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Welcome to Living in Connecticut! On this channel, I talk about my home state of Connecticut and help home Sellers and Buyers make smart real estate decisions. You'll learn insider secrets about Living in Connecticut that only Connecticuter will know. I will answer all of your real estate questions so you know you are making the best decision possible when it comes to your home.
 
Noted story teller and former journalist Mike Allen narrates amazing tales about people, places and events from Connecticut history. His style and enthusiasm make history relatable, interesting, fun and informative and he occasionally features special guest interviews. You certainly don‘t have to be from Connecticut to enjoy these stories -- you just need to find history interesting and to love a good story. Episodes are never more than two weeks apart, and are often available more frequentl ...
 
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.
 
Attorney Hastings reveals his secrets to simplify personal injury law in Connecticut. Richard devotes his practice to helping those who have suffered injuries. The cases he work on consist of a variety of injuries. These include motor vehicle accidents, dog bites, hit and runs, and pedestrian accidents.
 
Come and hear the strange tale of The Boss Hank Morgan, a modern day (at the time of publication) Connecticut Yankee who inexplicably finds himself transported to the court of the legendary King Arthur (as the title of the book implies). Hank, or simply, The Boss, as he comes to be most frequently known, quickly uses his modern day knowledge and education to pass himself off as a great magician, to get himself out of all sorts of surprising, (and frequently amusing) situations, as well as to ...
 
When Hank Morgan, a practical, no-nonsense Yankee who works in an ammunition factory as a head superintendent gets into a fight with an aggressive employee, little does he know what's in store for him. The bully lays Morgan low with a skull-crushing blow delivered with a crowbar and knocks him out. When Morgan regains consciousness, he finds himself transported back in time, to the sixth century. From here on, the story describes the travails of a hard-boiled, true blue American with strong ...
 
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It was one of the most explosive labor issues of the early 1900s – and it involved the United Hatters Union. That union represented the workers who created the hats that put Danbury, Connecticut on the international map at the time. Were unions monopolizing workers – and, could they therefore be sued under the new Sherman Anti-Trust Act? The case w…
 
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The name Jonas Salk is synonymous with vaccines. He invented the polio vaccine, wiping out the dreaded disease in the U.S. amongst all people who got vaccinated. His nephew, Eric Salk, is an emergency room physician in Connecticut. He knew his uncle for many years, getting to know him well. In this episode, we speak with Eric about his recollection…
 
It’s an incredible story – much like a fairy tale. An artist built and donated (for free) 74 gigantic wood carvings of Native Americans – one for each of the 50 states, as well as countries overseas. Guest Peter Toth calls his nearly 20-year art project The Trail of the Whispering Giants. He says he's paying homage to Native Americans for the injus…
 
When the Erie Canal was built in New York State, industrialists in Connecticut said, “We can do that too.” And so, work began on a large canal that would ultimately cut the state in half – both physically and politically. It pitted New Haven against Hartford. People have since largely forgotten about the 4-foot-deep canal, which connected Long Isla…
 
By April 26, 1777, The British had sailed from New York City, docked off Westport and marched inland through Weston, Redding and Bethel. Now, their 2,000 soldiers were ready to enter Danbury, on Saturday, for a weekend stay – where they would eliminate the town as a military supply depot for the Patriots fighting in the Revolutionary War. The only …
 
The story of the British campaign to eliminate Danbury, Connecticut as a key military supply depot during the Revolutionary War is filled with surprises and sorrow. In part one of this two part special series, hear about the ruthlessness of British General William Tryon who led the raid, the dominant force assembled by the British, the scrappy resi…
 
In Luke 1 Zachariah breaks out into a song of praise regarding the coming Messiah. This week we examine the first half of that song and discuss how it would have been received by those in the crowd listening. What sort of salvation were they expecting? Did Jesus fulfill that expectation? What sort of Jesus are you expecting to find today?…
 
It’s a totally different life style; another whole world. Flying a 2-seat or 4-seat airplane, with just one or two propellers, in the skies over Connecticut. Beautiful views, but dangerous. Paved airstrips and grass airstrips. Sharing the sky with 747s. Two of the oldest airplane clubs in the country are based in Danbury and Meriden. Hear the incre…
 
Connecticut has sent many a world champion to the annual Soap Box Derby championship race in Akron, Ohio over the years. What are their tricks? How does it feel to race down a 16% grade? What's the story behind the Derby, that has offered excitement to children aged 7-21, while instilling skills and leadership qualities in them for more than 75 yea…
 
Sometimes, we take the words for granted – the separation of church and state. Many people think, incorrectly, that they’re contained in the U.S. Constitution. Actually, they’re in a letter – written by President Thomas Jefferson to a group based in Danbury. It’s a fascinating story, which historian Bill Devlin will help us understand in greater de…
 
What if they created a town in New England – without a town center, a town green or a big white church? That's what happened to the town of Brookfield, CT. There was no agreed, central downtown location when the town was formed in the 18th century. How did this happen? You'll find out. And, you'll learn about the town's rather elaborate steps to cr…
 
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