Brad Davis Show: July 19

Brad Davis Show: July 19

Today on the Brad Davis Show, we welcome back NBC Connecticut’s Len Besthoff who will talk about time card frauds at Hartford Town Hall

Also Doug Evans will call in to talk about Arts Across Connecticut

And Themis Klarides will join in to talk about the state of the state

Brad Davis Schedule: July 18th

Brad Davis Schedule: July 18th

Today on the Brad Davis show!

  • Rachel Sutherland from Fox News jumps in to talk about President Trump vs “The Squad”
  • Lonnie Burt, Senior Director of Food Services and Child Nutrition, will be on to talk about Hartford’s food program to help feed kids this summer
  • Len Fasano will talk about Governor Ned Lamont’s debt diet
Brad Davis Schedule: July 17th

Brad Davis Schedule: July 17th

Coming up on this morning on the Brad Davis show!

  • State Representative Tom Delnicky
  • Lori Hopkins-Cavanaugh
  • Special Surprise 8:10 Guest
  • Michelle Seagull
This Weekend In Hartford

This Weekend In Hartford

It is looking like a busy weekend for the Capital as several events are all scheduled to take place across Hartford.

Here is a quick breakdown of what’s happening:

For Sports Fans:
Soccer fans across the state can rejoice as this weekend sees the home opener for
Hartford’s newest professional sports team’s inaugural season. The Hartford Athletic
will take on the Indy Eleven on Saturday at Dillon Stadium with kick off scheduled for

Baseball fans can get their fix all weekend long as the Yard Goats are hosting the New
Hampshire Fisher Cats during their Whalers Alumni Weekend celebration. Friday
night’s game begins at 7:05, with a celebration of The Hartford Whalers legacy and
players. Stick around through the 9th inning to enjoy post-game fireworks. Saturday’s
game begins at 6:05 and continues the Whaler’s celebration with a second night of
hockey legends and fireworks. And Sunday’s game starts at 5:05 with the first 1,500 fans
receiving mini-hockey sticks and kids can run the bases after the game.

For Foodies:
The Riverfront Food Truck Festival officially kicked off on Thursday at Mortensen
Riverfront Park in Hartford and will be in full swing this weekend. With food trucks
from all over the state, specialty vendors making pit stops every day, and live music the
Riverfront Food Truck is sure to satisfy everyone’s taste. Be sure to stick around on
Saturday night for the annual Riverfront Fireworks show.

For Comic Book Fans:
For all the comic books, video games, and collectibles fan ConnectiCon is here once
again. Taking place at the Connecticut Convention Center all weekend long featuring a
variety of guests from the world of television, animation, and of course comic books.
This is a great event for the whole family to enjoy with cosplayers, video game
tournaments, and photoshoots will all your favorite characters.

– Brandon “the Ham” Hamilton


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Brad Davis Show: July 12th

Brad Davis Show: July 12th

Coming up on this morning’s show!


Doug Evans will update us the arts across Connecticut

Dash from Anthology Senior living will be on to talk about Anthology

Brad Davis Schedule: July 11th

Brad Davis Schedule: July 11th

On this Thursday, take a look back at our music log from the first week of the New Year….In 1969! But now onto the present, here’s what’s on tap for the Brad Davis show with Gary Byron!

  • Senior Editor of Reader Digest Jeremy Greenfield – 50 “NICEST PLACES IN AMERICA” SELECTED BASED ON KINDNESS AND CIVILITY: The places are chosen over a submission period of 31 days. Finalists consist of neighborhoods, communities and towns where people are kind and treat each other with respect. A panel of judges and Reader’s Digest editors selected the places after reviewing entries highlighting stories of goodness.Nicest Places in America is not a ranking,” said Reader’s Digest Senior Editor Jeremy Greenfield. “We don’t use algorithms – we tell the stories of the actual people who are choosing civility and kindness as a way of life. Our goal with Nicest Places is to inspire Americans to be kinder to friends, family, strangers and neighbors.”
  • Bruce DePrest, WFSB Chief Meteorologist: 30 years ago yesterday, an EF-4 Tornado hit Hamden, it was one of the strongest tornados to hit in the states history. Bruce will talk about the tornado compare it to ones since.
  • Chris Powell, Writer for the Journal Inquirer will talk about the Carnage in Connecticut cities, UConn, and Lamont
  • Expert on Infectious Disease Dr. Murray Cohen WHICH SPREAD MORE GERMS: AIR DRYERS OR PAPER TOWELS?: Those air-blown hand dryers in public restrooms may spread far more germs than conventional paper towels, a new study suggests. British researchers placed a harmless type of bacteria on the hands of volunteers in order to simulate poorly washed hands. They then had them use warm-air dryers, high-powered “jet-air” dryers or paper towels to dry their hands. The investigators measured airborne bacteria levels and found higher amounts of germs around both types of dryers than around towel dispensers.
Recap of the July 10th Brad Davis Show

Recap of the July 10th Brad Davis Show

Did you miss today’s show? Here’s a recap:

  • Fox News’ Eben Brown discussed the life of billionaire Ross Perot and the impact he left on both American politics and the business world!
  • Fox Legal Analyst Loretta Powers discussed the situation with Colin Kaepernick and Nike, as well as the Starbucks situation after they asked 6 police officers to leave.
  • State Representative Bill Buckbee joined Brad and Gary to talk about helping Emergency Services get more a voice in the government.
  • Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh spoke her opinion in her weekly segment


Check out what you may have missed with our podcasts!


19th Annual Cruisin’ On Main Street- Manchester

19th Annual Cruisin’ On Main Street- Manchester

The 19th annual Cruisin’ on Main Street event, presented by Taylor Rental Party Plus, and fueled by CITGO Fueling Good, returns to Downtown Manchester on Sunday, August 4, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Rain dates will be August 11th and 18th.

This one-day show, one of the largest cruise shows of its kind in the Northeast, will display antique and classic cars, trucks, sport cars and street rods – 1987 and older. Since 2001, Cruisin’ has showcased more than 14,000 vintage vehicles to the delight of over 400,000 spectators. There will be food and music galore. Spectator admission and parking is free.