A Midwest Reaction to Connecticut’s Illegal Fireworks Laws
Fireworks are a completely different life experience in Kansas than it is here in Connecticut, mainly because they are illegal here. I am sure you know that already, but it was one of the first things I asked about when I moved to this part of the country..." can I shoot fireworks?" The short answer to that question is "no",
Two Greater Danbury Towns Named Safest Places to Live in Connecticut
According to a report from Safewise, it's not too bad at all. We like analytics around here, we like them almost to a point of obsession, and the report took into account a lot of information and analytics to come up with the "safest" cities in the state of Connecticut.
From Carmel to Danbury, My Commute in Haikus
We all have that drive every morning we have to take and I have broken it down into some original haikus, which I like to call "Highway Haikus".
Connecticut Race Tracks Perfect for High Speed Summertime Fun
A look at four Greater Danbury area racetracks perfect to help with that motorsports obsession. High-speed family entertainment for your summertime enjoyment.
Longtime Greater Danbury Business Has History Of Collectibles
The Danbury Mint markets more than coins, they have created figurines, collector plates, dolls, and diecast cars. We take a look at a few of their creations.
Greater Danbury Outdoor Activity Spots For Family Fun
There are no shortages of lakes, parks, hiking trails, bike trails, golf courses, and so on all over our part of Connecticut. With most Covid restrictions lifted, almost everything is back and in full service for residents to utilize and enjoy to the fullest. We are highlighting a few of what is out there and available in the Greater Danbury area, and there is a lot
Greater Danbury Area Fishing Lakes Open to the Public
With the "Show Us Your Bass" contest happening, we thought it would be a good idea to highlight a few of Greater Danbury's public fishing lakes where, who knows, the granddaddy-of-them-all may reside.
Television Fathers and Families That Made Connecticut Home
A look at three of television's famous dads who moved to Connecticut and made it their home.
Places in Connecticut to Work on Your Golf Game, Rain or Shine
Golf simulators and all-season driving ranges are great ways to keep your game of golf from getting rusty and it's good exercise, not to mention a lot of fun without losing any golf balls. Here are a few places to keep your golf game in tip-top shape with any weather.
From Stray to Star: Heroic Historic Canine Has Connecticut Roots
Heroes can come in all shapes and sizes and genders and whatever else, including species. A hero can be someone or something that isn't human at all, like maybe, a dog. Sergeant Stubby was one such dog and the unofficial mascot of the 102nd Infantry Regiment.