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Hartford Symphony Orchestra signs director to new contract

The Hartford Symphony Orchestra said it has signed a six-year contract with its music director, Carolyn Kuan.

Glastonbury music streamer raises $3.2M

Glastonbury's CÜR Media, which is developing a streaming music service, said it has received $3.2 million from shareholders exercising warrants at a discounted price.

Green Guide publishes Spring edition

Doosan plans to succeed where UTC failed. Connecticut has revamped motorists' commutes. The state Green Bank enters its next phase.

$100K for Hartford artists

Hartford’s government has more than $100,000 in grants to provide to city artists and creatives for operational costs and equipment, official said.

$370K for Hartford arts

A dozen Hartford arts-based event, facilities and employment programs will share $370,000 in grants from the city, officials announced.

Famed tattoo artist to open Foxwoods studio

Tattoo artist Mario Barth will open a 2,000-square-foot studio at Foxwoods in May, the casino announced.

Hartford classic rock station debuts

Connoisseur Media on Tuesday morning officially rebranded 102.9 DRC-FM as The Whale — a classic rock station.

Frozen toys dominate American's holiday spending

Christmas is over. It's time to take stock of all the weird stuff Americans bought.

Rogan, Franco controversial movie makes $1M on first day

"The Interview" banked almost $1 million at the box office on Christmas Day, and it could make a couple million more over the long holiday weekend.

Blocked N. Korea movie downloaded 750K times on Christmas

"The Interview" was a big hit with pirates on Christmas.

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