Movie Menu: Captain Phillips, The Way We Were, The Princess Diaries and more




Reel Dad: A wonderful tribute to Mr. Rogers

Q&A Cracker

Catching up with Cracker’s Johnny Hickman

lively arts (2)

This Weekend: Carnivals, concerts, plays and more


Connecticut Ballet dances into Danbury

curtain call (1)

Curtain Call: Family secrets revealed

2018 Resident Ensemble Players production of "A Flea In Her Ear", a version of Georges Feydeau's farce by David Ives. Directed by Mark Lamos and co-produced with the Westport Country Playhouse. - (Evan Krape / University of Delaware)

On Stage: Opening and upcoming


Sound of Music: Concerts and recitals



trying out

Trying Out: Auditions and calls for art


Film: Screenings and documentaries


Dance: Performance and participatory

after dark

After Dark: Coffeehouse-style concerts, benefits and galas


On Exhibit: Ongoing and upcoming

Bucket of Zuccini!

Appreciating the underdog: Versatile zucchini

Scion XB

2013 Scion xB


Connecticut DEEP Fishing Report for July 11

A lovely Juliette Binoche is one of the treats this weekend

20 Feet from Stardom: Memorable music tour

Robert Bria of Redding (left) and Aran Abilock Clemmons of Wilton (right) are part of the Consolidated office staff in “9 to 5,” at Danbury’s Musicals at Richter weekends through July 20. Tickets range from $12 to $23, with discounted rates on Sunday and Thursday. For reservations and further information, visit the website,, leave a message at 203-748-6873 or e-mail —Jennie Lozier photo

‘9 to 5’ – The musical is not as good as the film

Summer peach salad

Just peachy: a summer salad

Fools On The Hill

Fools On The Hill to make Connecticut premiere July 17

Mitch Lewis with Janjaweed.

Mitch Lewis uses art to fight the scourge of genocide

Conscious Cook: Berries

Three cheers for the ‘Red, White and Blue’

Summer Theatre of New Canaan: South Pacific.

It’s ‘some enchanted evening’ at Summer Theatre of New Canaan

Declaration of Independence

Sign the Declaration of Independence on July 4