In This Issue:
Our local expert gives you the dirt on how and where to plant to get the most from your garden.
Scientists are deployed predator insects to fight invasive species that are wreaking havoc on Connecticut’s environment. So far it seems to be working.
From layering plants to finding the right plants for your space, find your garden match made in heaven.
This & That
Catching up on recent news, people and trends around Connecticut.
They will be back with us soon, by late May or June, those monarch butterflies, a sight more beautiful and welcome this year than ever before.
Raoul Lufbery’s skill as a marksman, obsessive attention to mechanical detail and determination allowed him to become America’s first World War I flying ace.
A love of dance has made her a pillar of the Greater Hartford community and uncovered new perspectives through dance for underserved populations throughout the area.
Health officials ordered schools and bars closed. People were urged to wear cotton face masks and avoid crowds.
Where & When
Our top picks for events around the state this month.
Curling up with a good book is on the Mount Rushmore of rainy-day activities. And what’s better than absorbing another 100 pages under an umbrella poolside on vacation?
There are plenty of places off Connecticut's beaten path where hikers can find peace, solitude and that suddenly all-important 6-foot social distancing
Home & Living
Like the human body, the lifeblood of the U.S. economy has proven over and over its incredible powers of resilience and restoration.
Still the “new normal” for many, local experts say it is vital to create a designated space to work or study from home.
When Meghan De Maria and her family moved from New York to a house in Southport, she relished the opportunity to style her new home.
She's always been there for you. Let mom know how much you mean to her.
With the coronavirus pandemic disrupting our lives in ways large and small, we’re all feeling anxious and on edge, mental health experts say. Here are some ways to stay mentally fit.
Eat & Drink
Like vinyl records and high-waisted jeans, the milkman has made a comeback.
If you want to branch out from guacamole and avocado toast, here’s a dish that highlights the avocado’s enjoyable simplicity, courtesy of Attilio Marini, chef-owner of Cast Iron Chef Chophouse & Oyster Bar in New Haven.
Our wine expert takes a close look at three great wines available for sale here in Connecticut.
Until recently, Ted Dumbauld never considered producing hand sanitizer at SoNo 1420, the Norwalk distillery he co-owns. In fact, there would have been few bigger insults you could have hurled at him or any other distiller than to compare their booze to an alcohol-based cleaning product. But …
As grocery stores struggle to keep their shelves stocked during the coronavirus pandemic, local farm stands are an increasingly appealing option to many.
The Last Word
The Norwich resident is suing Harvard University for ownership of photos taken in 1850 of an enslaved man and his daughter, who she believes are her ancestors.