PillowTalk: John's Emotional Dedication

It was the sound of love in John's voice as it broke with emotion. He was trying to describe the love he still has for his partner of 52 years, Francis. They met at work at a manufacturing company that isn't in business any longer. John says, " She hired me. We both loved to ski and we skied for 46...
Read More

Instant Karma: Poacher Trampled By Elephant

Officials at Kruger National Park in South Africa , reported last week that a man who was illegally hunting rhinocerous in the park, was trampled to death by an elephant, then eaten by a pride of lions. Four other hunters who were traveling with the deceased were arrested the following day. Those...
Read More

Accepting Self & Others

Dr, Elaine Ducharme was in studio to chat with Allan , Mike & Mary about being accepting ourselves and others. Elaine Ducharme Ph.D, ABPP Board Certified in Clinical Psychology Licensed Psychologist 17 Parker Terrace Ext Glastonbury, CT 06033 Phone 860-633-8962
Read More
Spotlite 775x515 update Slide.jpg

Spotlite: Connecticut Community Care, Inc

Molly Rees Gavin President Connecticut Community Care, Inc. discussed The Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders (CHCPE). The CHCPE helps people continue living at home instead of going to a nursing home. PART 1 OF 2
Read More

Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch 8am-Noon

Welcome to the Companions and Homemakers Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch! It's another free concert ticket giveaway this weekend on the "Brunch". Join us from 8am-noon for your chance to win a pair of tickets to attend "Sax to the Max" , May 4th at the Lyman Center on the campus of SCSU. You'll...
Read More

Know The Grill Around Family & Friends

Starting this weekend, it will be more spring-like in New England and the temperature will be warming up. Weekend fun will increasingly begin to move outdoors. Time to utilize that outdoor grilling space you dreamed about or saw on a home improvement show. Whether you are a first timer or a master...
Read More

Cats Recognize The Sound Of Their Names

Researchers in Japan say they've discovered that cats actually understand their names when they hear it. Atsuko Saito of Sophia University in Tokyo says there's no evidence that cats attach meaning to our words, whether it's their name or anything else, like "get off the counter". Instead, they've...
Read More

PillowTalk: 365 And Counting

Feeling blessed that a couple listening to the radio would mark one year prior to their wedding with a PillowTalk dedication. Congratulations in advance to Kimberly and Jerry of Enfield who will be getting married exactly one year from the night they made this PillowTalk dedication. They have known...
Read More

Wine And Beer Lovers Are Likely Consuming Weed Killer, Too

A new study by the education group U.S. PIRG found glyphosate in 19 of the 20 beers and wines they tested. Glyphosate is the main ingredient in the weed killer RoundUp , and has been linked to cancer. The drink with the highest glyphosate concentration was Sutter Home Merlot , at 51.4 parts per...
Read More

Festival d'ete de Quebec Line Up Set

I remember driving to Quebec from Connecticut with my brother and my parents as a little kid. I've always wanted to go back, perhaps with much more French under my belt or better yet on the tip of my tongue. My brother and sister-in-law honeymooned in Quebec City because they loved it. This...
Read More