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I-Khanic Socks Designed in Connecticut

His motto… “Aim high, don’t be shy.” Inaam Khan, a mechanical engineer from Manchester, decided to develop his I-Khanic sock company after posting colorful shots of his own socks he wore to work in the corporate world. He started the company in 2017, and not even one year later he has sold more than one-thousand pairs Read more…

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The Northrups Know Gadgets

If you’re a camera and gadget person, chances are you know about a Connecticut couple on You Tube. Tony and Chelsea Northrup just passed the one-million subscriber mark since setting up their studio in their home six years ago, now they talk to people from all over the world about the latest items on the market Read more…

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Come Fly With Connecticut’s Shoreline Aviation Seaplanes

There are just a handful of seaplane companies in America, and one is based in New Haven, Connecticut called, Shoreline Aviation. It was founded nearly 40 years ago by a classically trained Trombone player, who needed to get from here to there quickly for gigs so, John Kelly got his pilot’s license. At first land was his Read more…

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Special Olympics Celebrates 50 Years Lighting The World In Red

  Friday, July 20th, 2018, iconic buildings and major landmarks around the world and well-known structures in Connecticut will be lighted in RED for Special Olympics to mark its 50th Anniversary. The organization was started in 1968 by President Kennedy’s sister, the late Eunice Kennedy Shriver. Over the years… millions of people with intellectual disabilities have competed Read more…

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The Pentagon’s Security System Was Built In Connecticut

    Here’s something I bet you didn’t know, it turns out the Pentagon’s electronic security system was built at a second generation business in Connecticut.  It’s called Microboard Processing Incorporated, its complex electronic components are made in Seymour. Now headed by Nicole Russo after her father handed off the reigns, the 35-year old company has Read more…

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Radio’s Vinnie Penn Takes You On A Delicious New England Tour

WELI Radio’s Vinnie Penn of “The Vinnie Penn Project” is a lot of things. A talk radio host, a stand up comedian, a father, and a foodie. His latest book called “Route One Food Run” combines his love of music and food. He stopped in at restaurants along Route One from Connecticut all the way to Maine, talked Read more…

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If You’re Vegan, You’ll Love Three Girls Vegan Creamery In Connecticut

For those of you who follow a vegan diet and have a tough time finding variety when it comes to meals, Guilford, Connecticut’s Three Girls Vegan Creamery might hold some answers. The company is owned by a Mom and her two daughters who eat vegan. In just a few years, the company’s popularity is beyond Read more…

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This Connecticut Innovator Is Changing The Way We Look At Power

There is an energy storage solutions company based in Wilton, Connecticut that is working to lower the cost of energy with the help of its lithium-ion batteries which are made in the state. The company, Cadenza Innovation, was founded in 2012 and is headed by Swedish-born chemist, Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud. In the next year, this technology will be Read more…

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Will NASA Select New Haven’s Habitat For Mars?

A competition is underway right now through NASA. They’re looking fo America’s brightest to help figure out how to build sphere-like houses on Mars using 3-D printing technology and using materials that are already on the red planet…which isn’t much, but red martian soil….the place is pretty cold too. There are 18 groups across the country. Will the Read more…

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Regift The Wrap, No Tape, No Scissors, No Waste

The winner of the 2018 Connecticut Small Business Administration best home-based business is Regift The Wrap. It was launched in January of 2018. The creator is Glastonbury, Connecticut’s, Linda Longobardi. She decided to try to put a stop to the practice of wrapping gifts with paper that then gets discarded and ends of in up landfills. She Read more…

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