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BRIDGEPORT

Comedy

Mike Marino, Bridgeport Stress Factory Comedy Club, 167 State St. Oct. 29, 7:30 p.m., Oct. 30, 31, 7:30, 9:30 p.m. $138-$46. Shows resume indoors with 50% capacity, and following all State guidelines for reopening. bridgeport.stressfactory.com

Specials

Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo, 1875 Noble Ave. Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. during the week. Weekends and holidays, the Zoo will retain the morning and afternoon sessions, closing from noon-1 p.m. for cleaning and disinfecting. Guests must wear a mask. New online ticketing system. $15 adult, $13-$10 child and seniors, children under 3 free. beardsleyzoo.org

Visual Arts

Bridgeport Art Trail, city-wide arts celebration runs Nov. 5-15. Ten day calendar of online and onsite programs adapted to comply with Covid19. BAT Kickoff Party, Nov. 7, 6-9:30 p.m. will include visual art, music, and projections indoors and outdoors. Attendees can safely assemble outdoors near the Read’s ArtSpace building and Peacock Alley and indoors at the Arcade Mall. Face masks and physical distancing protocol required. Full schedule posted by Oct. 30, on website and social media platforms. bridgeport-art-trail.org




“Scream and Shout,” the art of Carlos Bautista Biernnay, absurd fiber art influenced by the artist’s personal reactions to events on 9/11 in the United States and in Chile, City Lights Gallery, 265 Golden Hill St. Through Nov. 2. Gallery hours: Wed-Fri, noon-5 p.m., Sat noon-4 p.m. Online exhibit also on the City Lights website. citylightsgallery.org


“The Roots of Abstraction,” Housatonic Museum of Art on the Housatonic Community College Campus, 900 Lafayette Blvd. New exhibit on view through Aug. 31, 2021. An appointment to visit the museum is necessary, and visitors must be prepared to comply with social distancing rules and wear protective face masks. Housatonic Museum of Art will also make the exhibit available as a slideshow, virtual tour and as a print-on-demand catalog. 203-332-5052, housatonicmuseum.org

Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo online Zoo Photography Exhibit, “Photography Goes Wild.” beardsleyzoo.org

CENTERBROOK

Specials

“At Spectrum Gallery: The Autumn Arts Festival Exhibit,” Spectrum Gallery, 61 Main St. Through Nov. 8. 860-767-0742, spectrumartgallery.org


EAST HADDAM

Music

“Shakin’ the Blues Away: A Virtual Gala Concert for Goodspeed,” Oct. 29, 7:30 p.m. Free ticket to members who renewed by Oct. 23, all others $25 donation to attend. 860-873-8668, goodspeed.org

EAST HAVEN

Halloween

The Haunted Isle, Shore Line Trolley Museum, 17 River St. Through Oct. 30. Fri & Sat only 7-10 p.m. $22. Face masks and social distancing required. Temperature checked upon entry. 203-467-6927, shorelinetrolley.org

EAST WINDSOR

Halloween

Pumpkin Patch, Connecticut Trolley Museum, 58 North Road. Oct. 30-31, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $13 adults, $12 seniors, $11 children (4-12), $4 children (3 and under); Rails to the Darkside, through Oct. 30. Fri-Sat only, 7-9:30 p.m. Trolley ride is included with admission. Social distancing and designated marked areas for music. Guided tour of the Main Hall, trolleys housed in Kelly Storage Barn. 860-627-6540, ct-trolley.org

ESSEX

Festivals

Scarecrow FestiFall, downtown Essex, through Oct. 29. Stroll a lamp-post presentation of scarecrows, dining and shopping. Mini-Scarecrow Scavenger Hunt for children at participating retailers along Main Street. Scavenger maps available at participanting venues. essexct.com

Visual Arts

River Valley Artists group show with works by artists from Essex, Chester and Deep River, Earth and Fire Art Studio, 2 Main St. Through Jan. 23. Gallery hours: Wed, Thu 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Fri, Sat noon-4 p.m. earthandfireartstudio.com, 860-767-753-2425.

Essex Art Association’s virtual exhibit, “Art in Isolation,” on view. Submissions on a rolling basis accepted. essexartassociation.com

FAIRFIELD

Music

Bruce Cockburn, Fairfield Theatre Company StageOne, 70 Sanford St. Nov. 4, 7:45 p.m. $75. fairfieldtheatre.org

Visual Arts

“Ruby Sky Stiler: Group Relief,” online exhibit at Fairfield University Art Museum, through Dec. 19. 203-254-4046, museum@fairfield.edu

GROTON

Visual Arts

Open Air by Day, an exhibit of outdoor sculpture and installation art on the grounds, and Open Air by Night, a series of outdoor art film and video art projections onto the facades of the historic Branford House and Avery Point Lighthouse. All exhibits and events are free. openair2020.art.uconn.edu

GUILFORD

Specials

Henry Whitfield State Museum, 248 Old Whitfield St. is open outside. The public is welcome on the museum grounds to see the historic buildings in person, explore the site’s history through new interpretive signs, figure out the three Visitor Center “What Is It?” window displays, and play a scavenger hunt and submit answers for a chance to win a prize at the end of the year. Outdoor visitors are also encouraged to picnic, play catch, read, paint, etc. Social distancing required. Online offerings with photos, videos, and historical information on social media, a museum collections database , and a Whitfield House virtual tour. Parking is free. 203-453-2457 or e-mail whitfieldmuseum@ct.gov.

Visual Arts

Responding to the Pandemic, A Photo Journey by Robert Carley Documenting from March 2020 to the Present, Americans Coping with Crisis, on view at Guilford Free Library, Nov. 1-30.

