It’s Time to ‘Make ART Not WAR’

City Lights Gallery gave artists the chance to “Make Art Not War” in Bridgeport, on Sept. 11 at 6 p.m. The evening consisted of lectures directly from the artists featured in the exhibit. Their artwork was a part of an

Fairfield Makes a Splash in Water Initiative

Water

Fairfield students and professors are diving headfirst into the topic of water and how it shapes every facet of human life. Water is such an integral force in political, economic and scientific affairs, but is often overlooked. The water initiative

Told By Dre: Fall Trends

Told By Dre

Hope you’re having a wonderful week, Stags! Fall trends aren’t just limited to clothing. A change of season is a perfect opportunity to liven up your makeup bag, too.  Whether you prefer to leave your skin bare, or love to

Fall Preview: Mirror Staff Picks

“The Walking Dead” “They’re screwing with the wrong people,” said “Walking Dead”protagonist Rick Grimes as he and most of the main cast were forced into an unfriendly trailer in the “safe haven” known as Terminus. Yet, there is reason to

Brownout Gets Funky at Fairfield Theatre Company

The Austin-based, funk collective Brownout will pay tribute to heavy metal legends Black Sabbath at StageOne at Fairfield Theatre Company this Thursday, Sept. 11. Brownout is a psychedelic funk band that began as a side project 10 years ago from

If You Like Them, You’ll Love Us: Bill Evans Soulgrass

If you’re familiar with artists like The Allman Brothers Band, Warren Haynes, Umphrey’s McGee and Gov’t Mule, then you’ll love Bill Evans’ Soulgrass. After completing tours across Europe, Japan, Canada and the United States, Soulgrass is headed right for Fairfield,