I'm into all genres of music. Some of my favorite artists include Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ben Folds, Pearl Jam, Sinatra and Rush. I love going to concerts, movies, food festivals and my hometown Waterbury. I'm also the Production Director, which means I make commercials all day. I love making people laugh and I hope I make you laugh too.
Did You Know Famous ‘Rolling Stone’ Photographer Annie Leibovitz Was Born In Waterbury?
She has photographed some of the most famous people on the planet, and her life started in the Brass City in 1949.
Stew Leonard’s Hooks Up Danbury With an Early Thanksgiving
Typically, there are quite a few sampling stations set up across the store. But every once in awhile, like a holiday or special occasion, Stew's goes all out.
Multi-Vehicle Crash Causes Huge Delays on I-84 West
Even though there are three lanes through most of Waterbury now, accidents still occur, and a nasty one is playing out right now in the Brass City.
A New Generation of D’Amelio’s to Feed Waterbury
Highland Avenue in Waterbury should mentioned in the same breath as Franklin Ave or Wooster Street in my opinion when it comes to Italian cuisine
Gastronomic Delights Abound in New Milford, What’s Up With Wendy’s and Aldi?
It really looks like Wendy's is just days away from opening. They have the drive-thru menu up, there were workers milling around training inside
Chef Gordon Ramsey Shoots TV Show at Waterbury Restaurant, Dines at Another
Gordon Ramsey shot an episode of his show '24 Hours to Hell and Back' at a restaurant in Waterbury, CT, and was spotted dining at another local establishment.
Gone But Not Forgotten: Waterbury Restaurants of the Past
I was driving around with Mrs. Large the other night, we were hungry, and we ended up on Wolcott Street in Waterbury. It got me thinking about the great restaurants of Waterbury past. Here are the ones that I miss the most.
Fatal Hit and Run Claims Owner of Country Cinema in Watertown
I'm sure his family is in shock, and the fate of the theater is very much up in the air. I do hope that they find a way to keep it open. It a local treasure
The Whacky Yet Scrumptious New Foods at The Big E for 2017
Even after typing that sentence, I need Miralax.
Love Dr. Seuss? Here’s My Tour of His Memorial Sculpture Garden in Springfield
This past Saturday, Mrs. Large and I took the short trip up I-91 and stopped into Springfield, Massachusetts. The big draw in Springfield is the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. That museum now has some major competition. Located right in the heart of downtown Springfield is the newly open…