HAMDEN

Visual Arts

“Hamden Art League Plein Air Show,” current on-line exhibit available for viewing at hamdenartleague.org

HARTFORD

Specials

Old State House Farmers Market, 800 Main St. Through Oct. 30. Tues, Fri, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Masks required to enter. Social distancing and one-way foot traffic will be followed. 860- 522-6766, cga.ct.gov/osh/farmersmkt.asp

Stage

HartBeat Ensemble, community-based and ensemble theatre, offer a diverse and provocative lineup of virtual and audio theatrical experiences. Line-up: Play Like a Girl, Hartford-based Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Charmagne Glass-Tripp has curated a miniseries of virtual conversations and performances by women musicians who trained in the Nutmeg State, Julissa Rodriguez, Nov. 19, 7:30 p.m., Eight to the Bar band leader Cynthia Lyon, Dec. 10, 7:30 p.m.; “Working Theater’s American Dreams,” live online game show, through Nov. 1. HartBeatEnsemble.org

Visual Arts

“Manufacturing Victory: The Arsenal of Democracy,” “Fighting on the Home Front: Propaganda Posters of WWII,” “A Vote of Her Own: The Long Fight for Woman Suffrage,” Connecticut Historical Society, 1 Elizabeth St. All In-person exhibits on view through Nov 30. Tue-Thu noon-5 p.m., Fri-Sat 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Free with museum admission. 860-236-5621, chs.org

“Ali Banisadr / MATRIX 185,” Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, 600 Main St. Oct. 22-Feb. 14; “Made in Connecticut: Celebrating 25 Years of the CT Art Trail,” through Feb. 7. Visitors are required to wear a face mask and observe social distance while on the grounds of the Wadsworth and inside the museum. Visit website for required advance registration, current hours and admission. “Sculpture in the City” a cityscape-focused program activating the works of sculpture and architectural design on the grounds of the Wadsworth and Main St. thewadsworth.org.

LYME

Specials

Virtual Auction & Benefit, hosted by Lyme Art Association, Nov. 6-15. Online auction features pieces by artists of the Lyme Art Association. Auction pieces on display at Lyme Art Association and online at lymeartassociation.org/art-auction. Purchase a “virtual ticket” and be entered in a drawing for two tickets for the next Palate to Palette. Gallery open Wed-Sun 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Visual Arts

“Land & Sea,” Lyme Art Association, 90 Lyme St. Through Nov. 19. Wed-Sun, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., or by appointment. 860-434-7802, lymeartassociation.org

MADISON

Books

RJ Julia Booksellers hosts author events via Zoom: Grace Byers, author of “I Believe I Can,” Nov. 2, noon. Ticketed virtual event. $18.99 event and one copy of book, or “Buy One Give One” ticket for $37.98-the second copy of the book will be donated to Read to Grow and distributed to a New Haven or Bridgeport student who is attending the virtual event; Lou Diamond Phillips, author of “The Tinderbox: Soldier of Indira,” Nov. 4, 6 p.m. Free. Register. Purchase tickets on our website. 203-245-3959, rjjulia.com

Halloween

Family Halloween Trick or Trivia Night, online event hosted by Madison Arts Barn, Oct. 30, 7-8 p.m. Random prizes/points given to players, as well as a costume contest! Prizes given for the best costumes. All winners can choose prizes from our new online prize store. Register at madisonartsbarn.org.

Music

First Congregational Church of Madison on the Green, 26 Meetinghouse Lane, is hosting a series of Lunch Organ Recitals performed by Nathan Bayreuther. The music will be broadcast through the steeple speakers for listening on the Green or join him live on the church’s Facebook page. Concert date: Oct. 30, 12:15-12:45 p.m. 203-245-2739, ext 14.

Specials

First Congregational Church, UCC, of Madison, Church on the Green, 26 Meetinghouse Lane, will host an outside vigil, Nov. 1, 4 p.m. to remember the more than 220,000 lives lost in the U.S. and more than one million lives lost worldwide during the continuing pandemic. All are invited to attend. Mask and practice safe physical distancing. 203-245-2739, ext. 10, or e-mail us at mainoffice@fccmadison.org.

Visual Arts

Susan Powell Fine Art, 679 Boston Post Road. “Seven Artists to Watch: Kathy Anderson, Kelly Birkenruth, Grace DeVito, Susan Jositas, Anne McGrory, Deborah Quinn-Munson & Jeanne Rosier Smith,” through Nov. 7. Ten people in the gallery at one time during the opening and masks must be worn. 203-318-0616, susanpowellfineart.com

Young Adults

RJ Julia Booksellers host author events for young adults via Zoom: Mary Hogan Wilcox and Lynn Munsinger, authors of “We’re Going on a Pumpkin Hunt,” Oct. 31, 10:30 a.m. Free. Register on website. 203-245-3959, rjjulia.com

MIDDLETOWN

Specials

WIHS 104.9 FM, commercial-free, listener-supported, non-profit Christian radio station, will hold its a three-day Faith Sharing phone-a-thon fundraiser. Live, on-the-air event Oct. 29, 30, 6 a.m.-8 p.m.; Oct. 31, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Live interviews with leaders and pastors of faith-based organizations, live performances by local Christian singers, recorded Christian music and inspirational Christian programs. Segments of Faith Sharing will be live streamed on the WIHS 1049 YouTube Channel, Oct. 29, 30, noon-1 p.m. & 6-8 p.m.; Oct. 31, Grand Finale live streamed, 5-6 p.m. WIHSradio.org, 860-346-1049

Visual Arts

Wesleyan University’s Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery presents “A Sculpture, A Film and Six Videos,” through Nov. 22. All related online exhibit programming and events (artists talks, Q&A’s, limited screenings, and performance) are available at wesleyan.edu/cfa/sixvideos

MIDDLEFIELD

Specials

Corn Maze: “Thank You Our Heroes,” Lyman Orchards, 32 Reeds Gap Road. Through Nov. 1. Mon-Fri 1-6 p.m.; Sat-Sun & holidays 10 a.m.-6 p.m. $10. Covid-19 policies enforced. 860-349-1793, lymanorchards.com

MILFORD

Lectures

“A Beginner’s Guide to the Golden Age of Radio,” virtual lecture hosted by Milford Library on Zoom, Nov. 2, 7 p.m. Registration contact: nabbey@milfordct.gov

Perform

“The MAC: Recreated,” a slate of online outdoor events. 203-878-6674, milfordarts.org

Specials

“Explore Your Inner Creative” Arts Enrichment Classes, offered by Milford Arts Council online, beginning Oct. 25. Classes include Collage Expressions, Color Courage, and Yoga Journaling. Register at milfordarts.org/explore-lp

Spirits of Milford Ghost Walks, through Nov. 14. Walk starts at Hotchkiss Bridge, Factory Lane. Online ticket price $18 per person, $23 walk-up ticket per person exact cash only. To ensure health, and safety walk is strictly limited to no more than 25 people. Advance tickets recommended. 203-214-7554, spiritsofmilford.com

