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Twenty-five years ago, the New England Blizzard rode the wave of the UConn women’s team to build the most popular franchise in the American Basketball League.
This & That
In honor of Connecticut Magazine’s 50th anniversary year, throughout 2021 State Historian Walter Woodward is highlighting some of the moments that have helped shaped our state throughout its history.
A look back through the Connecticut Magazine archives.
Five of the strangest tales associated with Connecticut lighthouses.
A small group of locals could not bear to see this quirky performance space and bookstore die.
Selling my house helped me gain a new perspective on life.
Catching up on recent news, people and trends around Connecticut.
Where & When
Friday, Oct. 29
Friday, Oct. 22
Saturday, Oct. 9
Thursday, Sept. 30
The scenery is one of the most spectacular along the state’s stretch of the Appalachian Trail, if not in all of Connecticut
The Norwalk author's fourth novel is a mystery centered around sex, violence and madness.
Cortlandt Hull was barely 13 when he opened his movie monster museum in 1966.
Home & Living
What's better than supporting local craftspeople? When a portion of the proceeds go to a worthy cause,
After happily living in a contemporary house close to Long Island Sound in Norwalk for 12 years, marketing executives Nada and Avery Stirratt decided it was time for a change. This time around they wanted more land, even if it meant not being near the water. “We were drawn to New Canaan, in …
Two recent randomized clinical trials had such promising results that they’ve become the standard of care for those with a very aggressive form of breast cancer as well as a hereditary form.
These are the biggest boxes to check off in a financial checkup.
Eat & Drink
"Everything comes together beautifully. Different textures, sweet and spicy notes all play their role in this dish.”
Our wine expert takes a close look at three great wines available for sale here in Connecticut.
Now situated on Milford's town green, the reborn restaurant aims for satisfaction.
A coffeehouse with an extensive food menu, Rebel Dog goes way beyond the typical pastries and breakfast sandwiches.
The pandemic-related closing of the neighborhood favorite restaurant was "a blessing in disguise."
A look at some new and interesting places on the Connecticut dining scene.
Cisco Brewers' new Connecticut location is a communal craft beverage getaway.
The Last Word
The museum's executive director is on a mission to help more people discover this "hidden gem" of Farmington.