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May 23, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm Body language and persuasion expert, Traci Brown. helps us understand the meaning behind 75 key body movements. http://bodylanguageexpert.com
3:50 pm Doctors are warning that "smoking alcohol" is dangerous, and becoming a popular way to get the benefits of alcohol, without the calories. Dr Walter Gaman comments. http://emtexas.com
4:00 pm Holly Hurd, CT entrepreneur, is inspiring women to follow their dreams and start their own businesses. http://venturemom.com
4:20 pm Success Coach Marge Piccini on 3 ways to get unstuck in your life! http://margepiccini.com
4:30 pm NY Times bestseller, "The Tools"...5 tools to help you find courage, creativity and willpower, and inspire you to live life in forward motion! Co-authors Dr Phil Stutz and Psychotherapist Barry Michaels! http://thetoolsbook.com
5:00 pm "On the Money with Roger Cowen" from Cowen Tax Advisory Group in Farmington. http://cowentaxgroup.com
5:30 pm House of Hero, CT Chapter is working with 5 local veterans with home repair projects. Founder Bill May. http://HOHCT.org
May 22, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm The daughter of Dog, the Bounty Hunter, Lyssa Chapman.
3:20 pm Journalist Mike Brezezinski has authored a book on her weight challenges with local media personality, Diane Smith. Diane visits.
3:30 pm Dr Marc Eisen, one of the few neurotologists in CT, discusses dizziness and vertigo. May is "Better Hearing & Speech Month". http://hartfordhospital.org/hearing
4:00 pm Reporter for many newspapers in the West, Sally Ooms has followed Americans who have become displaced from their homes, and will share their stories re: how they have righted themselves.
4:30 pm Tribune reporter, Gregory Karp, on his recent article on summer travel, and what factors to consider before planning/booking a trip.
5:00 pm Professional organizer Lisa Lelas! http://lifestylingwithlisa.com
5:30 pm "Get Fit" with Ideal Weight Loss of Farmington and Southington! Dr Christine Greene discusses exactly why and how exercise reduces stress.
May 21, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm AP reported recently that high SPF ratings on sunscreen are misleading. Dr Mark Anderson comments. http://emtexas.com
3:20 pm A new study of video games found that a player's perception of enemies as human, led to more verbally aggressive behavior afterward. Courant reporter Matt Sturdevant.
3:30 pm CT proposal to lay groundwork fo better children's mental health. CT Mirror reporter Arielle Levin Becker. http://ctmirror.com
3:50 pm Tanesha Awasthi, founder of Girl with Curves! http://girlwithcurves.com
4:00 pm Meteorologist Matt Scott comments on the Oklahoma tornado.
5:00 pm Senator Cathy Osten re: proposal to increase minimum wage.
May 20, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm Former Victoria's Secret model, Kylie Bisutti, shares a behind-the-scenes look inside the modeling industry. http://kyliebisutti.com
3:30 pm Best practices for antique and collectible shopping! Certified appraiser and auctioneer, Ralph Labozzo. http://goldengavel.com
4:00 pm Former UCONN basketball star and Bloomfield native, Nykesha Sales.
4:30 pm Reporter with Hearst CT newspapers, Maggie Gordon is covering Metro-North's status on CT railways.
5:00 pm The most legendary US fighter pilot since Vietnam, Dan Hampton, discusses his memoir.
5:20 pm Evangelist Pat Robertson created controversy last week when he told the wife of a cheating husband, "He cheated on you. Well, he's a man". Relationship expert Jennifer Styers comments. http://jenniferstyers.com
5:50 pm Tonight is Dancing with the Stars finale! Broadway dancer Billy Johnstone comments and shares his critique of this season.
May 17, 3-6 pm
3:20 pm LA movie reviewer and critic, Lisa Johnson Mandell on what to check out at the theater this weekend!
3:30 pm Tracy Gamer, brain cancer survivor and advocate of medicinal marijuana will update us on her recent testimony at CT State Legislature.
4:00 pm NJ Criminal defense attorney, Gregory Gianforcare, comments on the proposed lowering of blood alcohol levels in determining drunk driving. http://gianforcarolaw.com
4:30 pm Hartford consultant John Motley comments on the challenges facing non-profits this year. http://motleybeup.com
5:00 pm LA attorney Ian Wallach updates us on sentencing of Jodi Arias, facing the death penalty in Arizona. http://feldmanwallach.com
5:30 pm Popular epic Director Ron Maxwell is working with CT historical organizations and charities on his next Civil War project, "Copperhead". http://ronmaxwell.com
May 16, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm JAVA's Maryellen Fillo reports on her coverage of Prince Harry's visit to CT yesterday.
