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A daily news podcast from the Connecticut-New York region, with a focus on the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath. Hosted by WSHU’s Charles Lane. Publishing evenings, Monday through Friday.
 
NEXT is a weekly radio show and podcast about New England, one of America's oldest places, at a time of change. It's based at Connecticut Public Radio in Hartford and is hosted by Morgan Springer. With New England as our laboratory, NEXT asks questions about how we power our society, how we move around, and how we adapt. It's about trends that provide us challenges and present us with new opportunities. New England has old rules and customs, with well-worn pathways forged centuries ago, and ...
 
Dr. Anthony Alessi is joined by experts to discuss the most important medical topics each week. Dr. Alessi is a Clinical Professor of Neurology and Orthopedics at the University of Connecticut where he is director of the UConn NeuroSport Program. In addition to consulting for multiple collegiate and professional sports organizations he currently serves as an on-air contributor for ESPN. Sponsored by Trinity Health of New England, Hartford HealthCare, UConn Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicin ...
 
Social issues have exponentially grown in priority with the rise of social media over the last decade. The effect on our younger generations has been explosive, and high school and college-aged citizens are collectively thinking more progressively than ever before, in particular about the policy lines around diversity, equity and inclusion. Colleges and universities around the country are in unique positions to help guide students as they seek to understand their place within the social move ...
 
Erika Portanova Songer & George E. O’Connell host an informative, energetic yet quirky podcast about our hyper-local real estate market and the active lifestyle in those towns. Every week we feature our Go-To-2 places in that town you must visit. We cap it off with our upcoming event picks in both Connecticut and the Greater NYC area. Thank you to our friend Adrian Blackman for our voice-over work.
 
Delving into the most dark and disturbing missing persons cold cases. Season 2 follows the disappearance of Doreen Vincent, who vanished from her father's house on June 15, 1988 in Wallingford, Connecticut. Hosted by Sarah DiMeo.
 
Basic Folk is a podcast with honest conversations between musicians and Cindy Howes, a well-versed public radio host and music curator. Cindy approaches interviews with warmth, humor and insightful questions. This podcast fosters the folk community and showcases a genre that is often misunderstood. Ironically, Basic Folk features complex conversations about the human experience witnessed from an artistic angle. Cindy’s definition of “folk” is extremely broad, so you’ll hear interviews from K ...
 
Couch Coaches is a Patriots & NFL news podcast by fans. Eric is located in Connecticut and leads the charge with his Patriots social media pages (@thehookeric). Cam is a seasoned football coach and also has a growing YouTube channel with a focus on breaking down NFL & College football film.
 
Listen to Johnson Brunetti Money Wisdom with Joel Johnson, Connecticut’s highly acclaimed retirement and investment specialist, and Certified Financial Planner®. Gain true financial wisdom and advice aimed at educating you about all of your financial options when it comes to retirement so you can make the best decisions for you and your family. Get information and education that can bring you peace of mind with your savings and retirement. Whether it’s your 401k account, IRA, or an underperf ...
 
DOG TALK® (and Kitties, Too!) originated on the only NPR station on Long Island, WLIW-88.3, where it has been on the air for 13 years and over 675 consecutive shows. This Gracie® Award-winning show (for “Best entertainment and information program on local public radio”), is produced and hosted by pet wellness advocate Tracie Hotchner. Each show features Tracie’s interviews with authors and pet experts from around the world, discussing far-ranging topics involving practical and philosophical ...
 
The Pugcast is produced by The Logos Center and features Dr. Thomas Price, Dr. Glenn Sunshine, and Pr. C. R. Wiley. The Pugcast is recorded at The Corner Pug--a well-known watering hole in tony West Hartford, Connecticut. (Hence the name, "pugcast"--also the reason there is so much background noise.) The show could be described as "3 over-educated Reformed guys riffing on philosophy, theology, and stuff that bugs them." Each episode they invite you to take a seat in their booth and listen in ...
 
Join 3 friends as they explore the beer world together from across the country. 3 friends from Connecticut, Montana, and North Carolina experience the craft beer industry from drinking local and national brews, interviewing, and homeworking their own beer. Not to be constrained by alcohol types the guys also explore Obert's liquor cabinet and Tud's vermouth fridge.The guys and gals will discuss a wide variety of topics from beer brewing to comedy and world events. Remember to have fun and al ...
 
Connecting jobseekers & entreprenuers with career opportunities. Gene Hodge is a futurist, author, motivational speaker, and training consultant; and Founder & President of Hodgepodge Training Inc. (HTI) and Hi-Tech Training Associates (HTA), Gene brings 20 years of experience and innovation from corporate information systems, training, and management dedicated to providing quality training to make people and organizations more productive. Gene has taught computer and job-seeking skills trai ...
 
Let’s get together and chat. The CTWeekender Podcast is the way to find out about the best activities going on in Connecticut. The CT Weekenders news authority gives us the edge of being “in the know” This is a very laid back podcast aiming to bring fun and information to our listeners while they drive, sit in their office, workout or even while relaxing.
 
