We honor the life and legacy of an amazing member of our community…Liz Petry.
CT Examiner Notebook
From high speed and commuter rail to the latest on the marijuana business in CT…our friends at the CT Examiner cover the state with the topics and trends you may want for info about!!!
Valley Railroad Radio
Maureen gives us a rundown of the great events we can all enjoy on the historic rails and waters of the Essex Steam Train and Riverboat…we are talking Pirates, Murder Mystery…and Circus!
Little Dipper Farm in Brooklyn, CT is so unique…wait til you hear all the ways these women have made this 500-plus acre farm such a special place!!!
Brett Elliott breaks down the amazing shows coming up in the next few weeks… Warning.: tickets are selling out faster as the near-Summer attracts more visitors…so listen and act soon!
Faye Ringel shares her love of the music of the sea by outlining the upcoming Sea Music Festival and Symposium in Essex….
And the Beats Going On
Bobo runs down a “super sized” list of the gigs and venues you want to check out across the state in the coming weeks!
Talking Jazz with Ken
Ken shares stories of the Side Door Jazz Club’s first ten years…with the great Nat Reeves!
A fantastic conversation with Darcy Van Ness about the amazing spirit, mission, and people that make up A Little Compassion and The Nest in Deep River!!!
The Restaurant Roadmap
Premier of a fantastic new show with two restaurant savants serving up tips for “both sides of the menu”…the business side and the consumer side…and some “inside” tricks of the trade…plus some great stories too!
Points of Interest
Everything from the Travelers to a Shanty Festival…to Historic Gardens Day…get your big event info for the month of June in this edition of Points of Interest!
If These Walls Could Talk
Rebecca chats with Jonathan Wuerth about his 1722 Guilford house…and the fascinating lessons in history it tells…not to mention his painstaking process of taking the house apart piece by piece and then back together again…to preserve its magical history!
Gardening for Good
Judy talks about native plants…but the ones very few people know about…but you should!
911:411 Emergency Information
As our towns gain in population during these appealing warm-weather months, we get input from the police and fire leaders in our area on how we can stay safe…and out of trouble!
David explores the world of Wallace Nutting with experts Ken and Sharon Lacasse.
Lamar LeMonte explores the amazing Prohibition era along the shoreline, including getting to know two historic figures…one from Old Saybrook…gaining legendary status in these “bootlegging” times….
And The Beat Goes On...
Bobo travels…and introduces us to the wonderful Vivien Scotson….enjoy!
The Parent Project
Catherine and Cristal talk trends with our younger members of our communities…the challenges they face…and the resources available for all of us…this list of current trends is something all parents need to know about…
Sunnie and Cindy review the titles that have some Summer Buzz for must-read books! Listen in and please support our area libraries….
An important conversation with Cristal DePietro of the Durham Middlefield Youth and Family Services as our spotlight on mental health awareness month continues. Cristal shares the resources available to community members and great insights on how we can all help….
Myths and Legends
One last note on Professor Gencarella’s series on the Vagabond Era…or maybe it isn’t…but the Darn Man returns!!!
APB in the CRV
Chief DeMaio joins us to share the latest updates on area safety threats, scams, and ways we can protect our homes and families…
Florence Griswold Museum Update
It is high season at the home of American impressionism…Cafe Flo is open..the gardens are happening and new exhibits and activities to share!
Archaeology of Connecticut
Sarah and team update us on the latest activity in the field…and in the labs as we learn so much about our past….