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  • FOR 10-5

    LINDA BAUER
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    FOR 10-5 41ST FISHERSVILLE ANTIQUES EXPO wd/lsb set 9/28 #714072 FISHERSVILLE, VA. — The 41st Antiques Expo takes place October 12–14 at Augusta Expoland. The event attracts 400 exhibitors from throughout the United States. Antiques are displayed in exhibition halls and barns, under tents an...Read Full Article

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    LINDA BAUER
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    FOR 10-5 MARY MCDONNELL AT JAMES GRAHAM & SONS ak/lsb set 9/28 #714030 NEW YORK CITY — James Graham & Sons will present an exhibition of recent abstract paintings and works on paper by Mary McDonnell. A dozen oil on wood paintings, some of them as large as 10 feet wide, in addition to...Read Full Article

  • Lot 80

    LINDA BAUER
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Lot 80(1 col) American Federal tall case clock, Isaac Schoonmaker, 93 inches high, 19¼-inch base width ($12/18,000). Lot 97 (2 col) George I marquetry Eighteenth Century table; top: 24 by 35 inches, height: 29½ inches ($3/5,000). Lot 159 ( 2 col) Pair of gold decorated jadeite bowls with associa...Read Full Article

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    LINDA BAUER
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    MUST RUN 10-5 DEBORAH DAVIS SALLY BOWRING ak/lsb set 9/28 #713993 HUDSON, N.Y. — Deborah Davis Fine Art, Inc, 510 Warren Street, is featuring paintings by Richmond, Va., artist Sally Bowring through October 22. The paintings, from a body of work titled “In My Garden,” are built with veils...Read Full Article

  • FOR 10/5

    LINDA BAUER
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    FOR 10/5 17TH ANNUAL ANTIQUE SOUVENIR SHOW AK/LSB SET 9/28 #713993 TAUNTON, MASS. — The Larry W. Williams Memorial Antique Souvenir Show will be held again at the Taunton Mass Holiday Inn, Exit 9 off Route 495, Sunday, November 11, from 10 am to 3 pm. This popular show features an extraordinar...Read Full Article

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    NANCY CREVIER
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    * * * Don Taylor, job supervisor for the work currently under way at Treadwell Park off Philo Curtis Road, surveyed the damage done last weekend to a piece of playground equipment still under construction. According to Mr Taylor, the vandalism occurred sometime on Sunday, September 26, when someo...Read Full Article

  • Occupation: I do a lot of volunteer work now and I was on the Legislative Council for eight years. I started out as a Spanish teacher at Danbury High School in the late 1960s, and then I did real estate with McCulloch Real Estate and William Raveis i

    NANCY CREVIER
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Occupation: I do a lot of volunteer work now and I was on the Legislative Council for eight years. I started out as a Spanish teacher at Danbury High School in the late 1960s, and then I did real estate with McCulloch Real Estate and William Raveis in Newtown....Read Full Article

  • ‘Unseen Universe’ At WestConn

    SHANNON HICKS
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    ‘Unseen Universe’ At WestConnDANBURY — Western CT State University will host a 6:30 planetarium show, The Unseen Universe, on Saturday, October 6. This will be followed by a telescope viewing of Jupiter and the Andromeda galaxy from 7:30 to 9:30 pm at the Westside Observatory and Planetarium...Read Full Article

  • At Booth Library

    SHANNON HICKS
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    At Booth LibraryVadim Prokhorov will be exhibiting original works of art in The Olga Knoepke Memorial Room at Booth Library in October. His exhibition, entitled “Visual Music,” will be hung on Tuesday, October 2, and will remain on view until the end of the month.An opening reception is planne...Read Full Article

  • An Evening Of Mantric Singing & Spiritual Teachings

    SHANNON HICKS
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    An Evening Of Mantric Singing & Spiritual TeachingsDANBURY — YogaSpace of Brookfield and the Connecticut Folklife Project will present “Phoenix Rising: An Evening of Mantric Singing and Universal Spiritual Teachings with Yuan Miao” on Saturday, October 6, at 7:30 pm, at Danbury Music Cen...Read Full Article

