Monday, October 29, 2012

Storm Sandy ...

Due to storm conditions, please note that the Stamford Downtown Special Services District office and the Stamford Town Center will be closed Monday, October 29, 2012.
Please heed warnings issued by our local government, and be safe.  Link here for more info from news Channel 12.  Remember, the best downtowner is a safe downtowner. : )

And as of 8pm on Monday night, the Stamford Downtown Special Services District office will be closed on Tues, October 30 as well....

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Station Eats Treats for Halloween - Oct 27 - Oct 31

  
Station Eats
Phone: 203-588-0960
Fax: 203-602-8858
$$ 3 Landmark Square Centrally located. Great prices. Good fun. Watch your burger, veggie burger or hot dog grilled to perfection in 90 seconds, then pick from 30 toppings to make your own delicious creation.

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Saturday, October 27, 2012

“Drinking Beer Sonata” at Opening of New Franklin Street Works Exhibit « OmNomCT

“Drinking Beer Sonata” at Opening of New Franklin Street Works Exhibit « OmNomCT

Saturday, 10/27, from 5-8 pm,  a reception for Working Alternatives:  Breaking Bread, Art Broadcasting and Collective Action.     

Franklin Street Works
Phone: 203-595-5211
Fax:
41 Franklin Street A not-for-profit contemporary art space, café, and social gathering place showcasing original on-site and off-site exhibitions, artist projects, and innovative cultural programming.

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Friday, October 26, 2012

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Get your Spook on - Check what's happening downtown...




  
Black Bear Saloon
Phone: 203-324-4448
Fax: 203-325-2505
$$ 261 Main Street Classic American style pub with an outdoor patio boasts a moderately priced menu featuring the best burger and happy hour in Stamford.
Bobby Valentine's Sports Gallery Café
Phone: 203-348-0010
Fax: 203-359-9395
$$ 225 Main Street Voted Connecticut's #1 Sports Bar for over 30 years. Over 40 HDTV's. All major sports packages available. Outdoor patio. Happy hour. Full menu available all day.
Bradford's Grill & Tavern
Phone: 203-961-9999
Fax: 203-961-0801
$$ 83 Bedford Street Burgers, salads, pizza & more. Open for lunch & dinner until midnight, catering anytime. Outdoor rear patio. Late nite bar menu with DJ’s, Thurs, Fri & Sat. Private function room for up to 120 people.

Grand
Phone: 203-323-3232
Fax: 203-323-3236
$$$ 15 Bank Street This stunning bi-level space offers unique dining. Serving cocktails and nightlife in the large bar and lounge areas. Special events featuring an eclectic catering menu and top notch service.

Tiernan's Bar & Restaurant
Phone: 203-353-8566
Fax: 203-252-2267
$$ 187 Main Street Delicious American cuisine with Irish specialties. Live bands Thur, Fri and Sat. Happy hour Mon-Fri 4pm-7pm. Party packages available.

 
....and please party responsibly.

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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Isn't it on your bucket list to be in a parade? Volunteer with us!

This is the beginning of my post. Here is the rest.
2012 UBS Parade Spectacular
Presented by Stamford Town Center and The Advocate
November 18, 2012, 12 noon in Stamford Downtown

Something Gigantic Is Coming to Stamford Downtown!
Something gigantic is coming to Stamford Downtown. The UBS Parade Spectacular, Presented
by Stamford Town Center and The Advocate, comes to Stamford on Sunday, November 18, 2012 at 12 Noon.


Among the many balloons, The Lorax and Red Fraggle will make their debut this year. Don’t miss our Master of Ceremonies, Alan Kalter from the Late Show with David Letterman. Award winning marching bands will add pazzaz to the day. The Westhill and Stamford High School marching bands will march along with bands including Brentwood, Harrison, Norwalk, Trumbull,The Lorax and Red Fraggle will make their debut this year. Don’t miss our Master of Ceremonies, Alan Kalter from the Late Show with David Letterman. Award winning marching bands will add pazzaz to the day. The Westhill and Stamford High School marching bands will march along with bands including Brentwood, Harrison, Norwalk, Trumbull,Alan Kalter from the Late Show with David Letterman. Award winning marching bands will add pazzaz to the day. The Westhill and Stamford High School marching bands will march along with bands including Brentwood, Harrison, Norwalk, Trumbull, Uniondale High Schools and the NYPD Emerald Society Pipe & Drum Band and other marching bands from all over Connecticut and New York. So, don’t let the parade pass you by, step off is
at 12 Noon on November 18 in Stamford Downtown.

