April 24, 2014




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Order Parameters

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The winner of the 2014 Connecticut Duck Stamp Art Contest

First Prize: Three northern shovelers, depicted by Guy Crittenden of Virginia.

In an extremely close contest, a panel of judges recently selected wildlife artist Guy Crittenden’s depiction of three northern shovelers as the winner of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s (DEEP) 2014-2015 Connecticut Migratory Bird Conservation (Duck) Stamp ...

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Absolut Kuba!, coming to New Canaan, showcases an island’s art and Greenwich collectors’ enthusiasm

Despues de la Lluvia II (After the Rain II), a watercolor on board by Luis Camejo Vento.

Although only 90 miles off the Florida coast, Cuba is still a mystery to most Americans, and its vibrant art — full of color, symbolism, spirituality and humor — unknown to the mainstream. An opportunity to see some of that art will be presented at the Carriage Barn Arts Center in New Canaan ...

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Some family classics to share: from Doctor Zhivago to The Wizard of Oz

This Week’s Movie Menu By Mark Schumann   On this special weekend, television offers a range of special movies for the family. Check out these offerings on cable.   Doctor Zhivago (1965) For many years, the great David Lean directed some of the best-loved epics of the screen, ...

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