Visual Arts

Milford Arts Council’s exhibit “The Story of Women.” runs through Nov. 19. 203-878-6674, milfordarts.org

MORRIS

Music

College Street Music Hall presents Twilight Concerts on The Farm: The Front Bottoms, South Farm, 21 Higbie Road. Oct. 29, 6 p.m. $150; Warren Hayes (Gov’t Mule), Nov. 1, 3 p.m. $160. collegestreetmusichall.com

MYSTIC

Halloween

Halloween Happenings, Mystic Seaport Museum, through Oct. 31. Pumpkin Carving, Jack-o-Lantern Walk, and Children’s Costume Parade. Jack-o-Lantern Walk, through Oct. 30, 5:30-9 p.m. Nonmembers: $20 ages 13 and up, $15 ages 4-12., Museum members: $17.50 ages 13 and up, $12 ages 4-12. Costume Parade, Oct. 31. All day kids in costume (ages 12 and under) get in free. After 4 p.m., the community is invited onto the grounds for free to gather on the Museum’s Village Green for a socially distanced Halloween Costume Parade beginning at 4:30 p.m. mysticseaport.org/halloween-happenings.

Halloween Weekend Paranormal Investigation Seaside Shadows Haunted History Tours, Whitehall Burial Ground, Hendel Dr. Oct. 31, 11:30 p.m. $40. 860-754-8923, seasideshadows.com

Visual Arts

“Sailor Made: Folk Art of the Sea,” Mystic Seaport Museum, 75 Greenmanville Ave. New exhibit now open, C.D. Mallory Building “A Way with Wood: Celebrating Craft,” exhibit on view in Collins Gallery. 860-572-0711, mysticseaport.org

Visual Arts

“2020/20+ Women @ NBMAA,” New Britain Museum of American Art on view through Jan. 31; “Some Day is Now, Women, Art & Social Change,” on view through Jan. 24. 860-229-0257, nbmaa.org

NEW HAVEN

Books

“Fearless: A. Bartlett Giamatti and the Battle for Fairness in America” with Author Neil Proto, live-stream Interview with hosted by New Haven Free Public Library on Zoom, Oct. 29, noon-1 p.m. 203-584-4383. Register at us02web.zoom.us/j/86288400500

Festivals

Yale Peabody Museum’s Fiesta Latina! moves online digital experiences throughout Hispanic Heritage Month. Programs are free, bi-lingual, and accessible to participants of all ages. Regular programming every Tuesday afternoon and Friday morning. The Peabody will release videos live on the Yale University YouTube channel and host watch parties on the Peabody Facebook page. Visit the Peabody website, Facebook page, and Yale’s YouTube channel all month long to watch and share videos celebrating traditional and contemporary Latin American cultures.

Halloween

“Taste of Fear: Tales of Terror and Suspense,” panoramic live performances hosted by Elm Shakespeare Company, Edgerton Park, 75 Cliff St. Oct. 31, 6:30, 8 & 9:30 p.m. Free. Advance registration required. No walk-ins accepted to ensure social distancing. 203-392-8882, elmshakespeare.org

Music

New Haven Symphony Orchestra presents Alternative Programming online and social media: NHSO @Home Series: NHSO musicians and guest artists perform music from home; Instrument Selection Resource Center; and Listen Up! Podcast Series. newhavensymphony.org

Specials

Elm Shakespeare Company launchs an online Teen Troupe for ages 13-18 on Zoom. Rehearsals are Saturdays with the final performance intended for Halloween Night. $350 payable online or via check. Registration on the Elm Shakespeare Company website or by e-mail to registration@elmshakespeare.org

New Haven Museum: “Documenting the COVID-19 Crisis,” an effort to collect stories and photos of life in New Haven during the coronavirus quarantine. Also virtual offerings. newhavenmuseum.org

Beinecke Library at Yale University has a new offering on YouTube: “Introduction to the Collection of Modern European Books and Manuscripts with Curator Kevin Repp.” Digital exhibits: “1917 Silent Protest Parade Fifth Avenue, New York City,” “Protest Culture in Peril: Frigidaire under Threat in Italy Today,” “Carl Van Vechten’s Harlem Renaissance Portraits,” “America and the Utopian Dream,” “Making the Medieval English M anuscript.” beinecke.library.yale.edu

Stage

“Building a Brave New Theater: Exploring Shakespeare & Race in 2020,” Elm Shakespeare Company’s free, online event series: “American Moor,” performed at London’s Globe Theatre, Oct. 29. Tickets at elmshakespeare.org/american-moor; “Shakespeare in 2020: a BIPOC Directors Forum,” Nov. 12; “Othello, A Black Girl’s Journey,” Nov. 19; “Whose Shakespeare? A Conversation with Ayanna Thompson,” Dec. 4; “Amplified! A Celebration of BIPOC Actors & Training,” Dec. 17. Registration required for all events. elmshakespeare.org/fall-symposium


Visual arts

“Made Visible,” Creative Arts Workshop Hilles Gallery windows, 80 Audubon St. Artist and Exhibit dates: Shaunda Holloway, Nov. 2-29; Annie Sailer, Dec. 7-20. creativeartsworkshop.org, or Vicky Blume, at gallery@creativeartsworkshop.org

“NOW” Exhibit by Elizbeth White, Ely Center of Contemporary Art, 51 Trumbull St. Through Nov. 15. Gallery hours: Sundays 1-4 p.m.; Thursdays 5-8 p.m. and by appointment. All Covid-19 health guidelines will be strictly followed. elycenter.org

Yale Center for British Art, 1080 Chapel St. is open with temporary hours, Fridays noon-7 p.m., Saturdays, Sundays noon-4 p.m. Visitors may reserve a free timed-entry ticket on the Center’s website. A“Love, Life, Death, and Desire: An Installation of the Center’s Collections,”on view through Feb. 28. Free. 203-432-2800, britishart.yale.edu

The New Haven Museum, 114 Whitney Ave. is reopened to the public. The museum is following the “Reopen Connecticut” sector rules. Galleries are open by advance reservation only for visits of up to one hour by individuals and family groups or sheltering units of up to six individuals. Registration is through Eventbrite at least 24 hours in advance. Hours of operation: Wed, Thu, Fri, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Last entry 4 p.m. Exhibits on view: “FACTORY;” Martha Willette Lewis’s, “I Saw the Figure Five in BlackK.” 203-562-4183, newhavenmuseum.org

