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The Mystic Museum of Art

The Mystic Museum of Art »

By: Richard Malinsky

There is more to see in Mystic, CT than the well known historic seaport, aquarium, and bustling shops downtown.  Visitors to the area should consider... more

Rosenfeld Collection at Mystic Seaport

Rosenfeld Collection at Mystic Seaport »

By: Richard Malinsky

If you are planning a trip to visit historic Mystic Seaport don’t miss the opportunity to see two outstanding exhibitions of world-class photography that... more

Radio 104 Fest

Radio 104 Fest »

By: James Malcolm

Two of the biggest names from Radio 104.1- John Fuller and morning host David Fisch- have been telling the tale of saving the station from corporate radio for... more

Life is better in Nature

Life is better in Nature »

By: Dana Hilmer

Fortunately, we live in a beautiful state with gorgeous beaches, amazing hiking and biking trails and parks galore.  Good news! You don’t need to get away... more

Fisch On.. A DJ’s Choice Summer Playlist

Fisch On.. A DJ’s Choice Summer Playlist »

By: David Fisch

It's finally summer... sun, sand, and concerts! Here are some tunes to tailgate too. 1.  Killers - The Man... It's all about that swagger - but not... more

Madison CT With Architecture and Antiques  

Madison CT With Architecture and Antiques   »

By: Rob Marchese

The Madison Historical Society is proud to celebrate its upcoming centennial by hosting this summer’s "Tour of Remarkable Homes". The tour, likely to draw... more

Summer 2017 – Connecticut’s Best Gigs

Summer 2017 – Connecticut’s Best Gigs »

By: Rob Marchese

Summer 2017 - Connecticut’s Best Gigs Summer concert-goers rejoice: Connecticut is hosting some wonderfully eclectic acts this season. Whether it’s... more

Second Hand Book Heaven

Second Hand Book Heaven »

By: Tom Soboleski

“Second hand books are wild books, homeless books . . . and have a charm which the domesticated volumes of the library lack.” ― Virginia... more

Boston by Night Top 5 Countdown

Boston by Night Top 5 Countdown »

By: Owen McDonald

Boston Top 5 List with some cool reminders about a town that many of us know and love. Boston is 2 or 3 hours by car from anywhere in Connecticut (and even... more

A Collegial Spirit Uplifts Young Scholars at The Williams School

A Collegial Spirit Uplifts Young Scholars at The Williams School »

By: Owen McDonald

Small School. Big Impact. Students in grades 6–12 walk into school listening to history teacher Mr. Emanuel’s daily music selection blaring from the... more

A Gifted New Surgical Oncologist at Middlesex Hospital

A Gifted New Surgical Oncologist at Middlesex Hospital »

By: Owen McDonald

A Gifted New Surgical Oncologist at Middlesex Hospital Dealing with cancer is a big challenge, and it requires sympathetic experts. Middlesex Hospital in... more

Branford Connecticut and the Shoreline Way

Branford Connecticut and the Shoreline Way »

By: Sherri Daley

Branford Connecticut and the Shoreline Way As tired as they perhaps were of wearing scratchy animal skin clothes, the Mattabesec Indians could have used... more

Against the Tide: Toshiyuki Shimada

Against the Tide: Toshiyuki Shimada »

By: Tom Soboleski

Toshiyuki Shimada Steeped in classical music, his only real ambition was to conduct a symphony orchestra. A native of Japan, he is grateful to have had one... more

Connecticut’s Most Haunted Places

Connecticut’s Most Haunted Places »

By: Tom Soboleski

In search sinister graveyards and scary apparitions That ancient pagan holiday celebrating all things macabre is upon us. Halloween, feast of ghouls and... more

The Horrors of New England

The Horrors of New England »

By: Tom Soboleski

The Horrors of New England Experts and authors explain our regional love of the macabre "Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us,... more

The Coastal Traveller at Spicer Mansion

The Coastal Traveller at Spicer Mansion »

By: Owen McDonald

Spicer Mansion, Mystic Connecticut The Napoleonic Wars, the whaling boom, discovery of gold in California—brute force shaped maritime life in the early... more

Short fiction: Labor Day Of Love

Short fiction: Labor Day Of Love »

By: Manuel Allende

Larry had missed the exit, but he didn't mind; out here there were no mistakes, the coast just went on and on. The air in the cab blew his dry beach hair all... more

Beach Reads For Stormy Weather

Beach Reads For Stormy Weather »

By: John Gaffney

Beach Reads For Stormy Weather Full disclosure: I read a lot of books at the same time. I don't recommend this. Part of it is my distracted mentality. Part... more

Behind the Wall of Sleep

Behind the Wall of Sleep »

By: Tom Soboleski

Tossin', Turnin' and our obsession with ZZZs I kicked the blankets on the floor; turned my pillow upside down...went to the kitchen for a bite...I jumped back... more

Spring Aromas for the Home

Spring Aromas for the Home »

By: Sherri Daley

Finding your special olfactory signature with Spring aromas for the home Indoor living has advantages—like protection against thunderstorms and... more