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A new look at New England, as hosts Travis Poppleton and Terrance Abney discuss what it’s like to experience moving to the Northeast. Whether you’re planning to visit or relocate to this bucolic part of the world, the Connecticut Show will help you navigate the in’s and out’s.
 
This is the true story of the Kings Chapel group located in Norwich Connecticut & Mansfield Woodhouse England • New episode is here • More episodes to follow in 2023 • New podcast exploring the psychological aftermath of this group coming in 2023 • Connect with Naomi on Instagram @naomivanwinkle • audio editing: Ryan Youmans
 
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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In this podcast episode ... It’s considered the last schooner yacht of its type from the gilded age of 1885 We visit Mystic Seaport Museum and talk to them about one of their latest renovation projects - Coronet Plus, we take a look at other stories making the headlines from around the region.Door Brian Scott-Smith
 
Nathan Hale is Connecticut’s official State Hero, so designated by the Legislature. Yet, there remain some aspects of his famous capture and execution by the British as America’s first spy that are subject to different accounts. There is even some uncertainty as to whether he actually said the famous final words attributed to him: “I only regret th…
 
In this week's podcast episode ... They’ve been providing treatment services to men and women in crisis for over 50 years So just who is SCADD and what exactly do they offer to people and families here in Eastern Connecticut? Plus, we take a look at other stories making the headlines from around the region.…
 
Through the late 1800s, the temperance movement built up political strength and by 1919, Congress passed a Constitutional Amendment ushering in the Era of Prohibition. The making and sale of alcohol was prohibited. Just two states refused to ratify it – and Connecticut was one of them. There were 1,500 speakeasies in the state, rum-runners operatin…
 
In this podcast episode ... The State of Connecticut made history on Jan 10th as recreational adult use cannabis became legal. So, what did people have to say and what do the police and our legislators think? Plus, we take a look at other stories making the headlines from around the region.Door Brian Scott-Smith
 
It remains the only time in U.S. history when a murder defendant pleaded not guilty by reason of demonic possession. The so-called Devil-Made-Me-Do-It Murder Case from 1981 in Brookfield, CT continues to draw attention internationally, mainly due to the incredible backstory that accompanies it. Amazing Tales CT host Mike Allen covered the case as a…
 
In this podcast episode ... The elections are over and it’s the start of the new 2023 Connecticut legislative session We hear from Governor Lamont and his State of the State address and from two Eastern Connecticut legislators about some of their priorities and tasks this year. Plus, we take a look at other stories making the headlines from around …
 
Connecticut Trivia Tidbits: where was Nathan Hale hanged, what landmark did the last glacier leave behind, how many communities in Fairfield County are named Danbury, and who was Sarah Jane Campbell Pishon (you know of her, but maybe not by that name)? These are just some of the Connecticut Trivia Tidbits that will be featured in this episode – a f…
 
In this podcast episode ... 2022 was another full year of news that was dominated in part by the war in Ukraine and closer to home the mid-term and state elections. But what else where we hearing about? We talk to the team of the CT Examiner to see what they were reporting on this year. Plus, we take a look at other stories making the headlines fro…
 
One-room schoolhouses. They represented a simpler time in Connecticut’s educational system. But forget about “the three R’s.” There were more fundamental hurdles in the 1700s: no outhouses, poor ventilation and lighting, no insulation, and no drinking well. Additionally, girls had to be careful not to expose their ankles under their skirts, and stu…
 
In this podcast episode ... There’s over 1million of them in the US protecting you and me, but 65% of them are volunteers We’re talking about the nations firefighters. And we sit down with Jewett City Fire Department to find out more about why these men volunteer their time to look out for the community. Plus, we take a look at other stories making…
 
It’s called Connecticut’s Valley Forge – Putnam Park in Redding. 3,000 soldiers supporting the Patriot cause in the Revolutionary War spent the harsh winter of 1778 in Redding, providing defensive protection from the Hudson River to Long Island Sound. Low pay, as well as insufficient food and clothing, led to a mutiny action and desertions, which w…
 
In this podcast episode ... We’re on the front lines with Plainfield Police Department this week. As we take a ride along with them and discuss the challenges of policing in the rural northeast of the state. Plus, we take a look at other stories making the headlines from around the region.Door Brian Scott-Smith
 
A military unit from Connecticut established an impressive number of “firsts” during the Revolutionary War. The Second Light Dragoons was the very first American unit to undertake a cavalry charge (on horseback). They also started the Pony Express and the infamous Culper Spy Ring around New York City, while providing security for General George Was…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane explains some uncommonly known rights and things protected by the 4th Amendment. Use this information to protect yourself and your rights! For further assistance with a possible search and seizure violation, contact us at 203-925-9200.
 
