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Grating the Nutmeg

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Grating the Nutmeg

State Historian and Connecticut Explored

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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
 
Hey True Believers, forget the rest, you're listening to the BEST! the podcast for #comicbook fans! As TERRIFICON producer, Mitch Hallock and his "SUPER"-friends like comic book creator JERRY ORDWAY - and listen in to their witty banter! See Mitch and the gang every Summer at the World's Greatest Comic Con at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut the one and only TERRIFICON - remember there are a LOT of comicons out there - but there is only one TERRIFIC one - don't accept any substitutions! #Terrifico ...
 
Our weekly podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East, Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
 
With an eye on reviewing fiction and nonfiction that has regional resonance for Connecticut or Long Island, Joan Baum considers the timeliness and significance of recently published work: what these books have to say to a broad group of readers today and how they say it in a distinctive or unique manner, taking into account style and structure as well as subject matter.
 
A podcast from the members of various lodges in Connecticut discussing a variety of topics including esoteric Masonry, symbolisms, and conspiracies told from the eyes of Freemasons and not the uninitiated. Younger brothers who are king’s at breaking each other’s stones. Not a clean show at all. Come hang out and drink some beers with us while we dive into not so squared actions. Hosted by Right Worshipful Brother George Mudry and co-hosted by WBro Joe Zannino and WBro. Ken Tarwood. VIVAT!! S ...
 
Gateway Christian Fellowship is a non denominational church lead by Pastor Lance Bane in West Haven, Connecticut. As a Gateway of hope, we are building a healthy, empowered family, supernaturally experiencing and sharing the Presence of God with our region and beyond. Our mission is to help people experience the kindness of God and lead brilliant lives together. Join us weekly for an encouraging message.
 
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 ...
 
The UConn FYP&LC Podcast, "My First Year Story," will follow the journey of a first-year student as they have insightful conversations with members of UConn Nation about their first years of college. Witty and engaging, the podcast will provide a snapshot of what it's like to be a first-year student at the University of Connecticut and how we are all connected by the shared experience of going to college, learning, growing, and making mistakes along the way.
 
Mike and Artie, two native Nutmeggers, talk about life in it's fullest aspect: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Illegible and Uncensored contains weird takes on the world we live in, day-to-day life experiences, some politically-driven content, and friendly funny banter. If you like laughing at stupid takes and want a mix of political topics with a hint of making fun of everyone and everything, stick around and join us.
 
Retired Cold Case Investigator Paul Holes and Investigative Journalist Billy Jensen dig deep into unsolved murders, unidentified remains and missing persons cases. Each week listeners ride shotgun as Holes and Jensen attempt to solve the crime using a variety of methods, from old-fashioned detective work to advanced technologies including familial DNA searches, social media geotargeting, and maybe most important—the skills of their listeners who send in tips and theories, becoming active mem ...
 
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Basic Folk

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Basic Folk

American Songwriter

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Basic Folk is a podcast with honest conversations between musicians and Cindy Howes, a well-versed public radio host and music curator, and guest host Lizzie No, a talented singer/songwriter. Basic Folk approaches interviews with warmth, humor and insightful questions. This podcast fosters the folk community and showcases a genre that is often misunderstood. Basic Folk features complex conversations about the human experience witnessed from an artistic angle. Our definition of “folk” is extr ...
 
Yale Cancer Answers is a weekly radio show by Yale Cancer Center on WNPR - Connecticut Public Radio - providing the latest information on cancer screening, detection, treatment, and prevention. Hosted by Dr. Anees Chagpar from Yale Cancer Center, the show features a guest cancer specialist who will share the most recent advances in cancer therapy and respond to listeners questions. Recent show topics include breast cancer, lung cancer, melanoma, colorectal cancer, skin cancer, lymphoma, leuk ...
 
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The Workup

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The Workup

Connecticut Health Investigative Team

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The non-profit Connecticut Health Investigative Team [C-HIT] is dedicated to producing original, responsible, in-depth journalism on issues of health and safety, in Connecticut and the surrounding region.
 
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 ...
 
The Waterbury Talks podcast is a series of informative and inspiring conversations from The Waterbury – a public-private partnership between the City of Waterbury and several local organizations whose goal is to raise awareness and understanding of the growth in Waterbury, Connecticut. The Waterbury Talks goes deep with some of the region’s visionary people – discussing everything from their backgrounds and interests to reasons why you should join them in Waterbury.
 
