Mah Jongg was a nationwide fad in the 1920s, played across the country by men and women. Then it became a social lifeline for generations of Jewish women through the end of the 20th century. Since the 1990s Mah Jongg has undergone a revival. It’s attracting younger players, as well as non-Jewish players.
Eric Clemons travels to Branford to visit a woman on a mission. She has created a runners’ shop that specializes in the latest equipment, information and inspiration, with a program that is transforming all who take part.
Ever thought of sailing high above the ground on a suspended cable? It’s called “zip-lining”, and it’s a new adventure many are finding right here in Connecticut. Eric Clemons visits just the place to satisfy your urge to fly!
Eric Clemons introduces us to the sport of modern fencing. A local club shows him the ropes of swordplay, as well as the grace and strategy involved in this physically and mentally demanding pastime. It’s a swashbuckling good time, as Eric tries his hand (and the rapier) for the first time!