BRAD AND PAUL SHOW: NOVEMBER 15TH

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW: NOVEMBER 15TH

It’s Friday Eve, and we’re going to party like it’s actually Friday…here’s what’s on tap for this Thursday edition of the Brad and Paul show:

– Robert Rodriguez, Boston Region- Public Affairs Specialist, will talk about Social Security

– DIANE BURGESS, UCONN SCHOOL OF PHARMACY’S NEW PFIZER DISTINGUISH CHAIR IN PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY, will talk about her role, the pressing issues in the pharmaceutical industry today, the Opioid crisis and lawsuits against some pharmaceutical companies in its wake and will touch base on how important is CT to the overall industry.

– Your Calls!

We’ll also have your news of the Day and Sports with Eric, only on the Talk of Connecticut!

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: OCTOBER 14TH

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: OCTOBER 14TH

With Paul Pacelli out with a sore throat, Brad Davis is holding down the fort! Here’s what we’ve got coming up this morning!

– Updates on the Enfield Swat situation

-The final results of Turkey Tuesday!

– Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh will join the show to talk about how Connecticut is getting more expensive how we can fight the Carbon Tax

– Lee Elci will be on to talk about the election’s fall out

– Luke Frey, Communications Manager of the Better Business Bureau serving Connecticut, will talk about tips for avoiding holiday job scams

– Margaret Hale will talk about door to door rides for people over 50 who can’t or don’t drive

– “The Talented Son” Dylan Cowen, retirement advisor at the Cowen Tax Advisory Group will be in

All that and sports with Eric, news of the day and your calls! Only on the Talk of Connecticut!

Talk of Connecticut Air Temp and Electrical Connection Toys for Tots Toy Drive

Talk of Connecticut Air Temp and Electrical Connection Toys for Tots Toy Drive

Join The Talk of Connecticut all holiday season as we collect toys to benefit Toys for Tots.

Look for us at the following locations to donate.

  • Friday November 30th at New Balance on Evergreen Walk from 7a-9a
  • Friday December 7th at Lenses Only at 395 West Main Street in Avon from 7a-9a

We encourage everyone to donate toys to all Park Road Association partners from 11/19 – 12/17, with all toys to be brought to Effie’s on 12/18.

We will wrap up the Talk of Connecticut Air Temp and Electrical Connection Toys for Tots Toy Drive at Effie’s Place in West Hartford on Tuesday December 18th with a live broadcast from 5a-9a with Brad Davis and Paul Pacelli.

Stop by and help a child this holiday season!

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It’s Turkey Tuesday on The Talk of Connecticut!

It’s Turkey Tuesday on The Talk of Connecticut!

Brad and Paul were live this morning, broadcasting from Bank of America in downtown Hartford in partnership with Foodshare to help raise money and donations of turkeys for those in need for Thanksgiving.

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BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 12TH

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 12TH

Yesterday was Veteran’s Day but Today we observe it and on air is our own veteran, Brad Davis and his partner Paul Pacelli are live on air!
 
– Addiction Expert DR. JOHN DYBEN, HAS THE WAR ON DRUGS FAILED AGAIN? There has never been a more dangerous time to be a drug user. The alphabet soup of substances now being illegally produced and sold across the world—from obscure research analogues and fake prescription pills to fentanyl and high strength ecstasy—has turned using drugs into a far more hazardous activity than ever before. This risk is multiplied the more inexperienced or disenfranchised the user is. Young people are vulnerable to overdosing because they are inexperienced, while people addicted to drugs such as heroin and other opiates contribute to a large number of global drug deaths.
 
– DAVID LIGHTMAN, National political correspondent and veteran congressional reporter for McClatchy Newspapers
 
– TYLER HIXSON, Real Estate Expert with Open-door. AMERICA’S HOUSING CRISIS IS BREAKING YOUNG PEOPLE. America’s housing crisis has reached emergency levels. A person working full-time, paid minimum wage, cannot afford a two-bedroom apartment in any county in the country. In all but six states, even if minimum wage were $15, people would still have to work well over 40 hours a week to afford rent. Nearly half of all American renters spend over 30 percent of their income on housing. More than 12 million spend at least half their income on rent. Under these conditions, many of us live one emergency away from an eviction. Only one in five households that qualify for federal housing assistance receives it, leaving more of the nation’s poor to rent from private landlords than ever before. The private rental market is inconsistently regulated and, in most markets, the demand for affordable housing far outpaces its supply.
 