The parade route starts on Summer Street at Hoyt and ends on Atlantic Street. The parade
route is just a few short blocks from the Stamford Metro-North Railroad Station, which provides
frequent service from the north and south.

Stamford's annual holiday balloon parade started nineteen years ago and has become one of
the largest events of its kind in the country, with giant helium balloons floating through Stamford
Downtown. Last year it drew over 100,000 people, not only Stamford residents, but also
spectators from the surrounding region and even nearby states. The giant balloons, of course,
are the showstoppers of our parade.
 
So, don’t let the parade pass you by! The UBS Parade Spectacular starts on Summer and Hoyt
Streets at 12 noon sharp. The Parade proceeds south on Summer, East on Broad, then South
on Atlantic Street. It ends at Federal Street.
Come early for the best viewing seats. Many spectators find it worthwhile to bring their own
folding chairs for more comfortable viewing.
Please call the DSDD at 203-348-5285 or email events@stamford-downtown.com to volunteer
for parade duty.
A Stamford Downtown Signature Event For Information call 203-348-5285

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Monday, October 22, 2012

Loft Artists Association-“OPEN STUDIOS 2012” Life Inside the Lofts! - Nov 2





                                     

“OPEN STUDIOS 2012”
Life Inside the Lofts!

Celebrating 34 years in the South End

                        
Friday, November 2, from 6 – 9 pm
Saturday and Sunday, November 3 & 4, from 12– 5 pm

                                          845 Canal Street, Stamford, CT


 Roam the lofts, meet the hottest emerging and established artists and see where and how art is created. Art lovers, young and old, first timers and loyal followers of the event will congregate at 845 Canal Street for the largest art event of its kind in the area. Painters, sculptors, photographers, jewelry makers and mixed media artists will be displaying their work in 20 studios, a 1200 square foot gallery and the hallway common areas.  All the artists will be on hand to discuss their work and answer questions and you will also meet three brand new LAA members.

”We’ve been opening our doors for over 30 years and are still thrilled and look forward to sharing our work and lives with the community.” Says LAA president, Lisa Cuscuna. “This is the largest cooperative of working professional artists in the area, so if you’ve never attended Open Studios please stop by and meet us….we all love to talk about our work.” 

The Loft Artists pioneered the Sound End setting up an artist colony in the old Yale & Towne Factory that now boasts state of the art apartments.  Holding exhilarating art events in the parking lot that now holds cars destined for Fairway, they produced happenings, performances, tours and lectures that attracted thousands of people from the tri state area.  They taught workshops, gave demonstrations and opened their doors inviting the community to see the creative process first hand…. and now, 34 years later (in their new location, at 845 Canal Street) they continue their great outreach tradition and invite you to what has become known as Stamford’s greatest art experience,  “OPEN STUDIOS 2012”,

So join us on Friday, November 2 from 6 -9 pm and Saturday and Sunday November 3 & 4 from 12 to 5pm.

The  annual celebration is held this year in memory of beloved emeritus member, TINA ROHRER who recently lost her courageous battle with cancer.

The Loft Artists Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to building connections within Fairfield County’s visual arts community and exposing the general public to artists and their work.  Their grassroots events attract thousands of visitors throughout the tri-state area and have been recognized by funding agencies, including the Connecticut Commission on the Arts, corporate and private sponsors, the City of Stamford and by visitors who return year after year.

Fall Open Studios Weekend will take place at 845 Canal Street in Stamford, CT.  Admission and parking are free. (A $5 donation is suggested.) Handicapped access available.

For directions and more information visit www.loftartists.com or call 203-323-4153.

  
Supported by The City Arts Partnership Program –City of Stamford, Michael A. Pavia, Mayor; Harbor Point; Kim Harris; The Louis J. Kuriansky Fund; Wagner Instruments; WSTC 1400 & WNLK 1350.

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Friday, October 19, 2012

Station Eats fall recipes are here!

