Spend a Pricey and Posh Night Out in Stamford at 84 Park For an atmosphere mixing the carefree flavor of Miami with the endless energy of New York City, Stamford’s 84 Park is ready to get the party started.
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Sleuthing and Murder Mysteries in Connecticut at the Angel’s Watch Inn Dinner, drinks and dancing; the party is turning out to be a smash, until a revelation strikes: a body has been found in another room of the Inn. With a room full of partygoers, who’s the culprit? Spend your night sleuthing and uncovering clues to solve the crime, as a guest at a murder mystery dinner party.
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Tavern Brings New Life to Lacking Monroe Bar Scene The latest addition to restaurateur Scott Beck’s stable of trendy wine and dine hot spots is not located in Connecticut’s cultural epicenter. Head to Northern Fairfield County, and located off of Route 25, inconspicuously located between a shopping plaza and auto repair store is Beck and co-owner Derrick Lee’s latest foray into food, drink and a night out for friends and families: Tavern.
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‘Colts and Quilts: The Civil War Remembered’ At The WadsworthColts & Quilts: The Civil War Remembered spotlights two disparate objects as contributions and reactions by American men and women responding to a four-year long war raging on their own home turf. In honor of the arrival of the 150-year anniversary of the American Civil War, The Wadsworth Atheneum, in conjunction with the American Art Department and guest curator Lynne Bassett, is remembering the events and significance of the war through art.
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