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Mystic Seaport Museum, 75 Greenmanville Ave., Mystic, has opened a new exhibition, A Way with Wood: Celebrating...
Erin Schuster from Shoreline CT Yoga & Wellness is offering outside yoga classes, in addition to the virtual...
The entirety of the Sol LeWitt Wall Drawings Catalogue Raisonné (Artifex Press, 2018) is now available for free through the end of July in Artifex Press’ effort to provide access to its catalogues while many libraries and institutions are closed. The catalog is available at www.artifexpress.com/posts/announcing-sol-lewitt-complete-writings-and-sol-lewitt-interviews.
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This hilarious romp truly depicts the fun of the summer season!
Originally set to run in July at the John Deacon Grave House, the Madison Lyric Stage has moved its production of The Boys in the Band—the iconic 1968 off-Broadway play that explores themes of friendship, social isolation, and very prominently, sexuality in the context of pre-Stonewall America—to next year.
With the state not yet fully reopening and our dining-out culture still impacted, many have gotten more creative in the kitchen. Even with all of the recipes available online, there's nothing quite like your favorite dish from your favorite restaurant.
For many people, summer means car shows.