In This Issue:
One year after her sudden death, her closest friend and co-anchor for over two decades, Dennis House, and others who knew her best reflect on her life and legacy.
It’s the holidays — the giving time of year. And this giving season might be one of the most important ones ever. Why not do some good? We’ll get you started with a complete guide to volunteering, donating, being better and making a difference. Plus, a look how the millennial generation is s…
Whether you need the perfect gift for the foodie in your life or a delicious addition to your holiday feast, these culinary creators will keep you happy over the holidays.
This & That
"My thought process is childlike. It’s good to be childlike. I think that’s a precious quality.”
These dealers in the rare and curious cater to book lovers with special tastes.
Firearms are her “passion,” a passion so great that she started a YouTube channel about three years ago to share her love and knowledge of them.
Catching up on recent news, people and trends around Connecticut.
Judge Nathan Wheeler was in the midst of his early-morning stroll when he saw the light.
Where & When
Our top picks for events happening around the state this month.
The Connecticut choral world is using online technology to adapt to the bizarre music scene of 2020.
Welcome to nature’s classroom, where both the natural world and human history intersect.
Home & Living
Want to save your local shop? Bail them out this holiday season with any splurge you might be able to spare.
Houseplants are huge right now. Here are favorites from indoor-gardening experts from around the state to get you started.
A healthy microbiome filled with diverse bacteria can help fight a number of diseases and ailments.
This family home was almost completely refurbished, but generations of memories remain intact.
Eat & Drink
In its simplest form, the idea is to take a great comfort food dish and put it on a pizza.
Our wine expert takes a close look at three great wines available for sale here in Connecticut.
These delightful dessert creations will entertain your sweet tooth for the holidays and all year long.
Opened in September, Bergen House is one of only a handful of Connecticut meaderies.
Everything, even the pastries, is made with sourdough ferments.
The two-patty, three-bun stack burger is addictively good and reminded us of Shake Shack’s famous burgers.