Category Archives: Television/Radio

Saturday Night Live’s, Streeter Seidell

Streeter Seidell grew up in Madison, Connecticut, went to Hand High School and became a comedy writer. For the last four years you’ve been seeing his work on “Saturday Night Live.” He’s written many of the most hilarious skits, including co-writing “David S. Pumpkins” which stars actor Tom Hanks. That skit was turned into an Read more…

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“Becoming British”

Thom Brooks was raised in Guilford, Connecticut.He went abroad to the United Kingdom as a student, first to Ireland and then to England and decided he would stay. He became a British citizen in 2011…he describes in his book, called “Becoming British” what life is like as an immigrant. He he now heads the Law School at Read more…

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Record Your Music at Danbury’s Library For Free!

Need a recording studio for free? Well guess what, the Danbury Library just put one in and as long as you have a library card you can use it. You can do up to two, three hour sessions a month. For all of you who dream of one day becoming a national recording artist and Read more…

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The One Of A Kind, Geoff Fox

People come and go in the news business, but others stay in one place a long time and become entrenched in their community. Those of you who have been with Action News, News Channel 8, and News 8 over the years got to know a weather guy by the name of Geoff Fox. He was on Read more…

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Here’s to 30 years, Connecticut!

On this date, January 16th, 1987, 30 years ago, I came to WTNH-TV, I was a mother of one, the twins had not arrived, that would be in 1989. In 1987, which seems like a lifetime ago, we were Action News 8. One gallon of gas cost 89 cents on average, a US Postage Stamp Read more…

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Bristol Beat Radio, It’s About The Community

There’s a new Connecticut local radio station in Bristol, Connecticut that will serve the community. “The Beat,” Bristol’s Rock Mix online radio station is streaming live online 24-7. An app for the station is now in the testing phase. This is the brainchild of Steve Gagne (Gag-Knee), a hometown boy and U.S. Marine who served our Read more…

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Dick Cavett to Receive The First “Spirit Of Katharine Hepburn Award”

The ‪Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center will hold its annual Summer Gala Saturday August 27th, 2016 on the historic Old Saybrook Town Green. In addition to fantastic eats and fabulous music and dancing, the inaugural Spirit of Katharine Hepburn Award will be presented as a graceful statuette sculpted in the likeness of Katharine Hepburn by Kimberly Read more…

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Coming Fall 2016 ~ “Remembering Katharine Hepburn”

Coming in the fall of 2016, my second book, Remember Katharine Hepburn. I am so pleased to continue t educate new generations about the legacy of the most iconic actress of the 20th century. Hepburn still holds the record for winning the most leading actress Academy Awards, she won 4. The book can be pre-ordered Read more…

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And The Oscar Goes To….Art Carney

 In 1975 actor Art Carney won an Oscar for the best performance by an actor for the movie “Harry And Tonto.” That year he was up against Albert Finney for the “Orient Express,” Dustin Hoffman for “Lenny,” Jack Nicholson in “Chinatown,” Al Pacino in “The Godfather, Part II.”               Read more…

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The Finale of “Downton Abbey” At The Shubert Theater

Yes, it’s here, the end of “Downton Abbey. Those six seasons just flew by, so many gorgeous costumes so little time.  If you would like to be in the same place with a whole bunch of fans, here’s your place, the Shubert Theater in New Haven, Connecticut.  

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