In This Issue:
Their careers as rock superstars fizzled out before it began, but their fans never forgot the band that took the Northeast by storm in the mid-'60s.
Looking for a top-to-bottom home renovation? Or maybe you just want to freshen things up a bit? Well, now that spring is upon us, it’s the perfect time to make some changes. Here we have endless design, decor and shopping ideas and resources to take your living spaces to new heights.
This & That
It’s Connecticut Magazine’s 50th anniversary year, so throughout 2021 we’re looking back through our archives from each month and remembering some of the moments that have helped shaped our state.
It’s not only the records themselves—it's the sights, sounds and souls of brick-and-mortar music shops that we miss.
“When you look at the position, when you look at the mass grave, when you look at the demographics, it all suggests military.”
Citizen-science project volunteers collect data for scientific studies of wildlife populations, climate change and other environmental topics.
Catching up on recent news, people and trends around Connecticut.
Where & When
Located on the Rhode Island border, the "caves" feel like a trip back in time, to terrain fit for prehistoric beasts.
The long story of the little theater in the Stony Creek section of Branford is about to get a new act.
Our top picks for events happening around the state this month.
These longtime farmers are hoping to start a new springtime tradition.
Home & Living
Monet Water Lilies umbrella
Photography by Stefan Radtke
Whether driven by a concern for the Earth or their health, choices that are good for one often help the other.
Shopping for an app to invest? Here are a few to consider.
Feeling a bit short on hope these days? Perhaps it’s time to plant some.
Eat & Drink
Sometimes a drink can transport you to an exotic world and make you forget about today’s troubles.
Our wine expert takes a close look at three great wines available for sale here in Connecticut.
Think of the multi-course experience as a guided adventure in dining.
Besides the financial opportunity, Robinson wants more people of color to experience the craft beer world's culture and community.
By day, it’s a coffeehouse. On weekend mornings, it’s a hopping brunch spot. And on weekend evenings, it’s an after-hours cocktail and dessert destination.
The brewery’s June 2020 opening, more than four years in the making, was preceded by a roller coaster of events.
Over the past year, birria tacos have become the “it” foods of Instagram and TikTok.
The Last Word
Her insightful discussions of complex topics, intelligent approach to analysis and commentary, and no-nonsense style have helped Face the Nation take the top spot in the Sunday morning news ratings.