Arts & Culture
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.
Here are some of the fun ways you can help various charitable organizations over the next three months.
Discover more about the Amistad incident and the town of Farmington with this walking tour.
Museums provide a great date setting because they are dynamic, interactive, exploratory, subjective and spark conversation. Here are the top museums for dates in Connecticut.
Many of these stores offer regular story times, invite children’s book authors and host events aimed at attracting and encouraging kids to read. Here are just five of the top children’s bookstores in Connecticut.
Families can preserve the sanctity of Memorial Day while maintaining hope for the future and joy in the present. No matter what state you call home, there are many ways to mark the day.
Inside every kid lives an artist, and fortunately in Connecticut, there are many centers, workshops, galleries and schools that are eager to help bring that creative soul to light.
Not all movies have mega million backers. Some of the most cutting-edge, foreign, artistic and/or controversial films are produced by independent film makers and directors. Here are five of the top indie movie theaters in Connecticut.