Arts & Culture
Check out five notable places to go in the Nutmeg State to buy the yarn and/or learn the skills of this ancient art.
On January 20, the second inauguration of Barack Obama will officially occur at the White House, but January 21 will have all the pomp and circumstance. Here are a few things you can do in Connecticut to get into the spirit of the American presidency.
If you’re not riding high on the World Wide Web wave, then you better get yourself to a computer class fast.
You can always come away with a great idea for decorating by checking in with artist Michele Hofbauer.
J.R.R. Tolkien had no idea what he was starting when, as a professor of languages at Oxford, he began creating his own language. That imaginary language set the stage for a world that existed vividly in his mind. It became known as Middle Earth.
Who said that you can’t judge a book by its cover? Sometimes, you can – especially if it’s a book about the beautiful state of Connecticut.
Discovering treasures at unexpected locations is as delightful as unwrapping a surprise gift.
Traveling across Connecticut, you are constantly reminded of the Native American historical roots of the area, which was once home to at least 17 tribes. November is Native American Heritage Month and is both a reminder of who lived on the land before Europeans got here and an opportunity to better understand those people and their history. Here are a few ways to celebrate and honor this heritage.
These are not Halloween-decorated haunted venues. These are the real thing.
Snow on the ground, a chill in the air and stages filled with the sights, sounds and voices of Christmas bring holiday cheer to all. The holiday favorites are all back once again, and while there are plenty of Nutcrackers and dancing candy canes to choose from, here are five other offerings sure to brighten an already wonderful season.