Station Eats fall recipes
As summer fades into fall, Station Eats warms up the fall chill with delicious, seasonal
comfor t food. You can re-create these hear ty f lavors at home with these easy to make
recipes. The fall burger and spiced pumpkin shake are perfect for a halloween party!

The Fall Burger
free range turkey burger with lettuce, tomato, sage, thick cut bacon, cranberry aioli
Ingredients
1 lb free range ground turkey (thigh meat
is juicier and more f lavorsome)*
4 burger buns
4 - 8 leaves green leaf lettuce (any green
will do)
8 fresh sage leaves
8 slices ripe tomato
4 pieces cooked thick applewood smoked
bacon (preferably nitrite / nitrate free)*
1 cup mayo
1/4 cup cranberry jelly
salt and pepper
2 tablespoon vegetable oil
*Note: Available at Wholefoods. Fairway and Trader Joes are good options.
Note: We recommend a cranberry jelly with tex ture - made with whole cranberries.
Directions
1. Divide turkey meat into 4. Gently mold 4 equal size size patties. Each patty should be about 3.5
inches in diameter. Don’t overwork the meat, Set aside and place in fridge to chill.
2. Prepare toppings ready to dress your turkey burger:
i. wash, dry, and trim lettuce to f it over each patty.
ii. 2 sage leaves per burger
iii. 2 slices of tomatoes per burger
iv. cut each slice of cooked bacon in half
3. Make cranberry aioli:
i. mix mayo, cranberry jelly and seasoning to taste. Set aside.
4. Heat up a cast iron skillet or non stick pan.
5. Add vegetable oil. You are ready when oil surface shimmers.
6. Season turkey patties with salt and pepper on both sides.
7. Place in pan and cook for 3 minutes per side. Internal temp should reach 165 degrees.
8. While turkey is grilling, split
your burger buns and toast.
Note: A good trick is to heat the cast iron skillet
to a high temp and then toast buns directly on
surface of the skillet. Watch your buns. They
toast fast. Set aside. This way you get a smokey
f lavor and less cleaning! Then proceed to step 5.
9. Place grilled burgers on bottom por tion of
each toasted bun.
10. Top each burger with two sages leaves,
lettuce, two slices of tomato, two bacon halves.
11. Carefully spread a generous of amount of
cranberry aioli on the top por tion of the toasted
bun.
12. Place this over the burger and toppings.
Serve with a side of oven baked sweet potato fries. Bon Appetit!
.
 More on next page.....Here is the rest. 
Spiced Pumpkin Milkshake
spiced pumpkin and vanilla ice cream
This is a very f lexible recipe. Use the ingredients and their quantities below as a guide. You can add
more or less to suit your taste.
Ingredients
1 16 oz can organic pumpkin puree*
1/2 cup dark brown sugar
1 oz pumpkin spice
2 cups vanilla ice cream
1 cup milk
Whipped cream
Ground cinnamon
*Note: Another good option is Libby’s pumpkin puree.
Directions
1. Mix the pumpkin puree, brown sugar and pumpkin spice and set aside.
2. In a blender, add ice cream and milk.
3. Add 1 cup of spiced pumpkin puree mix.
4. Blend well.
5. Pour into a tall glass.
6. Top with whipped cream and dust with cinnamon powder
For a spiked version, add cognac, dark rum or brandy. Goes great with your fall burger. Also,
makes for a fun, unique desser t after a fall dinner party.


Station Eats will be serving the fall burger and spiced pumpkin shake at both locations through
November. Stop by the Station Eats Stamford location on November 18, 2012, feast on a fall burger
washed down with a pumpkin shake and enjoy the Stamford Thanksgiving Day Parade from
Stamford’s best vantage point.
Information available at
www.stationeats.com or 203 588 0960

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Thursday, October 18, 2012

The Men's Store - Oct 20, Saks Fifth Ave in Stamford



Saks Fifth Avenue
Phone: 203-323-3100 Fax: 203-948-1466
Department Store 140 Atlantic Street Luxury specialty store offering exclusive designer fashions for men and women as well as shoes, accessories, cosmetics and fragrances.

