A Fall Weekend in New Haven, Connecticut

Plain pizza at Bar

I’ve always loved university towns, and New Haven is no exception. New Haven is well known as home to Yale University and thus a lively cultural center has sprouted up around it. It’s one of Connecticut’s larger cities, and worth a visit. Here’s why: Getting there By car: New Haven sits along the coast of the […]

Memorial Day in Connecticut

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Memorial Day weekend is fast approaching and I can’t wait as it’s my favorite weekend of the year! This holiday is the unofficial kickoff to summer and everyone in the northeast instantly gets happier, and why not—they survived another winter! AAA expects an increase of 1.5 million travelers over last year with 36.1 million people […]

Free 30 minute parking at LAX for Thanksgiving

LAX

LAX is expected to be the nation’s second busiest airport this Thanksgiving holiday. And to help reduce traffic congestion Los Angeles Airport Police traffic officers will hand out complimentary coupons for 30 minutes of free airport parking. They are hoping to encourage motorists to park their vehicles rather than circle the Central Terminal Area or […]

2012 Memorial Day Weekend in Connecticut

Rowayton, CT

Anyone with ties to Rowayton knows that there’s no better time of year to come back than Memorial Day.

2012 Annual Memorial Day Stickball Game in Rowayton, Connecticut

2012 Annual Memorial Day Stickball

Stickball After the Rowayton Memorial Day parade, my friends and I headed to the Community Center field where we play our annual stickball game. Growing up, we played every day in the summer. Now, this is the only day we play all year. The perfectly lined oak trees have slowly disappeared (kind of like my hair), […]

2012 Memorial Day Parade in Rowayton, Connecticut

Bell Island

This past weekend, we celebrated Memorial Day in the United States. It’s my favorite weekend of the year and there’s no other place I’d rather be than in Connecticut with my family and childhood friends. I grew up in South Norwalk, Connecticut (42 miles outside of New York City) and people who come from this neck of […]