Family & Pets
Whether you are a Rat or Rabbit, Dragon or Snake, Lunar New Year is a fun and exciting Chinese holiday as well as the most significant of the year.
The homeschooling community is strong across the state and willing to help newcomers bridge the gaps they may feel exist in taking a different approach to education.
Cooking with children should be messy, exciting and fun; at least that’s what Connecticut chefs Kashia Cave and Cindy Hartog, who have devoted their careers to kitchen crafts with kids, believe.
With the holidays fast approaching, pamper the pet lover on your shopping list with a special item that shows you understand how important pets are.
Festivals of Light in Connecticut are so widespread that come December, just about every town has some official display.
Whether you prefer to be a part of history or to make your own, this Thanksgiving, enjoy it all from soup to nuts with activities to please everyone’s palate.
Whether you are trying to hang on to summer or can’t wait for the arctic air, there’s a little something available for everyone. Now is the time to plan that fall getaway and enjoy.
There are plenty of options for your kids to get their ghoulish groove on and stay safe.
Connecticut has a long history that has resulted in haunted relics still in existence today. Additionally, there are innumerable simulated haunted events and venues to enthrall adults and kids alike that come alive in the fall.
While budget cuts and a weak economy have taken their toll, there are still places and programs in Connecticut for children, including those whose primary language is not English but Spanish. Here are five of the most highly recommended.