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  • Surviving a Road Trip with Teenagers

    My boys and I are doing a pretty long road trip this week, which is best explained on my other blog: Click right here to read about it. (We’re rescuing a litter of puppies in Tennessee.) Two moms and four boys are traveling 14 ½ hours (each way)...
  • Vacation Without Baby

    Vacation Without Baby
    There's sleepless nights, guilt and tantrums, but there's also pure happiness, pride, joy and unconditional love! There's no debating that being a parent is an emotional roller coaster, with many ups and downs, it's quite a ride!  Moms and Dads need a...
  • Is Voluntourism Actually Helping?

    High school students applying to colleges are now being advised to avoid focusing on their “voluntourism” trips when writing their college essays. Having your parents pay the bill so you can spend a week “helping” in a sunny locale...
  • Green Wheels: Connecticut Keeps Losing Time and Money to Traffic Delays

    Green Wheels: Connecticut Keeps Losing Time and Money to Traffic Delays
    FAIRFIELD — Business put me on I-95 on Sunday, a day when I used to count on clear sailing. And I was in luck — southbound. The road was clear, but for about 20 miles I watched northbound traffic backed up bumper to bumper, measuring...
  • A Trip to the Theater: 'Matilda' on Broadway

    A Trip to the Theater: 'Matilda' on Broadway
    Last winter, we were in New York City to see the "Christmas Spectacular" at Radio City Music Hall when my son, Sam, spied a billboard for "Matilda the Musical", soon to arrive at the Shubert Theater on Broadway. Deeply interested in a third-grade unit...
  • Recent Additions To New Haven's Restaurant Scene

    Recent Additions To New Haven's Restaurant Scene
    New Haven is thought by many to be Connecticut’s top restaurant town, although the Gold Coast also offers a wealth of dining opportunities and Greater Hartford is definitely up and coming. Despite the strength of our dining scene, Greater New...
  • Diane Keaton, Michael Douglas Film Romantic Comedy At Lake Compounce

    BRISTOL --  Diane Keaton stood just outside the Twister ride at Lake Compounce on Monday afternoon, crew members shielding her from the sun and near 90-degree heat with an umbrella and battery-operated fan as she waited to film her first scene. “...
  • Ephron & Downton: Musings From Vacation

    Ephron & Downton: Musings From Vacation
    Ah, vacation.  More than ever before, I put aside the work, the chores, all the stuff that mucked-up some of the summer and focused on my family during the last week.  We swam, rode bikes, took kayak trips, played frisbee and board games...and did a lot...
  • 59 Days

    59 Days
      Fifty-nine days. That’s what my kiddoes get for summer vacation this year, thanks to a late end (today!) and an early start (a full week before Labor Day.) They’ve got plans to spend all 59 of those days doing amazing, relaxing,...
  • New Plans For 'Jonathan's Dream' Playground

    New Plans For 'Jonathan's Dream' Playground
    The Mandell Jewish Community Center in West Hartford is planning to modernize it's well-known Jonathan's Dream Playground and is asking for "brainstorming help" from the community during a public forum scheduled for Thursday, May 23rd at 6:00pm. See...
  • Bourdain, Ripert Play Devil and Angel in Hartford Appearance

    Bourdain, Ripert Play Devil and Angel in Hartford Appearance
    The title of the show, "Good vs. Evil," seemed fitting enough. TV personality, author and former chef Anthony Bourdain is known for his biting, caustic and often profane wit; French chef and culinary star Eric Ripert is stylish and urbane with a...