You may be in Connecticut but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras is this February 17, 2015. Whether you want to make a night of dancing and New Orleans-style music or celebrate the culture through food, there are events throughout the state this Fat Tuesday as well as throughout the week.
The incredible, edible egg, as the jingle goes, is among the most versatile of ingredients. Here are just five of the top egg dishes in Connecticut, and the restaurants, cafes and diners where they can be found.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) Connecticut auto dealers are making it clear to state lawmakers they oppose legislation that would allow an electric car maker to sell vehicles directly to consumers. Owners and managers of dealerships planned […]
Sure, Valentine’s Day is supposed to be for couples, but that doesn’t mean those who are unattached can’t enjoy the day as well. Connecticut has plenty going on this year to make that easy.
Restaurants around the state of Connecticut offer romantic atmospheres that set the mood for an enjoyable evening. Make reservations at one these fine dining establishments when planning your next date night.
Whatever your guy’s needs or interests, you’re bound to find something suitable for Valentine’s Day at one of these Connecticut shops.
Valentine’s Day is for lovers, and what better way to get in the mood than a night of romance at the theater?
Connecticut is home to a lot of wealthy people, and its finest hotels compete to provide them and their visitors with luxurious accommodations, sumptuous menus and memorable services. Here are just five of the top luxury hotels in Connecticut.
What to do with the kids after the last bell rings is both a challenge and a problem for many parents. It is also something of great concern to a lot of students, especially those of high school age, who need more than just a play date or someone to watch them. Here are just five ideas for after-school activities from an expert in the field.
As is usually the case, the Legislature is spending the bulk of tax revenues and the settlement with Big Tobacco on unrelated needs. What needs, you ask? Never mind- it’s none of your business.