3:30 pm Elder law Atty Jay Kearns, Kearns & Kearns in WH. http://kearnsandkearns.com
4:20 pm Success Coach, Marge Piccini, "3 Ways to Say No, Politely". http://margepiccini.com
5:00 pm "On the Money with Roger Cowen", Cowen Tax Advisors Group in Farmington. http://cowentaxgroup.com
5:20 pm Dir of WalkCT, Leslie Lewis. http://walkct.org
5:30 pm Sought-after Washington, DC consultant, Linda Crill, shares her unusual road to reinvention. http://lindacrill.com
May 15, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm The Dog Listeners! Phil Klein and Pat Wright taking your calls with any pet behavioral and training questions.
3:30 pm Dr Stuart Horen with Ideal Weight Loss of Farmington and Southington! http://horenhealthandwellness.com
4:00 pm Exec Dir of the Center for Critical Thinking, and Educational Psychologist, Linda Elder comments on a recent report from Pew Internet Project re: the amount of time each day teens spend on electronic devices. http://criticalthinking.org
4:30 pm The youngest tenured professor and single highest-rated teacher at The Wharton School, Adam Grant, shares his insights on why some people are successful, and some not. http://giveandtake.com
5:00 pm CT State Rep Susan Johnson from Willimantic on the bill re: tattoo artists in CT needing to be licensed. It has passed the House, and is on it's way to the Senate.
5:20 pm Following up on conversation yesterday on Angelina Jolie's news re: her double mastectomy after diagnosis of having the breast cancer gene with local oncologist, today we talk about the cost of the test and the patent that 1 company has on the gene. Dr Alfred Johnson discusses. http://johnsonmedicalassociates.com
5:30 pm "Get Fit with Ideal Weight Loss of Farmington and Southington!" Certified personal trainer Joe Carabese shares 31 fat-melting workouts that take 5 minutes to do! http://meltfitness.com
May 14, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm In time for spring/summer running season, pro Erik Orton shares tips on avoiding injury and proper training. Erik is the former fitness director for the University of Colorado Health Services Center. http://runningwitheric.com
3:30 pm The CT Trial Lawyers Assoc is urging gun owners to hand over their unwanted firearms in exchange for grocery money. Michael Walsh, president of the Association, comments. http://cttriallawyers.com
4:00 pm May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. CT woman, Maryanne Harrison, involved with CT's Recovery Int'l, joins us. http://lowselfhelpsystems.org
5:00 pm Atty Marc Needelman, who represented the family of Danielle Cramer, missing for a year and later found in a home in WH. He comments on the young women held captive in Cleveland, Ohio. http://needlemanlaw.com
5:30 pm Historian and renowned for his popular epics "Gettysburg" and "Gods and Generals", Ron Maxwell is partnering with some CT charities for his next civil war project, "Copperhead". http://ronmaxwell.com
May 13, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm Commenting on the crazed Mother's Day holiday for the florist business, floral shop owner Amy Adkins.
3:20 pm Forbes Magazine just released a report on the top "productivity killers" at the office. Career expert Paul Spiegelman reveals the top culprits. http://paulspiegelman.com
3:30 pm A story chronicling the spiraling bullying and suicide rate in our country. Names one of Entertainment Weekly's "13 to watch in 2013", Kimberly McCreight. http://kimberlymccreight.com
4:00 pm Exec Diri of CT Beer Wholesaler's Association, Jude Malone on CT Beer Week, this week! http://ctbeerwholesalers.com
4:30 pm Exec Dir of Greatership Greater Hartford, Ted Carroll. http://leadershipgh.org
5:00 pm Dr Saud Anwar, Chair of the Department of Internal Medicine of two of the regional hospitals in Connecticut, is frequently consulted by Homeland Security and the FBI for his expertise on the Middle East.
5:30 pm Veteran ABC News reporter, Kayce Jennings, shares a compelling project she is now working on, "Girl Rising", a groundbreaking film and the centerpiece of a global social action campaign focusing on investing today in adolescent girls living in developing world countries. http://girlrising.com
May 10, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm For Mother's Day this Sunday....".Shared Wisdom from the heart....Mother to Son." Melissa Harrison.
3:30 pm CT historian William Hosely on 3 treasures of North Hartford.
