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  1. 'Beatles Night' Performed To Sold Out Crowd At Darien's DAC Stage

    'Beatles Night' Performed To Sold Out Crowd At Darien's DAC Stage

    DARIEN, Conn. --  The DAC Stage of the Darien Arts Center had its first production of the new season last week with Beatle Night. A sold out crowd opened the 2016-17 season, which featured a live band performing two sets of Beatles songs.Band members included Darien resident Robert Schaffer, Paul Block, Gary Kristoph, Frank Riccio, Lou Patrick, Mike Conin, Claire Kenny and Chris ...

  2. Autumn Breakfast At Stamford's SilverSource To Delve Into Aging Populations

    Autumn Breakfast At Stamford's SilverSource To Delve Into Aging Populations

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Learn how farsighted communities are preparing for the rise of the over 60 population at the second annual SilverSource Autumn Breakfast in Stamford, entitled "Live-Love-Laugh: Creating Livable Communities." The SilverSource Autumn Breakfast takes place on Thursday, Oct. 27, at the Italian Center of Stamford, located at 1620 Newfield Ave. Tickets are now on ...

  3. Fairfield Museum Offers Fall Art, History Programs For All Ages

    Fairfield Museum Offers Fall Art, History Programs For All Ages

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- The Fairfield Museum and History Center has four program options this fall for children and adults, and enrollment is currently open.Classes and programs related to art, culture and history begin in October and November; enrollment is open, and space is limited. Visit this link for more details and to register.The Lion’s Studio Art Enrichment for ages 7-9 will take ...

  4. Japanese 'Duo Yumeno' To Perform Concerts At Greenwich Historical Society

    Japanese 'Duo Yumeno' To Perform Concerts At Greenwich Historical Society

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- An award-winning Japanese string duo will perform twice on Tuesday, Oct. 18 in conjunction with the Greenwich Historical Society's new show at the Storehouse Gallery in Cos Cob.The performances will take place at 4 and 7 p.m. as part of the ongoing show "An Eye to the East: The Inspiration of Japan." Duo Yumeno is made up of cellist Hikaru Tamaki and singer ...

  5. WalletHub: Connecticut Ranks As Tenth Best State For Teachers

    WalletHub: Connecticut Ranks As Tenth Best State For Teachers

    Connecticut was ranked 10th overall as a great place to be a teacher, according to the personal finance website WalletHub.Analysts compared the teaching opportunities in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. based on 16 metrics. The data analyzed pupil-teacher ratio, average starting salary, school safety and other areas. Connecticut scored,Third: Median Annual Salary for Teachers ...

  6. Metro-North Tweaks Schedules For October, Closes Devon Transfer Point

    Metro-North Tweaks Schedules For October, Closes Devon Transfer Point

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Metro-North changes will take effect on Sunday, Oct. 2 with slight timetable adjustments and transfers returning to Bridgeport as a result of Devon Transfer Point closing.The changes aim to improve on-time performance during peak hours as well as accommodate upcoming track and infrastructure work. The Devon Bridge work will be completed, and the temporary Devon ...

  7. Liberation Programs In Stamford Publishes Memoir Of Former Client

    Liberation Programs In Stamford Publishes Memoir Of Former Client

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Liberation Programs in Stamford has helped publish the memoir of graduate Malcolm Spears, who participated in the program in the early 1970s.More than 40 years ago, Spears was a teenager already accused of a felony and sentenced to prison. As fortune would have it, due to his drug use, he was allowed to complete his sentence at a newly opened inpatient treatment ...

  8. Head Of Trumbull Police Commission Under Investigation

    Head Of Trumbull Police Commission Under Investigation

    TRUMBULL, Conn. -- The head of the Trumbull Police Commission is being investigated after accusations he tried to shake down a local supermarket cashier for $2,600, according to the Connecticut Post.Roger McGovern, 75, is accused of badgering the 33-year-old cashier in an attempt to recover the cost to repair a dent in his Cadillac Escalade he blames on the cashier, according to the ...

  9. Himes Casts Lone Vote Against Tax Breaks For Olympians

    Himes Casts Lone Vote Against Tax Breaks For Olympians

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Connecticut Democrat U.S. Rep. Jim Himes (D-4th District) was the only member of the House of Representatives to vote against a bill giving U.S. Olympic and Paralympic medalists a tax break, according to The New York Times.The bill is on the cusp of being signed into law by President Obama after passing the House 415 to 1 and clearing the Senate earlier this ...

  10. Open House, Touch-A-Truck Event Coming To Public Works Center In Norwalk

    Open House, Touch-A-Truck Event Coming To Public Works Center In Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. -- The annual Norwalk Fire, Public Works, Police Department and EMS Open House and Touch-a-Truck is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 1 at the Public Works Center.The open house will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. rain or shine with light refreshments provided. Those who attend can expect hands-on activities, demonstrations and a meet and greet with firefighters, police officers, ...

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