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HARTFORD _ Bryan Adams' "Bare Bones" tour has been a going concern since 2009, but on Sunday evening it made its first-ever stop in Hartford with the Canadian singer performing a one-hour, 45 minute set in front of an audience of more than 2500 fans at the Bushnell's Mortensen Hall.
The Los Altos Stage Company proudly presents a steamy, southern tale of greed, mendacity, sexual desire, repression, death and decay.
Bruce Mayor Rudy Pope says he and the board of aldermen moved to outlaw most smoking in town for a number of reasons.
Photographer Zoe Strauss is the focus of a mid-career retrospective at the International Center of Photography from October 4, 2013 to January 19, 2014.
The Consumer Healthcare Products Associations supports a block list to prevent the sale of the medicines to those who have been convicted of a drug- or methamphetamine-related offense, said Carlos Gutierrez, director of state government affairs for the association.
Several relatives were at the Capitol Friday to watch Anderson take his oath as a state representative.
Back in 2012, Grizzly Bear's Daniel Rossen released the solo EP, Silent Hour/Golden Mile , and he'll now be going on his first-ever solo tour in the spring of 2014.
Florida Department of Environmental Protection officials are expected today to announce millions of dollars worth of additional proposed projects that will be funded with the BP early restoration dollars.
The Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art in Biloxi, Mississippi announces Carl Joe Williams: Shades of Perception, now open in the Gallery of African American Art.
Chip Pickering, the former Mississippi congressman who helped craft the 1996 Telecom Act , will take over as CEO of trade association COMPTEL in January.
The former chief of staff at the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources wants to be tried separately from other defendants in a federal corruption case related to the use of public money.
Then-Captain Richard Pickles talks to the Landmark Neighborhood Organization Wednesday, July 1, 2009.
Task Force Guam, also known as 1-294th Infantry Regiment, Guam Army National Guard, is preparing to start its redeployment process from Afghanistan, to their mobilization site at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, according to Maj.
Dish Network Corp will compete against smaller wireless carriers and individual investors in the U.S. Federal Communications Commission auction of spectrum scheduled for January, the agency revealed on Wednesday.