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.
Be a Respectful Boater: Top 10 Rules of Boating According to Candlewood Lake Officials
If you've ever been on a waterway here in Connecticut, you've probably encountered a jerk here and there. You know, the guy who dropped a Mercury V12 Verado on the back of his Bayliner?
Connecticut’s Minor League Ballpark Welcomes Pups Back to ‘Bark in the Park’
I recently saw an upcoming one in the news that I thought you might want to pay attention to, especially if you love bringing your dog to an event that typically only lets humans in.
Get Your Fried Dough Fix This Weekend at Southington’s Italian Festival
My dreams of stuffing my fach full of sausage and peppers, pasta fagioli, and delicate sfogliatelles live on this week, there's an Italian-American Festival happening in Southington this weekend
There’s a Fascinating Invention to Prevent Critters From Dying in Your Pool
If you're as sick as I am of finding victims in your swimming pool, there's a product out that I thought was a great idea, and I wanted to share it while we're in the 3 month window of outdoor swimming in Connecticut.
My Mission: Finding Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef in Connecticut
If you've never experienced the best of one of your favorite things in the whole world, fellow carnivore, it's time to take a ride to any of these locations, and see what you're missing.
Animal Control Issues Warning Following Coyote Attack in Southbury
The dog that was injured during the attack must be quarantined for a minimum of 45 days, in which the poor dog must be monitored for any symptoms of Rabies
CT’s First Paranormal Convention Appears in Ansonia This Weekend
When someone mentions Dudleytown, or Little People Village, do you pay attention? Well, pay attention to this: Connecticut's first Paranormal Convention, ParaConn, is happening this coming weekend
The Time Small-Town Connecticut Locals Formed an Action Group Against the Rolling Stones
That stay in the Summer of 1989 culminated on August 12, 1989, with the Stones playing arguably, the most legendary concert in Connecticut history. It was an 11 song set at the 700 person capacity Toad's Place in New Haven
Residents Rally on Prospect Town Hall Lawn Sunday
In the two minutes that I was around the group, most of the fellow drivers passing by were honking, some of them in support, and a few others trying to antagonize them.
The Great Noise Battle of Watertown Happens Today
From what I can gather, one of the main sticking points of the argument is: If the venues have the indoor space, why aren't they keeping the performers indoors, behind noise-dampening concrete and steel