Middletown News
By JEFFREY LAGRANGE
MIDDLETOWN - Alright, we’re in the dog days of one of the most pleasant summers I can remember and I need a rest. I’d like to go to the Caribbean or back to Bermuda, but this summer I think I’ll spend a lot ...
MIDDLETOWN - While attending last month’s Hall and Oates gig at the Oakdale, the opening act caught my attention. His name is Mutlu, a 35-year-old artist from Philly with a sound al...
UNCASVILLE - The Mohegan Sun Arena evening with John Mellencamp held the feeling of a huge gathering of working class neighbors. The vibe in the audience was that we were in for a ton...
MIDDLETOWN - I know it may be late in the season to discuss tying and suckering tomato plants, but there is always next year. The main reason I’m bringing it up is because this is t...
MIDDLETOWN - The United States of America is a nation built on immigration and, aside from Native Americans, most of our families originated from a foreign land. The recent immigra...
MIDDLETOWN - “Over 100 souls” participated in a Performance Art on the Connecticut River Saturday, June 28, sponsored by the Jonah Center for Earth and Art working with MacDonough...
MIDDLETOWN - Did you watch the Tony Awards on TV last month? Of course you didn’t. Very few people do, in fact I hear it’s one of the lowest rated shows on television. But yet ev...
MIDDLETOWN - Right on time at 9:30 p.m. sharp, Rod Stewart waltzed onto the Mohegan Sun stage in a baby blue suit, along with three baby blue sequined dresses to match on the backing ...
MIDDLETOWN - I have been battling rabbits ever since I moved to Cromwell. They have caused all kinds of damage, but last year it was just too much! I came home to what must have been ...
MIDDLETOWN - An elderly King Lear decides he wants to retire from his kingship responsibilities but still retain the power and authority of being king. He decides to divide his estate...