For the fifth year in a row, Tommy Ringwalt gathered some of the best tattoo artists in the world for Hartford's Connecticut Convention Center.
The Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective held its annual One Big Event fundraiser Saturday night, Oct. 15, at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.
Saturday's 4th Annual WeHa Whiskey Fest at the Hartford Golf Club boasted a massive turn out as people from across the area gathered to sample more than 200 different types of whiskey, bourbon, single malt scotch and barrel-aged products. All proceeds benefited Hartford's Camp Courant.
The 100 Men of Color Gala Friday night, Oct. 14, at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts honored 100 men from the Greater Hartford area who have become postive role models and displayed long-term commitment to the betterment of their community.
Scenes from the Hartford Marathon on Saturday morning.
International Cosplay Model Ryuu Lavitz led CTNOW freelancer Sean Fowler out of the state this weekend on a tour of the 2016 New York Comic Con. The event included more than 180,000 guests including costumed comic fans, hundreds of merchandise booths, and big names in the comic-book industry, including...
Hundreds of guests enjoyed dozens of brews from more than 20 different breweries, listened to live music, played games, including a keg toss competition, and ate from half a dozen local food trucks at the Powder Ridge Oktoberfest in Middlefield Saturday.
Thousands of garlic fans attended the 12th annual Connecticut Garlic and Harvest Festival in Bethlehem Oct. 8 and 9, sampling a huge variety of garlic products, from dips, spreads, cheeses and oils to deep-fried garlic, pickeled garlic and garlic ice cream.
People from across the state gathered Thursday afternoon at Blue Back Square in West Hartford for the annual Pink Party Breast Cancer Awareness fundraiser, which included live music, professional dancers and a fashion show of of survivors. Story and video here.
The Fifth Annual Sun Brewfest took place at Mohegan Sun in the Uncas Ballroom on Saturday, Oct. 1, featuring more than 150 craft brews, microbrews, imports, domestics and ciders as well as signature food from local restaurants.
The people of Mystic were in for a real treat this weekend with their first ever Mystic Oyster Festival coinciding with the Mystic Pirate Invasion. A large crowd braved the rain for the best in local oysters while pirates strolled through historic downtown.
The 48th annual Southington Apple Harvest Festival attracted thousands to the center of town to enjoy a parade, fireworks, carnival rides, and traditional apple fritters. The festival continues next weekend, Oct. 7 to 9,with the addition of a craft fair.