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Goodspeed Musicals will present outdoor concerts this summer

From left, Matt Cusack, Mike Rosengarten, Andrew Crowe, and Sam Sherwood from Broadway-inspired bluegrass quartet The Playbillies. (Submitted)

Goodspeed Musicals will present "Goodspeed by the River," a series of concerts Aug. 20-Sept. 6 outside on the Goodspeed lawn overlooking the Connecticut River in East Haddam.

Plush toys, jewelry, dance lessons — Broadway's side hustles

Amy Micallef poses with her craft creations at her home. While Broadway stages remain dark due to the pandemic, Broadway workers are concentrating on side hustles. Micallef, a Broadway seamstress who has worked in the wardrobe departments of “Hamilton,” “Waitress” and “Frozen,” makes gleeful representations of COVID-19 for sale, complete with a pair of eyes and faux fur. (Amy Micallef via AP)

While Broadway stages remain dark, Broadway workers are finding ways to keep the lights on at home: They're concentrating on side hustles

Review: Steve Howe's ‘Love Is’ echoes Yes but needs more

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Steve Howe’s guitar mastery was a key component of the success of prog-rock masters Yes and you can hear some of his trademark acoustic and electric sounds on “Love Is,” his first solo album since 2011

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Going with the flow on the Pawcatuck River, Part III

While I lugged my kayak on a narrow path along the Pawcatuck River the other morning to join the other paddlers who, like me, had decided to detour around a tumultuous stretch of whitewater, I was mystified to see Rick Sanford dragging his boat back...

Women running in the streets

Surprisingly — at least from this vantage point 100 years later — some of the 19th Amendment’s staunchest opponents were women.

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