In light of the coronavirus crisis, Hartford Magazine to delay publication of May’s ‘Best Of’ awards issue
Gamecraft arcade goes to the next level, interfacing your favorite vintage video games with your favorite craft beers
These CT breweries have added kitchens so you can have pizza, wings, nachos, even cheese, with your beer
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Food & Drink
East Windsor’s Dari Delite to close after 66 years: ‘You will forever be etched in our hearts’Dari Delite, the East Windsor ice cream shop that has delighted residents of the town for 66 years, announced that the store would close for good at the end of the season.
Hartford’s Parkville Market launches $6 million expansion, with plans for a rooftop deck, event spaces and a new home for Hog River BrewingThe developer of Hartford's Parkville Market is launching expansions into two of four buildings that encompass the market site.
Arts & Theater
Theater review: ‘Secondo’ serves up familiar feeling of catching up with a friend. Just don’t expect free samples."Secondo," a sequel to the hit "I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti," is at TheaterWorks Hartford. Reuniting the director, playwright and star of the first show, it's now 10 years later and Giulia Melucci is still in the kitchen, only this time she's talking about marriage rather than dating.
GAMES & TRIVIA
- A slew of '70s rockers, from Rod Stewart and Santana to Elvis Costello, The Damned, Blondie, Cheap Trick and The Fleshtones can be found on Connecticut stages this week.
A Branford filmmaker has shot his first movie in New Haven. The combat-vet drama opens July 7A movie about a combat veteran who served in Afghanistan, which was shot in the New Haven area, will premiere in that city on July 7.
The little-known history of the Connecticut Kansas Colony and its role in ending slaveryMichael Stubbs of Eskridge, Kansas, a retired film industry location manager with a love of history, painstakingly researched the story of the Connecticut Kansas Colony, as these settlers were known.