We’re celebrating our 50th issue with stories about some of Connecticut’s A-list names in arts and entertainment: Hepburn, Calder, Thumb (General Tom Thumb, that is)! Read how Connecticut has fostered creativity in arts and entertainment including the Connecticut actor who made the stage and film character of Sherlock Holmes a household name, and the summer theater-in-a-barn that has seen a parade of famous actors grace its stage. Learn more about where and why Connecticut has been a magnet for modern artists and about Connecticut’s smallest celebrity (at only 25 inches tall) who was America’s first international star.
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