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Film: Screenings and documentaries

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dance

Dance: Performance and participatory

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After Dark: Coffeehouse-style concerts, benefits and galas

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KidsStuff

Kids Stuff: Family fun

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Bill of Fairs: Birds, golf and more

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On Exhibit: Opening and upcoming

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The Shakespeare theater, in Stratford, Conn. burned to the ground early Sunday morning, Jan. 13, 2019. Opened in 1955 as the American Shakespeare Festival Theatre, the building had stood vacant for many years. — Ned Gerard/ Hearst Connecticut Media

Stratford residents hope to rebuild beloved theater

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Tidelands is available on Netflix. — Courtesy of Netflix

Binge and Repeat: There’s blood in the water

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Did I Say That? Taunting ties

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The 2019 Cadillac XT4 handles smoothly. — Courtesy of the North American Cadillac Pressroom

Test Drive: Cadillac XT4 offers a smooth ride

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Kneads and Cravings: Bagels and brunch

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film

Movie Menu: Gravity, Giant, Tootsie and more

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Craft shows, Navy band, Silvermine openings & more

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Cancer Changes Some Things. Love endures

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The ‘Newsies’ ensemble at the Palace Theater in Waterbury. —Deen Van Meer

Extra! Extra! ‘Newsies’ moves from Palace to Philly

Email etiquette: setting boundaries.

Work vs. personal email: setting boundaries

pumpkin-pie

It’s the season for all things pumpkin

J.K. Simmons in Whiplash.

Whiplash tells compelling story of musical ambition

Humphrey Bogart as Captain Queeg in The Caine Mutiny.

Rediscover some favorite stars

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Godfrey Pond in early fall. —Rob McWilliams photo

Social hiking vs. going it alone at ‘The Den’

2015 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring

2015 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring

Michael Keaton gives a "brave performance" in Birdman, according to the Reel Dad.

Birdman offers visual and emotional wonder

Dogs behaving badly?

Dogs and people behaving badly

The Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra.

What makes an orchestra ‘professional?’

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