Tell Me Something Good About Connecticut November 27th, 2018

Today, instead of telling you just one good thing about Connecticut, we’re going to tell you three! And they’re all about our capital city, Hartford! AND So this Saturday marks not only the first day of December, but also National Christmas Lights Day! And lucky for us, Connecticut has some pretty...
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Try it Tuesday: Front Pocket Wallet

Try it Tuesday: Rogue Men's Front Pocket Wallet

This time of year its crunch time for many of us. Time to buckle down and figure out just what to get for those hard to shop for people on the list. This product is made in Maine, super durable, and fits right inside the front pocket of any men's pants! There are a lot of advantages to this style...
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Tips For Picking Out A Good Christmas Tree

The key to selecting a "good" Christmas tree is freshness. Of course, if you're cutting your own, you know it's fresh! The needles should be resilient. Grab a branch about six inches from the tip, between your thumb and forefinger, then pull your hand toward you allowing the branch to slip through...
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Dr. Ducharme’s Blog November 26, 2018 Mindfulness During the Holidays

The holiday season has officially begun. It is hard to believe that Thanksgiving, one of my favorite holidays has come and gone. We are now completely surrounded by messages of what we should buy and foods we should be preparing and eating.Great “deals” and recipes are everywhere. As a result, it...
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Spotlite: New England Donor Services

Mark Brevard , Public Affairs Specialist for New England Donor Services & Carolyn Fletcher, Donor Mom and volunteer discussed raising public awareness to the topic of organ donation. There is still a critical need for more registered donors. NEDS hopes to increase donor registration numbers...
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Dedications & Love Messages Keep You Together

Margot from Bristol was married to Charles for 24 years. Their connection goes all the way back to growing up as kids in the neighborhood. That friendship eventually grew into something more Margot lost her husband about 4 years ago. She called PillowTalk the other night to dedicate a song in his...
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Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch 8am-Noon

Welcome to the Companions and Homemakers Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch! As the hectic Thanksgiving holiday weekend winds down reserve some time to relax. Join us this Sunday for a soothing morning of smooth jazz. Kick back and relax from 8am-noon as we feature the best of smooth jazz Christmas...
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In Honor Of Her Mother-In-Law

PillowTalk dedications take on added significance during the holiday season. Mary from Manchester called me very recently while she was listening to PillowTalk. She was making a recipe for butternut squash inspired by and given to her by her mother-in-law Marilyn from Bloomfield. As Mary was making...
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Favorite Thanksgiving Side Dishes By Region

We can certainly agree that the turkey is the star of the show on dinner tables all around America this Thursday. However, a recent survey conducted on the website fivethirtyeight found that our preference for Thanksgiving side dishes depends largely on the part of the country you're in. For...
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PillowTalk: "Soulmates We Are Definitely That"

Peggy from North Haven called PillowTalk and began to recount her relationship with George."He would come to my aunt's house in Guilford and we started meeting with each other. We became very good friends. As time went on we've been together I can't tell you how many years we have been. We never...
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