Hartford is back. It will take place May 13, 20 and 21.
Brett A. Maddux is 35 years old. While most people his age are focusing on building their resumes and saving money, Maddux isn’t interested in any of that. His new collection of poetry was…
What is going on in Connecticut stages and other venues to celebrate Christmas?
Aaron Caycedo-Kimura of Bloomfield published a collection of poems, "Common Grace," about his Japanese-American parents' WWII experiences, his wife and his life in New England.
Connecticut filmmaker Kyle Rodgers, who used Waterbury-area locations to make a short film about how mental illness affects a loving couple, will show that film on Nov. 5.
Karen Fisk, who was vice president of community investment and external affairs at Springfield Museums, is the new executive director of The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center in Hartford.
The 2022 Connecticut Book Awards, honoring the best books written by state residents and natives were announced.
"The Final Revival of Opal & Nev" by Dawnie Walton, wins the 2022 Mark Twain American Voice in Literature Award., it was announced on Sunday.
Wesleyan University will present "Queer Horror: Gravest Hits," an evening of short horror films by queer filmmakers, as well as live entertainment.
Museums around the state are running shows from September to December with a wide variety of artists from across history and around the world, from Renaissance Italy to contemporary Hartford…
The nominees for the 2022 Connecticut Book Awards have been announced. The awards ceremony is Oct. 23 in Hartford.
A book by Bridgeport’s Lizzy Rockwell will represent the young reader category for Connecticut at the 2022 Library of Congress National Book Festival.
Spooky Popcorn, the annual outdoor, free series of scary movies in downtown Hartford, begins Aug. 27 and runs through Oct. 1, with screenings of classic horror movies on six successive Satur…
Wethersfield, Bridgeport, Hartford and Milford are bringing back PorchFest, an annual day of musical performances on the porches of homes and businesses.
The 5th Silk City Fest, an afternoon and evening of music, food and arts and crafts, will be Aug. 27 in downtown Manchester.
The 30th annual Sunken Garden Poetry Festival will be Aug. 28 to Oct. 7 at Hill-Stead Museum in Farmington.
A feature film being shot in Hartford is looking for extras for a scene to be shot on Aug. 10.
Two annual Native American events celebrating the harvest will take place in August: The Green Corn Festival in Washington and Schemitzun in Mashantucket.
Advancing Connecticut Together is having its annual art grab. In an age of COVID, how can people be persuaded to think about another epidemic?
A movie about a combat veteran who served in Afghanistan, which was shot in the New Haven area, will premiere in that city on July 7.
“30 Americans” at New Britain Museum of American Art is a show of artworks about the Black experience interpreted by 30 Black artists.
Ten fellows in the Artists of Color Accelerate program will show off their work at a free Hartford event on June 30.
Make Music Day, the annual nationwide celebration of music, will have events all over Connecticut on Tuesday, June 21.
A gallery in Norwich dedicated to Sikh art is having its ribbon cutting on April 29, as part of a townwide celebration of the Sikh community.
A new young adult novel is co-written by Gladys Mwilelo of New Haven woman, who is a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo.