| Jul 8, 2011
| 12:47 PM
100 Meters: Donarth Thompson, Bulkeley-Hartford, Sr.
200: Thompson, Bulkeley
400: Jamal Fruster, East Hartford, Sr.
800: Brian Poirier, Northwest Catholic-West Hartford, Jr.
1,600: Aleksandr Morin, Haddam-Killingworth, Sr.
3200: Bryan Fowler,...
| Nov 5, 2011
It was lunchtime at Nardi Breads Inc., but no one was thinking about eating in the dark, cold cavernous commercial bakery — not on the seventh day without power, the seventh day of wondering how the 103-year old business would survive.
| Dec 12, 2011
| 11:15 AM
Take a break from Christmas shopping in the Farmington Valley and head to Dish 'n Dat, the more casual younger sibling of Hartford's Dish Bar and Grill, which offers modern-day diner food in a comfortable setting. Start with the fried Kosher pickle...
| Apr 16, 2012
| 7:46 AM
1) Fred Astaire
Learning how to dance is no longer just for people with two left feet cramming for a wedding. “Couples and singles want to feel confident,” said Tobi von Dein, manager of Fred Astaire Dance Studio, this year’s Best Dance...
| Apr 16, 2012
| 8:58 AM
1) Dr. Jeane M. Best, Best Smiles
The office has an Asian theme to it, with the goal being that “peaceful, soft, serene” feeling you can sometimes find in the Far East, says Dr. Jeane M. Best. She also grows her own orchids in the basement...
| Apr 30, 2012
| 10:28 AM
For a relatively young jazz musician, tenor saxman Noah Preminger is as seasoned as it gets. As a leader and sideman, the 25-year-old Canton, Conn. native has gigged with some of the biggest names in New York, people like Dave Holland, Fred Hersch, Dave...
| Jul 31, 2008
Rail trails have become enormously popular in recent years, with good reason: What's better than a place to ride a bicycle, walk, run or roller-blade without having to deal with motorized traffic?
So we spend time on the rail trails — stretches...