Recorded History Artifacts and lighthouses in Stonington

Stonington Historical Society’s outgoing president Elizabeth Wood tells about plans for the Old Lighthouse Museum, discusses the group’s role in saving old...

Song Spinner Extra with Jon Young of Straight to VHS

Straight to VHS is a three piece rock band from New London, Connecticut whose members, guitarist/vocalist Jon Young, Drummer Jay Silva, and bassist Tim Donnell, recently...

From his podcast to movies, it's all personal for Marc Maron

From his podcast to his acting roles, it's all personal for Marc Maron

‘This American Life’ star Ira Glass on favorite podcasts and ‘the power of narrative’

His signature storytelling approach — candid, narrative, sometimes startlingly intimate — inspired a generation of podcasters working across genres and styles.

Podcast: Recorded History

Sleeping in slave quarters

Joseph McGill Jr., a veteran Civil War re-enactor and former employee of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Charleston, S.C., has made it his life’s mission to sleep in every slave dwelling known throughout the United States.

Podcast: Sports Doctor

ECC Commissioner Gary Makowicki

Is the Eastern Connecticut Conference rising in stature to rival some of the other major conferences in Connecticut? ECC Commissioner Gary Makowicki joins Keith to talk about the recent successes in basketball, softball, baseball and lacrosse, as...

Podcast: Recorded History

A home run for vintage baseball

Michael Dreimiller, a member of the Thames Base Ball Club in New London, reviews the history of the game in southeastern Connecticut and how aficionados are reviving 19th-century rules.

Podcast: The Storyline

CuriousCT question results in analysis of 27 years of Connecticut state tax data

Reporter Erica Moser talks about her recent CuriousCT story looking at about 27 years of CT tax data.


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