An expected snow day can be stressful for parents because they have to think of things other than television or computer screens to keep kids occupied at home. For some better suggestions, we turned to Stamford schoolteacher Danielle Madalon.
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.
Whatever your guy’s needs or interests, you’re bound to find something suitable for Valentine’s Day at one of these Connecticut shops.
Get your kids involved with a new activity at these martial arts classes in Connecticut.
Connecticut’s location in the Northeast means there is no shortage of restaurants that serve fresh seafood. Whether you like them steamed, boiled or roasted, as part of a large entree, or just by themselves, the mussels at these establishments will leave you satisfied.
From fundraisers to cultural events, here are the best ways to celebrate King’s holiday in the state this year.
Consider these local companies when you want to look radiant without worrying about what you’re putting on your body.
Stamford’s award-winning restaurant Napa and Co. has, in addition to its massive wine selection, an impressive offering of cocktails mixed by Bar Manager Eric Ribeiro. So we asked him about his latest hot drinks to enjoy this season.
These are the rookie cocktail bars that made the best impression this past year.
2014 saw trends toward meals that are healthier and go beyond the ordinary. To find out which of these trends are likely to continue beyond this year, we spoke to Robin Selden, Managing Partner and Executive Chef at Marcia Selden Catering & Event Planning in Stamford.