Reporter Dan Bowens enters the Fox 5 News Tape Room to resurrect past unsolved murder and missing person cases Fox 5 News reported on in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Dan investigates crimes that have perplexed police to this day. Immerse yourself into each episode as New York area detectives and Fox 5 reporters, past and present, recount elements of each case in hopes to shed light on crimes that have gone unsolved.
 
Connecticut has the expertise, technology, innovation and institutional memory to be a worldwide leader in manufacturing once again. Hear experts from business, education and government share their thoughts on the resources, infrastructure, manpower and commitment needed to strengthen Connecticut manufacturing. Learn about the high paying careers and financial stability today’s clean, technology-driven manufacturing can deliver. Building a stronger Connecticut is why Manufacturing Matters.
 
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Ghost hunter Sean Austin was on the phone, with real audio he had collected from a possession case. Chaz and AJ went through some scary examples of the demon threatening Sean, threatening the woman's son, and hissing at a crucifix. (0:00) Dumb Ass News - An Indian official thinks emergency sirens should have their sound replaced, with musical instr…
 
With a General Election just around the corner, the so-called “sleepy” town of Guilford has made national headlines, gripped by a polarizing debate over what’s being taught in schools. Guilford High School English Chair George Cooksey and Superintendent Paul Freeman explain that while critical race theory is not itself taught in the K-12 environmen…
 
A Connecticut Historian Makes History: Recovering Phyllis Wheatley’s Lost Years UCONN legal historian Cornelia Hughes Dayton was searching through Massachusetts Court cases from the 1700s, working on a project involving mental disabilities in early America, when she came upon a find that was itself history-making: a cache of court cases that illumi…
 
This week, BBC Culture dropped its list of “The 100 Greatest TV series of the 21st Century.” No. 1 is exactly what you’d think it’d be, but below that, there’s plenty to argue about. (Deadwood at 18?! Horse pucky.) The Nose, over the years, has covered many of the shows on the list, by the way: Atlanta, Black Mirror, Fleabag, Game of Thrones, The G…
 
What happens when we die? Or… when we almost die? Hear from a neurosurgeon who had a near-death experience about his journey into the afterlife. And meet a woman who had a shared-death experience, on what it was like feeling her mother's struggle as she was dying thousands of miles away. Photo by Eric Zamora/VW PICS/Universal Images Group via Getty…
 
Chaz and AJ had Mike Schmidt from Wisconsin on the phone this morning to talk about his near world record-setting pumpkin. It was ultimately disqualified because of a small crack that he could barely fit his pinkie finger into. Mike also shared some tips on growing giant gourds, and the technique he uses to move them once they are ready for competi…
 
The week in Flubbles! AJ described his performance this week as "moderate," but the montage from this week seems to indicate that he undershot a little. (0:00) Phil has not yet chosen a costume for Halloween, so Chaz and AJ asked the Tribe to call in their suggestions before next week's Legends of Fear Monsters Ball. (5:51) The topic of personal gr…
 
Sex ed curriculum varies greatly across our state and our country. Today, please be advised we’re talking about sex specifically, sex education. Although schools are required to teach human development and disease prevention, Connecticut schools are not required to teach sexual health education. It’s often a short curriculum taught in high school. …
 
This week hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter welcome “the Nation’s Doctor,” US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy, Co-chair of President Biden’s White House COVID Task Force. Dr. Murthy explains the FDA’s latest approval for mixing vaccine brands for booster shots. He also addresses White House plans to roll out COVID vaccine support for the na…
 
Episode 33: We take a dive into the incredible work of The Soil Carbon Management Company with CEO and Vineyard owner Darek Trowbridge and Business Development Manager, Jay Monahan on their mission to put carbon back into the ground. www.soilcarbonmanagement.com www.oldworldwinery.com www.connecticut.consciouscapitalism.org…
 
Chaz and AJ called attorney Norm Pattis, to get a little clarification on the viral story of Dr. Dre being served court papers at his grandmother's funeral. After getting through why something like that might happen, Norm shared a terrific first-hand account of a crazy event he witnessed while trying to get a witness into the courtroom. Photo Credi…
 
Rust is all around us. It’s in our cars, our homes, our infrastructure. It’s also the subject of Jonathan Waldman’s book Rust: The Longest War, which introduces us to the people who fight it. This hour, Waldman joins us, and we hear from a visual artist who has found a way to incorporate rust into her work. GUESTS: Esther Solondz - A Rhode Island-b…
 
Harvard grad and Yale School of Medicine policy advisor Caroline Simmons, State Representative for the 144th District since 2014, has won an endorsement from fellow Democrats Gov. Ned Lamont and former President Barack Obama for her candidacy as mayor of Stamford, one of the wealthiest and fastest growing cities in Connecticut. The Greenwich native…
 