As non-profit journalism organizations, Connecticut Public Radio and the Connecticut Mirror share an objective — to educate the people of our state about how their government works, what it means to function in a democratic society, and the importance of understanding both their rights — and their responsibilities — as citizens.
 
Think.Do.Lead. is a podcast about where creative ideas come from and where they lead. Host Katherine Bergeron, President of Connecticut College, holds conversations with inspiring minds from a variety of fields, from advocates who know how to put their ideas into action and innovators who are working to find inventive solutions to age old problems to educators who are shaping a new generation of thinkers, doers, and leaders.
 
Grating the Nutmeg scratches beneath the surface of Connecticut's history with stories from Connecticut Explored, the state's most popular history magazine, and new content unique to this podcast. All are stories about the past well worth hearing in the present. A joint production of the State Historian and Connecticut Explored, our goal is to give you great history you look forward to listening to
 
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This election, NPR and many local affiliates, including stations within the New England News Collaborative , will count on the Associated Press to call the winner of the presidential race and other key contests in the U.S. To make its call, the AP deploys a network of stringers and analysts in all 50 states to examine the vote tallies as they come …
 
How do we teach students about the environment in a meaningful way? Theodora Pinou, professor of biology at Western Connecticut State University, steps outside to find out. Dr. Pinou is a professor of Biology at WCSU, and a Curatorial Affiliate in Vertebrate Zoology at the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University. She received her BA, M…
 
CT’s economic recovery is going to be slow, but the question looms: How slow? According to the Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis at UConn, it could take a decade or more to undo the pandemic's economic damage. Every sector of the economy is hurting, but damage to the restaurant industry might be the longest-lasting. The leisure and hospitali…
 
Mighty John the Record Guy has worked with horror writer Stephen King a lot in the past, and told Chaz and AJ a scary story about the things he heard while supposedly alone in Stephen's home. (0:00) Dumb Ass News - Chaz and AJ don't seem to think a bunch of guys wanting to fire bowling balls out a cannon are dumbasses. (3:05) Frances bought a haunt…
 
How is the Department of Correction preparing for the next wave of the coronavirus? How are prisons working to contain the spread of the virus amongst Connecticut's prison population? This hour, newly appointed DOC Commissioner designate Angel Quiros joins us to answer our questions and yours. Coming up, we talk about the commissioner’s plans to re…
 
(Image - Brookfield Registrars, chistinascucina.com) With elections leaving so many people with a bitter taste in their mouths, we're celebrating one of Connecticut's oldest – and for centuries best known – traditions; the Connecticut Election cake. In this conversation with Allie Kyff of the Connecticut Democracy Center at Connecticut's Old State …
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Connecticut Attorney General William Tong, who recently called out pharmaceutical giants for intimidating safety net providers and Community Health Centers offering low cost drugs to vulnerable patients protected through the 340B Pricing. Tong is also leading a team of Attorneys General…
 
We revisit the Black Rock neighborhood in Bridgeport, CT. BR was our first podcast back in early 2020. Real Estate all over CT has been going crazy and Black Rock is no exception. In our Industry Focus we created a simple checklist for your new home's maintenance and upkeep. This time we check out 2 new places in our Go-To-2; Mark's Art and Harborv…
 
A lot of people are wondering if it's time to look at "court packing," and other court reforms, to address judiciary dysfunction that we can see playing out during this election and in the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett. Look at what's happening with voting rights. The Supreme Court had been asked to intervene in several state decisions …
 
President Trump was on the phone to talk about Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation into the Supreme Court, Mike Pence being the perfect hype man, and why he's going to be Rudy Giuliani for Halloween. Then, former VP Joe Biden wouldn't give the phone back to the President. (0:00) Dumb Ass News - A special Tesla perk allows the driver to play fart sound…
 
This week hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Howard Koh, the Harvey V. Fineberg Professor of Public Health Leadership at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. A former Assistant Secretary for Health at the Department of Health and Human Services, and says the lack of a national public health response to the pandemic h…
 
Transgender and nonbinary people can face misgendering at the polls. This week on NEXT, how that can make voting especially stressful this election. And with Nov. 3 just around the corner, we hear from the Associated Press about its process for calling the presidential race … and about 7,000 others around the country. Plus, we talk to Boston hip-ho…
 
Maria Hinojosa has been a groundbreaking journalist reporting on politics, immigration, and more for years. From being the first Latina in NPR’s newsroom to starting her own media company, Hinojosa has pushed the mainstream to acknowledge the importance of Latinx representation. This hour we talk with Hinojosa about her new book Once I Was You, A M…
 
Stella Schindler is one half of the DC area Americana band Kentucky Avenue, who's been (safely) working on their sophomore album throughout the pandemic. Stella, an English teacher at an all-girls Catholic School, has led a transient path throughout her life, but music was always constant. She lived in a number of different places growing up; not l…
 
Many of us are missing shared spaces right now. Robin Zebrowski, associate professor of cognitive science at Beloit College, explores why. Robin Zebrowski’s research focuses on embodied cognition and many of its implications, from how humanoid bodies affect the possibility of general artificial intelligence in robotics to the ways that embodiment i…
 
