April 2019

Let's be blunt: Cannabis isn't just coming to Connecticut — in many ways it's already here. From college labs to grow rooms, hospitals to software firms, a network of cannabis connection is sprouting up around the state. As full legalization looks more and more likely, the business is only poised to grow … but not everybody is convinced that all of the facts are in. We've also got a look at new home trends in kitchens and in decks, and visit with "Scrabble Queen" Cornelia Guest, who is training up young players of the word game into national champions.

In This Issue:

Instead of a traditional shower, a group day at the spa can offer an opportunity for friends and family members to get together, disconnect from devices and celebrate the bride.

This & That

Where & When

David Hein and Irene Sankoff thought the idea was far-fetched when it was first suggested they write a musical about what happened after 9/11 when 38 planes that were in the air were diverted to Gander, Newfoundland, population 11,000.

Eat & Drink

If you need a lesson in the way special interests can influence government, look no further than Connecticut beer.


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