From Christmas favorites to Broadway blockbusters, and from dark Bergman drama to some lighter fare, the Connecticut theater scene has much to offer from late December through February.
Entertainment, cultural events, sporting events and seasonal treasures are some of the focal points of what 2015 has to offer in the Nutmeg State.
Hop in the car and take a drive around some of Connecticut’s best lit neighborhoods. Each holiday season there are “those houses” that are known for their dedication to putting up the best holiday light displays. Some even synchronize their lights to music.
Here are some crafting tips and ideas from Alexandra, whose charity, the Pink Pom-Pom Project, offers comfort, solace and support to cancer victims and their families through crafts.
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.
Whether it is a snowy slope, a whitewater river, a quiet forest campground or a bicycle trail, wherever the outdoor adventurer wants to go, they will find some great places in Connecticut to rent just about everything they will need for a memorable and safe adventure.
Bundle up and bring the family to one of these top tree farms in the state to fill your home with holiday cheer.
Here are some of the state’s best acts that we’re sure to hear more from in the coming months and years.
For the first time in more than four years, Connecticut motorists are paying less than $3 a gallon for regular gas.
When finding a place to eat out, it’s easy to go to one of your local favorites. Take the challenge of trying something new at one of Connecticut’s best new restaurants around the state.