In This Issue:
A cold case detective hopes to finally bring some kind of peace to the family of 1982 murder victim—and, perhaps, find the key to a series of murders that have long haunted the capital region.
This & That
Taking a look back at our archives and notable events from this month in state history.
Stories of a spectral hound haunting the Hanging Hills of central Connecticut have endured for more than 100 years.
The veteran reporter announced his retirement in November 2020, citing concerns over the pandemic, but hasn't ruled out an eventual return.
She hopes to inspire others and raise awareness about our impact on the planet.
Catching up on recent news, people and trends around Connecticut.
Where & When
Our top picks for events happening around the state this month.
Käthe Kollwitz: Activism Through Art shows the early-20th century German artist's fierce humanitarian streak and unflinching eye.
Hike, mountain bike or cross-country ski for miles across hundreds of acres and climb a high wooden tower with amazing views.
You could call Sunday Baroque one of Connecticut’s biggest cultural exports—a classical music program produced out of WSHU’s studios at Sacred Heart University.
Home & Living
Make your Valentine's Day special with these locally made sweet treats.
When driving up to the circa-1798 house, Charlotte and Kameron “Kam” Shahid saw the pretty stone wall, but couldn’t see all that was behind it. After walking behind the house and out to its neighboring river, they knew within five minutes they had found their home.
If you're thinking about moving to a new place for any reason, now is the time.
“Doing some yoga is really perfect for where we are right now because you don’t have to go somewhere and you don’t need special equipment.”
Eat & Drink
Chef Dan Kardos' new takeout-only spot offers quality to go.
Our wine expert takes a close look at three great wines available for sale here in Connecticut.
Delivered to your door, these French-by-way-of-Vietnam influenced pastries have less sugar and calories, but more flavor than American creations.
This hearty, stew-like dish satisfies the hungriest appetites and warms up the coldest of winter days.
Owners Heather and Sam Wilson grow and brew their own hops, as well as selling them to other local breweries.
The Hartford "virtual food hall" has several restaurants offering different types of fare and will deliver it all in one package through a one-hub ordering system.