Roundup: Robert Cray And Kindness Rock; Maserati Mishap …

The latest star to sign up for the Levitt Pavilion’s “Stars on Tour” series is Robert Cray.

The 5-time Grammy winner — whose American roots music has won him fans at concert halls, arenas and festivals around the world — plays Westport on Saturday, September 10 (8 p.m.).

Tickets are on pre-sale now for members. They’re available to the public on Monday (June 27, noon). Click here for details.

Robert Cray

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On a day when she was mourning the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision — and the polarization it has unleased across the country — Lynn Untermeyer Miller found this little bit of hope, in the garden near the Gillespie Center.

“You never know where you’ll find a little kindness,” she says.

(Photo/Lynn Untermeyer Miller)

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It’s been nearly a week since a Maserati was sideswiped on Hillspoint Road, between Schlaet’s Point and Old Mill Beach.

The damaged vehicle is not going anywhere. It doesn’t have to. It has a beach sticker, so it’s legally parked (if a couple of yards beyond the “No Parking” sign).

But other vehicles are going somewhere: around it.

Bike rider Jerry Kuyper knows how dangerous that curve is. He snapped a few photos.

(Photos/Jerry Kuyper)

Seems like every car has to cross the double yellow line to avoid the Maserati.

Except for the one that didn’t.

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It’s baby season, Amy Weiss notes, so woodland creatures are especially hungry.

She photographed this one — a frequent visitor to her kitchen door — for “Westport … Naturally.”

(Photo/Amy Weiss)

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And finally … Lynn Untermeyer Miller’s photo (above) inspires today’s musical selection:

4 responses to “Roundup: Robert Cray And Kindness Rock; Maserati Mishap …

  1. The Maserati had a ticket on the windshield this morning.

  2. Jacque O'Brien

    Has anyone figured out who the Maserati belongs to? It’s definitely a hazard where it is and needs to be moved one way or the other.

  3. Bobbie Herman

    The Maserati owner probably figures that he or she can just throw it away and buy a new one.

  4. I’m betting on “he.”

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