The goat yoga craze is going strong in Connecticut! These classes full of roaming goats are a cross between fitness class and petting zoo, and they're popping up all over the state. More here.
The Lock Museum of America in Terryville has opened an adventure room with the goal of finding the prize. Adventurers are free to roam the five upstairs rooms — totaling about 2,000 square feet — and find six clues that will open a chest. More here.
The quartet Among the Acres answers some questions and plays some music on Pratt Street in Hartford as part of a summerlong series of free outdoor concerts on Fridays at lunchtime.
Jeff Przech sings "Four Letter Words" and talks about his music after a performance that was part of a summer series of free lunchtime concerts on Constitution Plaza at 12:30 p.m. The concerts are Wednesdays at 12:30 through Aug. 30. Find a schedule of performers here.
Max Downtown is closing for 6 to 8 weeks for a major renovation. Here's one last look at the restaurant before everything from floor to ceiling changes. More here.
Robbie Vozza, Jonathan DeCarlo and Ben Stokes of The Refectory talk about their new EP. Read story here.
The New London DJ ChumZilla discusses "Get Off the Earth," his latest album. Read story here.
Branton Seabrook's new album ' Die Trommel Fatale' is a large-ensemble exploration of the drum's darker tendencies. Read story here.
The downstate screamo foxtails trio talks about its new music. Read story here.
East Granby’s Brignole Vineyards is one of the newer additions to Connecticut’s farm winery scene, and the winery has made its mark with wine slushies and specialty sangrias. Read story here.
Beer lovers will find food-friendly beers, wild experimental brews and "super flights" at Black Hog Brewing in Oxford. Read story here.
Hayden Nork, Luke Slomba and Evan Nork discuss the band's new album "House Stories" and career longevity. Hear the full album and read more here.