Voice Bits

  • Take It To Go: CT Events November 29 – December 1

    It’s Thanksgiving weekend and let’s give thanks for our friends, family, life, and love. While we’re at it, let’s also be thankful that there are plenty of things to do in and around Connecticut this weekend. Here are a few of our favorites. 46th Annual Festival of Trees & Traditions...

    November 27, 2019 / Take It To Go, Voice Bits
  • The Commissary: Get Whey-sted

    When it comes to diversity, fab food, and restaurants, Middletown has pretty much cornered the market. In fact, if we’re being completely honest right now, it just might be the coolest city in all of Connecticut. No whining from other not-Middletown cities about it either. It’s not personal, so get...

    November 20, 2019 / Arts & Culture, The Commissary, Voice Bits
  • The Commissary: It’s A Cosmic Thing

    Follow the rainbow over the stream, follow the fellow who follows a dream. Follow, follow, follow, follow, follloooowwwwww… the yellow brick road. Thank God for Munchkins. Without them Dorothy might have ended up as a casserole in the Wicked Witch of the West’s toaster oven. Or worse, in Newark. But...

  • The Commissary: Just Tasteasing

    Everyone knows that it’s important to eat healthy. That’s why this week’s Commissary will take time out to focus on the four major food groups recommended for maintaining a well-balanced diet. Sugar, icing, frosting, and cake. Because like choosing lovers, buying mascara, or bribing a foreign government in an attempt...

    October 9, 2019 / The Commissary, Voice Bits
  • The Commissary: Between Two Buns

    Harry’s Place (Colchester, Connecticut) All sorts of enticing things can be sandwiched between buns, no? While it’s debatable exactly what tops that particular list, a juicy slab of meat certainly makes the top five. But regardless of personal preference, we’re here to talk burgers. Let’s be honest right now, a...

    September 25, 2019 / The Commissary, Voice Bits
  • The Sit Down: Conducting Herself With Pride

    HSO Musical Director Carolyn Kuan has stepped into the  spotlight, personally and professionally By Cara Rosner   When Carolyn Kuan conducts an orchestra, it’s more than just a job to her. She doesn’t stand on her podium and merely move her arms, ensuring the musicians stay on tempo and play...

    September 9, 2019 / Last Word, Voice Bits

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