3:45 pm The Fresh Air Fund has been providing free summer experiences to more than 1.7 million New York City low-income children since 1877. Interested in being a host family this summer? Karen Michaud, Volunteer Leader. http://freshair.org
4:00 pm A Texas Court judge ruled yesterday that the high school cheerleader's banners quoting biblical verses were "constitutionally permissible". Legal expert from the Liberty Institute, Hiram Sasser, comments. http://libertylegal.org
4:20 pm Barry Horowitz of Nirenstein, Horowotz & Assoc. http://preserveyourestate.net
4:30 pm Exec Dir of Women's Campaign School at Yale, Patricia Russo. http://wcsyale.org
5:00 pm A video has gone viral showing an 18-yr old student telling his Social Studies teacher why she is a poor teacher and isn't really teaching her students anything. The teacher has been placed on leave with pay. Over 450,000 people viewed it in it's 1st 24 hours. Chris Kraft, owner of the largest social media marketing company in the US, comments. http://splashmedia.com
5:20 pm New Britain was granted a "Pacesetter Community" award today for it's early and sustained actions to help put young children on the path to success. Merrill Gay, CEO of New Britain Early Childhood Collaborative. http://cfgnb.org
May 9, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm Former US Air Force Captain Kimberly Olsen comments on a Stars and Stripes report yesterday re: the lack of hiring of veterans by US corporations. http://graceafterfire.org
3:30 pm DEA agent Tony Pettigrew follows up on the federal "Take Back" program re: prescription drugs and what was collected last week.
3:45 pm Local attorney, Marc Needelman, comments on the post-verdict interview done by Jodi Arias after her guilty verdict. http://needelmanlaw.com
4:00 pm National real estate expert William Hazelgrove discusses the American Dream of home ownership....has it changed? http://williamhazelgrove.com
4:20 pm Success Coach Marge Piccini. http://margepiccini.com
4:30 pm Children's Disaster Services trains and certifies volunteers for specialized child care after disasters, providing a safe environment for children impacted by traumatic events. Volunteer Dir Bruce Lockwood with CT's arm, The CT Project joins us. http://thectprojectregion2.com
4:50 pm NY Times reported today that hospital billing varies wildly, according to government data. CFO for a national medical billing company, Zahid Khalid, comments. http://greatlakesmbpm.com
5:00 pm On the Money with Roger Cowen! Cowen Tax Advisory Group in Farmington. http://cowentaxgroup.com
5:30 pm From loss to personal renaissance...with the zest of Italy! Self-help expert, Dr Raeleen Mautner, CT resident. http://raeleenmautner.com
May 8, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm Child Psychologist Dr Laura Saunders comments on the 3 young women held captive in Ohio, their chances of fully recovering, and how to keep your children safe.
3:20 pm It is National Civility Month! Certified etiquette consultant Karen Scarfo shares 4 tips for everyone to practice to create a more civil society. http://ctetiquette.com
3:45 pm Huffington Post columnist Nancy Sherr shares ways to successfully rebound after a big personal life change. http://nancysherr.com
4:00 pm Commenting on a report released yesterday re: women's brains being "biologically programmed" to overeat, national health advocate Judy Gaman. http://emtexas.com
4:30 pm A bill before the CT Legislature will create a task force to study Family Medical Leave Insurance (FMLI). HB #6553. Jillian Gilchrest, Policy Dir at the CT Assoc for Human Services and co-chair of the CT FMLI Coalition explains. http://ctfmli.org
5:00 pm Reporter Daniella Altimari discusses Medal of Honor recipients coming to Newtown to honor 6 women who lost their lives trying to protect their students.
5:20 pm Law enforcement expert Peter Schulte talks about the police handling of the Ohio case involving 3 young women held captive, and how missing children cases are handled in general. http://schulteapgar.com
5:30 pm "Get Fit" feature, sponsored by Ideal Protein Weight Management! Celebrity fitness trainer Joan Pagano gets us motivated!
May 7, 3-6 pm
3:30 pm Hartford Hospital's Dr Adam Steinberg discusses the delicate, though important, topic of female incontinence. http://harthosp.org
4:00 pm Some style and fashion help going into the summer season! Style Editor for NBC's Today Show, Bobbie Thomas. http://Bobbie.com
4:20 pm West Hartford teacher Claire Taylor is CT's nominee for a National Education Association teaching excellence award. She shares her upcoming trip to Brazil related to that distinction!
4:45 pm CT's Chief Entomologist, Kirby Stafford, PhD on the upcoming return of the cicadas.
5:20 pm Master Career Counselor and Professional Certified Career Coach, Lynn Berger. http://lynnberger.com
5:30 pm Mom, military wife and popular columnist, Sarah Smiley on one military family, one year of heroes, and lessons for a lifetime!
May 6, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm Maureen Hubert, our April Inspirational Woman Award winner!
3:30 pm New Britain High School history teacher, Dan Blanchard, with his innovative and effective style of teaching!
4:30 pm Investigative Reporter Matthew Sturdevant has been covering the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy since it occurred, and updates us on the town meeting this past Fri night re: location for the new school.
