With the sound of the waves rushing up to the shore, the aroma of freshly baked and stuffed lobsters, fresh cooked clams and sautéed sole, as well as the sound of seagulls squawking over head, one has to wonder why Connecticut’s seafood restaurants even need a sign announcing their specialties.
Realizing just how much women have contributed to the nation’s history, the entire month of March is now deemed “National Women’s History Month.” Happily, there are plenty of places in Connecticut celebrating women this month with events, activities, art and lectures.
Ensure the first bite of your wedding cake is delicious by ordering it from one of these Connecticut bakers.
Since winters in Connecticut can send chills straight to and through the bone, many residents turn to comedy to defrost their funny bones. Here are some of the upcoming comedy shows that will have Connecticut Yankees laughing all the way through winter.
Attention chocoholics, Connecticut has some of the most delicious handmade chocolates in the country.
Here’s where Valentine aficionados need to be on February 14, 2014. Ahh – love is in the air.
Visiting a literary landmark is not like visiting a museum. It is one special place that exudes a distinct personality.
Winters in Connecticut are cold and often after shoveling snow or cleaning ice off of cars, the only thing that can really warm up a Connecticut Yankee is a bowl of hot chili.
Here are only five of the many wonderful dance and fitness schools throughout Connecticut.
With so many fine places to find handmade jewelry in Connecticut, it’s not surprising that jewelry artists flock to art centers to sell their gorgeous wares.