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Change of SubjectA weekly listing of intriguing, wacky, useful, provocative and otherwise interesting links that readers and I have come across and think you might want to see. You’ve Been Tying Your Shoes Wrong Your Whole Life (GIF images and video via......
A fine first day of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas 20013. I saw two musical theater workshops, a talk by two winners of the Governors’ Arts Awards, and two renowned acts play live on New Haven Green. I make this point fiercely and...
The Hartford Courant"Stuck Elevator" began in 2005 when Bryon Au Yong began following news stories about a Chinese restaurant deliveryman from the Happy Dragon who disappeared after dropping off an order of curried shrimp and fried rice in the Bronx. Co-workers found his...
DAY TRIPPIN' •Peddler's Village & Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, shopping, tasting at Chaddsford Winery, Sept. 14. $50. Northern Lehigh Community Center, Taylor, 610-504-7699. •"Menopause the Musical," Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Sept....
Today will mark the last time that Trent Deyo must morph from an ordinary, middle-aged man into the hulking green monstrosity the public sees on stage. Deyo is the actor in the Aberdeen Community Theatre who plays the monster created by Dr....
Tags: Music, Entertainment, Theater, Entertainment Events, Mel Brooks
Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Partnership for cruise line The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), founded nearly 200 years ago to advance geographical science, is to...
Rudyard Kipling hated Chicago. "It holds rather more than a million of people with bodies, and stands on the same sort of soil as Calcutta," wrote the man whom George Orwell dubbed "the prophet of British imperialism in its expansionist phase,"...
Headlines for Wednesday, June 19, 2013 RAY MANZAREK: Last Recordings Out Today Less than a month after his death comes a new album from Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek. Twisted Tales is Manzarek's third album with slide guitar player Roy Rogers came...
A Corona del Mar High School teacher under investigation by police said Thursday that a disgruntled student made false accusations against him. Drama teacher Ronald Martin, who was placed on leave June 5 pending a police investigation, said he did...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Students, Music, Teachers, Entertainment
The Hartford CourantPolly Bergen grew up in Ohio and Indiana loving the musicals of Shirley Temple and Deanna Durbin. In one of Durbin's films, she sang in her kitchen, was overheard by a producer and became a star. "I would stand in my kitchen and sing my life out waiting...
Tags: Dean Martin, Entertainment, Robert Stack, Southbury, Dinah Shore
About a year ago, actor-author-producer Paul Reiser decided to return to standup comedy. He hadn’t really done the whole comedy-club tour thing in about 20 years. “People said, ‘Hey, it’s like riding a bike … ’...
Riding high after winning six Tony Awards on Sunday, including the prize for new musical, "Kinky Boots" will launch a national tour in September 2014 that will begin in Las Vegas, producers announced Wednesday on the show's website. No other cities on...
Tags: Music, Tony Awards, Entertainment, Neil Patrick Harris, Theater
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