Posts Categorized: Arts & Music

May Retrospective

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Part of the 365 Projectby Vincent James Pia The 365 Project is a documentary challenge in which the photographer shares an image for each day of the year. These are photographs selected from Danbury resident Vincent James Pia’s May album. Part of the 365 Projectby… Read more »

Ain’t Too Proud to Play

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by Amanda Bloom This story was further investigated after publication.  Please read the follow-up article, “Union Savings Takes the Hit for CT Film Fest’s Censorship“. The Mercurial was involved in a snowballing series of events over the past two weeks concerning the Connecticut Film Festival(CTFF),… Read more »

April Retrospective

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Part of the 365 Projectby Vincent James Pia APRIL 22, 2010 – “THOUGHTS” The 365 Project is a documentary challenge where the photographer shares an image for each day of the year. These are photographs selected from Danbury resident Vincent James Pia’s April album. Part… Read more »

March Retrospective

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Part of the 365 Projectby Vincent James Pia MARCH 13, 2010 – “UNDERGROUND MOVEMENTS” The 365 Project is a documentary challenge where the photographer shares an image for each day of the year. These are photographs selected from Danbury resident Vincent James Pia’s March album…. Read more »

Digital Gallery: Doug Calderone

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“Kiss Me Kate” Doug Calderone was born in Flemington, New Jersey in 1986 and moved to Newtown, Connecticut in 1993. In 2005, he relocated to New Haven, making the streets his canvas for practicing the art of stencil graffiti. He Attended Concordia College in Bronxville,… Read more »

Q&A and Live Music with The Mumlers

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Thanks to San Jose’s Mercury News!   And to Skye McNeill! “Don’t Throw Me Away” performed at Bop Street Records in Seattle, WA in 2008. “Red River Hustle” from the Mumler’s debut, Thickets & Stitches.

In the Studio: Joe Roberto and Poverty Hash

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Filmed by James Dietter Choppy video?  Let it load fully before playing.         Correction: “Angels Sleeping” is actually called “Angel Is Sleeping”, and the second to last song is “All That Follows”, not “Winter Flies”. Back to article.

Digital Gallery: Toby Goodshank

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The soft-spoken Connecticut native Goodshank made his high-profile debut playing acoustic guitar in a band called The Moldy Peaches. Once that band began its indefinite hiatus, Goodshank kicked his solo career into overdrive, touring Europe and the U.S. In a relatively short amount of time,… Read more »