Kids are great, but moms and dads need time with each other and with others their own age. And while going out to dinner and a movie is always fun, there are many other things for parents to do in Connecticut.
India is not just a nation; it is a subcontinent of nations, with regional cooking as varied and as different as that of Europe. Here are just five great places in Connecticut to sample a taste of that wonderful and exotic world of fine and fun cuisine.
Here are just five places in Connecticut where budding potters can learn the ancient and inspiring techniques of ceramics.
It is easy for people and businesses to live green, once somebody shows them how to do it. Fortunately in Connecticut, there are organizations with people who are eager and qualified to help those who want to learn about living green.
Here are just five of the many arboretums in Connecticut where both the old and new forests are celebrated, and where visitors can both appreciate and learn about the great trees that stand guard over the state and its environment.
Eating healthy, green, lean and clean is something that even a child can learn – provided they have a teacher like Chef Kashia Cave. The classically trained chef has eschewed the world of commercial cuisine to commit herself to teaching young people how to make healthy, sensible and affordable food choices.
A man who cannot look good in a suit has only himself, and his tailor, to blame. Sadly, most men these days just grab a suit off the rack – and with predictable results. Fortunately, there are still men like Enzo Valentino at hand to rescue such rumpled fellows.
While available on almost every corner in Connecticut, from chain coffee and donut stores to quickie marts, there are places that make truly wonderful, unique cups of hot chocolate that are worth going out of the way to order. Five such places are presented here.
Choirs that bring together community singers and choirs that train young voices can be found in many parts of the state. Here are but five of the many great choirs of Connecticut.
In the days before “big agriculture” and “corporate farming,” all farming and all farmers were “green.” Many farms still are; especially those diminishing few who still run their family farms. Brothers Matt and Ben Freund are just such a pair of green farmers.