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The next time you see a so-called Viking helmet with horns, Nicholas Bell wants you to consider this: Vikings were not stupid.
This is a near perfect, whimsical adventure!
Using the age-old excuse of “I have to work” to skip out of an invitation to his ex-boyfriend’s wedding, we follow Arthur Less as he attends as many literary events—some obscure, others questionable—as he can possibly fit in until the wedding date passes and he is free to move forward.
Set in the sultry Atlanta summer of 1962, this novel is based around the aftermath of a true event, the crash of Air France Flight 007 at Orly Airport in Paris, a plane filled with the city’s wealthiest, art-oriented residents.
If you’ve gotten caught up in all the Alexander Hamilton hype, and even if you haven’t, you must surely read this book!
Local author Sandi Shelton, who writes under the pen name Maddie Dawson, returns to the Guilford Free Library on...
The merchants in downtown Chester will be celebrating the summer solstice on Thursday, June 21 with a night of shopping and sipping in the towns shops, galleries, and restaurants.
The artwork of Dinah Wells will be exhibited at Willoughby Wallace Memorial Library, 146 Thimble Island Road, Branford from Sunday, July 1 to Tuesday, July 24.
Leif Nilsson Spring Street Studio and Gallery at One Spring Street, Chester is hosting the next Concert in the Garden on Thursday, June 14 from 7 to 9 p.m., featuring Eric Fresia, with Arrowhead opening the show.
Then Henry Carter Hull Library, 10 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton is celebrating International Yoga Day on Thursday, June 21 with free classes and a giveaway.
The Henry Whitfield State Museum invites the public to bring a picnic and enjoy an evening of outdoor music performances for Make Music Day—a free global celebration of music on the summer solstice, the longest day of the year.
On Thursday, June 21, Breakwater Books in Guilford will mark the summer solstice, the beginning of summer, with a glass of prosecco, light nibbles, music, and a chance to meet Boston artist Kevin Scorgie.
Guilford Art Center’s annual Craft Expo will bring more than 180 nationally recognized craft artists to the Guilford Green on Friday through Sunday, July 13 to 15.
Money is the subject of many adages, from “money is the root of all evil” and “money makes the world go round” to the biblical lines about the difficulty of the rich entering heaven. In the 1980s, the motto seemed to be that “greed is good.”
The Ivoryton Playhouse starts the summer jumping with a high-energy, blues worshiping, rock ‘n rolling tribute to ‘60s icon Janis Joplin.
It might be better to know little of Tami Oldham Ashcraft’s harrowing sailing voyage before seeing Adrift, based on her book, Red Sky in Mourning, because of the unique way her relationship with Richard Sharp plays out in the film.
The Madison Happiness Club will present The Magic of Communication: Influencing Yourself and Others to Live the Life ...
Connecticut Open House Day, on Saturday, June 9, Offers Tons of Fun and an Opportunity to Set History Straight
Connecticut artist Frank Federico will present a selection of his work at Mercy by the Sea in an exhibit that reflects his love of nature.
An expressive art and writing workshop facilitated by Guilford artist and certified forgiveness practitioner Barbara Shulman-Kirwin and Stony Creek writer and certified expressive arts educator Amy J. Barry will be held Saturday, June 30, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the meeting room at Rock*Paper*Sistas, 17 Whitfield Street on the Guilford Green.