Arts & Culture
If, as the saying goes, laughter is the best medicine, then Connecticut has plenty of spots that will help you feel better. There have never been as many talented stand up comedians working as there are today, and many of them can be seen here in the state. From intimate clubs to spacious theaters, these are the best Connecticut venues to catch both established names and the aspiring next generation of comedy superstars.
As an American citizen, you find that there’s an abundance of nationalities in this country. When you call your local cable company to order services or speak to customer care you are asked to press specific buttons if you speak a different language, or even call a different number if you are hearing impaired. For this reason, being a bi-lingual or a multi-lingual person is a huge advantage for any person. Thus, knowing the Best Connecticut Language Classes is beneficial to anyone willing to learn.
The artistic heart of Connecticut beats in the center of the state’s capital city. Hartford is home to the nation’s oldest continually operating art museum, as well as one of the country’s most modern and advanced museums of science. The city itself is built around a great park, itself both a display of nature’s art and home to massive sculptures.
Events are scheduled all across the state of Connecticut to honor and celebrate LGBT pride. These events are hosted by local LGBT organizations such as True Colors, Triangle Community Center and CLARO. They provide the opportunity to celebrate, meet new peers from the community, and enjoy fun entertainment. Most of these events are free with the exception of the Rainbow Ball.
We have become snap-happy with our smartphones and apps over the past few years. With May being National Photography Month, here are a few tips on how to take higher-quality pictures with your phone from a Connecticut photograph professional.
This episode of Foursquare on The Pin covers New York City’s new Whitney Museum and other art favorites.
After a long, cold, dreary winter, people and especially families in Connecticut long to enjoy the warm breezes and bright sun of Spring. Every weekend in Spring there are festivals and fairs and other outdoor entertainments to tempt Nutmeggers out of doors.
Human kind has only one home, and like every home, it needs a spring cleaning and a sprucing up. Earth Day, April 22, was created to do just that, and around the country and around the world people mark it by cleaning up green spaces and making more spaces green.
The days leading up to Easter Sunday are packed with events in honor of the Bunny and his chocolate eggs – or at least that is how things seem to shape up every Easter in Connecticut. This year is no different, with Easter egg hunts, train rides with the Easter Bunny and fairs for children.
From light-hearted musical love stories to biting political satires, and from classic comedies of manners to world premiere historical dramas, Connecticut’s stages have it all this spring.