Hear the screams as riders test Six Flags' new attraction, the Quinn Spinsanity, a pendulum gondola ride named after The Joker’s partner-in-crime that spins 40 riders at a time at speeds as high as 70 mph and 15 stories high. Story here.
Poet Aaron Caycedo-Kimura reads "The Hardest Part of Some Nights," a new poem about his parents' post-WWII experience living in a San Francisco apartment above a fire station. Find more of Cayedo-Kimura's here.
Connecticut Valley Brewing Company in South Windsor is making a name for itself with New England style IPAs. More here.
Foxwoods Resort Casino has opened its HighFlyer Zip Line atop the 33-story Fox Tower. Story here.
Bricks & Minifigs is an ideal place for any imagination — child or adult — to run wild. It’s a resale shop, but the only thing it buys, sells and trades is LEGOs. Read story here.
Club Getaway, a summer camp for adults in Kent, holds weekend gatherings where grown-ups have all kinds of childlike, and not so childlike, fun. More here.
Roll out the red carpet and pop the champagne! Partygoers watched the 90th Academy Award in style at AIDS CT's annual Red Carpet Experience at Spotlight Theaters in Hartford. Story here.
Say goodbye to Hartford's most iconic hot dog joint: Woody's is closing its doors after more than 40 years of serving over-the-top dogs and catering to Miami Dolphins fans. Read story here.
Kinsmen Brewing in Southington has been open since April, creating an atmosphere of community, family and kinship in an old bolt factory building along the Farmington Canal Heritage Trail. Read story here.
We met 15 of the 128 Connecticut dogs headed to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which is Feb. 10 to 13. We introduce a few of the pups here, and you can read more about all our new friends here.
Hartford Yard Goats are hosting the ultimate goat yoga experience! Goats get up close and personal during an hourlong yoga session. Everyone is guaranteed snuggle time and a photo at the end. Sessions scheduled for Jan 20. and Feb. 17 sold out quickly, but the Yard Goats plan on making this a...
The Hartford Yard Goats are adding a youth dance team, and youngsters audtioned Sunday to be part of the crew of around 50 boys and girls, ages 6-18, who will perform at Friday-night home games.