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Are You A Military Family? You Need To Know About “Kids Of America’s Heroes”

 Jason Burke is a humble man who is an American war hero. He served in the Navy for 26-years. He was a naval pilot who flew high risk operations and reconnaissance missions over Bosnia and Iraq. He served alongside all branches of the military in Afghanistan where he lost two men, they were in a lead vehicle that Read more…

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Connecticut Filmmakers Debut “You And Me” – The Movie

    Two former Quinnipiac University film students  have just released their feature film documentary called “You and Me.” It took them 4-years to shoot in Australia. It started as a senior project at Quinnipiac. They shot 600 hours of footage and maxed out multiple credit cards to get the film made. In April of 2016, Read more…

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Bobby Palmieri’s “Have A Heart” Is In Memory Of His Dad

A junior at Quinnipiac University has set out to change the world.  Bobby Palmieri actually started on this when he was just ten when his Dad died out of the blue of a heart attack and left him and his little brother and his Mom. Three days later and grieving, Bobby Palmieri started an organization called Read more…

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“The Kalamazoo Gals,” The Story Of The Hidden Guitar Factory

 John Thomas, a Professor of Law at Quinnipiac University who is passionate about music a lover of guitar music has uncovered a story that has never before been reported.  It turns out that during World War Two there were 70 women making guitars for Gibson in a plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan.  Gibson had denied that they were Read more…

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I’m Tellin Ya, The Granite Is Pink!

None of us were around hundreds of millions of years ago, but Stony Creek Quarry’s pink granite was. Some think this igneous rock was pushed into this region in Branford, Connecticut from South Africa. These 55 acres owned by the town of Branford and leased now for the next several decades by a local family, Read more…

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