“Seeing Nature Through Art,” exhibit features 30 works of art created by the instructors of Yale Peabody Museum’s Natural Science Illustration Program, now online. peabody.yale.edu

NORWALK

Comedy

Fairfield Comedy Club hosts Jim Bruer: Let the Laughs Begin, live-stream performance from Wall Street Theater, Oct. 30, 8 p.m. $25. fairfieldcomedyclub.com

Educational

Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, 10 N Water St. Online Programs for Families: “Fish Tales,” “All About Sea Turtles,” “Shark Safari” and other similar educational programs available for live streaming each week. Suggested donation. All require advance reservations to receive the link. 203-852-0700, ext. 2206; maritimeaquarium.org/virtual-programs

Halloween

Spooktacular “Halloween Stroll,” Maritime Aquarium, 10 N. Water St. Oct. 28, 29, 5:30-8:30 p.m.; Oct. 30, 5:30-9 p.m. Special treats, bonus activities, animal encounters, free popcorn and parting goody bags for children. Halloween costumes are encouraged but optional. COVID-19 masks are required, face-covering Halloween-costume masks are not allowed. Regular admission prices apply: $26.95 adults, $24.95 seniors (65+); and $19.95 children (3-12). Children 2 & younger are free. “Halloween Stroll” admission for Aquarium members is $10 per person. Admission is by advance online purchase only for a timed-ticket entry. Tickets at maritimeaquarium.org

Outdoors

Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, 10 N Water St. Norwalk Islands Cruises: Oct. 31 & Nov. 1, 1:15 p.m. Advance reservations required. $31.50, $26.50 for Aquarium members. COVID precautions include reduced capacity, physical distancing and required face masks. 203-852-0700, ext. 2206; maritimeaquarium.org

Fall Foliage Cruises, Seaport Association dock, 10 N. Water St. Through Oct. 31. 203-838-9444, seaport.org

Specials

Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk is offering free in-person and online programs, Election Day, Nov. 3. In-person programs for ages 4-12, are available in three sessions: 8:30-11:30 a.m., 12:30-3:30 p.m., and 4:30-7:30 p.m. Eight virtual programs, including one entirely in Spanish – will stream to kids and families anywhere hourly from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. All are free, with a suggested donation. All of the Election Day programs require advance registration. There are forms to be filled out for the in-person programs, or those signing up for a virtual program will receive a link to the online session. Advance register at maritimeaquarium.org

“Living Lights,” Maritime Aquarium, 10 N. Water St. Exhibit features creatures that have the unique ability to glow in the dark, through fluorescence or a natural process called bioluminescence. Daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m., through Dec. Limited guest capacity, masks required, ticket sales online with timed entries. $26.95, $24.95 age 65+, $19.95 ages 3-12. Free with admission. 203-852-0700, maritimeaquarium.org

OLD SAYBROOK

Stage

Met in HD Encore: “Madame Butterfly,” Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, 300 Main St. Oct. 31, 1 p.m. $20 adult, $15 students. Enjoy productions on the Kate’s big screen, with surround sound, in a physically distanced and safe environment. 860-510-0453, thekate.org

ORANGE

Specials

Corn Maze, Treat Farm, 361 Old Tavern Road. Through Oct. 31. Fri-Sun only. Book your time on-line. $7.50. COVID 19 Maze precautions enforced. 203-799-2453, treat.farm

Historical Society’s Academy Museum and Antique Shop, 605 Orange Center Road, Sat, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Masks required. 203-795-3106.

SHELTON

Halloween

Legends of Fear Haunted Hayride, Fairview Tree Farm, 2 Saw Mill City Road. Through Oct. 31. $25. Oct. 30, 6:30 -10 p.m.; Oct. 31: TBD. Face masks, social distancing and temperature checked upon entry. 203-944-9090, legendsoffear.com

Specials

Corn Maze, Wells Hollow Creamery, 2 Beard Sawmill Road. Weekends in Oct. Sat-Sun, noon-5 p.m.; Fri-Sat evening Flashlight Maze, 7-9:30 p.m.; Sun 7-8:30 p.m. $7 afternoons, $15 evenings. Children under 3, free. Corn maze, farm animals, ice cream or homemade apple pie a la mode. Night maze visitors, bring a flashlight. 203-926-0101, wellshollowcreamery.com

STRATFORD

Halloween

Fright Haven Haunted House, Stratford Square, 411 Barnum Ave. cut-off. Fridays, Saturdays in Oct. 7:30 p.m.-12 a.m.; Sundays in October, 7:30-11 p.m. $25. Covid-19 policies enforced. 203-795-4737, frighthaven.com

Virtual Pumpkin Carving Contest, sponsored by Celebrate Stratford and Bridgeport Fittings on the Celebrate Stratford Facebook page. Winners receive a gift card to a local Stratford restaurant and recognition on the Celebrate Stratford Facebook page, as well as other Town-sponsored social media platforms. Winners announced Oct. 30. facebook.com/celebratestratford, or e-mail a picture of your submission to info@CelebrateStratford.com.

Specials

National Helicopter Museum at Railroad Station (east bound), 2480 Main St. By appointment only. Masks required. Free admission, parking. 203-375-8857, nationalhelicoptermuseum.org

TRUMBULL

Halloween

Virtual Reality Halloween Experiences, Xperiment Virtual Reality Hawley Lane Mall, 100 Hawley Lane. Through Oct. 31. Oct. 29, 4-8 p.m.; Oct. 30, 4-9 p.m.; Oct. 31, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. $40. 203-502-8005, xperimentvr.com/booking

UNCASVILLE

Comedy

Jessica Kirson, Comix Roadhouse at Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino, 1 Mohegan Sun Blvd. Oct. 29, 8 p.m.; Oct. 30, 7:30 p.m.; Oct. 31, 7, 9:30 p.m. $55-$20; In the Comedy Club: Spinnato’s Comedy Magic Show, Oct. 30, 5 p.m.; Oct. 31, 4 p.m., Nov. 1, 5 p.m. $15, $10. comixroadhouse.com mohegansun.com

WALLINGFORD

Holiday

Trail of Terror 2020: Fear is Art, 60 North Plains Hwy. Oct. 30, Nov. 1, 7 p.m. $150 timed ticket six-pack, $40 premium pass. 833-600-0054, trailofterror.com

WASHINGTON

Visual Arts

Washington Art Association issues a call for entries for its “Post Pandemic” Exhibit that will be on view in 2021. COVID-19 global pandemic is an unprecedented event and presents a unique opportunity for artists to discover themselves. Participants are invited to submit up to three original 5” x 7” (postcard sized) works to be selected for inclusion in a group show that highlights each artist’s experience, impressions, and processes during the pandemic. info@washingtonartassociation.org.

