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Connecticut Town Greens

What is the oldest town in Connecticut? Answer, Wethersfield and Windsor have ongoing discussions about which town was permanent first in the 1630’s. How many town greens are there in the state? There are 170, some towns have more than one. Which town has the largest green in the state and perhaps in the country? 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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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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Fireside Chats With Nyberg~ Television News Producer Jon Rosen

Episode #8/ On “Fireside Chats With Nyberg LIVE television news producer Jon Rosen. Jon produces the 6 pm news broadcast and is also Executive Producer of WTNH News 8‘s political show “Capitol Report.” We go way-y-y-y-y back. He’s an interesting cat, he’s wired for technology.

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Connecticut Shoreline Moms Form A Coalition To Help Their Special Needs Kids

In the shoreline towns of Madison and Guilford parents of children who are on the autism spectrum or who have special needs have formed a group to help them move forward in uncharted  waters. They’re part of SEPTO or Special Education Parent Teacher Organization. Their goes is to help their kids thrive and become independent members of Read more…

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A Home Called New England

  “A Home Called New England,” A new book just coming out chronicles the history of homes all the way back to the 1600’s. The architect behind the book is Duo Dickinson, in practice for 40-years in Madison and has built all kinds of dwelling in the area…much of his work has pro-bono over the years as Read more…

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Ballroom Dancing At its Best

  Champion ballroom dancers. Fourteen year old Ariel Mayer is from Guilford, Connecticut her dancing partner, 25-year old Daniel Burke, is from New York. Ariel is so engrossed in her dancing that she is being homeschooled in a variety of ways so that she can travel to her competitions. This air is lighting up dancefloors all over Read more…

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The Adam Greenberg Story: “Get Up, The Art of Perseverance”

Branford, Connecticut’s Adam Greenberg’s dream to play in major league baseball ended with his debut with the Chicago Cubs. The then 24-year old, stepped up to the plate ready to hit and instead HE got hit in the head with a 92-mile an hour pitch. It knocked him to the ground and he suffered a compound skull 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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Introducing The Pizza People

Susan McDevitt of Madison is a mother of 7. Chance Jackson is a 26-year old who helps youth in New Haven. Both understand what it is to get a helping hand. McDevitt is a cancer survivor, and the day after Christmas of 2016, Jackson lost everything he had in a fire. Despite their challenges they give to others. Read more…

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