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WFSB’s Kara Sundlun Was 'Love Child' of a Governor, New Book Recounts

WFSB’s Kara Sundlun Was 'Love Child' of a Governor, New Book Recounts

Kara Sundlun, the Emmy-winning co-host of "Better Connecticut" on WFSB, has written a book entitled "Finding Dad: From Love Child to Daughter."

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Milford Ghost Walk Turns Scary When the Warrens, Devil Mentioned

Milford Ghost Walk Turns Scary When the Warrens, Devil Mentioned

Cynthia Wolfe Boynton intended her Spirits of Milford Ghost Walk to be entertaining and historical, but on the first time out Saturday, something chilling happened in front of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church on River Street when Boynton talked about paranormal investigators Lorraine and the late Ed Warren.

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Tom Rush, 1960s Godfather of New England Folk Music, Comes to StageOne in Fairfield Dec. 8

Tom Rush, 1960s Godfather of New England Folk Music, Comes to StageOne in Fairfield Dec. 8

In our web-exclusive Q&A, he discusses his beginnings in Cambridge, Mass., the challenges of songwriting, and how he advanced the careers of James Taylor and Jackson Browne.

"Jason Alexander and His Hair" Bring One-Man Show to Hartford's Bushnell

"Jason Alexander and His Hair" Bring One-Man Show to Hartford's Bushnell

Jason Alexander hits the stage to perform his hilarious one man show. "An Evening With Jason Alexander and His Hair" is a comedy variety show that features stand-up comedy, music, improvisation, and audience participation, according to the Bushnell's website.

Front Row Q&A: Mike Reiss

Front Row Q&A: Mike Reiss

Playwright Mike Reiss is Connecticut, and so are you. He's riding high as producer/writer for "The Simpsons," but here explains why its run at Ivoryton Playhouse may be the last hurrah for his award-winning play, "I'm Connecticut."

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