Institute for American Indian Studies Indoor Museum, 38 Curtis Road. Masks required inside the museum and outdoors on the grounds when you are within six feet of other visitors, staff, or presenters. Museum and Grounds are open Fridays and Saturdays, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sundays, noon-4 p.m. 860-868-0518, e-mail general@iaismuseum.orgiaismuseum.org

WATERBURY

Halloween

Trunk or Treat, Seven AngelsTheatre, 1 Plank Road. Oct. 30, 5-8 p.m. Wear your best costumes. Candy for the kids. A night of fun takes place in the parking lot across from the theatre. Covid masks and social distancing required.

Specials

Palace Theater historian Louis Belloisy holds a four-week class exploring the theater’s beginnings, history, architecture, lore, roster of entertainers that have appeared, tour of backstage, dressing rooms, and flyway over the stage, Palace Theater, 100 E. Main St. In person class meets weekly through Nov. 13, 10:15-11:45 a.m. $30. Advance registration required. Limited to the first 20 people to register to ensure proper social distancing. Masks required. Call the Box Office Tue, Wed 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; Thu 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 203-346-2000. palacetheaterct.org

Visual arts

Mattatuck Museum exhibits “Edward Balthazar: Urban Artist;” and “Women’s Sphere: Selections from the Collection” online until the end of the year. mattmuseum.org

WESTBROOK

Visual Arts

Clinton Art Society presents ten paintings by Beverly Schirmeier on display in a solo art show, Waters Edge Resort gallery,1525 Boston Post Road. Show runs through Oct. 31, during normal resort hours.

WEST HAVEN

Specials

West Haven Veterans Museum & Learning Center, 30 Hood Terr. is open Fridays & Saturdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Guided tours available. 203-934-1111, whmilmuseum.org

WETHERSFIELD

Specials

Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum will open the Buttolph-Williams House for public tours for the month of Oct. Author Elizabeth George Speare, a resident of Wethersfield, used the medieval-looking house as the setting for her Newbery Medal-winning book, “The Witch of Blackbird Pond.” Tours: Wed-Sat 10 a.m., noon, and 2 p.m.; Sun 1, and 3 p.m. $10 nonmembers, $7 members. Advance registration required at 860-529-0612, ext. 12, or criccio@webb-deane-stevens.org. Facemasks required and tours limited to groups of six.

WINDSOR LOCKS

Halloween

Haunted Hangars Trick or Treat, New England Air Museum, 36 Perimeter Road. Oct. 31, 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. $16 age 15 and up, $14 seniors (65+) , $10 children age 4-14. Members and children (under 3) free. Free admission Veterans. Costume contest, take home kit with a build and fly “Bat Glider,” spooky activity pages, and a trick or treat goodie bag, and a scavenger hunt throughout the museum hangars. 860-623-3305, neam.org

WOODBURY

Halloween

Haunted Hikes, Flanders Nature Center. Oct. 30, 5 p.m.; Oct. 31, 4 p.m. The early guided hikes on both nights will be kid friendly for spooky family fun with costumed characters, 6:30-8 p.m. hikes both nights the “fright factor” is ramped up! and will be truly spine chilling and are geared for adults and youth ages 12 and older. $7 per person. Refreshments available for purchase. Tickets online at flandersnaturecenter.org or call 203-263-3711, ext. 12.

Entertainment

‘The Twentieth Century’ and ‘Koshien: Japan’s Field of Dreams’ top this week’s streaming movies at Cleveland Cinemas and Cinematheque

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — For those movie lovers tired of the staid biopic, the new film “The Twentieth Century” turns the drama sub-genre on its head with the hilarious, irreverent and creative story about former Canadian politician William Lyon Mackenzie King.

The Cleveland Institute of Art’s Cinematheque is streaming Matthew Rankin’s fictionalized biopic beginning Friday, Nov. 20. The movie is equally bizarre, funny and irreverent, tracing the former prime minister’s rise to power.

Also on Nov. 20, both the Cinematheque and Cleveland Cinemas (Cedar Lee, the Capitol and Chagrin Cinemas) are streaming “Koshien: Japan’s Field of Dreams.” It’s the perfect movie for any baseball fan.

Documentarian Ema Ryan Yamazaki’s film covers the emotional journey of various Japanese players and teams hoping to make it into the country’s national high school baseball tournament held at Hanshin Koshien Stadium.

Virtual screening rooms continue to offer movie lovers a safe way to view first-run films online during a pandemic. Half the proceeds from the virtual films go back to the local theater. Costs vary for each film, which is accessible for either 48 or 72 hours.

Here’s a look at new and current films streaming this weekend through Cinematheque and Cleveland Cinemas:

The Cleveland Institute of Art’s Cinematheque

OPENING FRIDAY

“The Black Book of Father Dinis”

Director Valeria Sarmiento’s latest project “The Black Book of Father Dinis” is viewed as an addendum to her late husband Raúl Ruiz’s expansive 2010 film “Mysteries of Lisbon.” Set in late 18th-century Rome, Venice, Paris and London, the lush new movie follows the romantic and opulent European adventures of an orphan and his nurse.

“Koshien: Japan’s Field of Dreams”

Japan loves baseball. One expression of that passion includes the country’s national high school baseball tournament held at Hanshin Koshien Stadium. Every year, more than 4,000 Japanese high school teams attempting to make it into the tournament. Documentarian Ema Ryan Yamazaki’s “Koshien: Japan’s Field of Dreams” covers the emotional journey of various players and teams competing in the 100th season of the popular contest, which boasts alumni such as Shohei Ohtani and Hideki Matsui.

