Arts & Culture
National Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15 through October 15, although some events extend into the end of October. Connecticut has a list of its own celebrations including family-friendly activities, music celebrations, film and live entertainment.
Anyone in Connecticut who wants to know where to find the best beer, the most affordable restaurants, the trendiest clothes or the most unbelievable bargains can find the answers to their questions in a blog.
Most art museums are just too quiet, too formal and too stuffy for kids. Connecticut, however, has many museums where children are not only welcome but also encouraged to play, make noise and even make their own art.
From centuries-old classics to 2014 premieres, these are the best shows worth attending this autumn.
Whether the museum-goer wants to travel to the colonial era, walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs, view a great art collection or march about the battlements of a castle, here are just five of the top museums in Connecticut that offer tours to their visitors.
From fossilized dinosaur tracks to explorations of Mars, and a lot in between, there are museums and other centers in the state that will intrigue as well as teach visitors about the wonders of science.
Of the hundreds of churches in the state, these really stand out.
Whether it’s your local theater or the great theaters that bear the names of some treasured Connecticut icons such as Katharine Hepburn or Eugene O’Neill, you don’t have to travel far to become part of the dynamic theater community.
Movies, computers, tablets and television are all well and good, but there is nothing that can compare to seeing live actors on stage. Here are just five of the upcoming children’s shows parents should check out.
Here are just five of the top meditation centers in the state for those who are curious, in need of or seek to attain a higher level of meditative bliss.