By Sarah Bogues With the holidays quickly approaching, eating healthy and working out is a far stretch for the average person. Most either give up on their healthy regiments or “postpone” it till the New Year due to candy, cookies, and sweets. Holidays, parties, and social gatherings all seem to focus on the food, presenting a […]
Hartford hockey and the CT Whale are officially back for the 2011-2012 season, and they are only a mere 11 miles and roughly 18 minutes away from CCSU.
I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream. Just take out ‘ice cream’ and insert ‘frozen yogurt,’ and you have yourself a nice chant to Pinkberry’s delicious frozen yogurt.
What’s better than spending an afternoon picking apples, munching on apple cider donuts and choosing the “perfect” pumpkin during this autumn season? Well, at Lyman Orchards, a visitor can do all that plus so much more.
With summer fast approaching, who wants to stay inside on a sunny and warm Connecticut day?
The only thing inside Talcott Mountain State Park is Heublein Tower, about 1.25 miles up the mountain and a goal for many visitors of the park.
It’s that time of year again, when cravings for delicious treats and fun occur on spring and summer days and nights.
It’s at Farmington Miniature Golf and Ice Cream Parlor that people of all ages can get their fix of some yummy ice cream and a fun miniature golf course.
Located less than two miles from the CCSU campus, the Spin Cycle Cafe and Laundromat helps solve the age-old decision between clean laundry and drinking with friends.
Spin Cycle offers free soap Monday through Friday in addition to nightly entertainment for laundry-doers and non-laundry-doers alike.
With the winter season coming to an end, why not get out and get in shape for the summer?
At Prime Climb Inc., you can get active and in shape by participating in 40-foot tall rock climbing gyms and challenge courses with helpful lessons by a reputable staff.
Enjoy nature and seeing over 102 acres of greenhouses and gardens? If so, Elizabeth Park, a city park that holds the country’s oldest municipal rose garden with over 15,000 bushes of 800 rose varieties along with many other gardens and greenhouses, is the place for you.
Ever thought it was possible to see real dinosaur tracks? Well, it is at Dinosaur State Park, a government owned facility that has a 200 million year-old fossil track way, interactive exhibits, and live footprints all for the public’s eye.