Occupation: I am the new Marketing & Community Outreach Coordinator for Newtown Youth & Family Services (NYFS), a nonprofit youth service bureau and mental health clinic for children, teens, adults, and seniors. I am responsible for informing the community of
In David Ives's two-person drama "Venus in Fur," audiences are challenged to consider: Can simply acting a part make it real? In Director Katherine Almquist's rendition of the play-within-a-play, currently on the stage at Sherman Playhouse, the answer is yes.
The alluring aroma of spices filled the entryway of BD Provisions as culinary instructor and June 2011 Food Network Chopped winner Heather Priest hosted a free, hour-long Spice Up 2019 cooking demonstration on Sunday, February 10. With a table set
Actors and classic sitcom heartthrobs Hal Linden and Barbara Eden recently chatted with The Newtown Bee about performing in A.R. Gurney’s poignant play, Love Letters, which is coming March 2 to the Ridgefield Playhouse.
Everywhere you looked, there were wagging tails and smiling faces at the Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation’s (CVHF) recent Sunday at the Sanctuary event, called Waking Winter Wildlife, that took place at Reed Intermediate School on February 10. The free workshop
After a two-year hiatus, the Flagpole Radio Café was back in full swing with a special performance featuring Tom Leopold at the Edmond Town Hall on the evening of February 9. A line of eager attendees filled the lobby awaiting
Dozens of Newtown Woman’s Club members and guests gathered to enjoy the Fourth Annual Tea and Author Book Signing, held February 9 at Newtown Country Club. Newtown resident and author Debra Sennefeld was the event’s special guest author. She had
Occupation: I retired in June after serving for 40-plus years as an educator and most recently as the Deputy Superintendent in Danbury. Concurrently, I taught at Yale University, Western Connecticut State University, and Columbia University, where I earned my doctorate.