Mayor of not-so-boring Delray Beach joins Brad & Dan

Mayor of not-so-boring Delray Beach joins Brad & Dan

When Connecticut Democratic Party gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont answered “Look, Delray on a Thursday night is pretty boring,” to a question put to him by “Face the State’s” Dennis House, the comment made its way to Florida.  On Friday’s Brad & Dan Show, the mayor of Delray Beach, Fl., Cary Glickstein, will talk about his not-so-boring city.

Apparently, all of Connecticut’s transportation projects won’t be halted, despite a pronouncement from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy that they would.  Billions of dollars on projects will be spent, according to Marc Fitch.  The investigative reporter for the Yankee Institute for Public Policy will have the latest.

Plus, Doug Evans has Arts Across Connecticut and FOX News’ Simon Owen and Jeff Monosso file reports on President Trump and the end of youth football as we know it.

Cindy Weightman has the latest on traffic and Brad & Dan will have all the weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan get your Friday morning started at 6:00.

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Casino battle shaping up in legislature?

Casino battle shaping up in legislature?

Next week, Bridgeport lawmakers will hold a joint news conference with MGM officials to announce legislation that will be proposed for the upcoming General Assembly session.  The bill will raise the stakes on MGM’s plan to build a $675 million casino in Bridgeport, putting it at odds with the tribal-owned casinos in the state.  On Thursday’s Brad & Dan Show, state Sen. Tony Hwang, R-28th District, will talk about how both sides are missing the big picture in this game of high-stakes casino siting.

Also, the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford and the Western Connecticut Health Network Alliance have announced a new partnership on providing pediatric care.  Dr. Alicia Briggs will talk about this new, healthcare venture.

Plus your calls at 888-574-2723 and Cindy Weightman on traffic.  And Brad & Dan will have the latest on weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan get your Thursday morning started at 6:00.

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Harris is in and why Hartford matters

Harris is in and why Hartford matters

Former Commissioner of the Department of Consumer Protection, Jonathan Harris, wants to be Connecticut’s next governor.  On Wednesday’s Brad & Dan Show, Harris will explain why, as he joins Brad Davis and Paul Pacelli, filling in for Dan Lovallo.

The Hartford Studies Public Lecture Series launches a new year, and Bill Hosley will talk about his presentation: “Why Hartford History Matters Today.”

FOX News’ Rachel Sutherland and Simon Owen will have updates, plus your calls at 888-574-2723.

Cindy Weightman will also have the update on traffic and the Talk of Connecticut will have the latest weather, news and sports.

The Wednesday morning Brad & Dan Show gets underway at 6:00.

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Here Are The 2018 Oscar Nominees

Here Are The 2018 Oscar Nominees

The 90th Academy Awards will happen Sunday night March 5th. Early Tuesday morning the nominees were announced.

And the nominees are…

 

 

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Griebel running to unify

Griebel running to unify

Oz Griebel, a Republican, is running for governor of Connecticut as an independent candidate.  His running mate is Democrat Monte Frank.  Griebel says his goal is one of unity.  On Tuesday’s Brad & Dan Show, Griebel will talk about his gubernatorial campaign.

The U.S. is requiring enhanced cargo screening from the Middle Eastern airports.  FOX News’ Tonya Powers will have the story.  And Dr. John McCabe of Columbia Dental will tell his interesting story, including serving as a colonel in the U.S. Army Dental Corps.

Plus your calls at 888-574-2723, along with Cindy Weightman on traffic and the latest weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan start your Tuesday morning at 6:00.

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What next on government shutdown?

What next on government shutdown?

Will the government shutdown continue into Monday.  On Monday’s Brad & Dan Show, we’ll get the latest from Washington, D.C. with McClatchy Newspapers’ David Lightman.

New legislation on grandparents’ rights is expected to be introduced, when the Connecticut General Assembly convenes, and Emidio Cerasale, Connecticut Chapter Director of the Grandparents’ Rights Association of the USA will explain.

And as the legislature prepares for another session, the Yankee Institute for Public Policy has its agenda.  Joe Horvath will provide an update.  He is the Director of Legislative Outreach for the Connecticut-based think tank.

As always your calls at 888-574-2723 and the latest on traffic with Cindy Weightman.  Brad & Dan also will have the weather, news and sports.

Get your Monday morning started with Brad & Dan, beginning at 6:00.

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Reaction over losing Amazon

Reaction over losing Amazon

Connecticut did not make the list of finalists for the location of Amazon’s second headquarters.  On Friday’s Brad & Dan Show, state Sen. Toni Boucher will provide reaction.

The Boston Red Sox are spending a weekend in Connecticut.  Red Sox GMO Alan Grossman will provide Brad & Dan with an update.

The ice blocks on the Housatonic River in Kent are making nationwide news.  State Rep. and Public Information Officer Brian Ohler will provide an update, plus Doug Evans with Arts Across Connecticut.  And Dale Bellis of LibertyHealthShare, will talk about a new way of paying for healthcare.

As always, your calls at 888-574-2723 and Cindy Weightman on traffic.  Brad & Dan will also have the latest on weather, news and sports.

Tune in Friday morning at 6:00.

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