Season 2 of the My First Year Story Podcast is just around the corner! Join returning host, Tomaso Scotti, as he continues his journey at the University of Connecticut. With a focus on highlighting the variety of academic majors offered by UConn, this season, Tomaso will be sitting down with professors, advisors, staff, and other student leaders as…
 
Evidence indicates that slavery was a universal institution. It was practiced on every inhabited continent. It isn’t a particularly western institution at all. What has been peculiar to the West is the effort to abolish it. That effort has been largely successful when it comes to legislation—nevertheless slavery is still with us. Why is that? What …
 
Help produce Basic Folk by contributing at basicfolk.com/donate! This special episode of Basic Folk features Allison Russell, Jake Blount, Kaïa Kater, and guest host Lizzie No in a roundtable conversation about Black artists in folk music. Black musicians are more visible than ever in the roots music space, but they continue to face unique challeng…
 
We’ve been doing these shows most weeks where we don’t book any guests, where we fill the hour with your calls. The last few times, we haven’t even started with the suggestion of a topic that your calls might, potentially, be about. And those shows have been fun. So we’re doing that again. In other words: Give us a call during the 1 p.m. EDT hour a…
 
Byron and Pat discuss the Great Resignation as well as where they see the market going for the rest of the year.Giveaways provided by Martin McKinney at Service Station Equipment: bit.ly/ServiceStationEquipmentConnect with Byron Lazine:Website: https://www.byronlazine.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ByronLazine/Instagram: https://www.instagr…
 
Chaz and AJ spoke to the man at the center of a heroic rescue effort in Hartford, after an apartment building caught fire. Miguel Rodriguez and his wife (5-months pregnant) both responded to a neighboring building on fire, and did what they could to try and save people inside. Miguel admitted his family is all involved with various branches of resc…
 
Gas prices are on the rise, less people are at work but somehow the traffic is worse? Chaz and AJ talk to the Tribe about commute times and gas prices to try to figure it all out. (0:00) What is inflation, how is it affecting the state, and where does it stop? "Mr. Inflation" was on from Trinity Point Wealth to explain how this all works and when i…
 
In 1831, Simeon Jocelyn, a New Haven abolitionist, tried to establish a Black college near Yale. Now Adam Harris, the author of The State Must Provide: Why America’s Colleges Have Always Been Unequal — And How To Set Them Right, documents this ill-fated attempt — and others nationally — to establish institutions of learning for African-Americans ag…
 
Aaron Jackson, our guest speaker from The Heart Church in Hartford CT reminds us that during such a crucial time in our world today, it is important to surrender to this absolute truth: God is in control. Listen in as Aaron breaks down how we can do just that! To learn more about the Southern CT Church of Christ, visit us at sctcoc.org.…
 
Jews have a long history of resistance against antisemitism that has sought to eradicate their literal existence. The power of their resistance lies in Jewish cultural and spiritual unity and the resulting close-knit communities that have survived and thrived in response to hate. This hour, we talk about how Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood …
 
Howard Saffan, owner of the Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater in Bridgeport was on the phone with Chaz and AJ this morning to wrap up a very successful first season. Plus, he shared the exciting news of music festivals coming to the state at Seaside Park in Bridgeport, organized by the same guys that do the Governor's Ball.…
 
Dr. AJ Fauci explains why the Johnson & Johnson vaccine should have been two shots, and what you need to do to be safe during the flu season. (0:00) Archbishop Plato was on the phone to try and help AJ with his aura issue. Though, once he started to hear the details, he wasn't so sure he was going to make a difference. (14:44) 3D printed houses are…
 
Frank Tavera is the CEO of a magical place – the Palace Theater in downtown Waterbury – which has reached regional and national prominence for its beauty and sound quality. In many respects, the Palace is what it is today because of Frank’s wild idea nearly two decades ago – and because of Waterbury’s enormous support then and now. Ironically, Fran…
 
Drinking alcohol has a number of negative impacts. But humans have been doing it for thousands of years, and show no signs of stopping. This hour, we discuss why we drink, why more people are moving towards sobriety through the “sober curious” movement, and the rise of nonalcoholic cocktails. GUESTS: Edward Slingerland - Author of Drunk: How We Sip…
 
Chaz and AJ played a clip from one of Lorraine Warren's last appearances on the show, from 2010. She shared a story about one of the first times she was in contact with Ed, after his passing. (0:00) Tony Spera, son-in-law to the Warrens, was on to share some more stories about Lorraine contacting Ed after his death. He also shared the security meas…
 
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