Windham Textile & History Museum's Latino Migration Exhibit Charts An Important Legacy

11/08/13

Windham Textile & History Museum's Latino Migration Exhibit Charts An Important Legacy

Take advantage of your last chance to see this Eastern Connecticut State University-curated history, which runs through Dec. 8.

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Vampire Alert: 'Van Helsing of Ipswich' Coming to Litchfield

11/08/13

Vampire Alert: 'Van Helsing of Ipswich' Coming to Litchfield

Michael Medeiros will share a story of his own creation this Sunday when Dickens Books & Art in Bantam commemorates the 166th birthday of “Dracula” author Bram Stoker with an ensemble reading of Mr. Medeiros’ modern-day vampire film screenplay, “Van Helsing of Ipswich.”

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John Lithgow Comes to Fairfield Nov. 15; Gives Us the Fascinating 'Scoop'

11/06/13

John Lithgow Comes to Fairfield Nov. 15; Gives Us the Fascinating 'Scoop'

On Nov. 15 John Lithgow brings a more personal showcase, “Stories By Heart,” to the Quick Center for the Arts at Fairfield University. It’s a tribute both to his father, theater director Arthur Washington Lithgow III, and the art of storytelling.

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John Fogerty Rocks Oakdale Theater in Wallingford Nov. 9

11/05/13

John Fogerty Rocks Oakdale Theater in Wallingford Nov. 9

On his "Wrote a Song for Everyone" tour, Creedence Clearwater Revival's lead everything (singer, songwriter and guitarist) has shown that revisiting the past can be awesome, indeed.

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He's Mel Tormé's  Son But His Own Man as a Singer, With Connecticut Shows

11/03/13

He's Mel Tormé's Son But His Own Man as a Singer, With Connecticut Shows

The jazz-singing son of the late, great Mel Tormé will be performing all over Connecticut over the next week.

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