Arts & Culture
Not all movies have mega million backers. Some of the most cutting-edge, foreign, artistic and/or controversial films are produced by independent film makers and directors. Here are five of the top indie movie theaters in Connecticut.
Through the eyes of the following up-and-coming Connecticut artists, we can treasure the ongoing tradition of visual art.
Art lovers in Connecticut have plenty of options for great dates. With so many galleries and artist studios splashed colorfully and generously throughout the state, art lovers have a never-ending choice of date sites. Here are just a few of many.
Check out these Connecticut shops for finding that perfect painting, photo, sculpture or conversation piece at prices that won’t set you back hundreds or thousands of dollars.
Spring is here and that means time for a freshly planted round of theater across the nutmeg state. Whether inland or along the shoreline, here are some of the best thespian offerings for adults (and kids) this spring.
Realizing just how much women have contributed to the nation’s history, the entire month of March is now deemed “National Women’s History Month.” Happily, there are plenty of places in Connecticut celebrating women this month with events, activities, art and lectures.
Since winters in Connecticut can send chills straight to and through the bone, many residents turn to comedy to defrost their funny bones. Here are some of the upcoming comedy shows that will have Connecticut Yankees laughing all the way through winter.
Whether you want to draw, paint or sculpt, you won’t go wrong at any of these local art supply shops.
Here’s where Valentine aficionados need to be on February 14, 2014. Ahh – love is in the air.
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