The museum's executive director is on a mission to help more people discover this "hidden gem" of Farmington.
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In her fiction and non-fiction work, the Washington, Connecticut, author pulls no punches.
As principal dancer of American Ballet Theatre since 2013, James Whiteside has dazzled audiences with his technique, versatility and sexiness. But the Fairfield-raised artist’s creativity doesn’t stop there. In his alter-persona JbDubs, the 37-year-old is a pop music and video artist; as cra…
Kristen Sassano Gill and her daughter have created a thriving venture that integrates their goats and adventurous guests on guided hikes.
The Roxbury resident has contributed more than 80 covers to The New Yorker, including the famous Obama fist bump cover, as well as many depicting Trump.
The furniture king's empire was spawned by a motorcycle crash, waterbeds and brutal fatherly advice.
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.
"I thought, how can you speak to native-born Americans without preaching to them?”
After her own lifelong struggle, Melissa Bernstein wants to help others learn to overcome depression.
Chrissy Tracey, 26, is the first vegan chef to become a cast member in the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen, an online channel of the food magazine’s popular instructional recipe videos. Her parents emigrated from Jamaica 35 years ago, and Tracey grew up in Cheshire with her six siblings. Today, Tra…
The host of First Take talks CT sports, learning the broadcasting trade and being in the inaugural class of the School of Communications Hall of Fame.
Her first book, Elatsoe, immediately became a bestseller and continues to consistently draw five-star reviews.
"Right now if you look at the national and battleground-state polls, Biden would have to be considered the favorite. But you can’t count Trump out."
Chris Cillizza is a political reporter and editor-at-large for CNN. A die-hard sports fan growing up in Marlborough, Cillizza would attend Whalers and Celtics games at the Hartford Civic Center with his father — back when the Celts played some home games at The Mall — and get dragged to a fe…
On a hot day in the early 1980s, Harold Dimbo, then a teenager, was standing on the street with a friend near his home in Bridgeport. Nearby, neighborhood kids had opened a fire hydrant valve to cool down. Police had already turned off the valve once that day, but as soon as they left, kids …
Long before the crisis brought on by COVID-19, Yale psychology professor Laurie Santos’ course on the science of happiness was a phenomenon. Launched in 2018, it attracted major media coverage and more student enrollment than any course in the university’s storied 300-plus-year history. Yale…
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.
New Haven resident Ross Douthat is a conservative Roman Catholic whose twice-weekly columns seek a middle ground in today’s polarized politics.
Kim is spearheading the 2020/20+ Women @ NBMAA project, a year-long series of seven exhibitions devoted exclusively to women artists that began in January.
The 80-year-old Plantsville resident is in her 12th year with the CHS, where she walks dogs for up to four hours.
Salvatore “Sally” Consiglio sold Sally's Apizza in 2018, but has stayed on as a consultant as the iconic New Haven landmark begins to branch out.
For actor, writer, producer, director and podcaster Illeana Douglass, there's something uniquely magical about film.
Ned Lamont was elected Connecticut’s 89th governor a year ago this month, taking office in January. We talked with him about the state’s collective pessimism and that controversial toll issue, but our most pointed question was about pizza.
The radio journalist speaks with us about her two-decade career and the simple secret to conducting a good interview.