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Turning up the Heat with a Kenyon Grill

Turning up the Heat with a Kenyon Grill »

By: Veronica Phobes

Nowadays even our grills are PC, however, it means something a little different in grill talk. Kenyon Grill's new PC technology means Precision Control, so you... more

How do you Tiki in Connecticut?

How do you Tiki in Connecticut? »

By: Mar-Li Colyar

Does the idea of sipping on a cocktail at a tiki bar with water views sound like a slice of summer paradise? You don’t have to fly all the way to an exotic... more

The Village of Noank, Connecticut

The Village of Noank, Connecticut »

By: Deb Cohen

Noank is a village on a small peninsula, vaguely ear-shaped, at the western edge of the entrance to Mystic River Harbor. With water on three sides and the... more

Extraordinary Equine Experiences in Coastal Connecticut

Extraordinary Equine Experiences in Coastal Connecticut »

By: Veronica Phobes

For those afflicted with the horse bug, there is no better way to view the world than from the saddle, astride a trustworthy mount, who is willing and able to... more

Taking Yoga Outside

Taking Yoga Outside »

By: Veronica Phobes

Acting as holistic prevention to stress, anxiety, depression, unhealthy living and overall daily dysfunction, yoga has become the catch-all answer to much of... more

Creating Heirloom Furniture from Connecticut Trees

Creating Heirloom Furniture from Connecticut Trees »

By: Jennifer Carmichael

In the lobby of Suicide Six, one of America’s oldest ski resorts in South Pomfret, VT, Ryan Longfield asked the bartender who made the stool he was sitting... more

Greenwich Concours d’Elegance

Greenwich Concours d’Elegance »

By: Mark Kersteen

Recognized as one of the premier concours in the country and the largest in the Northeast, Greenwich is unique in that it is two concours back to back.... more

Drive Change. Drive Electric.

Drive Change. Drive Electric. »

By: Hanna Emerson

Like the arrival of the smartphone, electric cars are causing a generational divide. According to a new study from the ‘Drive Change. Drive Electric.’... more

Nautical Roots of America’s Iconic Style

Nautical Roots of America’s Iconic Style »

By: Mar-Li Colyar

Streamlining in design refers to a style applied to manufactured objects in the 1930s and 40s. Designers and manufacturers were eager to increase... more

Roses for Autism Grows Roses Careers & Love

Roses for Autism Grows Roses Careers & Love »

By: Mar-Li Colyar

Tucked away on Route 1 in Guilford is one of Connecticut's hidden gems.  Roses for Autism is many things; it's a farm, a florist, a career training program, a... more

Feast of the Seven Fishes

Feast of the Seven Fishes »

By: Lindsay Rizza

Every year in the U.S., many people celebrate the Feast of the Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve. Although it is unclear when the dinner became so popular, this... more

Changing lives one bike at a time

Changing lives one bike at a time »

By: Lindsay Rizza

Bikes for Kids is a Connecticut based organization that brings smiles to children one bike at a time. Here’s how it works: Volunteers collect, repair and... more

A peaceful, insightful, meaningful environment

A peaceful, insightful, meaningful environment »

By: Karena Garrity

For many of us, the holiday season equals the season of anxiety, but it doesn’t have to be that way. With the help of the 5,000-year-old, ancient design idea... more

Against the Tide: Jerome Rand Circumnavigating Sailor

Against the Tide: Jerome Rand Circumnavigating Sailor »

By: Lindsay Rizza

Bitter End Yacht Club's (BEYC) beloved watersports director, Jerome Rand, sailed 28,000 miles into an epic, solo non-stop circumnavigation of the globe. His... more

An Aerial History Lesson

An Aerial History Lesson »

By: Karena Garrity

Imagine getting the chance to explore every nook and cranny of the 410 mile Connecticut River, from its mouth in Old Saybrook, to its source, a small pond,... more

The subtle genius of the small-town business

The subtle genius of the small-town business »

By: Jackie Nappo

A walk through picturesque Madison leaves pedestrians, no matter where they hail from, with a sense of such belonging that they could swear they’ve lived... more

Why bury the hatchet when you can throw it

Why bury the hatchet when you can throw it »

By: Jackie Nappo

It’s you and the bullseye.  You’ve seen your fair share of these, mostly when you were younger, maybe in college.  It was different back then. You might... more

Swallow Synchronicity

Swallow Synchronicity »

By: Karena Garrity

Nature is most beautiful when it gives way to instinct, which is the impetuous for the magical occurrence which happens each year on Goose Island, just off the... more

Flying Private in Connecticut

Flying Private in Connecticut »

By: Gina Zammit

Have you ever dreamed of jetting off on a private plane? Contrary to popular belief, flying private is not a luxury reserved just for the mega rich. In fact,... more

Head on out for dinner…. And BYOB

Head on out for dinner…. And BYOB »

By: Karena Garrity

Pack up your travel cooler with your favorite libations and head out to enjoy, friends, family and outdoor dining at one of the many Connecticut shoreline’s... more