“Collective”

Recently named Romania’s official entry for Best International Feature Film at the 2021 Academy Awards, Alexander Nanau’s gripping documentary “Collective” delves into the fallout from the Bucharest 2015 Colectiv nightclub fire, which killed or injured more than 200 people. Weaving together accounts from whistleblowers, newspaper reporters, government officials and burn victims, the impressive piece of investigative journalism uncovers deadly corruption within Romania’s healthcare industry.

“British Arrows Advertising Awards Greatest Hits”

Fans of “Mad Men” who aren’t familiar with the annual UK advertising British Arrows awards are in for a treat. The newly-released “British Arrows Advertising Awards Greatest Hits” looks back over the last five decades at witty and inventive commercials directed by Wes Anderson, Jonathan Glazer, Michel Gondry and Alan Parker. There are also seven new commercials made during the global pandemic lockdown.

“The Twentieth Century”

A fictionalized biopic of former Canadian politician William Lyon Mackenzie King may seem like something best viewed by academics and history buffs. However, Matthew Rankin’s clever new movie “The Twentieth Century” tells the bizarre, funny and irreverent story of a former prime minister’s rise to power.

“Toby Dammit” and “La Jetée”

The Cleveland Institute of Art’s Cinematheque makes good on its mission to present obscure and influential titles to discriminating viewers with a double bill featuring what are considered two of the best short films ever — “Toby Dammit” and “La Jetée.” Taken from an episode of the 1968 omnibus film “Spirits of the Dead,” the former is directed by Federico Fellini. The latter is a haunting, post-apocalyptic fantasy about memory, time travel and destiny.

STILL SHOWING

“Action USA”

Fans of B action movies will be interested in the mostly-forgotten late ’80s flick “Action USA.” Sure, the low-budget film, which includes one over-the-top stunt after another, has plenty of plot holes, but it’s the exploding cars and cheesy soundtrack that makes the flick a fun experience.

“African Violet”

Boasting a 100 percent critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes, “African Violet” finds an Iranian ex-wife — after learning her children put her former husband into a nursing home — taking care of her former spouse.

“Aggie”

New documentary “Aggie” profiles Cleveland-born art collector and philanthropist Agnes “Aggie” Gund, who has bridged the visual arts world with social justice concerns. The film’s creator is Gund’s Emmy Award-winning filmmaker daughter, Catherine. On a side note, Gund’s late brother George co-founded the Cleveland Cinematheque.

“Born to Be”

Documentarian Tania Cypriano takes viewers inside of New York City’s life-changing Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery. Featuring Dr. Jess Ting and some of his very diverse patients, the moving film highlights America’s first major hospital for transition-related healthcare.

“A Chef’s Voyage”

James Beard award-winning chef David Kinch, (“The Mind of a Chef”) highlights three legendary French chefs at their iconic restaurants in new documentary “A Chef’s Voyage.”

“Chuck Leavell: The Tree Man”

“Chuck Leavell: The Tree Man” tells the story of how when the great rock ‘n’ roll pianist isn’t touring the globe with The Rolling Stones, Leavell — a former U.S. Tree Farmer of the Year — can be found in the woods promoting environmental forestry. The documentary features Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton and Dickey Betts.

“Citizens of the World”

Gianni Di Gregorio’s new heart-warming comedy “Citizens of the World” involves retirees searching for a new country where they can stretch their pensions. The Italian seniors eventually land on Bulgaria, but the journey isn’t as smooth as expected.

“City Hall”

Frederick Wiseman reminds viewers all politics are local with his latest film “City Hall,” which has a 100 critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Cherished as America’s foremost chronicler of American institutions, the director turned his camera on the inner workings of the Boston municipal government with civil servants dealing with racial justice, affordable housing and homelessness.

“Coming Home Again”

Director Wayne Wang (“Chan Is Missing” and “The Joy Luck Club”) based his new film “Coming Home Again” on a New Yorker essay about a first-generation Korean-American man who returns to his San Francisco home to care for his ailing Korean mother.

“Divine Love”

Gabriel Mascaro’s erotic new film “Divine Love” is all about reuniting divorcees in a slightly futuristic Brazilian world of dance parties and Christian fundamentalism. However, attendees find themselves in a cult-like group where prayers and partner-swapping are the norm.

“Faust”

Featuring claymation, stop-motion animation, life-size puppets, live action and special effects, 1994 film “Faust” — which is not appropriate for children — is the work of great Czech animator and surrealist Jan Švankmajer.

“Fire Will Come”

Viewed as a director to keep an eye on, Oliver Laxe for this third feature “Fire Will Come” tells the story about a convicted arsonist starting the next chapter of his life while living with his elderly mother in her Galician mountain village.

“Francisca”

Nearly 40 years after its release, Manoel de Oliveira’s critically-acclaimed “Francisca” finally gets a stateside release. The lush film details a perverse, mutually-destructive love affair in which a 19th-century novelist and one of his closest friends pursue the same woman.

“Free Time”

Cherished documentary filmmaker Manfred Kirchheimer takes a nostalgic look at New York City of yesterday in “Free Time,” which features a series of snapshots and 16mm footage from 1958 and 1960. The gentle reflection of mid-20th century urban life is presented with a soundtrack featuring music by Ravel, Bach, Eisler and Count Basie.

“Ham on Rye”

Directed by Tyler Taormina, “Ham on Rye” is a different kind of coming-of-age comedy where youthful energy is tempered by the fear of adult responsibility. The smart film starts out with a John Hughes sensibility only to splinter into an off-kilter dystopia with the energy of “Dazed and Confused.”

“Koko-Di Koko-Da”

“Koko-Di Koko-Da” is a surreal, psychological horror film that tells the story of a grieving married couple searching for catharsis, but instead finding themselves menaced by nursery rhyme characters come to life from their late daughter’s music box. Director Johannes Nyholm explores the macabre nature of grief.

“Meeting the Beatles In India”

In 1968, Paul Saltzman — who was studying transcendental meditation with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi — unexpectedly crossed paths with the Fab Four. Now the Emmy Award-winning Canadian filmmaker has turned this experience into new documentary “Meeting the Beatles In India,” which is narrated by Morgan Freeman and includes never-before-seen personal photos.

“Monsoon”

Starring Henry Golding (“Crazy Rich Asians”), “Monsoon” tells the story of a British Vietnamese man who in the process of taking his parents’ ashes to his native country confronts his past while falling for an American whose father fought in the conflict.

