Roundup Deals: Romance at The Point Overnight Package

Roundup Deals is an ongoing feature that offers amazing deals for events, getaways, shopping, dining and so much more all across Connecticut. This Roundup Deal is an amazing night at the Saybrook Point Inn & Spa. This is a great Valentines Day surprise! Owned and operated by the Tagliatela family since 1980, the Saybrook Point … Continue reading Roundup Deals: Romance at The Point Overnight Package

10 Connecticut Stereotypes That Are Absolutely True

1. Nutmeggers Are All Up In Everyone Else’s Business You’ve heard of small town gossip, well...Connecticut has small state gossip. What can you expect in a state so small everyone’s practically related. You put two Connecticuters in a room and they’re bound to know at least five of the same people. It’s just the way … Continue reading 10 Connecticut Stereotypes That Are Absolutely True

Unusual Connecticut: Zaffis Museum of the Paranormal

John Zaffis is the nephew of controversial paranormal investigators Ed and Lorrain Warren. He followed in their footsteps, and has become famous for his Museum of the Paranormal, which is located on the bottom floor of a two-story building behind his house in Stratford, Connecticut. The collection includes items from cases that he worked over the … Continue reading Unusual Connecticut: Zaffis Museum of the Paranormal

These Are The Best Employers In Connecticut?

Forbes has released a new list that identifies the best employers in Connecticut. Unlike Forbes' annual list of the best employers in the country, the first-ever best employers by state feature consists of a unique list for all 50 states. According to Forbes, the best Connecticut employers are: 1. Yale University, 15,158 employees, based in New Haven, … Continue reading These Are The Best Employers In Connecticut?

Smartphone Screen Time: Baby Boomers and Millennials

Smartphones have become a major part of our lives. They’ve changed the way we communicate, work, travel and consume information. Smartphones have even allowed us to stay connected with family regardless of where they live. Grandparents can now easily see their newborn granddaughter thanks to apps like Facetime and share the news with friends on social media. … Continue reading Smartphone Screen Time: Baby Boomers and Millennials

Bucket List: 25 Things to do in Connecticut

Connecticut is a small state with a big impact on the country’s art, politics, history and culture. Its breathtaking beauty, from Bear Mountain to Long Island Sound, and the proximity to large East Coast urban centers, makes Connecticut a popular bucket list destination. You will find romantic tall ships in Mystic, priceless art at the Farmington’s Hill-Stead Museum, wedding venues, flea markets, and … Continue reading Bucket List: 25 Things to do in Connecticut

Classes Offered at This Stupendous Youth Theater

Winter 2020 classes begin this Saturday, January 18! NBYT has some fun offerings for your child/young adult no matter their experience or ability! Auditions for The Hobbit will be held on January 21 and 23 from 6-8 at Holmes Elementary School in New Britain. Auditions for Seas the Day: a Little Mermaid Tale will be … Continue reading Classes Offered at This Stupendous Youth Theater

Looking for a Unique Winter Activity? Go Seal-Spotting & Birding Cruises

Cruise out onto Long Island Sound with The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk this winter in hopes of seeing some of the seals and birds that spend the colder months just off Connecticut’s shores. The Maritime Aquarium’s 2020 season of “Seal-Spotting & Birding Cruises” offers outings on many Saturdays and Sundays now through April 12. Dates and departure times … Continue reading Looking for a Unique Winter Activity? Go Seal-Spotting & Birding Cruises