Robocalls are on the rise across the US. Nearly half the calls made from US cell phones in 2019 were spam according to a report from the Federal Communications Commission. Using data from the Federal Trade Commission's National Do Not Call Registry, Provision Living analyzed robocall complaints in every state to identify where robocalls are … Continue reading Connecticut Ranks #10 for Robocalls in 2019
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
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?
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
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
Whether you’re looking for priceless antiquities or you just want to stock up on some inexpensive items for yourself or the house, the several flea markets scattered around Connecticut will have just what you need. Flea markets are a great place to find unique goods, such as a lovely vase for your side table or … Continue reading 15 Outstanding Connecticut Flea Markets
1. The Marcus Dairy Bar In 2011, The Marcus Dairy Bar Restaurant in Danbury, Conn., one of the most iconic gathering spot for motorcyclists, shut down. Known as “the Dairy” or simply “Marcus” by tens of thousands of bikers who incorporated it into their Sunday morning rides, the restaurant was in operation since 1947 and … Continue reading 22 Things In Connecticut You Will Never See Again
The City of Bristol recently began working with SeamlessDocs, a provider of online services for government agencies. Working in conjunction with the City of Bristol Information Technology Dept., SeamlessDocs has converted more than 100 paper-based forms into online services for citizens and staff. “With this switch to online services, Bristol citizens can now complete a wide … Continue reading This Connecticut Town Wants to go Paperless