“Native Son”

Pierre Chenal’s obscure 1951 film “Native Son” has not only been restored but also has been returned to its original length. The heavily-censored film made waves at the time of its release due to its story about a black man being the victim of institutional racism.

“NYICFF ¡Viva Kid Flicks!”

“NYICFF ¡Viva Kid Flicks!” features seven film shorts by directors from Argentina, Colombia, Cuba and Mexico. The Spanish-language material includes animated, live action and non-fiction works.

“Oliver Sacks: His Own Life”

Legendary neurologist and storyteller Oliver Sacks shares intimate details of his battles with drug addiction, homophobia and a medical establishment in new documentary “Oliver Sacks: His Own Life.”

“Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack”

The life of photorealism pioneer Audrey Flack, who is also a celebrated American painter and a sculptor, is examined in a new documentary. “Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack” delves into the feminist’s long-term struggles as the mother of a child with autism.

“Radium Girls”

Anyone who questions the need for OSHA and the EPA will want to watch “Radium Girls.” Set in 1920s New Jersey, the serious drama follows two sisters (actresses Joey King and Abby Quinn) who while working at the American Radium factory begin to experience mysterious health problems.

“Raining in the Mountain”

King Hu’s “Raining in The Mountain” features martial arts, mysticism and magnificent scenery at a secluded Buddhist monastery during the Ming Dynasty. Still relevant today, the recently-restored 1979 film focuses on the idea that power corrupts.

“Rialto”

Boasting a 100 percent critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes, “Rialto” stars Tom Vaughan-Lawlor (“Avengers: Infinity War”) and Tom Glynn-Carney (“Dunkirk”) in screenwriter Mark O’Halloran’s screen adaptation of his award-winning play “Trade.” The sensitive drama involves the unraveling of a middle-aged Dublin dockworker’s life.

“Smooth Talk”

Starring Laura Dern and Treat Williams, Joyce Chopra’s “Smooth Talk” is a coming-of-age drama about a teenage girl who meets a mysterious and menacing stranger. The newly-restored 1985 film, which also includes Mary Kay Place and Levon Helm, is based on the Joyce Carol Oates short story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?”

“Team Marco”

Director Julio Vincent Gambuto’s new film “Team Marco” is a delightful family comedy that finds a 12-year-old boy obsessed with video games leaving behind his game system for the newly-discovered game of bocce.

“The Wall of Mexico”

The notion of a wall keeping people out gets turned on its head in new feature film “The Wall of Mexico,” which finds a wealthy Mexican-American family walling off its ranch in order to keep poor white people from entering.

Cleveland Cinemas

OPENING FRIDAY

“Koshien: Japan’s Field of Dreams”

Japan loves baseball. One expression of that passion includes the country’s national high school baseball tournament held at Hanshin Koshien Stadium. Every year, more than 4,000 Japanese high school teams attempting to make it into the tournament. Documentarian Ema Ryan Yamazaki’s “Koshien: Japan’s Field of Dreams” covers the emotional journey of various players and teams competing in the 100th season of the popular contest, which boasts alumni such as Shohei Ohtani and Hideki Matsui.

STILL SHOWING

“Aggie”

New documentary “Aggie” profiles Cleveland-born art collector and philanthropist Agnes “Aggie” Gund, who has bridged the visual arts world with social justice concerns. The film’s creator is Gund’s Emmy Award-winning filmmaker daughter, Catherine. On a side note, Gund’s late brother George co-founded the Cleveland Cinematheque.

“Chuck Leavell: The Tree Man”

“Chuck Leavell: The Tree Man” tells the story of how when the great rock ‘n’ roll pianist isn’t touring the globe with The Rolling Stones, Leavell — a former U.S. Tree Farmer of the Year — can be found in the woods promoting environmental forestry. The documentary features Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton and Dickey Betts.

“Citizens of the World”

Gianni Di Gregorio’s new heart-warming comedy “Citizens of the World” finds retirees searching for a new country where they can stretch their pensions. The Italian seniors eventually land on Bulgaria, but the journey isn’t as smooth as expected.

“Coming Home Again”

Director Wayne Wang (“Chan Is Missing” and “The Joy Luck Club”) based his new film “Coming Home Again” on a New Yorker essay about a first-generation Korean-American man who returns to his San Francisco home to care for his ailing Korean mother.

“Luxor”

The effects of war-time trauma are examined in “Luxor,” which finds a British aid worker — hoping to put the past behind her — returning to the eponymous Egyptian city where she finds a former lover. The slow-burn drama is directed by Zeina Durra.

“Martin Eden”

Based on a Jack London novel that has been transposed to 20th-century Naples, Pietro Marcello’s “Martin Eden” focuses on a working-class sailor (Luca Marinelli of Netflix’s “The Old Guard”) who aspires to be a writer and thinker. Not only does he educate himself in order to elevate his station in life, but he also marries a young noblewoman.

“Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack”

The life of photorealism pioneer Audrey Flack, who is also a celebrated American painter and a sculptor, is examined in a new documentary. “Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack” delves into the feminist’s long-term struggles as the mother of a child with autism.

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The Craft Legacy Movie Illegally Uploaded by MovieGaga 2020-21. MovieGaga is a mainstream site that offers a bunch of Movies Bollywood, Hollywood in the English language, and also in Hindi Dubbed along with Tamil, Karnataka Tamil, and Telugu many other local languages as per the locales.

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Title: The Craft Legacy (2020)
Year: 2020
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror
Director: Zoe Lister-Jones
Stars: Cailee Spaeny, Charles Vandervaart, David Duchovny, Donald MacLean Jr., Gideon Adlon, Julian Grey, Lovie Simone, Michelle Monaghan, Nicholas Galitzine, Zoey Luna
Duration: 94 Minutes
Country: USA
Release Date: 28 – 10 – 2020

Synopsis The Craft Legacy  2020:

An eclectic foursome of aspiring teenage witches gets more than they bargained for as they lean into their newfound powers.

About MovieGaga 2020-21?

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MovieGaga 2020-21 is a standard website for old and new release movies also the information on upcoming movies. And sometimes the movie is not released in the theater and it will be available for the users to watch online or download to their computer are Mobile.

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MovieGaga 2020-21 illegally website gives the HD and UHD of recently released movies to their users as fast as movie release.