4:45 pm It is National Car Care Month! Car expert Pam Oakes returns and shares tips on diagnosing car problems and avoiding expensive repairs. http://carcarefortheclueless.com
5:00 pm Local psychotherapist Karen Caffrey has a new way to 'look at life through fresh eyes". Remember Etch-A-Sketch when you were young? http://karencaffrey.com
5:30 pm Atty Martha Dwyer wrote a Letter to the Editor in this morning's Hartford Courant re: the future status of Southbury Training School, following up on Gov Malloy's announcement last week of creating a task force to study it. http://homeandschoolsts.org
5:45 pm CBS reported today on a lesser-known form of domestic violence...branding. Young women are being tattooed, against their will, by their abusers, in an attempt to control them. Domestic abuse expert Jan Langbein, Executive Director, Genesis Women's Shelter and Support comments. http://genesisshelter.org
May 3, 3-6 pm
Our April Inspirational Woman Award Winner!!
3:00 pm A local woman, Marcella Nunez, inspired by her son's diagnosis of autism, has started a program, Innovative Autism Network. http://iannetwork.com
3:30 pm As seen on The Food Network, Oprah, and in Bon Appetit, culinary expert Jennie Perillo shares tips on food and family. http://injennieskitchen.com
3:50 pm A 16-yr old, Erika Florian, is dedicated to helping raise money for The Race in the Park and Breast Health Initiative.
4:20 pm A new Sandy Hook School location may be decided next week. Reporter Matthew Sturdevant from the Hartford Courant updates.
4:30 pm CNN Money reported today that the April jobs preview shows more slow hiring ahead. Financial strategist Clark Hodges comments. http://hodgescapital.com
4:50 pm USA Today article today on Frontier Airlines beginning to charge for carry-on bags. Travel expert Catherine Bank joins us. http://legacytravel.com
5:00 pm From 9/11 First Responders, NY City Fire Chief Jim Earl, who lost 20 members of his dept on that tragic day.
5:45 pm A new research study, released yesterday, states that lipstick may contain potentially toxic ingredients. Dr Alfred Johnson joins us. http://johnsonmedicalassociates.com
May 2, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm The winners of our CT's Got Talent competition last night! The Asberry Boys!!
4:00 pm Social media advice to be mindful of re: domestic violence. Interval's House Community Educator, David Rivera.
4:20 pm Success coach, Marge Piccini. http://margepiccini.com
4:50 pm The movie Iron Man opens tonight! Is already a block buster! CEO of LOOK Cinemas, Tom Stephensen shares behind the scenes info! http://lookcinemas.com
5:00 pm "Smart Money" with Roger Cowen of Cowen Tax Advisory Group! http://cowentgaxgroup.com
5:30 pm CT Main Street Center, a statewide organization helping cities revitalize their downtown districts. Assoc Dir, Kimberly Parsons-Whitaker . http://ctmainstreet.org
5:50 pm A local business leader, David O'Brien has authored a book, "The Navigator's Compass" and is donating 100% of it's e-line sales to Food Share.
May 1, 3-6 pm
A new Monthly Challenge!!
3:00 pm Bloomfield's Animal Control Officer, Chis Sparks, on her new book, "The Animals and me">
3:20 pm Exec Dir of Historical Society of Wethersfield re: their collecting artifacts from the old prison, CT State Prison.
3:30 pm A look at segregation, based on the high school in Georgia that had it's 1st integrated prom in history. National speaker Eric Papp comments. http://ericpapp.com
4:00 pm English Prof at Tunxis Community College, Elizabeth Keifer on the Op-Ed she wrote in yesterdays' Courant, "Learning Empathy Helps in Troubled Times".
4:30 pm Dr Andrew Salner comments on front-page article on testing a new cancer treatment, announced by Gov Malloy yesterday.
4:50 pm USA Today reported today on the FDA permitting over-the-counter sales for Plan B. Atty Doug Uloth comments. http://ulothlaw.com
5:00 pm A singer who went from stage 4 cancer to center stage!! Meet Denise DeSimone! http://denisedesimone.com
5:30 pm "Get Fit" feature, sponsored by Horen Ideal Protein Weight Management! Marathoner and Iron Man Croix Sather!
April 30, 3-6 pm
3:20 pm A CT's Got Talent semi-finalist! Kate Bolduc joins us.
3:30 pm USA Today reported today that airfares for Memorial Day are down from last year. Travel agent Cathy Banks comments. http://legacytravel.com
4:00 pm Studies consistently show that the vast majority of people struggle with stress on a daily basis. The "Relaxed Prosperity Coach", Tracy O'Brien feels that we can reduce our stress by shifting our attitude. http://prospernow.me
4:30 pm Film producer Steve Thompson had worked with Academy Award-winner Cliff Robertson closely for over 10 yrs. He is now making a film on his life.
