10 Annual Hartford Rib Off

10 Annual Hartford Rib Off

On Saturday, June 15, 2019 at the 10th Annual Hartford Rib Off for a fun and food-filled day for the entire family, all while raising money for three local non profit organizations,

For the price of admission you will be able to sample not only BBQ from some of the best pit masters in the area, but an all-you-can-eat BBQ buffet will ensure that everyone gets their fill of BBQ by the end of the day.

Wash down all that delicious BBQ with beer samples, Tito’s Handmade Vodka inspired cocktails, and unlimited water and soda – all served within our commemorative event cup.

In addition, a KCBS Rib Off Backyard Master Series Contest takes place during the event. Pit Masters will spend hours (some starting on Friday night) preparing their entries, which are independently evaluated by a panel of judges, most of whom are KCBS Certified.

Bring chairs and enjoy all the events and activities throughout the day.

Remember, 100% of the proceeds raised go to the community organizations we have chosen to support this year – MARC Community Resources LTD, Mayor Mike’s Foundation for Kids, and the Hartford Rib Off Scholarship Fund.

*Ticket Prices – $50 Adult ($65 at the door); Kids 12 and under – FREE; $20 Kids 13-20; $100 Family Pack (2 adults; 2 children up to age 20)- Click here to get your tickets!!

Must be 21 or older to consume any alcoholic beverages.

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Brad and Paul Schedule: April 30th

Brad and Paul Schedule: April 30th

With Brad Away, Paul continues to play! Here’s what’s on tap for this lovely Tuesday morning!

  • SENATOR HEATHER SOMERS will talk about: The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut supports an electronic tolling system as the best way for the state to raise the money it needs to maintain its transportation system.  The argument for tolls “can be boiled down to two words: commerce and tourism,” Tony Sheridan, the chamber’s president and chief executive officer, wrote last week in a published opinion piece.

    State Sen. Heather Somers, a Groton Republican, said she was surprised by the chamber’s position. “I’m curious whether he’s talked to members,” she said, referring to Sheridan. “They’re not saying at all what he’s saying.” Somers said the toll plan backed by Lamont and most Democrats, which now calls for no more than 50 toll gantries on Interstates 84, 91 and 95 and Route 15, amounts to a toll every six miles,“not a welcoming prospect for anyone coming to Connecticut.”

  • AMY PARMENTER, MANAGER, PUBLIC AND GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS, AAA GROUP will talk about:  CT Gas at Tipping Point. Average Price of Gas Statewide May Top $3 this Weekend. The average price of gas across Connecticut will likely top $3 this weekend. Gas prices nationwide and here in Connecticut have been rising steadily since mid-February, but the price at the pump has spiked  in the last month or so, as refineries transition to the more expensive summer blend of gasoline and begin to ramp up for the busy summer driving season.
  • Your chance at Paul Anka at Mohegan Sun tickets!
Len Fasano Speaks With Paul Pacelli

Len Fasano Speaks With Paul Pacelli

State Senate Republican Leader Len Fasano Talks With Paul Pacelli About The Current State Of Affairs Between Members Of The General Assembly And Governor Ned Lamont’s Office

 

Pic: CT Senate Republicans

 

 

 

Brad and Paul schedule: April 23rd

Brad and Paul schedule: April 23rd

Coming up on this morning’s Brad Davis Radio Program With Paul Pacelli

  • BRISTOL SENATOR HENRI MARTIN to talk about: State raiding fund meant for road repairs, money going to personnel, other costs. Taxpayers pump hundreds of millions of dollars into the Special Transportation Fund to pay for highway and transportation projects, yet all that money is barely enough to keep up with basic needs of state bridges and highways, never mind make headway.
  • GULAINE MENEFEE, STRATEGY CONSULTANT MENEFEE ASSOCIATES CONSULTING, LLC REPRESENTING THE BLACK BUSINESS ALLIANCE
Brad and Paul Schedule: April 18th

Brad and Paul Schedule: April 18th

Are you ready for it? The Brad Davis Show with Paul Pacelli are on live! Here’s what’s on tap this morning!

