In This Issue:
A balmy winter saw home sales tick up early this year. But will millennial demand for starter homes finally trigger long-term market movement?
Median single-family home sale prices are on fire in these eight towns and cities.
There's a housing style out there for just about anybody. These popular styles are flying off the market all over Connecticut,
See the trends in your town for single-family home sales over the last several years.
Looking for a competitive edge this buying and selling season? We got you covered.
Lifelong Connecticut resident Janet Ventriglia has worked as a hair and makeup pro for countless celebrities and the wrestling elite.
Lyme disease is a specter living among us, a dark cloud casting an ominous shadow of fear and anxiety over our state. Whether those fears are justified or unnecessary depends on who you ask.
This & That
This month people all across the country will start carrying a little piece of our state’s history in their pockets.
Whether in a war zone or refugee camp, Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Lynsey Addario has spent her career on the front line armed with little more than a lens.
At his home he has more than 100 trophies on display, and he’s looking forward to the Masters National Championship in Pittsburgh in July.
A strange, half-cat, half-dog creature with a bit of bear thrown into the ungodly mix was said to be prowling the woods of Essex.
Recent news you might have missed from around Connecticut.
Where & When
In recent years, a new sense of vibrancy has built off the city’s rich history, wealth of cultural resources and often stunning natural beauty.
In January, the performing arts conservatory launched its 18-month centennial celebration, Hartt100, featuring more than 650 performances.
Plus: It's love at first sight when South Pacific comes to the Goodspeed in East Haddam.
“What a story is really about is putting events in context,” says Bill Harley. “When you figure out the context of an event, that’s what defines the meaning of a story.”
Home & Living
Does drinking cause cancer? The headlines appear contradictory.
A rain garden can be a beautiful element of your yard, and provides ecological benefits as well.
After a fire ravaged their house in Stonington, Michael and Kathy McKinley decided to design a home for both today and the future.
There is financial heft behind the emerging crop of so-called “iBuyers," online companies that will scoop up your home in record time.
Liven up your garden with the Connecticut-made accessories.
Eat & Drink
Worldwide, goat is a celebrated cuisine. Frederic Kieffer, executive chef at Artisan and L’Escale in Greenwich, wants to bring it into the mainstream here.
Constantine “Dino” Kolitsas wants to expand Greek food beyond the diners and grab-and-go pizzerias where it is most commonly found in Connecticut.
“It will fill your kitchen with deep aromas of garlic, onion, prosciutto, tomatoes and basil," says Chef Alicia Cutchin. "Sometimes I eat it cold for breakfast — it’s that good.”
Whether its the first course or a first encounter, these wine suggestions will help you get you things off to a great start.
Brandon Collins stood at his station on the canning line at Black Hog Brewing in Oxford, looking out across the brewhouse. An unpaid intern with a master’s degree in chemistry, his 13 years as a protein crystallographer in the pharmaceutical industry shaping his vision, Collins started to se…
“The concept honestly was something I knew the area didn’t have,” Tony Camilleri says of this fun and inviting Mexican-Spanish spot.