When Debra O’Neall gets home from her overnight shift at a nursing home in Danbury, she removes her scrubs and jumps in the shower before she does anything else. Later, she settles in on the sofa, turns on the news, picks up a sketchbook from the coffee table and begins to draw.By Nicole Leonard
 
Chaz and AJ invited Dr. Dennis on to see if Ashley had a legit claim about her mental anguish, as an excuse for not watching "Sinister" over the weekend. (0:00) Kevin Donovan wrote a book, "The Billionaire Murders" about a high profile case in Canada. Chaz and AJ invited him on this morning to explain what he's uncovered, and why police originally …
 
It's our annual Halloween special! For this year, the script kind of wrote itself. We look at the way our current, actual horror is likely to affect our future fictional horror through the lens of the genre's past distinct historical eras. Plus: A new study that seems to say that horror fans were better prepared for the pandemic than the wimpy rest…
 
It’s the final Wheelhouse before election day, and we’ve got a lot to talk about. This hour, Colin McEnroe hosts as we look at the latest on the Presidential election where younger Americans are voting early in record numbers, and panelist Leah Wright-Rigueur says the GOP is flattering Black voters, while discouraging voter turnout. Also, how confi…
 
Contracting COVID-19 may lead to many challenges. David Meyer, associate professor of voice at Shenandoah University, explores those associated with surviving. A leading scholar and researcher of the singing voice, Dr. David Meyer is an active performer, teacher, and voice scientist. He serves as associate professor of voice and voice pedagogy at S…
 
Chaz and AJ played audio of a report from Channel 3 WFSB of Governor Lamont explaining how "Phase 3" will be affected by increasing COVID-19 cases. The fun part was all the way at the end, Matthew Campbell's signature sign off. (0:00) Hamden police cracked down on a house that was housing over 30 animals. Tribe member Michelle knew where the house …
 
We wake up to coffee from a pod, listen to music through our EarPods from our iPods, drive our Smart cars and Fiats and other increasingly pod-shaped vehicles, wash our clothes using Tide pods, and while we wait for the clothes to dry, we listen to our favorite podcast through our AirPods from our HomePod. Sound about right? What is it about pods t…
 
Dogs are man’s best friend, but what’s really going on inside of their heads? This hour, we talk with canine cognition researcher Brian Hare. Hare runs Duke University’s Canine Cognition Center, and is the co-author of the new book: Survival of the Friendliest: Understanding Our Origins and Rediscovering Our Common Humanity. Hare’s research says wh…
 
Happy Hyperpop Halloween my little Ghouls and Goblins! This year we celebrate the scariest holiday of all with musical artist, big time CEO, and child of the internet, Fraxiom! They help us create the scariest Haunted House attraction this side of Halloweentown using just the five senses and our terrible jokes as building materials! So keep your co…
 
This fall, Logan Dancey, an associate professor at Wesleyan University, asked his students to work with three other schools to comb the websites of candidates for state Senate in Georgia, Minnesota and Connecticut. He was curious about how candidates featured issues like voting on their websites.By Patrick Skahill
 
The Trump Administration continues to downplay the pandemic, Vice-President Mike Pence campaigns even as staff members in his inner circle test positive for SARS-CoV-2, and Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union," that the Administration is no longer going to control the pandemic. Some Americans are beginning to fear a…
 
The state’s new color-coded COVID alert system has designated 19 Connecticut towns as “red alert towns” for having positive test rates exceeding 15 per 100,000 residents for a two-week period. Gov. Ned Lamont has given these towns the option of pulling back from Phase 3 reopening to Phase 2.By John Henry Smith
 
This close to election day, it's easy for all conversation about politics to be about the horse race. But as this year has shown us, there are some enduring issues surrounding this election: voting rights, systemic racism, the impact of the pandemic on our political life, and the health of our democracy. In this Steady Habits special election editi…
 
In 2020, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion officers are rapidly becoming the real MVPs at colleges and universities across America. As Southern Connecticut State University's first chief DEI strategist, Dr. Diane Ariza brings more than two decades’ experience of administrative leadership in social justice and a background of teaching and research in…
 
The role of journalism as a non-partisan checkpoint has been largely called into question during the rise of social media and accusations of fake news, with conversations often curving back to the question of, “Who gets to own the truth?” Professor Frank Harris, III, joins us this week to discuss how this criticism is affecting conversations on div…
 
In today's show Chris presents a book review published in First Things. The title of the review is "Postconstitutional America" and the book being reviewed is "The Stakes: America at the Point of No Return" by Michael Anton. The review can serve as an introduction to Leo Stauss and his followers, particularly the west coast Straussians of the Clare…
 
Football recruiting will never be the same, but what makes a good recruit won’t change. Russell Goodman, professor of mathematics at Central College, examines what lures recruits to a certain institution. Russ Goodman has served Central College since 2002, teaching at all levels of the curriculum. He especially enjoys learning about sports analytic…
 
Hey folks and welcome back to another edition of Drinking (Alone), With Friends! This week the three co-hosts reunite in Tud's kitchen to record a Halloween episode with some tasty beers! We have a lot to catch up on, Halloween costumes to compare, new beers to try and so much more on today's episode so check out this special episode of DWF! Three …
 
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