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Thursday, October 1, 2020
Connecticut is a spooky state in the best possible way. It is the site of the first American Witch Trials, predating those to occur in Salem by 30 years. The state is home to dozens of purportedly haunted cemeteries...
As the 2020 U.S. Open comes to a close, we get an inside look into how the championship ultimately came together this season. We recently interviewed three-time Grand Slam champion and Olympic Gold-Medalist Lindsay Davenport just before the women's...
The U.S. Open playoffs began August 31st and goes until Sunday, September 13, 2020. Of course, front row seats to the playoff or the main event at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens is the best...
When Vinny and Debbie Gianetto, and Dr. Jack and Michele McHugh purchased the land that would eventually become Hawk Ridge Winery. The initial plan was to turn the land into a subdivision. But, after seeing the sprawling...
If you happen to be spending Independence day in Connecticut, you are in luck. Despite numerous cancellations and postponements due to COVID-19, there are still plenty of events taking place. These are our top 5 picks for...
Mango lovers around the world can catch a taste of St. Lucia's staple summer fruit, virtually! Jade Mountain's Chef Allen Susser will host ‘Mango Madness Festival At Home’ with Top Chef’s Nina Compton. Viewers can catch mango...
On, Sunday, May 31st, celebrate the start of the season at home with a virtual wine and cheese tasting with some of New York's finest small businesses. Each May while we are busy...
Maple Sugar Festival Weekend took place on Saturday and Sunday March 7th and 8th at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center. Guests were treated to exhibits of all kinds, live music, and an all-day pancake cafe. The...
On Tuesday, March 3rd beginning at 6:30pm, the Children's Museum of the East End (CMEE) celebrated a sold-out City Fête in Manhattan. City Fête is the Museum's gala fundraiser, which this year successfully raised over $200K.
Each winter as the northern rivers freeze and fishing becomes impossible for birds of prey Bald Eagles make a journey south to find nesting grounds and open waters for hunting. The Connecticut River is one of their...