Visting Harney & Sons tea shop and café in Millerton, N.Y., and touring the tea production facility is a perfect summer day trip.
After a renovation, an abrupt closing and new ownership, the White Hart Inn is back.
Outer Light Brewing Co. has been pouring beer since April but will hold its grand opening on May 30.
The northeast portion of the state may have to be renamed the Not-So-Quiet Corner, at least for the month of June.
The best-selling author's latest book, "In the Unlkely Event," revolves around a series of real-life plane crashes from the 1950s.
Memorial Day weekend is packed with parades, ceremonies, festivals and events. Check out the Robin Hood Springtime Festival, Heirloom Festival, Salute to Summer and more.
Discerning shoppers, unleash your wallets. Tanger Outlets at Foxwoods is officially open for business, which means discounts and deals at stores such as American Eagle Outfitters, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Coach, Fossil, Gap, H&M, J.Crew, LOFT, Michael Kors,...
Theater legend Robert Avian is known for the unique style, class and poetic depth of his works. It is no wonder why some 40 years ago he took what was a hunting lodge that needed some tender loving care in the bucolic town of Kent, Conn., and turned it into a impeccably tasteful, idyllic retreat,...
Historical fashions act as inspiration for new looks in the Connecticut Historical Society's upcoming event, Haute History: A Vintage-Inspired Fashion Show on May 9 in Hartford.
Griffin Hospital in Derby and New Milford Hospital completely revitalized their food programs, tossing out the fryers and bringing in the fresh produce, in an effort to improve health and wellness through nutrition.
Ten years ago, Mia Ekbergh, an artist who lives in Naugatuck, developed a bad infection in her left eye, possibly from a contaminated contact lens.
The March of Dimes, established in 1938, has tackled a number of issues for babies from polio to birth defects, and now their latest crusade, premature birth.
During the 19th century, dying at sea wasn’t unusual, but what happened to Sluman Gray afterward was.
The historic reproduction of one of history’s most famous ships has returned to its home port after undergoing several months of restoration work in Mystic.
The Ghosts of New England Research Society prepares to investigate the historic houses this weekend.
Dozens of great places to go and things to do, all across Connecticut this summer. Come on and have some fun!
A look at a few of the famous—and infamous—cases of spying in Connecticut history, from Nathan Hale to secret satellite programs.
Seven years after a tragic death and the end of a long court process, questions still linger.