This Week on All Things Connecticut

Friendly Story

A Friendly Story: An All Things Connecticut Special

Learn the story of brothers Prestley and Curtis Blake, who started a one-shop ice cream business called “Friendly Ice Cream.” Their shop grew into the restaurant chain and ice cream manufacturer now known simply as “Friendly’s.”

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All Things Connecticut Spotlight On The Arts Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra Toshiyuki Shimada

Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra

In his fifth season with the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra, conductor and music director Toshiyuki Shimada isn’t afraid to take big risks with classical music.

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Philip Glass House

Philip Johnson’s Glass House

The Glass House, built between 1949 and 1995 by architect Philip Johnson, is a National Trust Historic Site located in New Canaan, CT. The pastoral 49-acre landscape comprises fourteen structures, including the Glass House (1949), and features a permanent collection of 20th-century painting and sculpture, along with temporary exhibitions. Visit the Connecticut Cultural Treasures page.

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Coventry Farmers' Market

Coventry Regional Farmers’ Market

David Bibbey, host of CPTV’s All Things Connecticut, visits the Coventry Regional Farmers’ Market, which on Sundays from June through October has become the largest and most diverse farmers’ market in Connecticut.

Stonington Borough

Stonington Borough

This small but resilient community was a difference maker, fending off British ships from its harbor in 1814 in a tide-turning battle. Today, the memory of its early nation heroics is remembered in its Old Lighthouse Museum, cared for by the Stonington Historical Society.

Breaking Bread Ki Delicia

Breaking Bread at Ki Delicia

David Bibbey breaks bread with Brazilians in Bridgeport!  David visits the bakery Ki Delicia with Cookbook author Leticia Moreinos Schwartz.