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  • Are Connecticut Wines Really From Connecticut?

    Are Connecticut Wines Really From Connecticut?
    Connecticut’s increasingly popular wine industry appears to stand alone among U.S. wine-growing states, and not necessarily in a good way. Our law allows as much as 75 percent of the grapes used in a “Connecticut” wine to come from...
  • Book For Bereaved Parents Provides Direction

    Book For Bereaved Parents Provides Direction
    Shortly after I wrote this Mommy Minute about Just Ordinary Moms, a group of women authors from the Granby area, I received an extremely poignant email.  Barbara Goldstein of Farmington wrote: I, too, along with many others like me, was once an...
  • Circus Warehouse

    Circus Warehouse
    In the carnival atmosphere that is New York, hidden in an industrial neighborhood in Long Island City, Queens there is unassuming building that could be called center ring. It's a new venture called "Circus Warehouse", the high flying idea of actress...
  • Daytrippers: Famous Fat Dave's Taxi Food Tour

    Daytrippers: Famous Fat Dave's Taxi Food Tour
    David Freedenberg has an appetite for adventure, and he's making a living off it. After climbing into In his signature Checker cab off 12th Avenue in Manhattan, Freedenberg transforms into his epicurean alter-ego -- "Famous Fat Dave," who chauffeurs...
  • More Than 50 Wineries On Long Island Wine Trail

    More Than 50 Wineries On Long Island Wine Trail
    A short ferry ride from New London to Orient Point leads visitors to lush farmland with views of the ocean.  The Long Island Wine Trail has been growing since the 1970s and sports more than fifty wineries and 3000 acres of vines.   The vineyards are...
  • Homes Destroyed, People Missing And 767,000 Without Power After Irene

    Homes Destroyed, People Missing And 767,000 Without Power After Irene
    At least 25 homes in East Haven were destroyed, one person has died, others are missing and more than half the state is without power after Tropical Storm Irene tore through Connecticut Sunday. East Haven mayor April Capone said that at least 25 homes in...
  • Jog New London

    Jog New London
    Typically, every week, I spend some time googling around the web, researching ideas for possible "DayTrippers" segments. During one of these sessions, I stumbled across a very cool site called "jognewlondon.com." It lists about a dozen jogging routes...
  • Empire Kayaks

    Empire Kayaks
    Suddenly, Stand-Up Paddling is everywhere! This hot, new sport was featured in a recent issue of "Coastal Living", my local paper...even my favorite sportswear catalog! So, in an effort to take you on an active and unique DayTrip, I thought, "Let's do it!...
  • Lights, camera, action in Delray Beach

    Lights, camera, action in Delray Beach
    Delray Beach, get ready for your close-up. The city is set to star as the backdrop in a feature film called "After Midnight." The film is produced by Delray Beach-based media group Brave Man Media. Cameras are slated to shoot in Delray's Artists Alley...
  • Lehigh Valley right fit for plastics manufacture

    The onset of the Great Recession might not seem like the ideal time to launch a manufacturing business. But that's exactly what Christina Wong did, and today her business — Ecopax in Forks Township, maker of single-use, take-out food containers...
  • Aladdin's serves up magic culinary carpet rides

    Aladdin's Eatery opened its doors on June 1 in Boca Raton, bringing with it straightforward yet fascinating Lebanese-American cuisine. Although this restaurant is a franchise, it doesn't seem to follow the usual cookie-cutter approach that can be the rule...