Here lies The Mercurial (web) magazine & gallery, an inspired publication and art gallery that served the Greater Danbury, Connecticut and New England areas in news, arts, and culture from 2009 to 2013. Feel free to browse the archives here, and those of The… Read more »
That’s right. After over four years of managing, writing, selling, marketing, etc. etc. The Mercurial, I, your humble editor/co-curator/ad rep/toilet cleaner, am moving on to a freelance writing career. The magazine is for sale, so if you have a vision for The… Read more »
The White House report released Wednesday morning showed that Connecticut, which is operating its own health insurance marketplace, will have the 4th highest premiums in the country when enrollment begins on Oct. 1. The report was meant to highlight how competition between insurance carriers has… Read more »
Oktoberfest is an annual fall celebration in Germany which is not actually held in October, but in September––”because in Europe, September is much warmer,” explains Hilda Hoffman, manager of the German restaurant Old Heidelberg in Bethel, Connecticut. Oktoberfest in Germany is well-known for its… Read more »
There was standing room only at the opening of Pop Up Art Bethel’s (PUAB) Fine Art & Design Show last weekend. The show, up through October 13 at 262 Greenwood Avenue in Bethel, Connecticut, is hosted by Michael Seri and Stephi Kix, and… Read more »
The Mercurial Gallery
7/28/12 – 9/7 – The Mercurial Staff Show.
Featuring work by Katie Bassett, Chris Durante, Erin Walrath, Jing Lu, Scott Jackson, Evan Dalcher, Amanda Bloom, Joshua L. Durkin, and more.