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New one-man show takes on Richard Burbage, Shakespeare's leading man

18 Mar 2013
At his peak, Richard Burbage was one of the most famous actors in England. He played the vast majority of Shakespeare's most famous protagonists, including Othello, Hamlet and King Lear. However, in the years since his career ended, Burbage's fame has waned significantly, eclipsed by actors who followed him and the ever-growing a Read More
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Aitoro makes it easy for Greenwich residents to update their homes

18 Mar 2013
Many Greenwich residents like to regularly update and renovate their homes, which is one reason why the region is home to numerous stores and businesses dedicated specifically to this purpose. Although there are dozens of these establishments in the area, one has earned a reputation as a cut above. Aitoro Appliances, which is located in Read More
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A brunch mainstay in the Hamptons

18 Mar 2013
In the Hamptons, brunch is a serious endeavor. New venues pop up all the time in the region, often under the tutelage of big-name chefs, hoping to satisfy the brunch-hungry masses. However, few of these newcomers can compete with one of the Hamptons' most beloved brunch spots - Babette's. Babette's, an eclectic, locally minded restaura Read More
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New Monterey restaurant straddles the line between comfort and fine dining

18 Mar 2013
Comfort food and fine dining don't always go hand in hand, but a relatively new restaurant in Monterey proves that these two dining traditions can comfortably cohabitate. The restaurant, 1833, which opened in the summer of 2011, has quickly become one of the focal points of Monterey's culinary scene, which is due in no small part to t Read More
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Annie Baker's new play premieres in Manhattan

18 Mar 2013
Since the first performance of her debut play in 2008, Body Awareness , 31- year old playwright Annie Baker has been heralded as one of the most promising dramatists in recent memory. Her reputation has only grown as, over the last five years, she has turned out three more well-received plays, each one building on her unique style and refining her Read More
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Jesse Eisenberg's second play debuts in NYC

18 Mar 2013
Jesse Eisenberg began his career portraying intellectual loners on screen. There was his much-heralded role as Mark Zuckerberg in  The Social Network , of course, but also similar roles playing introverts in Noah Baumbach's  The Squid and the Whale and Woody Allen's  To Rome with Love . Now, though, the 29-year-old actor is Read More
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Greenwich housing market gains carry over from 2012

18 Mar 2013
The first half of 2012 remained relatively slow for Greenwich, but by the end of the year, the local housing market was in the best shape it had been since before the recession, according to several recent reports.  Patch  reported that the last few months of 2012 in particular were especially promising. Spurred by the surge in Read More
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Popular Monterey restaurant tells the story behind its food and wine

18 Mar 2013
As consumers' appetites for local, natural food grow, many restaurants are learning that highlighting the story of the food they serve can be almost as important as the food itself. Pacific's Edge Restaurant, one of the most popular fine dining spots in Monterey, is taking this philosophy to heart, and the restaurant has begun hosting two Read More
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Festival of the Arts BOCA returns for the seventh time

18 Mar 2013
For the last six years, the Festival of the Arts BOCA has been one of south Florida's cultural highlights. The event, which runs for ten days, features performances across a wide range of musical genres by some of the world's most respected musicians and artists. This year's incarnation, which runs from March 7 through 16 at the Mizner Read More
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Classic Japanese design trend makes its way to the Bay Area

18 Mar 2013
Many home design trends have leapt across the ocean from Japan to the United States - simple layouts, wooden saunas and Zen gardens, to name a few - but an emerging decorating infatuation could prove to be the most popular yet. Shou-sugi-ban is a classic Japanese approach to exterior siding. It uses natural wood that is preserved by being charred, Read More