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COME AND VOLUNTEER AT THE PALACE THEATER


COME AND VOLUNTEER AT THE PALACE THEATER!!
Located in downtown Stamford on Atlantic Street
We are looking for people interested in volunteering at the Palace Theatre that can be responsible as:
·      TICKET TAKERS
·      USHERS
·      CONCESSIONS
·      COAT ROOM
·      GREETERS
·      DIRECTIONALS
Join us for all of our exciting Performing Arts events that are happening throughout the year!
  For more information contact Ben at 203-517-3402 OR BY EMAIL AT BGROPP@SCALIVE.ORG

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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Ballet School of Stamford - Kyla Rae Tillem Memorial Performance Oct. 19th

Kyla Rae Tillem Memorial Performance Oct. 19th

We hope you will join us on

Friday October 19th at 7:00 for a benefit concert in memory of Kyla Rae Tillem. For those who didn't know Kyla she was a lovely young dancer who studied with us and made us all smile. She lost her battle with pediatric cancer last April.
Kyla's friends are producing this benefit in her memory at John Jay High School. We are pleased to participate along with groups from her high school. We will present Kyla's Dance choreographed by faculty member Ashlee Knapp to music from Kyla's favorite band Mayday Parade.
Kyla's passion was ballet and we loved watching her dance. Her parents have created the Kyla Rae Tillem Memorial Dance Scholarship Fund to provide tuition assistance for young dancers at our school. We are honored by their choice. Proceeds from this performance will be donated to this fund along with any tax deductible donation you make. Please contact us for additional information.
Kyla and Michael

The Ballet School of Stamford
Old Town Hall
175 Atlantic Street Stamford CT 06901
203-358-8853
info@balletschoolofstamford.org




The Ballet School of Stamford is a non-profit organization proudly serving our community for 14 years.


   

Ballet School of Stamford, The
Phone: 203-358-8853
Fax: n/a
175 Atlantic Street, Old Town Hall Offers excellent ballet training to students age 3 to adult for both the recreational and pre-professional student. Promotes and encourages cultural diversity in ballet.

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Monday, October 15, 2012

New Haven Railroad Historical and Technical Association Inc on Nov 12.




New Haven Railroad Historical and Technical Association Inc. 
50th Anniversary Banquet . 
The Sheraton Stamford Hotel
Saturday, Nov. 12, 2012
www.nhrhta.org

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Saturday, October 13, 2012

ROYAL DRUMMERS and DANCERS of BURUNDI - OCT 19th

ROYAL DRUMMERS and DANCERS of BURUNDI - OCT 19th
SPECIAL OFFER
any seats for $20+box-office charge.
ENTER Coupon code Bujumbura at the checkout. Valid till Oct 18th for advance purchase online.

One of the greatest percussion ensembles in the world and their live performances are the ultimate African drum experience.

Watch Preview:
http://www.youtube.com/watchv=3F9JQ96HCcU&feature=player_embedded

From a tiny country in Central Africa comes one of the most gifted and celebrated percussion ensembles in the world — Royal Drummers and Dancers of Burundi. Their dance and drumming performances are based on ancient sacred traditions that have been passed down from father to son for centuries, yet these distinctive early rhythms sound as modern as any contemporary beat. The thunderous drum sound — the “Burundi beat”— has gained the rapt attention of audiences worldwide and influenced popular Western contemporary artists like Joni Mitchell, Adam and the Ants, and Bow Wow Wow.

Originally used exclusively for ceremonial occasions, the distinctive drums are made from hollowed tree trunks and animal skins. Come witness ancient Burundi culture with its thunderous percussive rhythms and mesmerizing movements brought to the stage by this remarkable ensemble!

 

 Here is the rest. Palace Theater, Stamford, CT
 Tickets:
http://www.scalive.org/
 http://www.worldonstage.org/
 Tel: 203.325.4466

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Friday, October 12, 2012

Stamford, Take Off Your Clothes! - Oct 20

On Saturday, October 20th, at the University of Connecticut-Stamford Campus, from 11am to 3pm, Person-to-Person (P2P) will host their first fun, family event in Stamford – Stamford, Take Off Your Clothes! P2P is inviting all Stamford residents and families to a fun day while making a difference in the community. This event will feature local food trucks such as the Melt Mobile and food vendors Station Eats, Soundview Catering, and Bar Rosso. Star 99.9‘s On-Air personality, Jolana Smith, will emcee the event and a lucky donor will have a chance to win a gift certificate for an iPad, a signed tie from Donald Trump, or passes to Chelsea Piers!
 
