A Very Hamilton Christmas
Don’t lose faith, America. The millennials are coming.
When I first call Ray Figlewski at his home in Branford, he says, “It’s hard for me to run these days; my balance is gone” because of Parkinson’s disease. Then he adds, “It’s tough. But it can be dealt with.”
“People are going crazy over it,” Kristin Chenoweth told me over the phone from a break in the filming of an episode of the CBS comedy Mom.
Of course you’re sick of people talking about making deals. Let’s not make a deal today. Let’s get a deal. They’re out there, in all their magnificence, for people young (students), old (seniors) and throwback studious (library card holders).
Duo Dickinson and Steve Culpepper didn’t want to write a basic history of New England. Instead they decided to co-write a “tapestry” of the people, places and homes they find interesting and that make this region of the country unique.
It’s amazing what a small group of dedicated and skilled volunteers can accomplish to showcase their love of model trains.
Think of Adam Pascal, and thoughts spring to mind of the romantic roles he’s played in such musicals as Rent or Aida or his more dramatic turns in Cabaret and Memphis or his sensitive rock persona as a solo rock artist.
A man walked into a liquor store on a vintage October day and reached for a case of the seasonally appropriate OctoberFest Samuel Adams beer.