The laws surrounding phone and computer searches can be complicated and are ever-evolving. Attorney Jay Ruane sheds some light on when a phone or computer can be searched on this episode of the podcast. For further assistance with a possible search and seizure violation, contact us at 203-925-9200.
 
Being pulled over by the police can be a confusing situation. What are the police allowed to do, and what can't they do? Do they have the right to arrest you or search your vehicle? Attorney Jay Ruane explains more here. For further assistance with a possible search and seizure violation, contact us at 203-925-9200.…
 
The police can search you and your property in certain situations. But when can your property be searched, and to what extent? Find out here so that your rights are not violated by law enforcement. For further assistance with a possible search and seizure violation, contact us at 203-925-9200.
 
The police do not have the right to search you or your property at will. There are regulations to make sure that your rights are not violated. So, when can you be searched, and when is a search unconstitutional? Find out on this episode. For further assistance with a possible search and seizure violation, contact us at 203-925-9200.…
 
If you have been stopped as part of an investigation by the police, what should you do, and how do you know what your rights are and how to protect them? Attorney Jay Ruane explains the constitutional nature of these stops - or lack thereof. For further assistance with a possible search and seizure violation, contact us at 203-925-9200.…
 
What happens if you do not consent to a search by the police or other law enforcement agents, but they also do not have a warrant to search you, your property, or to conduct an arrest? Attorney Jay Ruane explains here. For further assistance with a possible search and seizure violation, contact us at 203-925-9200.…
 
In many cases, the police need a warrant to search your property or even your person. But how do they get a warrant, and what should you do if you are presented with one? Attorney Jay Ruane gives you the details that you need in this episode of our podcast. For assistance dealing with a potential search and seizure violation, contact our office at …
 
There are times when a police officer can conduct a search without a warrant; however, this is rarely the case on private property. But what is considered private, and when should your expectation of privacy be respected by the police? Find out on this episode. Furthermore, for assistance dealing with a potential search and seizure violation, conta…
 
If you have a run-in with the police, they may try to search your person or property or seize your property as evidence of a crime. When is this legal and when is it illegal? Attorney Jay Ruane gets to the bottom of it in this episode and this season of our podcast. For assistance dealing with a potential search and seizure violation, contact our o…
 
In this podcast episode ... You’ve seen the school buses and other transport with the name EastConn on the side. But what exactly is EastConn? We find out as we talk to EastConn’s new Executive Director Eric Protulis Plus, we take a look at other stories making the headlines from around the region.Door Brian Scott-Smith
 
She came from a first-generation family, where only broken English was spoken at home, and she had very few friends growing up. Yet, Ella Grasso rose to become one of Connecticut’s most popular Governors – and the first female elected Governor in her own right in U.S. history. Hear her incredible life story – including the challenges of being the f…
 
In this podcast episode ... He started baking at home and his sourdough bread has become a local success. We talk to Trent Hagerty owner of the little River Bread Co about his move from home to a storefront in Canterbury. Plus, we take a look at other stories making the headlines from around the region.…
 
They’re there – if you can find them. Sort of like an Easter egg hunt. Stone mile markers used to be the way that horseback riders and stagecoach operators knew how far they had to go to get to the County seat. At one time, there were 600 such mile markers, all in different shapes and sizes, along CT’s dirt turnpikes. Now, there aren’t so many, and…
 
Another important part of Abraham almost sacrificing Isaac in Genesis 22 is his response to God. The word is "Hineni" and it is a great example of the maturity Abraham has reached in his relationship with God. This is also a wonderful litmus test for us in our Journey as Christians. Are you willing to reply to God's call with "Hineni"?…
 
In this podcast episode ... He had a dream 50 years ago to inspire people to think about the natural world around them We talk to Doctor Howard ‘Mickey’ Weiss the founder of Project Oceanology on his legacy and what comes next. Plus, we take a look at other stories making the headlines from around the region.…
 
It may be one of Connecticut’s best-kept secrets. There’s a land area in rural eastern CT (and south-central MA) that’s half the size of Grand Canyon National Park, still 85% undeveloped and where you can’t hear anything resembling civilization. It features huge expanses of open space hiking, clean rivers, historic villages and bald eagle nests. Th…
 
What starts off as a casual conversation about the great state of Massachusetts ends a diversion into nicknames and state mottos. But also, we touch on Cambridge, Concord, Martha's Vineyard, the Cape, New Bedford, Northampton and more on this our eleventh episode of The Connecticut Show.Door Connecticut Show
 
In this podcast episode .... He helped with the making and even starred in a recent Hallmark movie He owns a successful business in his home village of Noank and has recently started another. We talk to businessman and entrepreneur Andrew Blacker Plus, we take a look at other stories making the headlines from around the region.…
 
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