Browse by:
Hospitality & Tourism

Natural history museum relocating within UConn campus

Patricia Daddona |

The Connecticut State Museum of Natural History will no longer house permanent exhibits at UConn's building on Hillside Road in Storrs where they have been displayed since 2000, the university...

Wadsworth offering free admission to city residents

Patricia Daddona |

For the first time ever, the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art announced Tuesday it will offer free admission to all Hartford city residents, effective immediately.

Hops making a comeback in Connecticut

Nicholas Leahey | Journal Inquirer |

Hidden in plain sight on a farm just off Interstate 91 in Windsor sits one of two Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Stations, where a combination of...

Manchester natives plan brewery in Cheney Historic District

Joe Cooper | Journal Inquirer |

There are shared experiences too compelling to ignore. For three Manchester natives, brewing beer is the passion that led to the creation of Labyrinth Brewing Co.

Otis elevators to be featured in Marriott hotel in Xiamen

Patricia Daddona |

A new Marriott hotel under construction in Xiamen, southeast China, will feature Otis elevators and escalators.

Third CT casino a question for MGM's Springfield earnings: Fitch

Patricia Daddona |

MGM Resorts International has earned a “BB/RR3” rating from Fitch Ratings for its $500 million senior unsecured notes due 2026, with the ratings agency citing mixed potential impacts from...

Uber launches new food-delivery app in CT

Patricia Daddona |

UberEATS, the division of the online transportation service Uber that allows requesting delivery of food via an app and website, debuted in New Haven Wednesday.

Hartford's Hog River tap room on tap with Saturday opening

Gregory Seay |

Hog River Brewing Co. will publicly debut its Hartford tap room in the city's Parkville neighborhood on Saturday, its founder-owner says.

East Hartford's Marco Polo restaurant closing after more than 60 years in business

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

The Marco Polo Restaurant, which for more than 60 years has been a key venue in East Hartford for everything from major political gatherings to weddings, will close Sunday, according to its Facebook...

Financial tech firm ranks Manchester 5th best retirement town

Patricia Daddona |

Manchester has earned the fifth-best spot among Connecticut cities and towns worth retiring to, according to a ranking by financial technology firm SmartAsset

ADVERTISEMENTS
Copyright 2016 New England Business Media