Arts & Culture
When there is an occasion for great happiness or great sadness, people cannot always find the right words to celebrate or mourn with. They turn to their poets for the perfect words. Connecticut has many such gifted men and women.
Choirs that bring together community singers and choirs that train young voices can be found in many parts of the state. Here are but five of the many great choirs of Connecticut.
There’s something about these pyrotechnics that light up the night sky and burst into colorful designs that never fail to bring cheering from onlookers. The good news is that fireworks are no longer limited to celebrating the Fourth of July.
The saying is that it is better to give than to receive. All of these Connecticut organizations would love to receive whatever you can give this holiday season.
Here are some events in Connecticut that are perfect ways to show our veterans how much we appreciate them.
A state with an abundance of superior colleges and universities as well as exceptional regional theaters, it is not surprising that Connecticut is known for outstanding college theater productions.
As one of the original 13 colonies, Connecticut is rich in history – and apparently also in ghosts. Famous, infamous and even ordinary residents of the state allegedly still linger in spirit form in its stately homes, abandoned villages and, of course, its graveyards.
Many Connecticut brick-and-mortar bookstores have extremely comfortable coffee/café corners. Here are five of the best.
Here are some top people on Twitter to follow to know what’s going on in the art world in Connecticut.
Five ways to learn about Hispanic history and Hispanic Heritage Month in Connecticut are listed here for your convenience. Join the fun.