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  • Connecticut job fair
    Connecticut: The Danbury Career Fair is this Friday
    If you are actively searching for your next job opportunity, then it is well worth the effort to go to The Danbury Career Fair on Friday, September 19th at the Ethan Allen Hotel in Danbury, Connecticut from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.This job fair is well...
  • Danbury Grange
    Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Annual Danbury Grange & Community Fair
    On Saturday, September 6, 2014 Danbury, New Hampshire will celebrates its 100th annual Grange and Community Fair. Below is a schedule of the day’s events.All activities are in or around the Grange Hall near the junction ofRoutes 4 and 104 in...
  • Dan Paisley and The Southern Grass
    Bluegrass made in America
    Danbury's getting grassy this weekend. Dan Paisley and The Southern Grass, winners of the International Bluegrass Music Association's Song of the Year, are bringingtheir authentic, made in America, bluegrass music to The Palace Danbury...
  • Feb 16 Heirloom Arts Theatre
    Seagreen records presents at Heirloom Arts Theatre
    On Sunday, February 16, Seagreen Records will feature a live music extravaganza at Danbury’s Heirloom Arts Theatre. Bands from near, far, and Canada are set to come rock the punk/rock scene. The lineup is as follows:Canadian group The Box...
  • Valentine's Day at The Palace
    Free Booze, Indie Film Not a Bad Valentine's Day at the Palace
    The Palace is reclaiming its legacy as a landmark in downtown Danbury, as it opens year-round for music, comedy, and film events alike. This Valentine’s Day, The Palace opens for the second time this year to invite locals to an evening...
  • DANBURY HOCKEY WHALERS
    Is Connecticut going to lose the Whalers again?
    It is so hard to believe that financial issues are killing hockey teams in Connecticut. Hartford and Whalers owner Peter Karmanos split over issues with politicians back in 1997. Whaler Sports and Entertainment, who marketed the Connecticut Whale,...
  • Heirloom Arts Theatre
    Heirloom Arts Theatre overcomes its drinking problems
    After being shut down for two weeks due to allegations of serving alcohol to a minor and operating without a permit to sell liquor, Danbury’s Heirloom Arts Theatre is reopening.The raid happened during a graffiti/hip-hop themed show after a...
  • Nunsense
    ‘Nunsense the Megamusical’ opens Musicals at Richter season
    Dan Goggin’s oft-performed review “Nunsense” opened Musicals at Richter’s 28th season last night, playing to a small but enthusiastic crowd. Directed by Don Birely and Christopher Gladysz, with musical direction by Dan Koch...
  •  Get the Munchies with an All-New Old-school Volkswagen Type 2 Van
    Get the Munchies with an All-New Old-school Volkswagen Type 2 Van
    The old Volkswagen Van, with its air-cooled engine and put-put personality, still give many folks a flicker of nostalgia. These were extraordinarily utilitarian vehicles that looked cool and were cheap to live with. I have many fond memories and...
  • Danbury Button
    New Years Eve in Danbury CT
    For twenty-two years Danbury CT has celebrated an alchol free New Year's Eve Celebration. This family fun event is packed with loads of activities that every member of the family will enjoy. Entrance buttons cost $7.50 and are available at...
  • Maurice Sendak exhibit at Danbury Connecticut Library this month
    Maurice Sendak exhibit at Danbury Connecticut Library this month
    Maurice Sendak exhibit at the Danbury Public Library gives you a window into the works of this great illustrator. “In a Nutshell: The Worlds of Maurice Sendak” is open now and scheduled to run through June 24th, according to The...
  • Live Music
    Widow Brown's Cafe Continues To Prove You Can Please Everyone
    Staying relevant in this fast-changing economy can prove difficult for many restaurants and bars. Widow Brown's proves the winning formula is to not overthink it. Providing quality food, reliable and friendly service and great diverse...
  • Tokyo Police Club on 2/24 at Heirloom Arts Theatre
    Tokyo Police Club on 2/24 at Heirloom Arts Theatre
    Tokyo Police Club will perform on February 24th at Heirloom Arts Theatre in Danbury. This post-punk revival group from New Market, Ontario has an impressive pedigree so it is an honor for them to grace such an intimate stage as the Heirloom....
  • Declaration of Independence
    Separation of Church and State - part 2
    When Thomas Jefferson wrote his letter to the Baptist congregation in Danbury, Connecticut, in 1802, eleven years after the Bill of Rights had been ratified, he said that the First Amendment errected a "wall of separation" between Church...