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A Very Baroque Holiday

Two ways to musically ring in the new year — first Crescendo presents “A Story of Hope In the Voice of the New World” with vocal and instrumental music from Colonial Latin America performed by sopranos Rebecca Palmer and Jayne Segedy, tenor José Ignacio Lagos, and baritone José Sacín, with a folk ensemble directed by Christine Gevert.

The Artists Who Never Bow Out

If there exists a clear visual pipeline from the prestige art exhibitions of New York to the smaller galleries in Litchfield County, Conn., look no further than “Women,” the show currently on display at Craven Contemporary in Kent, Conn., featuring female portraits by Alex Katz, in time with the artist’s massive installation currently at The Gug

Photo by Alexander Wilburn

Getting high with my NFT edible

The mellow tingling that pulsates with an unprovoked, weightless euphoria has arrived. The wooden leg of my desk brushes against my leg — or did my leg brush against the desk’s leg — and I am in a brief fit of laughter. I am high on a piece of art I purchased at Standard Space, a contemporary gallery in Sharon, Conn.

Heavenly Houses, Devilish Wit

It is with some irony to note that despite the controlling school years calendars — the ebb and flow of semesters, sports and winter break — during which most 21st century girls consume with some fervor the works of Jane Austen, the 19th century author of landed gentry romances scarcely replied upon the seasons for setting.


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