5:00 pm CT's Got Talent semi-finalist Jack Taubal, 1/3 of a brother trio!
April 29, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm Healing breast cancer using alternative methods. Venue DeMarco did just that. http://venusdemarco.org
3:30 pm Is sex addiction a true disorder? Milton Magness, PhD, and founder of Hope & Freedom Counseling Services in Texas leads national workshops.http://hopeandfreedom.com
4:00 pm Mary recently met Nancy Berk at a CT restaurant, and learned that she is the author of "College Bound and Gagged" book which is prominently showcased in Tina Fey and Paul Rudd's "Admission" movie. http://drnancyberk.com
4:30 pm A Hartford Courant article over the weekend on the Newtown families dividing up $7.7 million from the Newtown-Sandy Hook Community Foundation, Inc. Reporter Dave Altimari reports.
5:20 pm CT's Got Talent semi-finalist, Jessica Giannone!
5:30 pm CT's Got Talent semi-finalist, Elizabeth Friedman!
5:50 pm CT's Got Talent semi-finalist, Winton Fenderson!
April 26, 3-6 pm
3:30 pm Bonnie Malley, CFO of the Phoenix, is one of the 8 women awarded "Women In Business" award by Hartford Business Journal this year! Their luncheon is next Thurs, 11:30 am at CT Convention Center. http://hartfordbusiness.com
3:50 pm Exec Dir of New Britain Downtown District, Gerry Amodio, discusses the new Police Dept.
4:00-5:00 This hour devoted to the much-experienced challenges of caring for elderly parents. Helen, a vibrant 95-yr old who still lives along, shares her experiences as someone who needs assistance in certain areas of her life, and her daughter Patty will discuss the ups and downs of being a caregiver. Also, the CEO of CT Community Care, Molly Gavin, joins us to share updated research, and resources. And, Marie discusses caring for her Mom, as she herself is aging.
5:00 pm CEO of Makiaris Media, Irene Makiaris is another of the 8 women awarded "Women in Business" awards at HBJ event next week.
5:20 pm Manti Te'o falls out of NFL draft's first round, fake girlfriend scandal may have hurt stock . NFL Agent Walter Musgrove comments. http://teammusgrove.com
3:00 pm A star of hope in Hartford! Grace Academy is an independent school dedicated to providing a quality, tuition-free education to girls from low-income families. Exec Dir Matt Fitzsimons joins us. http://graceacademyhartford.org
3:30 pm The weight loss and management program that Mary is loving and having huge success with! Dr Stuart Horen talks about Ideal Protein. http://horenhealthandwellness.com
4:00 pm "The Imagine Project: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Stories" shares the inspiring life stories of forty seemingly ordinary people from across the United States. Dianne Maroney discusses this inspiring movement. http://theimagineproject.com
4:20 pm Success Coach Marge Piccini! http://margepiccini.com
4:30 pm How did the media go wrong with the reporting of the Boston tragedy and manhunt last week? Journalism Professor from Quinnipiac University, Richard Hanley, comments.
5:00 pm Hartford Courant's Korky Vann! Spring cleaning 101!
5:20 pm Dr Jason Gerrard from Yale describes the latest in brain stimulation for Parkinsons, OCD and depression.
5:30 pm Prof of Political Science at Univ of Texas, Dr Allan Saxe, talk about the unveiling of the Bush Presidential Center today!
April 24, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm Spring is the most popular season for moving. Marianne Cusato, one of the most influential people in home building, will share ways to buy, rent or dream about your perfect home.
3:30 pm Ten-time national ballroom champion, and choreographer for Dancing with the Stars, CT's Eric Turcio will share 'behind the scenes' info on the show!
4:00 pm In time for birding season, National Geographic's resident birding expert Jonathan Alderfer.
4:20 pm Commenting on yesterday's news of Twitter being hacked, cyber security Keith Squires.http://pathmaker-group.com
5:00 pm DEA Agent Tony Pettigrew describes the DEA's "Drug Take-Back Day", which is April 27. http://deadiversion.usdoj.gov
5:30 pm "Get Fit" sponsored by Ideal Protein Weight Management! Dr Christine Greene inspires spring work-outs!
April 23, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm Editor/writer for New York Post, Rod Dreher, shares his story of his sister's diagnosis of a rare form of cancer.
3:20 pm Something for the men! Harvard physician Dr Abraham Morgentaler touches upon the latest in research leading to intimacy and good health.
3:30 pm David Director with Connecticut Lighting Center covers all types of outdoor lighting for the spring/summer season. http://ctlighting.com
4:30 pm Anti-aging facts and fiction! Genie James has interviewed dozens of pioneering medical researchers to figure it all out! http://geniejames.com
5:00 pm An update on CT legislative proposed bills re: human trafficking. Activist Ray Bechard is involved with and following them at the State Capitol.
