I've been lucky enough to work at all of my favorite Connecticut radio stations around the state over the course of my 30 year+ career. I'm a Waterbury native that likes: my wife, my life, music, dogs, Subarus, seafood, medium-rare ribeye steaks, occasional intoxication, fully recovering from elective surgeries, making commercials that make you laugh, writing articles that inform, make you mad, or gives you the urge to giggle and respond, the smell of a just lit matchstick, the combination of proscuitto and fresh mootz, and watching live music.
Hidden Gem: Waterbury’s Only Blue Blazed Hiking Trail
The funny thing is, I've been there. Back in the day, my old friends the Platt brothers, who lived in the Waterville section of town, used to take us along the trail to a clearing, where we used to shoot stuff
Final “Free Fishing License Day” in Connecticut This Weekend
The heat is supposed to break Friday night, and Saturday is the final "Free Fishing License Day" here in Connecticut.
Brand-New Southbury Market Temporarily Shut Down After Car Crashes Into Building
A motor vehicle accident, that thankfully left no one injured, occurred on Monday in Southbury, and it's severely damaged one of Southbury's newest businesses
Torrington Police Welcome Their New Therapy Dog to the Team
Dogs have a calming effect on tense situations, their unconditional love, and general playfulness can do wonders in the right situation
City of Danbury Introduces Program to Honor Hometown Veterans
The banners will be displayed annually between Memorial Day and Veterans Day. After Veterans Day, the banners will be removed, and placed in storage, with the option to be hung up again the following year
A Behind the Scenes Tour of Connecticut’s Stunning New Amphitheater in Bridgeport
The amphitheater was created to be completely customer-focused with free parking, 3:1 ratio of ladies restrooms and so much more.
Unexpected Finds In Middlebury Gas Stations: Smoky BBQ & Staub
I know, there are many other places that carry Basmati Rice, Maldon Sea Salt, and wood-smoked Texas Brisket and Ribs, but I'll bet you that you can't get $40 on pump 2 while you're there
Governor Lamont Submits Disaster Fund Request To Help CT Farmers
Because of this, damages and crop loss to Connecticut Farms has broached the 30% loss trigger for a Federal Disaster Declaration, which Lamont has just submitted for approval yesterday
State Grant Provides $3.8 Million For 97 Connecticut Nonprofits
Non-profit organizations are at a heightened risk of being a target in a terrorist attack, hate crime or violent act.
Connecticut’s Oyster Industry and Farmers Get Boost From New Legislation
Public Act 21-24 basically allows the oyster farmers along the shoreline more wiggle room in the strict laws governing them when it comes to their oyster beds along Long Island Sound