Hey, I'm Lou Milano. I've been a broadcaster since 1999, and have been a co-host of the i95 Morning Show since 2007. I'm originally from Brewster, NY, and now live in Danbury, CT with my wife Erica and our four children. My years in broadcasting have afforded me so many exciting opportunities in television and on-stage, and while those are fun, it’s all about radio for me. Broadcasting is my passion, and, every morning, I fall in love with the job all over again. My morning show partner Ethan Carey and I treat this job for what it is -- a great privilege. It’s an honor to entertain the loyal listeners of the mighty i95. We also happen to be damned good at what we do.
Danbury Radio Personality Spotted and Photographed by Google Street View Camera
OK, I'm not bragging, but that is my car. I was cruising "the web" looking for funny, awkward, interesting or odd things captured by Google Instant Street View in our local area and I spotted me.
Violin Playing Scammer Has Covered A Lot of Ground in Greater-Danbury, Many Residents Know It’s Fake
The report was all about an individual who has been seen in Mahopac "playing" a violin in public places, and asking for money. The panhandler usually has a sob story about feeding their family, or being in need but witnesses told the paper, it's a fake and they've seen the man counting large sums of cash.
What Not-To-Do When Interacting With Annabelle From a Man Who Knows, Dan Rivera
Dan told us he takes great precautions so he is able to deal with the doll, he goes to church, confession and gets blessings from his priest, and there are still consequences after he comes into contact with Annabelle. He recalled an experience he had recently, after helping move Annabelle,
CT Woman Says She’s Making Thousands of Dollars a Day Bottling and Selling Her Sweat
CT's Steph Matto first entered the world-stage, on the hit reality TV show "90 Day Fiance" but was not finished with her 15-minutes of fame when her time on the show was over. Afterwards, she parlayed that notoriety into social media fame. Matto used her platform to jar, and sell her own farts.
Danbury Mayor Dean Esposito Explains Why He is Rocking a 70’s Style Mustache
You cannot be macho, unless you've rocked a non-ironic mustache is a multitude of different decades, and Espo has. His 2022 stache got on my radar a few weeks back when I saw him marching with a local group down Main Street. We caught up with Mayor Esposito on Friday (5/13/22) and asked him about it, this is what he had to say:
Could CT Sustain an NFL Franchise? The Answers Had Little to Do With Sports
Despite the unmitigated wealth and open space, CT doesn't seem to have the professional sports franchise elixir. That didn't stop me from asking my fellow CT residents. I brought the question to social media and got a lot of answers, most of them were "no" or "nope" but a few others had a theme that interested me. Below are some of those answers.
City of Danbury Video Features Mayor Esposito Casually Draining Buckets
And the week prior, I shared with my readers that the City of Danbury has teamed up with the Danbury Sports Dome for a Summer Camp program for city residents. Now those two messages intersected with one another, and we've learned a few things as a result, Danbury Mayor Dean Esposito can shoot the J, and he knows it.
CT Tax Commissioner Mark Boughton Announces New Income Tax-Deduction Beginning Next Year
Boughton is a long-time friend of the Ethan and Lou Show on I-95, so when he wants to make an important announcement, he calls us. This was happy news coming from the state, in the form of tax cuts, here is what he told us on Thursday (5/12/22):
CT Governor Ned Lamont Limits Consecutive Solitary Confinement Days for State Prisoners
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed a new bill into law on Tuesday (5/10/22) that would reduce the amount of consecutive days a CT prisoner could spend in solitary confinement.
TikToker Says He Has Original Danbury Trashers Jersey Worth $2K
When the story of the Galante family and the Danbury Trashers was told on the Netflix series "Untold", the Danbury Trashers logo became the hottest piece of pop-art in the country.