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Julie (Livi Woods) shows signs of rebellion which her parents (Jessie Gilbert and Steve Yudelson) can’t comprehend, in Oblivion, playing through April 11 at the Ridgefield Theater Barn. —Carol Mark

Review: Oblivion at the Theater Barn

A personal desire for meaning is common in every facet of human life. Whether it’s…

Rep. John Frey was appointed to a key transportation roll and to the Housing Committee.

Frey named to key transportation post

State Rep. John Frey has been named Republican ranking member of the legislature’s Transportation Bonding…

Juror Cynthia Young looks over several entries with CameraWorks co-chairs Roy Weinstein and Rick Rodamar at the Ridgefield Guild of Artists. —Mary Harold photo

Two photo shows open today at the guild

Saturday, March 7, marks the opening of two photography shows at the Ridgefield Guild of…


Is Super 7 back from the dead?

Is Super 7 back? Well, the Norwalk-to-Danbury expressway that opponents thought they’d slayed years ago…

Back row, from left: Caroline Dranow, Emma Shickell; front row, from left: Hanna Arfine, Mariana O’Brien and Nina Taubes.

RHS art students honored at University of Hartford

Ridgefield High School students were among those honored for their art work at Lincoln Theater…

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