Unlike most people around the country who have little recourse against powerful media companies, Connecticut voters can use their democratic rights as citizens to send a message to the Linda McMahons of the world.
Head to the North Fork if you're in the mood for large plots of farmland, farmstands, U-picks and wineries.
Norwalk, CT: The heated election cycle brings out the big hitters of their respective parties out to stump for their down ticket candidates. Connectic...
Republican gazillionaire Linda McMahon is running for the Connecticut Senate. Her last Senatorial campaign, (on which she spent over $50 million dolla...
News broke recently that a third movie called "Before Midnight" in the "Before Sunrise" franchise recently wrapped in Greece to the delight of many worldwide who wondered if we would ever see more of those characters played by Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy.
Ever since the economy turned so sour that a lemon would seem sweet by comparison, I have wondered if there are any entrepreneurs out there with a bold business model that can help get the country back on its feet.
We're hopping in cars, mounting bikes and clambering aboard tour busses. One way or another, this is the season for "leaf-peeping." Luckily, New England doesn't have a monopoly on this impressive annual show, so, hit the road to check out a dozen of the best across the U.S.!
At HooplaHa.com we love to see kids who take initiative, and use their natural creativity, energy and enthusiasm to make things happen! College Creamery fits the bill.
Although the outcome of the Connecticut primary elections normally draws a yawn, it was not surprising that both party-endorsed favorites won the nod for the soon to be retiring U.S. Senator Joseph Lieberman's seat.
Contrary to what Chris Shays and many pundits would have you believe, Linda McMahon's huge victory yesterday in the Republican CT primary for a Senate seat was not won by money.
We bought a beautiful new car for me. It's a gas guzzler but that's okay, it's red.
Why were we turned down, I wondered. Was it because my father-in-law donated to Hillary Clinton in 2008? Is it because my brother is a Florida Republican? No. I think it's because I'm from Connecticut.
The Olympics are inspiring to watch, but you don't have to be a top athlete to ride the open road by bicycle. Bike to an urban bed and breakfast, cycle on bike trails at a quaint country inn or do both.
Connecticut is the home of the steamy-hot lobster roll, also on a hot dog bun, but dressed with nothing other than melted butter. And is it ever delicious -- very likely the most delicious lobster roll of all.
Although we've been separated for two years, I still have a hard time facing the fact that I was cast out and replaced by another woman. It's like watching a movie in which someone else lives my life.
Democrat Chris Murphy and Republican Linda McMahon are rivals for the U.S. Senate. One of them is fully knowledgeable and supports his state's advancements in stem cell research; the other -- well, not so much.