BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: JANUARY 11TH

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: JANUARY 11TH

Wrap Up Your Week With Brad and Paul! Here’s what’s on top!
 
– JENNIFER STEADMAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR THE AURORA FOUNDATION FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS IN GREATER HARTFORD, will talk about how the foundation invests $110,000 annually in programs that help women and girls complete college with the idea that this is the economic game changer for them. Aurora also encourages women and girls to engage in philanthropic efforts that benefit their communities.
 
– ALEX TEMKIN, TOURNAMENT CHAIR, NEW ENGLAND VOLLEYBALL ASSOCIATION, will talk about The First to the Finish New England Winterfest Volleyball Tournament, which is the largest volleyball tournament in New England. It is designed to showcase girl’s and boy’s volleyball players – ages 12 to 18 – to college coaches and recruiters from throughout the Northeast.
 
– Doctor J. Craig Allen, Hartford Healthcare addiction medicine doctor will talk about South Windsor joins towns in looking to change minimum age of tobacco purchases and states that More and more Connecticut towns are looking into making it illegal for teens to buy cigarettes and other nicotine products. Hartford Healthcare addiction medicine Doctor J. Craig Allen believes it’s a positive trend. “One of the things raising the smoking age is it takes the cigarettes and it takes the nicotine products out of the hands of high school seniors,” said Allen. Hartford leaders recently raised the minimum age to buy nicotine products from 18 to 21. Now communities like Bloomfield, Wallingford, and East Hartford are exploring similar moves.
 
– BARRY HOROWITZ of Horowitz and Associates P.C., have the experience that matters and will talk about Living Trust and where you can attend one of his free Living Trusts Seminars.
 
– Doug Evans for Arts Across Connecticut!
 
All that and your calls, news of the day and sports with Eric! Heard exclusively here on the Talk of Connecticut!
Brad and Paul Schedule: January 10th

Brad and Paul Schedule: January 10th

  • Karen Jarmoc, Chief Executive Officer Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence will talk about: Why services are needed for victims and how there’s always somewhere to turn. Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence Chief Executive Officer Karen Jarmoc sheds light on the people they help every day, or literally every hour.
  • Sen. George Logan, will talk about: Lamont Sworn in as 89th Governor, Urges State to ‘Think Boldly’.

 

All that and news of the day, sports with Eric and more, only on the Talk of Connecticut.

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE JANUARY 9TH

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE JANUARY 9TH

It’s Wednesday, The Week Is Half Way Over, And There’s No Better Way To Spend The Week Than With Brad And Paul! Here’s What’s On Tap This Morning!
 
LEE ELCI – 94.9 NEWS RADIO, Lee will talk about: Trump’s Prime-Time Address last night.
 
LORI HOPKINS-CAVANAGH, POLITICAL COMMENTATOR RADIO TALK SHOW HOST ON 94.9 will talk about: How organizations like ‘Welcoming America’ and the Connecticut Department of Education are working to destroy National identity and push globalism?
 
Jamie Luckhardt, BS, Health Educator Naugatuck Valley Health District will talk about: January is National Radon Action Month and the Naugatuck Valley Health District (NVHD) is urging residents to test their homes for radon gas, the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers.
 
All That And More On The Talk of Connecticut!
Eric Gjede of CBIA on The Brad Davis Show

Eric Gjede of CBIA on The Brad Davis Show

Eric Gjede, CBIA Vice President of Government Affairs talks to Brad and Paul about the business community’s priorities and challenges in the upcoming legislative season.

BRAD DAVIS SHOW WITH PAUL PACELLI SCHEDULE: JANUARY 4TH

BRAD DAVIS SHOW WITH PAUL PACELLI SCHEDULE: JANUARY 4TH

We’ve reached the end of the first week of 2019, and now is the time to wrap it up. Here’s what Brad and Paul have on tap for you this morning!

  • PROFESSOR, ALLAN SAXE, University of Texas at Arlington Political Science Professor, will talk about: DEMS TAKE HOUSE PUSHING MASSIVE GOVERNMENT EXPANSION, TAXES, FREEBIES AS PARTY LURCHES LEFT: The growing socialist wing of the Democratic Party will flex its muscle with the seating of the new Congress, as more self-described Democratic Socialists join the ranks and dozens of sitting and incoming members – including likely 2020 hopefuls – embrace a massive government expansion that would make FDR look like a penny pincher.  The party agenda is increasingly embracing big-government policies like “Medicare-for-all” and guaranteed jobs programs — as well as an aggressive “Green New Deal” that would include all this and more as part of a fundamental overhaul to America’s economy and specifically its energy sector.  It’s unclear when and if any of them will make it to the floor, let alone pass the House. But their growing support marks an astonishing rise for socialist-leaning policies in just a few years, and reflects a shift in the party itself
  • SENATOR TONI BOUCHER, will talk about: Connecticut is one of nine states that had a smaller population in fiscal year 2017-18,marking a fifth consecutive year of decline, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The Nutmeg State had 3,572,665 residents between July 1, 2017, and July 2018, representing a loss of 1,215 residents, or less than a half percent decline.  Meantime, the U.S. population increased 0.6 percent due to natural increase of births over deaths and slightly higher international migration. Connecticut, where population peaked in 2013 at 3,594,915, was the only New England state that recorded a lower population last year.Other states with declining populations were New York (down 48,510), Illinois (45,116), West Virginia (11,216), Louisiana (10,840), Hawaii (3,712), Mississippi (3,133), Alaska (2,348) and Wyoming (1,197), federal officials said. Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory, lost 129,848 people, or 3.9 percent, for the year. Nevada and Idaho were the country’s fastest-growing states last year with population increases of about 2.1 percent. Trailing were Utah (up 1.9 percent), Arizona (1.7 percent) and Florida and Washington (1.5 percent).
  • Jim Moutinho, is a National Board Certified Counselor (NCC), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC), Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (AADC), Internationally Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ICAADC) and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) and Founder of Advanced Treatment Solutions LLC.
  • Doug Evans will be aboard to talk about Arts Across Connecticut

 

All that and your calls, sports with Eric and news of the day! Join us up until 9 AM, on the Talk of Connecticut.

 

 

Women’s Health & Beauty Bridal Expo

Women’s Health & Beauty Bridal Expo

The Largest One Day Beauty & Bridal Expo in Connecticut. Produced by Full Power Radio, and hosted by the Mohegan Sun Casino in the Grand Uncas Ballroom. We strive to give each woman attending the best experience possible with organized vendors, fashion shows, live entertainment, floral arrangements, venues, jewelry, prizes, cash bar, goody bags, and much more.

Tickets for the expo are $10 per person, and are sold at the door the day of the event. No pre-registration is necessary. If you are a bride-to-be there is registration before you enter the expo.

Our vendors change from year to year. We work hard to offer the best bridal, health, and beauty vendors that the area has to offer. From wedding planning, food sampling, and entertainment, to overall health and wellness. The expo is a fun, and exciting event for you and your friends to attend because there is something for everyone.

The expo is from 11am – 5pm. There are fashion shows, events, and entertainment throughout the day. The general rule of thumb is the earlier the better.