  • Complete BBB Checklist Before Contracting Pest Control

    JOHN VOKET
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Complete BBB Checklist Before Contracting Pest ControlWALLINGFORD — As autumn approaches and unwanted critters begin to seek shelter indoors, the Connecticut Better Business Bureau recommends taking time to select a reputable pest control company. Consumers should obtain at least three estimates...Read Full Article

  • Nourishments—Autumn’s Beverage Is Hard To Pass Up

    NANCY CREVIER
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Nourishments—Autumn’s Beverage Is Hard To Pass UpBy Nancy K. CrevierI am hard-pressed (excuse the pun) to think of a beverage that more clearly says “Autumn!” than apple cider. When the tang of fall is in the air, the sweet tang of freshly pressed apple cider from local cider mills and orc...Read Full Article

  • Letters Of Endorsement

    SHANNON HICKS
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Letters Of EndorsementTo the Editor:This November, in Newtown and all across this great country, comes an opportunity for which many American men and woman over many generations have died; the right to exercise our freedom of speech. By participating in the upcoming election process, every adult r...Read Full Article

  • Westover Exhibiting Osinski Portraits Of Women Swimmers

    SHANNON HICKS
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Westover Exhibiting Osinski Portraits Of Women Swimmers MIDDLEBURY — Christine Osinski will be exhibiting photographs in the Schumacher Gallery at Westover School from October 7 through December 1. The exhibit will feature portraits of women swimmers, both young swimmers and women who have been...Read Full Article

  • Special Honor For A Special Olympics Coach

    NANCY CREVIER
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Special Honor For A Special Olympics CoachBy Nancy K. CrevierNewtown resident and boys’ track coach for Bethel High School Yvonne Grimes has been selected as one of two track officials in the United States to officiate at the October Special Olympics World Games in Shanghai, China. Ms Grimes wil...Read Full Article

  • Sandy Hook Performances Planned—Fledgling Theater Company Will Debut With Neil Labute’s ‘Autobahn’

    SHANNON HICKS
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Sandy Hook Performances Planned—Fledgling Theater Company Will Debut With Neil Labute’s ‘Autobahn’Normal Theater, a new theater company based in Danbury, is set to perform Neil Labute’s short play cycle Autobahn, opening October 5 for a three week run....Read Full Article

  • Blessings For All Animal Friends, Sunday Afternoon

    SHANNON HICKS
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Blessings For All Animal Friends, Sunday AfternoonTrinity Episcopal Church invites everyone to its annual outdoor worship service, Blessing of the Animals: A Celebration in honor of Saint Francis, on Sunday, September 30.The celebration will begin at 4 pm and will be held in the church’s playgro...Read Full Article

  • Christmas Festival Vendors Sought

    SHANNON HICKS
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Christmas Festival Vendors SoughtBROOKFIELD — St Joseph School-Brookfield is seeking vendors for its annual craft fair and bazaar. This year’s fair will be on Saturday, December 1, from 9 am to 4 pm, and Sunday, December 2, from 8:30 am to 2 pm.Contact Nancy Guydan at 860-355-8585 for vendor i...Read Full Article

  • Theater Review—With ‘Driving Miss Daisy,’ It’s All In The (Great) Acting

    SHANNON HICKS
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Theater Review—With ‘Driving Miss Daisy,’ It’s All In The (Great) ActingBy Julie SternHARTFORD — Alfred Uhry’s Driving Miss Daisy is a modern American classic. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for the 1987 stage play, and the Academy Award for the subsequent film, it explores the thorny re...Read Full Article

  • Eclectic Cast Set For Long Wharf’s ‘The Moth’

    SHANNON HICKS
    Archive
    September 28, 2007, Friday

    Eclectic Cast Set For Long Wharf’s ‘The Moth’NEW HAVEN — Tony nominated actress Joanna Gleason and Yale University vice president Michael Morand will join an eclectic array of storytellers for this year’s performance of The Moth at Long Wharf Theatre....Read Full Article