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Ian Anderson shows how to stir the pot of creativity

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR If you're going to stick with any career for 50 years, it needs to be more than a job where you...

Bristol’s In The Red to bring its sound to Sevendust fans

By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR When hard rockers Sevendust roll into Hartford next Tuesday, Bristol rockers In The Red will be one of the openers on...

Bristol designer unveils latest

Bristol’s Kathy Faber Designs presented a fashion show at the Women’s Expo at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford on Sept. 7. Hair was...

A little bit of conversation leads to Prophets of Rage

By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR One conversation led to another conversation and that led to yet another conversation. And, with those discussions, Prophets of Rage—built upon the...

Documentary focuses on tour to foster unity through music

By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR In the divisive post-election America of 2016, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus organized a concert tour of the Deep South. The...

Girls Night Out offers up 3 fantastic performances

By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR Three artists. Three fabulous performances. That’s the best way to sum up the opening night of the Girls Night Out Boys Can...

Black Label Society goes that extra mile; Zakk Wylde has a laugh

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR If you hear what sounds like a pop song being played backwards emanating from Zakk Wylde’s tour bus as it rolls...

Going back to Dogpatch with SCT’s ‘L’il Abner’

If you’re looking for good, clean fun on stage for the entire family, Southington Community Theatre has just what you’re looking for, said director...

Listings for the week of March 29

    Dining listings SATURDAY, APRIL 6 BRISTOL EASTER SUPPER ‘SWIECONKA.’ 5 p.m. Menu includes blessed eggs, roasted pork, potatoes, vegetables kielbasa, sauerkraut, and homemade dessert. Advance tickets are...

If music be the food of love, feast on ‘Latin Lovers’

By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR Valentine’s Day, in case you’ve forgotten, is Feb. 14. And as you bask in the romantic afterglow, the Hartford Symphony Orchestra...

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