5:20 pm Former co-host of The Doctors, Dr Wendy Walsh on cleansing yourself of bad relationships.
5:30 pm CT actress, model, speaker Allyson Spellman describes how she turned her life around in her 30's. http://unleashyourvoice.com
April 22, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm Dr Fran Wallfish, one of PARENTS magazine "Ask the Experts", talks about conflict resolution with your children, regardless of their age. http://DrFranWalfish.com
3:30 pm Elder law attorney Lisa Coursey, Kearns & Kearns in WH. http://kearnsandkearns.com
4:00 pm A report out of England over the weekend cites that toddlers are becoming "addicted" to IPads. Family therapist Melody Brooke comments. http://melodybrooke.com
4:20 pm Jim Shea from Hartford Courant, joins me to chat about his column on Sat re: stress....a humorous perspective, of course!
4:30 pm One of the women being recognized at HBJ's "Women in Business" event, May 2...Mary McLaughlin, Reg VP of Comcast.
5:00 pm CT professional organizer, Lisa Lelas on ways to "go green"! http://lifestylinglisa.com
5:45 pm A CBS report this morning on avoiding spring scams re: home repairs, etc. CT's Better Business Bureau's Howard Schwartz elaborates. http://bbb.orgApril 19, 3-6 pm
All eyes are on Boston today.....
3:00 pm Former SWAT hostage negotiator Gilberto Torrez comments on the massive manhunt in Boston today.
3:30 pm A travel guide for all who search for joy! Traveler, author, CT resident Mary O'Connor . http://mary-oconnor.com
4:00 pm A New Britain High School teacher who is passionate about teen leadership and mentoring. Dan Blanchard. http://GranddaddysSecrets.com
4:30 pm Journalist and contributor to Forbes, Fox Business Network and the Wall Street Journal, Iliana Green discusses her recent Forbes article, "How a Technological Investor Realized His Most Revolutionary Innovation: Put Women in Charge!"
5:00 pm Robotic and asteroid mining? A former NASA engineer is about to take it on! Michael Buet and his team's motto is "To the stars, now!" http://star-tech-inc.com
5:30 pm Atty Doug Ulloth, who has been studying the history of complaints with the West Fertilizer Co, which suffered an explosion this week. http://ullothlaw.com
April 18, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm Life at 50 and beyond at it's best!! The upsides of aging, and yes....there are many! Dr Helen Mendes Love. http://drhelenmendeslove.com
3:30 pm Meet an 82-year old fighting tirelessly for the homeless. Sylvia Anthony, and Founder of Sylvia's Haven. http://sylviashaven.org
4:20 pm Success Coach, Marge Piccini. 3 Things to do when tragedy strikes. http://margepiccini.com
4:30 pm One of Hartford Business Journal's outstanding "Women in Business", Anne Elvgren! http://hartfordbusiness.com
5:00 pm Nationally acclaimed safety expert, David Nance comments on how to survive a public attack. http://personalsafetyexpert.com
5:30 pm Identifying terrorists with body language. Expert Dr Lillian Glass.
April 17, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm CT Celebrity make-up artist, Patricia Parsons calls in from the NY Beauty Show!
3:20 pm Winner of Greater Hartford 'sNightengale Awards, Tracey Bosco! These awards honor nurses, and award monies for nursing scholarships.
3:30 pm Psychologist Wendy James, PhD comments on psychological impact of Boston tragedy.
3:50 pm Local licensed counselor and combat veteran, Bob Caffrey, share insights into PTSD, specifically, for those witnessing the Boston tragedy.
4:00 pm The Dog Listeners are back! Phil Klein and Pat Wright!
4:30 pm Should every school child undergo mental health screenings? Child advocate and abuse survivor, Sherry Green .
5:00 pm Tracey Gamer will be featured on CBS Sunday Evening News this Sunday. She is a CT resident and will share her experiences with us today re: medicinal marijuana and her testimony at CT's public hearing on the palliative use of marijuana.
5:30 pm Addiction counselor Tom Reilley will share info specific to those who "enable" addicts. A prevalent dynamic in many families.
April 16, 3-6 pm
Our thoughts are with everyone in Boston, and beyond, today~
3:00 pm CT marathoner Kelly Burns-Gallagher who was at the Boston Marathon yesterday shares what she saw and experienced.
3:20 pm National syndicated-columnist and career expert Andrea Kay. http://andreakay.com
3:30 pm Roger Cowen with Cowen Tax Group. http://cowentaxgroup.com
4:00 pm National sports commentator, Lisa Belkov-Snyder comments on history and current status of US Soccer Federation.
