Graphic Art of Chuck Close on View at Bruce Museum in Greenwich

12/26/13

Graphic Art of Chuck Close on View at Bruce Museum in Greenwich

At a time when portraiture was considered passé, Close chose the human face as his subject. Or perhaps it chose him. He has a condition called prosopagnosia, which means it is difficult for him to recognize faces.

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'A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder' Co-Producer, 21, Is From Branford

12/23/13

'A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder' Co-Producer, 21, Is From Branford

“A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” has been called a “tour de force” by The New York Times, and “the most fun you can have on Broadway” by Time Out magazine. Entertainment Weekly said it is as “gut-busting as ‘The Book of Mormon.’”

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Shoreline Author's Take on Mistletoe: A Dog Who Wakes Santa Just in Time

12/22/13

Shoreline Author's Take on Mistletoe: A Dog Who Wakes Santa Just in Time

What if Santa Claus fell asleep on Christmas Eve? Fortunately, in Richard Wolf’s charming holiday tale, an affectionate dog named Mistletoe wakes St. Nick just in time to deliver his sleigh full of presents.

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Crèche in Bethlehem, as Rare as Metropolitan Museum of Art's, Welcomes Visitors

12/18/13

Crèche in Bethlehem, as Rare as Metropolitan Museum of Art's, Welcomes Visitors

An 18th-Century Neapolitan Nativity in Bethlehem has its own heartwarming story.

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CPTV Documentary Looks at a Connecticut Version of Santa: Paul Newman

12/16/13

CPTV Documentary Looks at a Connecticut Version of Santa: Paul Newman

Paul Newman’s legacy of changing the world around him and changing lives for the better is the subject of “Give It All Away: Newman’s Own Recipe for Success,” a new documentary premiering Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 8 p.m. on CPTV.

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