Pam Brooks here, but you can also call me PamJam. My first time at i95 was the overnight gig when I was just out of college radio — WXCI at WestConn. I moved on to two other rock stations, but have been happily back rocking at i95 for quite a while. I consider myself so blessed to be employed doing what I do best; talk and play great music, contrary to popular belief that shopping is my forte. I did work in a shoe store while in college, but I never made any money, because I generally spent my whole paycheck on — you guessed it — the shoes. To know me is to know I am an accessories freak and shoe maven. Born and raised in New York, we came to Connecticut when I was 12. I'm an only child who was always the kid in class raising her hand to read out loud. So, not only did that foster my love of public speaking, but also my addiction to books. Now, Let's ROCK!
Kent Sidewalk Festival Captures the Tiny Town’s Charming Vibe
On the quest to find little pieces of Connecticut to enjoy before Summer is gone? Take a ride up into the Litchfield area and enjoy a day around Kent, Connecticut.
The Heat Is Set for a Triumphant Comeback in This Strange Summer
I know it's just not me thinking that the Summer of 2017 has been weird, weather wise!
Bush Brothers Offers Update on Potentially Defective Cans of Baked Beans
A week ago the Bush Brothers & Company voluntarily recalled certain 28 ounce cans of Brown Sugar Hickory Baked Beans, Country Style Baked Beans and Original Baked Beans because cans may have defective side seams. They have recently posted an update on their website.
Who Will Be Served Up in the Déjà Vu Diner With Pam This Week?
Get in your Classic Rock requests, played every day between noon and 1:00 PM at the Déjà Vu Diner. So, Let's Rock!
PETA Wants Animal Ban For Connecticut Man
Since two dogs apparently lost their lives, on two separate occasions, in similar fashion at the hands of this Connecticut man, I can see where PETA is coming from.
Stop Rubbernecking, Connecticut — One City May Buy Victim-Blocking Shield
The city of Bridgeport is looking at a new product designed to shield fatalities from view of the public.
Governor Malloy Signs Nondiscrimination Executive Order
In my heart, I believe that anyone who has the desire to serve their country and put their lives on the line, should, if they are physically able, be allowed to.
Connecticut Renaissance Faire Bids Farewell to North Haven + Relocates
One of the coolest events anywhere is a Renaissance Festival. All that jousting, and chainmail armour, and larger than life turkey legs. There's a change in store for a local favorite however.
West Nile Virus Found In Connecticut Towns Again
West Nile Virus and mutant poison ivy in Connecticut. Now that's some nastiness.
‘Seussical’ Brings Music and Wonder to Richter Park in Danbury
Time to grab your lawn chair, or blanket and dig the mind of the creative Dr. Seuss.