Lori Miller Kase

Freelance journalist

Lori Miller Kase, a Connecticut-based freelance writer, specializes in health and also writes frequently about the arts, food and parenting. A journalist for more than 25 years, she has been published in a wide range of national and local publications, including Discover, Vogue, Self, Eating Well, Parents, The New York Times, The Boston Globe Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Brain,Child, Reader’s Digest, Health and Hartford Magazine. She has also written for internet sites such as The Atlantic, Aeon, The Review Review and Beliefnet. She has been awarded for "Excellence in Journalism" by the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists.

United States of America

Portfolio

AARP

Intermittent Fasting To Lose Weight And Live Longer

Proponents of such regimens say these diets may improve sleep and blood sugar control; reduce risk factors for chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes; and...

Seasons

Growing Businesses

The demand for locally-grown artisanal products has never been higher, and Connecticut farmers are rising to the challenge.

Eating Well

Breakfast Like A King

New studies suggest that front-loading calories might actually help you to lose weight.

Self

Sugar: The Bittersweet Truth

The average American consumes 105 pounds of sugar each year. While experts debate how much this overdoes is harming our bodies, one thing is certain: Cutting out the stuff...

Self

Strange Fruit

Each year, far more people are sickened by fruit and vegetables--the very food we are being urged to consume in greater quantity--than by beef and poultry combined. Here, the...

The Arts

Seasons

Creative Entrepreneurs

These imaginative Connecticut entrepreneuers turned their love for the arts into unique businesses that celebrate creativity

Seasons Magazines

Off, Off, Off Broadway

The third smallest state in the nation, Connecticut is a star on the national theater scene...

courant.com

Toddlers, Even Babies At New Britain Museum: Never Too Early To Start Art Education

On a weekday morning at the oldest American art museum in the country, some of the nation's youngest art patrons followed a docent on a tour through the contemporary art galleries.

Seasons Magazines

Painting with Flowers

Five local artists share the gardens they've transformed into living masterpieces.

courant.com

Behind The Scenes: Tour The Opulent Palace Theater In Waterbury

The landmark Palace Theater in Waterbury has evolved from a silent movie house and vaudeville venue in the 1920s, to a rock concert destination in the 1970s, to a regular stop...

Seasons Magazines

Night and Day at the Museum

Frequent visitors to the New Britain Museum of American Arrt may be familiar with its masterworks. Here's a guide to the institution's other great asset -- the team that makes...

Seasons Magazines

The Mural of the Story

From Winsted to West Hartford, murals beautify, celebrate and strengthen communtiies.

Seasonsmagazines

Class Act

Every child is a star at Unified Theater, a nonprofit that taps students of all abilities for community productions.

Nytimes

WHAT'S NEW IN CORPORATE ART; CUSTOMIZING ART TO FIT ARCHITECTURE

SPREAD out on the kitchen table of painter David Webster's rented SoHo studio are the blueprints for the Centrum, a $75 million office complex that is being developed in Dallas....

Nytimes

WHAT'S NEW IN CORPORATE ART; A DECOR TO WOO THE NEIGHBORHOOD

LAST spring, Chase Manhattan Bank's SoHo branch ranked 48th in growth among the huge bank's 50 Manhattan branches. The situation was critical, recalls Terry Baker, the branch's...

Nytimes

Public TV Series to Commission and Produce Plays

After six years of showcasing top American theater, ''American Playhouse,'' the weekly public television series, is branching out into theater production. The New York-based...

Nytimes

Met's Garden: Where Views Enhance Art

The public got its first look at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's new rooftop sculpture garden yesterday and found a bonus for art lovers. Visitors wandered among the nine...

Nytimes

Authors Seek Muse In a Room

LEAD: Carl Solberg slouched over an old typewriter, pounding out notes for his work-in-progress on the China lobby, while in a nearby carrel, John Demaray, a medieval scholar,...

Parenting