4:20 pm AAA Aaron Kupec on 2013 "Your Driving Costs" survey.
4:50 pm Child Psychologist Dr Laura Saunders shares insights on helping children dealing with the Boston tragedy.
5:20 pm Psychiatrist Lisa Namerow, MD with facts to help adults make sense of yesterday's explosions in Boston. http://aacap.org
5:30 pm "Women in Business " winner for Hartford Business Journal's upcoming event, Veronica Montalvo, VP at Post University.
3:20 pm The woman behind the most successful fashion brand at Home Shopping Network, Diane Gilman.
3:30 pm Elder law attorney Jay Kearns, with Kearns & Kearns in WH. http://kearnsandkearns.com
4:00 pm Naturopathic physician Ashley Burkman on seasonal allergies and hormone imbalance. http://ctnaturalhealth.com
4:20 pm A report was published yesterday by Gannett Publishing re: real estate news...is renting the new American Dream? Real estate Mark Bloom comments. http://networthrealtyusa.com
4:30 pm Mary's all-time favorite motivational speaker was Zig Ziglar; his daughter Julia joins the show. http://julieziglarnorman.com
5:00 pm WFSB's Tina Martin who will be hosting Mary's show tomorrow, gives a glimpse!
5:30 pm Dr Leah Hollis, a varsity collegiate athlete at Rutgers University, comments on the athletic scandal, and their plans to have an independent adviser review the circumstances.
April 10, 3-6 pm
3:20 pm UCONN's Puppet Program was awarded a
3:30 pm Weight release with hypnotist Lisa Zaccheo. http://mindmattershypnosis.com
4:00 pm New Britain Early Childhood Collaborative CEO Merrill Gay reveals 5 key citywide indicators of childhood well-being. http://cfgnb.org
4:30 pm New England Nightmare, woman's football team, coach Tracy Parker. http://newenglandnightmare.com
5:00 pm How to find time in a busy schedule to exercise! Fitness expert Joe Carabese tells us! http://meltfitnessstudio.com
5:20 pm CT resident Ruth Hartunian on World Book Day. http://worldbookday.com
5:30 pm Gizmo! An amazing little dog who does amazing things to inspire and help so many people! http://facebook.com/GizmosFrens
3:20 pm Having covered Pres Obama's visit to Univ of Hartford yesterday, WH reporter Ronnie Newton updates! http://patch.com
3:30 pm Bristol Hospital's Endocrinologist, Dr Vijay Joshi on thyroid disease. http://bristolhospital.org
4:00 pm The US imports many foreigners for medical work. Dr Kate Tulenko, a globally-recognized expert on health profession education, explains why.
4:20 pm UCONN's national championship game tonight means gambling for some. Ronnie from Gamblers Anonymous joins us. http://gamblersanonymous.org
4:30 pm Melissa D'Arabian from The Food Network!
5:00 pm Commenting on the cheating scandal in Atlanta's Pubic Schools that was in the news last week, Bob Schaeffer comments. He has been tracking cheating scandals around the nation for the past several years. He is the Dir of The Nat'l Center for Fair and Open Testing. http://fairtest.org
5:30 pm Chiming in on the Rutgers' basketball firing, former assistant coach, Rud Bradford, who worked with legendary coaches Don Haskins and Lou Hensen.
April 8, 3-6 pm
3:30 pm Financial planner Joseph Bert feels strongly that you should not take Soc Sec too early. http://financialgroup.com
4:00 pm Nationally-known pet expert, Darlene Arden re: recent incidents with police depts and their canine partners involved in shootings. http://darlenearden.com
4:30 pm Pastor Rick Warren's son committed suicide last week; Crisis expert Benaye Rogers discusses mental health issues and suicide prevention. http://contactcrisisline.org
5:00 pm How to make a profit while being joyfully jobless! Coach Barbara Winter tells us how! http://joyfullyjobless.com
5:30 pm NY Times study: Culprit in heart disease goes beyond meat's fat. Dr Mark Anderson comments. http://emtexas.com
3:20 pm Hollywood movie critic, Lisa Johnson Mandell gives her recommendations for the weekend!
3:45 pm Hartford teacher, Jonathan Gilman, shares his experiences with his Dad's struggles with Alzheimer's.
4:00 pm Psychologist Beverly Flaxington's 5 secrets of getting along with co-workers. http://thehumanbehaviorcoach.com
4:20 pm Gender expert Judy Gaman comments on the latest unhealthy obsession plaguing young women....the 'thigh gap". http://emtexas.com
4:50 pm CT's Ruth Hartunian talks about her involvement with World Book Day!
5:30 pm Local film-maker Greg Williams re: his new documentary on addiction, "The Anonymous People".
