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Infinity Hall preps for its opening act

Q&A talks about the upcoming opening of Infinity Hall Hartford with owner Dan Hincks.

Arts, culture venues prep for Hartford’s resurgence

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At Wadsworth Atheneum on Main Street, Executive Director Susan Talbott can finally see the finish line on a $33 million renovation that's taken years to complete and received $25 million in backing...

Arena decision weighs heavily on Hartford's entertainment future

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In 2024, Hartford will be an entertainment magnet.

HBJ Summer Series Week 3: XL Decision

The third installment of HBJ's summer series looks at the future of entertainment and sports in Hartford.

XL Center previews $32M arena upgrades

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The XL Center has started giving exclusive tours to showcase its ongoing $32 million in renovations, which aim to enhance the fan experience and keep the arena relevant for another decade in an...

Statewide cultural nonprofit names executive director

Middletown nonprofit Connecticut Humanities said it has hired public relations and marketing veteran Doug Fisher as executive director.

CT air museum’s Speciale to retire

Michael P. Speciale is retiring Dec. 1 after 29 years as executive director of the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks, which has begun a search for his successor.

Infinity Hall announces opening date, acts

Infinity Hall Music Hall & Bistro will open on Front Street in late August, the venue’s owners said.

How a colorful illustrator found ad-world success

Joe Hoke opens the front door for a visitor to the office-studio half of his home in Canton's Collinsville section, and steps inside. “Here's what I wanted to show you,'' Hoke says.

Bleachers Sports Bar target of music copyright suit

A Bristol restaurant has become the latest target of a copyright lawsuit from a New York licensing agency that sues bars and other entertainment venues for playing unlicensed music.

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