Mountainside Café has reopened after a four-year hiatus, and offers jobs to former addicts on the last leg of their path to sobriety.
The Blue Oar in Haddam is a lovely place. Casual, cool and convivial, it’s situated in a small marina on the banks of the Connecticut River.
Former President Bill Clinton revved up the true believers in a weekday rally putting the onus on them to get a second term for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton will be in New Haven at noon Tuesday at the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale to raise money for the state Democratic Party to help the candidacy of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
The former lead singer of October Project has a new album and recently recorded the wolf-inspired theme song for Anne Rice's latest audio book.
The dead will speak to you at Foxwoods Resort Casino Sept. 21, through psychic medium Matt Fraser.
Lady Slipper Affairs & Events offers a variety of wedding services including set up, tear down, design consultation and event decoration rentals.
Erin and Eric Harkrader found their dream home courtesy of HGTV's "House Hunters." Their episode aired Saturday, August 23.
With only about an hour left before completing his epic solo swim from New York to Canada earlier this month, Lyme resident Fred Brooke emerged from the bone-chilling, 50-degree northern Maine water ready to call it quits.
University of Connecticut medical students Greg Kirby and Jonathan Kobles will finish their cross-country bicycle ride this Saturday with final leg from Farmington to Hammonasset Beach State Park.
In the 1960s author Joseph Hayes modeled his Brookfield home on a Tudor-style castle in the south of England. Now that house is on the market.
The historic former jail in Litchfield—built to house prisoners in the War of 1812 and the only jail in the country that shared a common wall with a bank—has finally been sold, after years of sitting vacant.
ale University, a premier, world-renowned research institution, takes up large portions of downtown, and doesn’t pay taxes on its dorms, classrooms, libraries, research labs or the grassy oases inside the residential quads.
A stunning concert hall and theater crown the new home of Western Connecticut State University's School of Visual and Performing Arts.
Jan 14, 2013 to Dec 30, 2013
This is a monitored class with emphasis on placing the model in an environment. Models will be varied, clothed and nude. Poses will run for three to four weeks. All levels and mediums welcome.
Dates: Mondays, 9am-4pm, January 7–December 31
Fees: To register for this class, please contact Diane directly at (860) 663-2370
Instructor Bio: Diane Aeschliman studied drawing in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux Arts with Professor Jean LeFeuvre, and after graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design, she taught for 14 years as an Associate Professor at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts. Diane is nationally recognized as a master portrait, landscape and still life artist, frequently working on commission, and has led a number of fellow painters on intensive working trips to Italy and Ireland. A recipient of dozens of awards, her paintings are in private and corporate collections here and abroad, as well as on display in several New England galleries. Among her many affiliations, Diane is a member of the Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists and the New England Plein Air Painters. The Lyme Art Association is fortunate that Diane is not only an instructor, but also the long-time monitor of our popular Monday sessions.
|Cost||To register for this class, please contact Diane directly at (860) 663-2370|
Lyme Art Association
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