January 4, 2017
At Miya’s Sushi in New Haven, the usual is unusual. On the menu? Killer bees, poisonous vipers, and stingrays.
Invasive Species-to-Table 01.04.2017
January 2, 2017
“For me, fiction is a way of accessing the sense that the universe is the possible, not just the actual.”
What Lies Beneath 01.02.2017
October 10, 2016
Hartford’s art museum, the Wadsworth Atheneum, invites you to step into the MATRIX. No choice of red or blue pill needed.
Did You Know? This MATRIX is Real 10.10.2016
February 22, 2016
Berkshires composer and former MoMA music director gives voice to three silent films from the mid-twenties
Sounds of Silents 02.22.2016
February 5, 2016
Having coffee with Matthew Dicks means hearing a lot of stories. Makes sense, he’s a multiple winner of the Moth StorySLAMS.
Once Upon a Time 02.05.2016
February 2, 2016
The one fact in
TheaterWorks’ current play, Buyer and Cellar, is this: Barbra Streisand has a mall — no, that is not a typo —
The Things She Purchased 02.02.2016
January 29, 2016
Taxidermy has come a long way from the days of stuffed deer heads and fish on 19th-century wood-burnished library walls.
Beyond Man Caves 01.29.2016
January 21, 2016
Make your first trip to the RISD Museum while Scottish artist Martin Boyce mounts his first American museum exhibition.
Now Is the Time: Martin Boyce at RISD 01.21.2016
January 15, 2016
Stonewall, Mapplethorpe, and Warhol at America’s oldest continuously operating public art museum, the Wadsworth Atheneum.
Gender Bender 01.15.2016
The Vermont Jazz Center in Brattleboro gets jazzed by guitarist Bobby Broom with a stop on his My Shining Hour tour.
Broom, Broom 01.09.2016