Behind-the-scenes details on our recent immigration project and a look back at the life of Ledyard farmer Robert Burns
Reporter Lindsay Boyle recently led a project looking at the paths to legal immigration in the U.S. She joined Carlos Virgen to share some behind-the-scenes details.
Rick and Peter bring in The Day features writer Mary Biekert to talk about Ed Sheeran's cameo appearance on game of Thrones, and to look back through TV history and some...
Zig Fracassi of Sirius-XM NFL Radio and Sirius-XM Sports joins Keith to talk about the NBA turning into a soap opera with Kyrie Irving trying to get out of Cleveland and...
New reporter Erica Moser spent a couple of days at Sailfest in downtown New London and she shares her impressions of the event.
Lee Elci talks about iconic sports stars, Waterford baseball, heavy metal and his picks for the World Series
The Sports Dr Keith O'Brien and the Legend Lee Elci talk MLB all star game, world series predictions and so much more. Icons in Sports, heavy metal bands and Lee's pride for Waterford baseball.
Rick's wife made him listen to New Order. He went to a New Order "concert" and saw them playing exactly zero instruments. What do you think of concerts that are more dance and theater production than musical performance?
Connecticut has no budget, Trump continues to clash with media and feds want voter records from all 50 states
We invited editorial page editor Paul Choiniere to talk about Connecticut's budget crisis, President Trump's ongoing dust-ups with the media and his administration's requests for voter records from all 50 states.
Military and defense reporter Julia Bergman talks to us about the U.S. Coast Guard Academy's "Day One" which is the day young men and women report to the academy for the first time.
Peter hiked 52 miles on the Appalachian Trail. Rick's band played a marathon weekend of shows and almost ran out of beer, before being saved by their lead singer's Elvis impression.
East Lyme's Todd Donovan joins the Sports Doctor to discuss the best (and worst) pro ballparks in America. Donovan played 11 seasons in the minor leagues, making it as far as Triple-A with the Dodgers and the Orioles, before working with the Rays,...
A federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of the lawsuit by MGM Resorts International challenging the Connecticut law that allowed the Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot tribes to partner on a third Connecticut casino. The Day's Brian Hallenbeck...
Rick and Peter reminisce about slow dance songs from their past, and read through the list of favorites sent in by friends and listeners.
Joe Zone of WFSB 3 Connecticut joins the Sports Doctor to talk golf and baseball. How did the Travelers Championship start attracting top golfers? And how have the Yankees fallen out of first place?
Groton's Pleasant Valley Elementary School, which was built in the 1950s, closed its doors for good after promoting its last 5th-grade class.
One of Rick's former bandmates, Robert Corky Ray, calls in to reminisce, and Rick talks about getting ready to play bass in his one and only concert of the year. Plus, replacement lead singers and Pippin at Foxwoods.
Mike Buscetto was a standout high school and college basketball player. Now that his son, Waterford High School junior Mikey Buscetto, is being recruited by college coaches, Mike provides Keith with some insight into AAU basketball and how it...
There are way too many festivals in southeast Connecticut this weekend - the Strawberry Park Cajun Zydeco Festival, ComiCONN Foxwoods, the Sea Music Festival at Mystic Seaport, the New London Blues and Brews Festival, the Outer Light Brewing rebrand...
Reporters Martha Shanahan and Nate Lynch stopped by to talk about high school graduations and the seniors they profiled.
Aaron Torres, senior writer at Fox Sports, joins the Sports Doctor to help diagnose what is wrong with UConn men's basketball and break down the NBA draft. Plus, the Sports Doctor goes head to head with Bryan the intern, who insists Lebron and the...
Columnist David Collins faces long wait times at a local DMV office and The Day Editorial board recommends the legalization of recreational marijuana.
"Mansion in the Slums" by Crowded House. "I Remember California" by REM. "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" by U2. Why are there certain songs by our favorite bands that we always skip over? Steve Chupaska joins Rick and Peter to discuss. Also,...
Keith O'Brien and Mike DiMauro preview the CIAC state baseball tournaments and ask, can East Lyme and Waterford repeat their past successes despite their recent failures, who are the ECC sleepers to watch out for in the baseball tournaments, and how...
Rick and Peter share memories of concert sing-alongs gone good, and bad, including Ben Folds, Rustic Overtones, O.A.R. and Crowded House. Plus, David Crobsy at The Garde.
Keith O'Brien interviews former Norwich Free Academy and University of Connecticut basketball player R.J. Evans about his new position as a graduate assistant at Louisville under Rick Pitino. Keith's second guest is former UConn-Avery Point baseball...
We talked to graduates and their families as they embark on the next part of their military lives and we heard from Trump protesters and supporters.
Somehow, a conversation about the death of Soundgarden's Chris Cornell turns into a discussion about the merits of Curly and Schemp in The Three Stooges. Also, Vadim Neselovskyi at the Side Door Jazz Club and Ben Folds at Foxwoods.
Fifteen Connecticut residents are among this year’s Coast Guard Academy graduates, including a handful of local cadets.
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