Heide Lang, owner of the Fig Cooking School, is back with a Thanksgiving-appropriate fondue.
Connecticut artist Karen Rossi gets choked-up when asked why her whimsical work resonates with the public. "I just feel like it's some gift from above that lets me make these creations and lets people have joy."
Jarrod Moss, the assistant director of snow sports and terrain at Ski Sundown, stops by to talk about the park's new additions.
At this time of year, a visit to the Plimoth Plantation living history museum is the perfect way to get a feel for the first Thanksgiving.
Korky Vann, the Hartford Courant's "savvy shopper," talks about how to get the best deals on Black Friday.
An exhibit at the Connecticut Historical Society highlights the work of pioneering women from Connecticut who pursued photography as a career or a hobby.
RJ Tolson is a Conecticut native that has already won awards for his novel 'Chaos Chronicles Book 1: Zephyr The West Wind' and is the CEO of Forever Trust charity.
Chef Julie Carrion shows us some items from the menu of the new Kitchen at Hartford Public Library restaurant.
Sisters Charlene Sabita Lebo and Suzanne Sabia DeSantie, both of Fairfield, have worked for the past few years to serve local families affected by pancreatic cancer
Chef Carrion tells us about The Kitchen at Hartford Public Library's cooking classes, which take local residents with barriers to employment and teach them the basics of the food industry.
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