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For the first time ever, the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton” is coming to Connecticut. Four hundred fans lined up for tickets in Hartford on Saturday.

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Scott Lewis of New Haven spent 19 years in prison for a double murder he didn't commit. For two decades Lewis worked to prove his innocence. He won his release in 2014, and all charges were dropped. And then the struggle to rebuild his family and get justice from the city began.

Courtesy of "Aloha from Lavaland"

The Kilauea Volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii has been actively erupting since May. Last week the U.S. Geological Survey reported Kilauea produced a steam plume that rose about 1,000 feet above the ground surface. The energy released by the event was equal to a magnitude 5.3 earthquake.

ourtesy of the Walsh Gallery of the Fairfield University Art Museum

A new art exhibit prompts you to look down the barrel of a gun. The exhibit at the Fairfield University Walsh Gallery is called #UNLOAD: Guns in the Hands of Artists. It features works built from decommissioned street guns.

Courtesy of Goodnight Moonshine

Molly Venter and Eben Pariser are the husband-and-wife musical team behind the New Haven-based band Goodnight Moonshine. Their new album is called “I’m the Only One Who Will Tell You, You’re Bad.” WSHU’s Davis Dunavin spoke with Venter and Pariser about the album’s themes of celebrating partnership and grappling with loss.

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