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He may be leaving Yale University Art Gallery, but retirement is nowhere on his agenda or in his consciousness.
Four exhibits at Yale University Art Gallery, all currently on display, honor the legacy of gallery director Jock Reynolds, who is retiring in June.
Madhatters Theatre Company presents the family musical Annie at Chester Meeting House, 4 Liberty Street, Chester. Performances are Friday, May 18 at 6 p.m., Saturday, May 19 at 2 and 6 p.m., and Sunday, May 20 at 2 p.m.
Two leaders of an effort to build a pedestrian and bicycle trail between Norwalk and Danbury, Connecticut, will...
During the first part of Kiss, now at the Yale Rep through Saturday, May 19, you think you know what type of play this is: a melodramatic romantic comedy with some satire thrown into it. But you will quickly realize it is more than just that.
Hamilton! Hamilton! Everywhere! On stage! In books! This particular novel focuses on Alexander Hamilton’s personal life as told by his strong, understanding wife Elizabeth.
You’re going to be shocked when you find out what’s happening beneath the surface of our Great Lakes (hint: it’s not good), and by the time you finish this book you’ll want to join the scientists currently racing to engineer a solution to save the most important bodies of freshwater on the planet.
This is for anyone who has ever dreamed of running off to the circus but didn’t have the courage to do it.
We have all read stories of terminal illness, the challenge of single parenting, foreign travel, and unexpected love, but when put together as Isaac has, in this story, it reminds the reader of the most important aspects of everyday life and how to live it.
Will Rogers is a name that may be unknown to many, but he was one of the first political satirist in American media. A genuine cowboy from Oklahoma, he rose from doing roping tricks in vaudeville to starring in the Ziegfeld Follies and moving to Hollywood for films and a radio show. His folksy demeanor let him get away with skewering all political elements.
As U.S. soldiers and sailors deployed to Europe a century ago during World War I, they took with them their great American pastime—baseball.
Any sleep-deprived mother who wakes up at night to change diapers, nurse her baby, and in the morning rises to get her other children off to school will embrace Charlize Theron’s character in the dark comedy, Tully.
Author Eric D. Lehman is Positively Impassioned About the Power of Loving your Localness