by Patricia Grandjean
Box Office

January 2011


Break the Ice

A retrospective of ice harvesting in Connecticut

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Broadway Bound


Broadway Bound

Simon Gray’s "The Old Masters" has U.S. premiere at Long Wharf Theatre.

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The Dream Continued

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy is honored around the state.

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The Connecticut Science Center


The Connecticut Science Center

A fun place to go on a cold winter day.

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Almost, Maine


Almost, Maine

Love blooms under the spellbinding northern lights.

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First Night Celebrations


First Night Celebrations

Revelers usher in the New Year with local arts and culture.

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Meryl, Again

Streep, Streep, Streep. When it comes to casting actresses of a certain age, it seems like she's the only one we ever see.

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The Crack-Up

"The Nutcracker" is like kudzu and Dunkin' Donuts. It's everywhere.

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Keeping Up with the Famed 50

When you're a monthly magazine, celeb careers are always outrunning your deadlines.

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Nutcracker Time

A holiday classic returns to several venues across the state this month.

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