TinaMarie Craven, The Middletown Press

TinaMarie Craven

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Past articles by TinaMarie:

CT directed and written movie 'A Little White Lie' starring Kate Hudson premieres in March

The indie film is based on author Christ Belden's book "Shriver" and also stars Michael Shannon and Zac Braff. → Read More

Ridgefield's Aldrich Box returns for 2023, focusing on movement

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum encourages patrons to move in 2013 iteration of the Aldrich Box. → Read More

New Haven author featured in Amazon’s short story collection

New Haven's Tochi Onyebuchi is one of six authors in Amazon's "Trespass." → Read More

Five (more) books by CT authors to read this winter

Check out the latest books from local authors. → Read More

CT chef shares immigrant tales and recipes from her 'Meatball Project'

When a CT chef arealized she didn’t know how to prepare her mother’s dishes, she set... → Read More

Westport mom of Insta-famous disabled pup pens Piglet's story

Westport veterinarian shares the story of her Insta-famous dog, Piglet, in a new book. → Read More

Kneads and Cravings: Rainy days can't keep you from s'mores with these cookies

What’s a s’more cookie? It’s basically a chocolate chip cookie that feature corn... → Read More

Redding to host new family event in lieu of annual Frog Frolic

The Mark Twain Library will hold a free family-friendly event called the Storybook Stomp... → Read More

By the beach or the pool, here's 19 new books to read in July

Looking for something to read? Here’s 19 new books coming out in July to keep you... → Read More

Novel Approach: 'Lizzie & Dante' promises tears and laughter

Mary Bly’s novel “Lizzie & Dante” poses questions about life, love, grief and... → Read More

CT has historically been ahead of the curve in defending LGBTQ rights

You’ve heard of Harvey Milk and Stonewall, but what do you know about Connecticut’s... → Read More

Skip the ties this Father's Day and give dad something he really wants

Looking for something to tell dad you love him without giving him the obligatory tie?... → Read More

Novel Approach: Gatsby gets a fever dream makeover in 'The Chosen and the Beautiful'

Gatsby’s classic story gets a fantasy twist in Nghi Vo’s debut novel “The Chosen... → Read More

6 farms in Connecticut where you can pick your own berries

Looking to get out and enjoy the sunshine at your local farm? These six farms offer... → Read More

By the beach or the pool, here's 15 new books to read in June

Looking to for something new to read? From romance, thrillers and sci-fi check out these... → Read More

Beardsley Zoo's revamped Farmyard features goats, pigs and miniature horses

The Beardsley Zoo’s newly renovated Farmyard exhibition features goats, pigs, horses... → Read More

'Someone wants him dead:' Cos Cob's author releases latest installment in Jake Keller series

Cos Cob author David Ricciardi will release his fourth spy novel in the Jake Keller... → Read More

Get out and explore CT with free and discounted programs on Open House Day

More than 100 venues and locations around the state will be offering free or discounted... → Read More

Novel Approach: Russian spies and shadowy tech shine in 'Imposter Syndrome'

In Kathy Wang’s latest novel she satirizes the culture at large tech companies while... → Read More

Maritime Aquarium to reveal their palace-like new seal exhibition on World Oceans Day

The Maritime Aquarium’s spacious new seal exhibition will open on June 8 as part of... → Read More