Stir Crazy soup and grilled cheese recipes

Judy and Joy's Lasagna Soup is perfect for a cold winter's day.

Recipes from the March 5 broadcast of Stir Crazy, a new food chat show hosted by Patty Gay. Stir Crazy airs Thursdays from noon to 1 on HANRadio.com. On a cold, snowy day, nothing beats a bowl of homemade soup and a grilled cheese sandwich! So here are some hearty and warm recipes to enjoy... ...

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‘Bad Jews’ is a provocative play at Long Wharf

Michael Steinmetz and Christy Escobar face off in a scene from ‘Bad Jews’ at Long Wharf Stage II. In the background is Max Michael Miller. —T. Charles Erickson

Playwright Joshua Harmon asks audiences to witness a heated confrontation between cousins in the current production of Bad Jews at Stage II Long Wharf in New Haven.  One is a devoted religious Jew and the other is a more “cultural” Jew who doesn’t believe in the Jewish religion. Daphna is a ...

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Pasta e ceci: Hoping for spring!

Nothing like a warming dish of Pasta e Ceci as winter slowly loosens its grip.

That one beautiful day last week, plus the thought of Daylight Saving Time on its way (it starts March 8!), put us in such a mood for putting away the crock pot and inspired us to cook up something fast and a bit lighter. We had to do one important thing before we thought about... Read More

2015 Range Rover Evoque is in a class of its own

2015 Range Rover Evoque.

Once in a while, we find ourselves compiling long lists of competitors to the car or truck we recently test-drove. Not so with the Range Rover Evoque — a luxurious yet fuel-efficient compact SUV that’s at home on the highway, in the woods, on the tight turns of a mountain road, or even on a... ...

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New plays, Music Mash!, St. Patrick’s Parade — no snow!

Marc Berger will present RIDE, 10 cinematic recordings inspired by the American West on Saturday at 8 at the Milford Center for the Arts, 40 Railroad Avenue; for tickets, visit milfordarts.org or call 203-878-6647.

Seussical—The Musical St. Catherine’s Players in Greenwich will perform Seussical — The Musical March 6-15 at St. Catherine of Siena Lucey Parish Hall, 4 Riverside Avenue, Riverside. The show brings to life the famous Seuss characters, led by The Cat in the Hat, and will be presented Fridays at ...

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Good weekend for older movies

Anthony Perkins as the unforgettable Norman Bates in Psycho.

While local movie theaters showcase new movies as well as a few remembered by Oscar – and many Oscar winners become available on DVD and On Demand – broadcast and cable television schedules this weekend are filled to the brim with good movies. Take a look at what’s available.   Funny Girl ...

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Hooked rugs: One loop at a time

One of the hooked rugs that June Myles will show at the Wilton Historical Society beginning March 19.

These are not your granny’s hooked rugs! Opening on Thursday, March 19, and running through Oct. 3 at the Wilton Historical Society, the exhibition One Loop at a Time: June Myles’ Hooked Rugs displays works of art “painted in wool” as the artist says. The pieces on display – rugs, wall ...

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