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Arts and Ideas Flood New Haven at International Festival

If you're looking for a quick family outing from Boston or New York between now and June 30th, hop a train to New Haven, Connecticut,...

Secret Connecticut: Litchfield County

The blink-and-you’ve-missed-it Litchfield county town of Warren, Connecticut, has officially become a destination, thanks to the single-block stretch of Cornwall Road that residents call “downtown.”...

Same-Sex Destination Wedding Boom

Gay couples are flocking to Connecticut and Massachusetts to get married. For those planning—or attending—a destination wedding, here’s how to do it right.

Trash or Treasure? A Second Life for Hotel Furniture

I love hotel remodels—the gleaming bathroom fixtures, the springy pillow-top mattresses that feel improbably cushier than any I’ve owned. But as someone who gets guilty...

Cottage Living in Connecticut

At the sprawling, colonial Winvian estate in northeastern Connecticut, a curious collection of small, highly idiosyncratic cottages is under construction, and a new hotel prepares...

TODAY Show Video: Easy Fall Weekend Getaways

Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy We’ve found five easy big-city escapes, whether your perfect fall weekend involves hiking...

Weather Channel Video: Weekend Getaways From New York City

T+L's Sarah Spagnolo presents easy weekend getaways from New York City on the Weather Channel's Wake Up and Go.1.    Litchfield County, ConnecticutThis posh enclave is...

Letters | September 2011

Seafood Shacks “America’s Best Waterfront Seafood Shacks” [Peter Jon Lindberg, July] fails to mention three coastal states with important maritime heritages: North Carolina, Virginia, and...

My Town: Mystic, CT

Presenting the perfect fall weekend getaway spot—and a 14-year-old native who knows his way around

Shame on Virgin Atlantic, Shame on Bradley International

File this under "What the Hell Were They Thinking?" Just weeks after the new DOT airline rule went into effect limiting tarmac delays to three...
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