– DALE BELLIS, NATIONAL SPOKESPERSON FOR LIBERTY HEALTHSHARE, will talk about healthcare exchange that would be a good thing to focus on. From November 1st- December 15th is the only time of the year that people can sign up for/change health insurance, other than in change of life circumstances. So the majority of people will be on the hunt for healthcare. You can enroll in Liberty anytime since we are healthcare sharing and not insurance, but this is the time of year people are considering their healthcare.
 
– BARBARA FOLEY, RON FOLEY FOUNDATION, Since losing her husband to pancreatic cancer, Barbara Foley has become a crusader for CT families affected by the deadly disease. She is the founder and President of the nonprofit Ron Foley Foundation that is hosting the 2nd Annual Rock Away Pancreatic Cancer fundraiser concert on Nov. 16th at New Country in Hartford during Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month. She will discuss early detection, research and financial assistance for CT pancreatic cancer patients in need.
 
– CAL MILLER and HER NIECE KAPRIE FRANK FROM MILLER FOODS will talk turkey and how to plan a great thanksgiving holiday meal. Miller Foods is a fourth generation, family owned and operated company based in Avon, Connecticut. Home to the famous Turkease, a fresh, boneless turkey that cooks in 1/3 of the time and slices like a dream, Miller Foods has been producing top quality poultry products and distributing a full line of food items for over fifty years.
 
We also get you ready for tomorrow’s Turkey Tuesday! Won’t you join us on the Talk of Connecticut?
BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 9TH

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 9TH

IT’S FRIDAY! THE WEEKEND’S HERE! BUT FIRST…WRAP UP THE WORK WEEK WITH BRAD DAVIS AND PAUL PACELLI! Here’s what’s on tap:

– DOCTOR JOE OLZACKI, is in his second month as superintendent of Schools in Region 14 – Woodbury/ Bethlehem, CT., will be speaking about the unique way that this district will be commemorating VETERANS DAY. Because of construction, we had to go to school. BUT we are taking the opportunity to salute our veterans. Every one of our four schools, from pre-school to high school is learning about the priceless sacrifices of Veterans.

– DOCTOR PAUL STANISLAW JR, DOUBLE BOARD CERTIFIED FACIAL SURGEON, The dream of serving in the military is being dashed for many young people by two small problems: stretched earlobes. All branches of service prohibit anyone with the popular earlobe gauges or plug piercings to enlist. Facial surgeon Dr. Paul Stanislaw is on a mission to educate military hopefuls about the quick one-day procedure that can repair the large openings and restore the ear’s appearance. He is offering a ten percent discount to all military and law enforcement for earlobe reconstruction procedures, not just on Veterans’ Day, but year-round to ensure anyone who wishes to serve will not be disqualified.

– DOUG EVANS will check in on the arts across Connecticut

All that and News of the Day, Your Calls and Sports with Eric, heard Exclusively on the Talk of Connecticut

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW: NOVEMBER 8TH

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW: NOVEMBER 8TH

It’s Friday Eve! Here’s what’s going on during this Thursday Morning Broadcast:
 
FOX NEWS AFFILIATE VALERIE SOKOLOSKY,, Image and Etiquette Specialist: What impact has political correctness has on this midterm election season? Have we learned anything from the 2016 presidential election?
 
FOX NEWS AFFILIATE DONALD P. MAZZELLA, Political and Terror Expert, who has been seen on MSNBC, Bloomberg and in WSJ (Wall Street Journal): DEMS TO FLEX MUSCLE WITH NEW HOUSE MAJORITY
 
Ray Philippon, U.S. Army veteran and Gold Star Parent who encourages service and have become advocates for veterans to honor the memory of their son who was killed while serving in Iraq? The mother works as a Program Coordinator at Resilience Grows Here, a Veteran initiative of the Farmington Valley Health District. They will be sharing their story at a free Veterans Coffee House program at the Wallingford Senior Center on Nov. 27.
 
Jim Iannone, Founder of Project Healing Waters, Newington Chapter, Avid Fly Fisherman Shares The Sport’s Peace Of Mind With Veterans will talk about a fly fishing program for disabled veterans called Project Healing Waters.
 
Jill J. Hutensky, Senior Vice President, Market Manager – Hartford, Enterprise Business & Community Engagement
Bank of America will talk about Turkey Tuesday, happening next week downtown Hartford location
 
All that and news of the day, sports with Eric and your calls!