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.
Does Anyone in Waterbury Play the Italian Hand Game ‘Morra’ Anymore?
Two or more opposing players throw out one of their hands, each of you has to choose to show 0 to 5 fingers, and call out your guess as to what the sum of all fingers shown will be
10 Places for a Perfect Waterside Drive Around Connecticut
Driving sucks for the most part around Connecticut. Traffic is brutal on our highways, leisurely driving on the secondary roads will guarantee a road rage incident, and if you're not paying attention, it's easy to miss some of Connecticut's natural beauty
Remember Child World on Waterbury’s Chase Ave?
Child World made their stores resemble castles, and the Massachusetts-based company was the second largest retailer of children's toys around 1975.
A Look at My 15 Years as An i95 Radio DJ
When I tell someone what I do for a living, they think I sit in a studio and talk into a mic about music all day. I do, but there is so much more to my job than just playing music and telling you tidbits about the song or the artist you just heard.
Waterbury + Litchfield to Host Family-Friendly Fire Pit Festivals
It sucks getting stuck inside by the ice and snow, right? We're hardy New Englanders, an inch or two of ice? Get the cleats. 6-12 inches of snow? The plows will eat that up in 3 hours
Step Inside the Oldest House in Connecticut
The house also served as a place of worship, a meetinghouse for town meetings, a fort with two-foot thick granite walls, in case of attack, and as a shelter for weary travelers.
Red-Tailed Hawk Survives Shooting Attack in Oxford
When the wildlife rehabilitator examined the injured hawk, they found that the hawk was not only suffering from the arrow wound, but it had also been shot with a air rifle
The Four Antipasto Masters of Connecticut
I first remember eating the pint-sized, oily buffet of meats, cheese, and veggies at Christmas parties when I was a kid. Now? I love it, and eat it all the time
Would You Use A ‘Chat Register’ If They Came to Connecticut?
There are times in life now where the only human interaction someone might have is with a store clerk or employee at a local business. I've had those moments
I Survived a Year on the Connecticut Housing Market
My God that sucked. I feel like I can breathe again. The stress and anxiety of arranging a tour with a realtor, the anticipation of the inspection report, and wondering if you made the best bid