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Fireside Chats With NYBERG ~Bill Koczocik (Ko-Cha-Chick)

On this episode of “Fireside Chats with Nyberg” is cameraman extraordinaire, Bill Koczocik. You’ll find out that Bill is a real renaissance man.You’re going to get to know all the people who work inside the WTNH-TV studios, there are so many interesting people here.   ,

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Nutmeg Junction Goes To “Little Poland”

“Little Poland” Ambassadors include Nutmeg Junction’s creator, J Timothy Quirk and Ann Nyberg.

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I’m A “Little Poland” Ambassador

On April 27th, 2014 during the annual Polish Festival in “Little Poland” in New Britain, Connecticut, I had the honor of being named a “Little Poland” Ambassador along with  J. Timothy Quirk who is the creator of Network Connecticut’s cartoon “Nutmeg Junction.” Several years back, I came to the polish section of the city to Read more…

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Nutmeg Junction in Connecticut’s “Little Poland”

The Nutmeg Junction trolley was invited to travel to Little Poland, which is the Broad Street section of New Britain and we gladly accepted the invite! It’s a wonderful community and really defines the essence of the term “neighborhood”. There are neighborhood delis, neighborhood groceries, neighborhood meat stores, neighborhood bakeries and neighborhood restaurants all within Read more…

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AJ Jansen Is A Country Rebel Rose

At six years old AJ Jansen, growing up in Torrington, Connecticut, got on stage at school and started singing and there has been no looking back. She liked the attention, found she had talent, and to this day is going for that “rock country” dream. At the age of ten she started writing music too, Read more…

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Connecticut’s “Little Poland”

Connecticut is a state of nearly 3 million people. Among its residents nearly 50 major ethnic groups all living together in the Constitution state. In the city of New Britain, Connecticut there is a very strong Polish community made up of about 15,000 Poles. As with all ethnicities, it’s the rich traditions that are so Read more…

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Polish Happy Hour in Connecticut

If you see these two coming, stop what you’re doing and talk to them, these young gals plan to set the world on fire, and their missions are well underway. Magdalena Slysz of Farmington and Sara O’Leary of Bristol are best friends, joined at the hip, the ole “wherever she goes, I go” kind of Read more…

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Gather Around, It’s Time To Make the Sausage

Right here is one of the hardest working guys in show business, Mr. Bill Koczocik. Bill is a colleague at WTNH-TV, in New Haven, Connecticut and mans the cameras for the news shows, he’s also a video and still photographer and a million other things. Of course we all know that Bill, who is originally Read more…

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