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How Did MovieGaga 2020-21 Emerge?

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The MovieGaga 2020-21 site started as a little site that used to transfer Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam. The site zeroed in essentially on the ongoing top films and got a huge climb in the number of its visitors. Such factors helped the site proceed to extend and have driven it to the popularity it has today.

However, since the webpage is a copyright content site, it has been hindered commonly in the past by the legislature. However the URL has still adjusted, so it has proceeded on itself.

Movies are the best amusement for some individuals. The best movies must be viewed in the theater. In any case, the lenient sites illegally release the films. How about we see which film is added to the theft list from this article.

What are the Movies illegally leaked by MovieGaga 2020-21?

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The authors of MovieGaga 2020-21 regularly illegally upload movies on their site. The MovieGaga 2020-21 has unlimited movies of all genres and TV shows, which are available on its site.

The MovieGaga 2020-21 sites have numerous types and illicit breaks discharge films in different dialects as well. Some of the movie’s names are, mentioned below that are illegally uploaded by MovieGaga 2020-21.

The Craft Legacy The Empty Man
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The Witches Rebecca
A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting The Kid Detective
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How Does MovieGaga 2020-21 Website Make Profit?

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The author of the website typically uploads a movie after releasing it to the cinema. Also, in some cases, the movie is also available online for watching and downloading before it available to the theaters even before it releases.

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Various individuals from unidentified spots lead site administration. Clients may look over film gatherings and import their number one motion pictures as effectively as they need. So as to stream motion pictures from the MovieGaga 2020-21 illegally site, the client will initially get to the web by entering the particular area name.

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Is MovieGaga 2020-21 Safe to Download a Movie?

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MovieGaga 2020-21 is certainly not a safe download webpage for motion pictures. While a great many individuals utilize the site to download the film since it gives the film for free, the site can uncover you and your information to programmers before the overall organization. So we favor you to download a film on the protected paid site.

Is it legal to use MovieGaga 2020-21 for Movie Download?

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The MovieGaga 2020-21 site advances theft, and any site advancing any online robbery content is illegal. That is the reason MovieGaga 2020-21 gives free admittance to motion pictures that don’t utilize the application.

In the event that you are utilizing the site, you may confront punishments on the web for illegal conduct. So we’d preferably keep you safe and utilize the correct legitimate site to stream your film.

How soon does MovieGaga 2020-21 release a new movie?

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MovieGaga 2020-21 the illegal site discharges old just as new films on its site. At the point when another film is delivered in the theater, this illegal site does robbery the film and transfers it on its site. Clients can get the most recent film download joins from MovieGaga 2020-21 illicit sites rapidly once the most recent film is delivered.

Streaming or downloading motion pictures from illegal sites like MovieGaga 2020-21, FMovies, Filmywap is wrongdoing. So we recommend not watching or downloading films from these sorts of illicit sites.

What are the movie file sizes available on MovieGaga 2020-21 Illegal Website?

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Distinctive web pages will permit you to get to different estimations of the motion pictures in case you’re downloading on the versatile web or PC. The accessible document measures that clients can select from the Movies wood Illegal Website are recorded beneath.

300MB dimension videos and movies 600MB dimension videos and movies
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There are a few sites on the web that permit you to watch your #1 recording and shows in the most ideal condition. Indeed, every one of these sites has pilfered duplicates of the shows and movies. These sites offer recordings of good quality and thusly fill in as a powerful option in contrast to this site.

All the substance on those sites is the pilfered form of the movies. Subsequently, the counter theft cells remain on watch. They would thus be able to get impeded whenever. Better believe it, it’s likewise a shrewd plan to consistently ensure nothing defers your amusement, to have substitute sites nearby.

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What Movie Categories Available on MovieGaga 2020-21 website

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There is a thorough choice of film types accessible on MovieGaga 2020-21. Regardless of whether you’re a major devotee of South Indian motion pictures or need to go on science fiction undertakings like Star Wars, this site will have you engaged with its inconceivable assortment of choices.

Numerous who love provincial movies will even value any of the new films and recordings on their foundation without pondering any mystery charges. A portion of the famous classifications you can pick include:

 Hollywood Movies Bollywood Movies
Punjabi Movies South Indian Movies
Latest TV Shows

 How MovieGaga 2020-21 is popular?

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MovieGaga 2020-21 has a worldwide Alexa Rank of 785,524, as indicated by Alexa.com, a site that gives insights on sites across various classes. This rank depends on Alexa.com’s traffic information accumulated over an enormous number of web clients around the world.

MovieGaga 2020-21’s achievement has filled over the most recent 90 days, as indicated by Alexa.com since its Global Alexa Rank has moved from 980,227 to 785,705.

Moreover, Alexa.com reports that 1 site on this site is perused consistently per client with the normal time spent on the stage being 0.53 minutes (This data was recorded as found at Alexa.com on April 9, 2020, and Fresherslive.com doesn’t express the realness of this data nor does it take any risk for the equivalent).

What Makes MovieGaga 2020-21 Special?

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We’ve just talked about how MovieGaga 2020-21 is unquestionably more famous than any free site downloading contemporary films. Today, some interesting highlights made MovieGaga 2020-21 such a mainstream site. In this way, here is one kind highlight MovieGaga 2020-21 makes uncommon.

  • This site is open from any piece of the world. So regardless of where you will be, you can experience the site with a hint of the finger. That has brought the site traffic from the worldwide level and increment the number of clients.
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Is it Illegal to watch or download movies, web-series, TV Serials, OTT Movies, OTT web-series online from MovieGaga 2020-21?

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MovieGaga 2020-21 is a site distributing pilfered films, TV serials, web-arrangement, OTT unique web arrangement, OTT unique motion pictures. Since it is pilfered content, the law denies an individual from visiting such sites.

Every nation has its own control system to evade such sites from stacking in their nations. In the event that we visit such sites through illicit methods, at that point it is viewed as an offense.

Every nation has its own laws and disciplines for people watching copyrighted work on pilfered locales. In many nations, a substantial fine is forced for clients to watch copyrighted substance from the pilfered site.

In spite of the hefty fine, some nation has laws that can even capture an individual for watching illicit/restricted substance on the web. Along these lines, if it’s not too much trouble read the digital law in your area and attempt to remain safe.

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