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Central Connecticut is the home to posh weddings, giant corporate events, and fun parties for virtually no reason at all. Each of these need great catering, and fortunately, the Connecticut is also one of the world’s culinary destinations. These 3 caterers are known for providing the best food services in CT. 1. Emily’s Catering Group, Bristol, […]Read More
Part of the New England region of the United States, Connecticut is one of the smallest states in the entire US, but boasts some of the best statistics in the nation in terms of average household income. There are a lot of great things to do in Connecticut, ranging from museums, casinos, and historical sites […]Read More
A compilation of some of Connecticut’s creepiest — or craziest — hauntings, urban legends and destinations. Read on if you dare. *Many of the locations listed below are private property that is closed to the public * 1 Piano Music Playing From Underneath Salem’s Gardner Lake Upon first glance, the legend is more weird than […]Read More