From centuries-old classics to 2014 premieres, these are the best shows worth attending this autumn.
At one time Connecticut’s co-capital city, New Haven is teeming with fine dining, culture and entertainment. There’s no way you can get to everything the city has to offer in one day, but the Chapel Street Historic District is a good place to start.
Whether looking to up your game or just have a good day out, those who want a day at bat have a lot of choices in Connecticut.
Watching the games is always more fun when you surround yourself with good friends and great food and drink, and these state sports bars allow you to do just that.
Every cook likes to show off their best work, and Chef Kashia Cave of Meriden’s My City Kitchen is no exception. Here are her personal top three recipes for easy entrees to bring to a tailgate party.
There are a number of great sports bars in Connecticut that will have the matches up on some if not most or even all of their screens. Here are just five top bars to watch the U.S. Open in Connecticut.
Ice cream sundaes taste delicious any time of year, but they’re especially hard to resist in the summer. Here are the best places in Connecticut to treat yourself before the season ends.
“Even if you can’t afford it, it’s still nice to look and dream,” says Connecticut wardrobe and image consultant and fashion blogger Pam Friedlander about online shopping. Here are five of her top go-to sites for ideas and for deals.
Whether the museum-goer wants to travel to the colonial era, walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs, view a great art collection or march about the battlements of a castle, here are just five of the top museums in Connecticut that offer tours to their visitors.
Here are five of the top outdoor basketball courts in the Nutmeg State.