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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.

Wadsworth’s Talbott to retire next year

Susan L. Talbott, CEO and director of downtown Hartford’s Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, will retire next fall after more than seven years in the position, the museum announced Friday.

$290K for CT arts organizations

Eleven Connecticut arts organizations will share $290,000 in grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the state’s U.S. congressional delegation announced Tuesday.

Bushnell launches Apple Pay-enabled mobile app

The Bushnell theater has launched a mobile app that allows customers to purchase tickets using Apple Pay.

TicketNetwork, Bushnell to settle defamation suit

South Windsor second-hand ticket reseller TicketNetwork has withdrawn a defamation lawsuit against Horace Bushnell Memorial Hall Corp. CEO David Fay for comments TicketNetwork alleged Fay made during...

Valuable Bearden murals moving to Hartford library today

The Hartford Public Library said it has accepted delivery of two murals from the XL Center valued at more than $4 million.

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