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Do rock stars and other famous artists have a duty to use their spot in the limelight to help make the world a better place? Broadway, television and film actor William Sadler says celebrities aren't obligated to use their fame to address environmental concerns or improve the lives of others, but they often do. "I think we live sort of charmed lives sometimes when you compare our situation to children growing up in some other parts of the world, or people who weren't lucky enough to have the careers we've had," he said. Comment?
It's the year 1984. The Thought Police are everywhere. Big Brother is watching. And Winston Smith , comrade 6079, fears for his life in a world ruled by three totalitarian powers. Comment?
In an area where traffic lights grow scarce and where, unofficially, "the country" begins, lies Sherman, Fairfield County's last frontier. The northernmost town in the county lacks the boundlessness of Bridgeport and the shore clubs of Greenwich. 1 comment
Success in the garden is never guaranteed. But master gardener Amy Ziffer says if you take the right approach, satisfaction is bound to grow. Comment?
Musician Don Lowe, of Sherman, plays at the River Bistro, in New Milford, on Friday night, January 9, 2015, in New Milford, Conn. Behind him are Eric Gatten, of New Milford, left, on bass guitar, and Bill Petkanas, of Sherman, on guitar, who came to play with him for the night. Comment?
Musicians, restaurateurs and music lovers from New Milford to Ridgefield say the trend is growing. It's particularly strong in the New Milford area, where musicians have been joining forces to play additional shows, raising money for people in need. Comment?
Sherman selectmen have decided to take down a cross which had graced Happy Acres Farm during the holidays in recent years. December 2014 For years, the cross at Happy Acres Farm in Sherman has shined atop the main silo in weeks leading up to Christmas. Comment?
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