Arts & Culture
Not everyone in Connecticut likes the great outdoors in winter. For those who eschew skiing, sledding, skating and other snowy activities, there are still plenty of options where entire families can go to have fun, be entertained, look at and sample all kinds of cool stuff.
There are more things to do in Connecticut over the holidays than there are people and things in the popular seasonal song “The Twelve Days of Christmas.”
Connecticut has an abundance of galleries and museums that will be hosting art events this winter. From exhibitions and receptions to competitions and workshops, there is something for every art enthusiast to enjoy this season.
Classical music is not just the music of dead masters, especially not in Connecticut and not this season.
Here are just five of the top Veterans Day events in Connecticut for 2014.
Check out these upcoming performances from Connecticut colleges that are sure to impress.
It is still possible to dine while watching theater in Connecticut, and not just in the handful of cinema and draft houses scattered about the state.
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.