Members of the community, companies, schools, and community groups are invited to bring donations of new or gently used clothing, outerwear, shoes, and accessories to Stamford, Take Off Your Clothes  -- or just come for the fun! These donations will stock the shelves of the Person-to-Person Clothing Center, which provides a free resource to people in need in Lower Fairfield County . At this time of year, the Clothing Center will be stocking the racks with coats and other essential winter items as the cold weather approaches.
 



Last year, Person-to-Person served more than 21,000 residents of Lower Fairfield County, and distributed more than 50,000 bags of clothing.  About 80% of Person-to-Person clients are Stamford residents.  The organization is looking forward to the Stamford, Take Off Your Clothes! event as a fun and informative event to raise  public awareness about  the needs in our community and the services available to families in this area.Person-to-Person is volunteer-driven, community-supported agency which, through the Clothing Center and other emergency assistance programs, responds to individuals and families who lack the basic necessities or resources to improve their lives.
Come out and show your support for a great cause! Visit StamfordTakeOffYourClothes.org for more info. 
Items that can be donated include:
  • Clean, gently-used, seasonally-appropriate clothing  and outwear for men, women, teenagers, children and infants;
  • Accessories such as footwear, scarves, gloves, hats, ties, handbags, briefcases, backpacks and belts;
  • Socks and pajamas for children.
Financial donations to Person-to-Person are also accepted, online at www.p2pdarien.org, or by check, made payable to Person-to-Person at 1864 Post Road in Darien, CT, 06820.


About Person-to-Person
Person-to-Person, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency, was originally established in 1968. Its mission is simple: to provide assistance with basic necessities to low-income individuals and families living in lower Fairfield County, and to help them on their journey towards self-sufficiency. Services include practical help, advocacy, education and problem solving. Primary programs include Emergency Assistance, Campership and Scholarship. A volunteer-driven agency, Person-to-Person engages more than 2,500 volunteers in service each year, and remains flexible in direct response to community and client needs. In 2011, Person-to-Person served nearly 22,000 people. Agency efforts are consistently made possible by the service of volunteers, and by donations of food, clothing, and financial contributions. Learn more at www.p2pdarien.org or by calling (203) 655-0048.
   

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Thursday, October 11, 2012

5th Annual Pro-Am Charity Chili Cook-Off- FOOD Bank Fundraiser on Oct 13



CAST YOUR VOTE FOR

"THE BEST CHILI IN STAMFORD"

5th Annual Pro-Am Charity Chili Cook-Off

to benefit


The Food Bank


Saturday October 13

12PM to 3PM

At The Unitarian Universalist Society in Stamford

20 Forest Street (across from the Avon Theater)

Free Parking at the Bedford Street Garage!!!!




Suggested Donation for Admission

$10 per person

OR

$5 per person

if you bring a bag of non-perishable food items to donate

Kids under 14 are free!


Amateur chefs will go Head to Head

To determine who has


Stamford's Best Chili!!


YOU DECIDE THE WINNER!!

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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Did you ever want to be a Clown, or Fly a Giant Balloon? Volunteer in the UBS Parade Spectacular by Oct 26...


Clown volunteers must attend two training sessions which are scheduled for November 7 and November 14. Both training sessions are about three hours long and will start at 5:30. (More info to come)

On Thursday, November 8th at 12 noon, we will hold a press conference for the parade -- we ask that all balloon handlers try to attend because we will offer a short training on how to handle the balloons.
Something Gigantic Is Coming to Stamford Downtown!The UBS Parade Spectacular, Presented by Stamford Town Center and The Advocate , comes to Stamford on Sunday, November 18, at 12 Noon. Stamford's annual holiday balloon parade started nineteen years ago and has become one of the largest events of its kind in the country, with giant helium balloons floating through Stamford Downtown. Last year it drew over 100,000 people, not only Stamford residents, but also spectators from the surrounding region and even nearby states.   more information
By TrainMetro North trains running between New Haven & Grand Central Station make several stops each hour at the Stamford Transportation Center. 
The parade route is just a 5 minute walk from the Transportation Center.
By CarI-95 North or South, take Exit 7 or 8.  Follow signs to parking.
Merritt Parkway Northbound or Southbound take exit 34 or 35.  Follow signs to parking.
Parking  is available at Landmark Square, Stamford Town Center, Stamford Government Center, Bell & Bedford Street Garages as well as several other convenient lots downtown. 

