Great updates on fishways being engineered in the CRV...
Tony introduces us to Alisha Milardo, Executive Director at the CT Audubon Roger Tory Peterson Estuary Center, and we learn about their important work...
Another installment of the amazing WWI experiential education spearheaded by the CT State Library...
Holiday preview for the coming Holidays at this incredible venue...
Call-ins, drive-bys, trivia, calendar rundowns and so much more CRV fun!
We learn about the Polish holiday celebrations and how we can honor this part of our state's cultural landscape.
Ken breaks down the world renowned talent comingto the Side Door in coming weeks...amazing...
Some things you just gotta talk about often...opioids in our communities...how do we fight this crisis?
Great tips for those of us who love to tour homes...!
Drew, Chris, and Marcus report on the culture scene in Eastern CT!
We meet the amazing Fred Frese...author, historian, tap dancer...oh this should be fun!!!!
Our fantasy football league nears end of regular season...hoops, college football...and more!
Be part of this new program dedicated to the walking and running community in Connecticut and the tips and events and social netwrok that can lead to a healthier life!
Great concert coming up of all original music from standout bands from the CRV!!! Get the details.
Robin shares music culture pserspective with Professor Stephen Gencarella.
The Muster Year in Review...with a full cast of characters!
We are covering maintenance and repair questions...talking racing and hobbies...vintage and classics...the whole thing...
In our first episode, we explore the procedures and passions with emergency help in the sky, with Donald MacMillan, Sky Health Flight Coordinator for Yale New Haven Hospital and Captain Doug Harreys of Essex FD.
Your toe will be tapping...guaranteed.
Talking birds of prey with A Place Called Hope.