Film: Screenings and documentaries




Dance: Performance and participatory

after dark

After Dark: Coffeehouse-style concerts, benefits and galas


Kids Stuff: Family fun

winter bird on grapevine feeder

Bill of Fairs: Birds, golf and more

Whoo? exhibit

On Exhibit: Opening and upcoming

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


Did I Say That? Taunting ties

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


Movie Menu: Gravity, Giant, Tootsie and more

A carving of the architect Cass Gilbert that graces the Woolworth Building in New York.

Tallest building in the world in 1913 was her great-grandfather’s design

Connecticut DEEP is looking for fishing photos.

Got a great fishing photo? Could be cover art

Toddler in shopping cart.

A toddler’s question requires no apology

2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid Touring

 2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid Touring: Rugged and ready for rough roads

James Garner.

Saluting the classy guy, James Garner

Magnificent Obsession with Jane Wyman.

Some classics from more than 50 years ago

Grilled Peach Caprese.

Grilled Peach Caprese — perfect summer treat

Liv Rooth and Lucas Hall in “Nora,” Ingmar Bergman’s adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House,” directed by David Kennedy, at Westport Country Playhouse, playing through Aug. 2. —Photo by Carol Rosegg

Bergman’s ‘Nora’ at Westport Country Playhouse is not Ibsen’s

The Catskill Mountains from Panther Mountain.

From a creek to a peak in the Catskills wilderness

Icelandic horses will be at the Katonah Museum of Art for Midsummer Day on Sunday, July 27.

Midsummer Day with an Icelandic flavor on Sunday in Katonah

Daniel Klein & Tiffan Borelli (from South Pacific) and Jodi Bryce Stevens (Hairspray) are among the 20 Broadway and Summer Theatre’s Star artists who will be performing July 28th at 8pm for the Summer Theatre of New Canaan’s Benefit Concert. Tickets begin at $30. Tickets and Info at

A Night of Stars in Concert will benefit Summer Theatre of New Canaan


Office kitchens — who cleans up? Sticky situations require tact