 


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Friday, October 5, 2012

FRANKLIN STREET WORKS: SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, Oct. 27, 6:00-10:00 pm BIRTHDAY PARTY

FRANKLIN STREET WORKS: SAVE THE DATE! OCTOBER 27 BIRTHDAY PARTY + SEPTEMBER EVENTS

41 Franklin Street
Stamford, Connecticut 06901

Help Support our Second Year by Celebrating our First!

Saturday, Oct. 27, 6:00-10:00 pm
September Events
New Exhibition, Reception, Thurs, Sept 13
Reading and Music, Thurs, Sept 20


VHS THE EXHIBITION: 
Sept 6 - Oct 14
RECEPTION:
Thursday, Sept 13, 5:00 - 8:00 pm




VHS The Exhibition, which is the brainchild of guest curator Rebecca Cleman, explores the use of this format for artistic experimentation.  The exhibition includes works by Robert Beck, Sadie Benning, Dustin Guy Defa, James Fotopoulos, and Trevor Shimizu. Artworks are accompanied by ephemera from ‘80s-era analogue home video culture, such as the glitchy computer-generated, anti-corporate corporate spokesman Max Headroom, to give a broad perspective on the cultural shifts created by this technological phenomenon in entertainment, life, and art. 



According to Cleman, "The VHS tape was merely one element in a now-defunct system that greatly altered how individuals related to television and commercial media, encouraging a new participatory and personalized relationship to the technology," adding, "Artists relate to VHS as an historic artifact and as a symbol of the distribution and exhibition of art, while also exploiting its unique properties as a medium.  Grouped together, the works in VHS The Exhibition make use of VHS and home video to provoke familiar definitions of art and art making."  To find out more check out the Rebecca Cleman's introductory text HERE and Scott Gargan's Stamford Advocate article on the show HERE.

Kent Evans: Reading and Music Performance
September 20, 5:30 - 7:00 pm


Franklin Street Works is proud to present an evening of music and readings with Kent Evans, author and multi-platform artist on Thursday, September 20 from 5:30 – 7:00 pm. Kent Evans' forthcoming novel A Crash Course on the Anatomy of Robots releases September 17, 2012, from Pangea Books. Please join us for a free, public presentation, that will include readings from his newly released novel, and a live music performance accompanying various parts of the book. Kent Evans will play guitar, Laura Wilson will be on violin, and Andrew Trudeau will join in with multiple instruments.



Evans' book has been met with high praise, such as Walt Whitman Award-winning author Elana Bell's insights, "A Crash Course On the Anatomy of Robots reads like a collision between Hunter S. Thompson and Pico Iyer. Expect to be surprised." While Kent Evans travels extensively these days, he grew up nearby, in New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Franklin Street Works is proud to collaborate with Evans on his Stamford appearance!


















Franklin Street Works is a new, not-for-profit contemporary art space, café, and social gathering place in Stamford, Connecticut. It produces original on-site and off-site exhibitions, artist projects, and related programming. Located in renovated row houses on Franklin Street, the two-story space includes three galleries and a café. Franklin Street Works embraces innovative art and exhibition practices, a DIY attitude, and a workshop approach to its programming, audiences, and organizational structure. The activities and attitudes of the café reflect and expand on the organization’s mission as a contemporary art venue.
 

Franklin Street Works

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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Stamford--One of 9 Cities You Wouldn't Think Are Hubs for Tech Startups | Slideshow | Entrepreneur.com

9 Cities You Wouldn't Think Are Hubs for Tech Startups | Slideshow | Entrepreneur.com

Stamford--Why it's hot: Like many cities that neighbor New York City, Stamford made a name for itself when big companies fled the big city for lower operating costs. But now, Stamford hopes to foster homegrown talent, and in a bold move to reinvent itself as a tech hub, it has transformed its old city hall into the Stamford Innovation Center. See more...

Check out http://stamfordicenter.com/
& Directions to
175 Atlantic Street
Stamford, CT 06901

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