Archives for 2017

Connecticut Repertory Theatre Opens Season with The Importance of Being Earnest

Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) opens its 2017-18 season with Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. Jean Randich will direct. Performances will be held in the Harriet S. Jorgenson Theatre from October 5th through October 15th. For tickets and information, please visit or call (860) 486-2113. About The Importance of Being Earnest In The Importance Read More

The Connecticut Wine Trail Passport Program

The Connecticut wine trail is a state approved winery and vineyard awareness program complete with special directional signs, brochures and special events. No matter where you are in Connecticut there is one or more wineries opened for visitors within a 45 minute drive. Members of the CT Wine Trail participate in the Connecticut Farm Wine Read More

The Thrill Tower Opens at Foxwoods Resort Casino

Thrill seekers take note! Foxwoods Resort Casino just opened The Thrill Tower and it’s an adrenaline rush. The brand-new, extreme thrill ride includes two new rides, the Sky Drop and Sky Launch, and marks another stage in Foxwoods’ evolution as a full-service resort casino destination. On the breathtaking Sky Drop, four riders at a time are Read More

Expanded Connecticut Craft Beer Garden Returns to The Big E

Visitors to The Big E this year can enjoy a greater variety of Connecticut craft beer, as well as more than 60 exhibitors in the Connecticut Building, offering everything from cider donuts and barbeque to hand-rolled cigars and hand-poured candles. The Connecticut Craft Beer Garden, which debuted last year, will feature more than 17 Connecticut Read More

Announcing the Winner of the Horton Point Lighthouse Photo Contest

The Southold Historical Society is happy to announce the winner of the Horton Point Lighthouse Anniversary Photo Contest.  The contest received over 100 entries during July and August. A selected jury reviewed all entries and awarded the winner. The winning photograph was submitted by Sean P. Mills and shows a beautiful landscape of Horton Point Read More

Join the Mystic Aquarium Animal Rescue Team!

Learning about marine animals is great. Coming eye-to-eye with them at Mystic Aquarium is even better. But being part of helping them out is the best! And now you can join the team and become a First Responder for our Animal Rescue Program. Janelle Schuh, Mystic Aquarium’s Stranding Coordinator for its Animal Rescue Program, answers Read More

Test Drive a Tesla This Week at Saybrook Point Inn

Tesla is traveling across North America with their first-ever mobile gallery. Pulled by an Airstream Model X SUV, which can tow up to 5,000 lbs, the custom Airstream trailer is retrofitted to showcase all interior and exterior vehicle options. Sign up for a Free Test Drive of the Tesla Model S or Model X at Read More

32nd Annual Simsbury Fly-In and Car Show this September

The 32nd Annual Simsbury Fly-In and Car Show is the largest event of its kind in New England, a special kind of country fair with 15,000 spectators, 750 airplanes and a huge car show, and over 100 participating businesses. Attractions include a B-17 flyover, Flying Tigers, JFK, Jr NTSB accident investigation, Radio Control model aerobatics, Read More

Music on the Green New Haven to Feature Sheila E and The Stylistics

New Haven is gearing up to host its annual free concert series, Music On The Green, presented by Yale-New Haven Health. These two special Saturday events will feature the soulful sounds of The Stylistics on July 22 and the renowned, chart-topping singer/percussionist Sheila E. on July 29. Each concert will start promptly at 7:30 p.m. with no opening acts featured. “We’re Read More

Foxwoods Resort Casino Presents Mamma Mia July 14-17

Mamma Mia at Foxwoods Resort Casino Rounding out The Broadway Series at Foxwoods will be the farewell tour of international smash hit “Mamma Mia!” with daily shows July 14 through 17. “Mamma Mia!” is one of the most successful musicals of all time, the eighth longest running show in Broadway history and one of only Read More