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9/29: Wienerschnitzel and War Stories



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    Yes, David. Work your magic! This was actually a 15-year-old boy who transformed into Liz Taylor. Neato.

    OKTOBERFEST: The calendar still says September, but it's Oktoberfest at the Adams Mill Restaurant in Manchester.  Lunch and dinner specials include traditional favorites like potato pancakes and a sizzling mixed grill including Wienerschnitzel and, of course, lots of good beer.  The event runs through the end of the month.

    LETTERS HOME: A poignant and powerful play focusing on the American soldier currently fighting the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.  "Letters Home Robinson & Cole" was inspired by The New York Times Op-Ed article “The Things They Wrote” and the HBO documentary “Last Letters Home."  It starts today at the Bushnell in Hartford.

    HE'S MAGICAL: We love the kitch, and David Copperfield brings us back to our youth.  His "Intimate Evening of Grand Illusion" (aren't they all with him?) is coming to Stamford's Palace Theatre Tuesday night.  His goal is "to take one's dreams... and make them become reality using his state of the art wizardry".  Okay, make us taller, big guy.  Tickets start at $40.  5:30pm and 8:30pm.