  • MICHAEL SPECIALE, CONNECTICUT TROLLEY MUSEUM DEVELOPMENT CHAIRMAN VOLUNTEER, will talk about the Isle of Safety, it’s history, how it will be restored and the campaign that’s underway to raise funds.
  • DR. JOAN VON FELDT AND SHANELLE GABRIEL, lupus warrior will discuss what lupus is and tips to help manage the disease. They’ll also talk about the importance of a community for support and the tools available to women to help them feel empowered
  • CHIP MCCABE, DIRECTOR OF MARKETING HARTFORD IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT will discuss activation of Pratt Street that starts at the end of May
  • RABBI YOSEF WOLVOVSKY, THE HAROLD ROTHSTEIN CHABAD JEWISH CENTER, will talk about PASSOVER
Brad and Paul Schedule: April 17th

Brad and Paul Schedule: April 17th

We’ve reached the half way point of the week! Here’s your latest Brad Davis Radio Program with Paul Pacelli schedule!

  • Lee Elci and Lori Hopkins Cavanagh join in on the program!
  • Arunan Arulampalam New Deputy Commissioner, Department of Consumer Protection will talk about the Home Improvement Guaranty Fund
  • TIM BARNARD, will talk about the Meriden Daffodil Festival held each year on the last weekend in April
  • Sen. Henri Martin of Bristol will discuss how his toll forums have been going.
  • MANNY’S PET PARENT AMBER CHAVEZ, AND VETERINARIAN, DR. YASMINE MORTSAKIS will talk about “Spring Dog Flu”
Brad and Paul Schedule: April 16th

Brad and Paul Schedule: April 16th

We’ve reached the end of tax season! Now you can relax, listen to Brad and Paul and go to work without worrying about that audit! Here’s what’s on tap this morning!

  • Senator Len Fasano will discuss: MORE double digit raises for MORE State Lawyers? Last month, Connecticut Democrats approved 11% pay hikes for lawyers who work for the state attorney general and stipends of $6,000 – $12,000 for department heads.  Now, the legislature is considering MORE raises for MORE lawyers. This time it’s the state’s tax attorneys who would get an 11.6% wage increase. The legislature’s vote on this contract will occur this Wednesday
  • Dr. Ivan Misner, coauthor of the new book Who’s in Your Room? The Secret To Creating Your Best Life. Founder of BNI.com, the world’s largest networking organization will talk about:  How To Say NO Without Feeling Like A Jerk: We all need a little more down time as the whole work/life balance thing can be elusive. But when you have demands on your time coming out of the woodwork, how do you decide what obligations to accept? What’s the best way to say “no” to someone without sounding or feeling like a bad person? What if they don’t take no for an answer? How do you deal with people who don’t respect your time and space?
  • Jomo Mutegi PhD, Science Education Associate Professor who advocates for STEM education for people of color will discuss, 5 Ways To Get Your Kids Interested In STEM: According to USA Today, future jobs with security and good pay are in STEM – science, technology engineering and math fields.So how can you encourage your kids to pursue these interests?

    What can parents do outside of schoolwork to create a love for science and technology?

    What activities are best for elementary kids?

    What about teens?

    How can teachers nurture a student’s natural curiosity?

  • Christine Looby, Executive Director, The Mercy Community of McAuley, will give update on what’s going on at McAuley
Brad and Paul Schedule: April 15th

Brad and Paul Schedule: April 15th

Start your week with Brad Davis and Paul Pacelli in a recap of the toll rally and events from this weekend! Here’s what’s on tap this morning!

  • LEN SUZIO, FORMER STATE SENATOR will share two announcements this week that should have a dramatic impact on tolls debate.
  • DAVID LIGHTMAN, National Political Correspondent and Veteran Congressional Reporter for McClatchy Newspapers, will update us on National news.
  • REPRESENTATIVE LAURA DEVLIN, to discuss: Not only will commuters be impacted, but local companies that have drivers will be as well, like (Meriden-based) Tuxis Ohrs Fuel. The family owned business delivers gas and home heating oil, and their trucks drive about 2 million miles a year. “We are getting very nervous, we estimate the cost to our business to about $400,000 in tolls,” said Kate Childs, who runs the business with her father.
  • CORISE MORRISON, WEATHER DAMAGE EXPERT AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF RESIDUAL MARKETS FOR USAA. Just in time for flooding season, Corise Morrison an expert to share timely information about being prepared!