April 4, 3-6 pm
3:30 pm Hartford Hospital's Eye Surgery Center is now offering a new service.....bladeless cataract surgery. Dr Alan Solinsky explains. http://harthosp.org
3:50 pm There is a new website, all about CT! Developer Bernard Kavaler joins us. http://ctbythenumbers.com
4:00 pm The toll of caregiving! CEO of the National Farmily Caregivers Assoc, John Schall. http://caregiveraction.org
4:20 pm Success Coach Marge Piccini! http://margepiccini.com
5:00 pm One of the country's leading experts on using social media in job searches, Joshua Waldman. http://careerenlightenment.com
5:30 pm CT TV host, lifestyle expert, Mar Jennings chats about Spring 'must haves'. http://marjennings.com
April 3, 3-6 pm
Our 10th Anniversary celebration tonight!!
3:00 pm A report was released this week stating that teens are uncertain and stressed about their futures, being able to afford college, etc. Lou Golden, CEO of Jr Achievement comments.
3:30 pm Bristol Hospital's Chairman of Board of Dir's, Marie O'Brien, updates us on Gov Malloy's proposed budget cuts and their impact on local health care. http://protectmyhospitalct.org
4-5:00 pm Devoting this hour to same sex parenting. Two couples who are raising children will share their experiences.
5:00 pm Coming into the warm season, CT Landmarks has some special events for young and old alike showcasing CT's history. http://ctlandmarks.org
5:30 pm Child Psychologist Dr Laura Saunders reviews guidelines about electronic and media usage for children.
April 2, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm The true story of 6 widows committed to create adventurous lives! Becky Aikman joins us.
3:30 pm AP reported today that March US auto sales may be highest since 2007! Auto expert Ray Huffines comments. http://huffines.net
4:00 pm Verbal and written communication differences between the generations! National guest expert on tv and in print, Lynn Berger. http://lynnberger.com
4:30 pm Make Happiness a Choice! One of the Top 30 Female Entrepreneurs in the USA, Mariyn Tam visits. http://marilyntam.com
5:00 pm A local music artist, Omar A, shares his impressive journey in the music industry.
5:30 pm Local motivational speaker, Kathy McAfee. http://marketingmotivator.net
April 1, 3-6 pm
Kicking off a new Monthly Challenge!
3:00 pm Local motivational speaker, Walt Hampton. Walt is a high-altitude mountaineer, having conquered four of the world's Seven Summits, and former Manhattan trial lawyer. http://WaltHampton.com
3:30 pm How to get your car ready for Spring! Auto-technician Pam Oakes. http://carcarefortheclueless.com
4:00 pm Our March Inspirational Woman Award winner!! Congratulations to MaryJean White of Plainville!
430 pm Motherhood over 40?! West Hartford's Cyma Shapiro. http://MotheringintheMiddle.com
4:50 pm IRS top scams! CPA, attorney, money manager Bill Dendy. http://elitefm.net
5:00 pm Moving for children of divorce parents can be extremely tough. From CT Collaborative Divorce Group, Atty Bob Friend and Psychologist Elaine Ducharme. http://ctcollaborativedivorce.com
5:30 pm Human-rights activist Ray Bechard re: the cold case of a missing Berlin, CT woman Carrie Ann Monroe, missing since Jan, 1010.
March 29, 3-6 pm
3:20 pm Local registered dietitian and pediatric specialist Kate Samela helps parents manage finicky toddlers at the table!
3:30 pm The Exec Dir of Second Thoughts, a group of Mass disabled residents opposing assisted-suicide. http://second-thoughts.org
4:00 pm NY Board-certified internist Dr Vincent Pedre will share 5 ways baby boomers can look young and feel younger! http://pedremd.com
4:30 pm UCLA Physicist, Dr Leonard Mlodinow shares research that shows new tools for probing the hidden, subliminal workings of the mind that explains your preferences, judgments and perceptions. http://its.caltech.edu
4:50 pm NH School Lunch Lady and winner of "Chopped" on Food Network, shares some exciting news!!
5:00 pm A Bristol, CT actress, Sarah Elizabeth, and her videographer friend, Lauren Clarke, have produced a short film, "Women of the Day"!
3:30 pm Owner of Cork & Brew in Southington, Kristen Michalski, will join us! The location of our Guys & Girls Night Out on April 3!
4:00 pm The estimated 29 million people who are required by federal law to buy health insurance next year will spark a demand for more physicians and other primary care providers. This demand won't be met quickly. Zahid Khalid owns a medical billing company and talks about what adding this many people to insurance rolls will mean to the quality of care for patients. http://greatlakesmbpm.com
4:20 pm Success Coach Marge Piccini! http://margepiccini.com
4:45 pm Ready for some baseball? The Baseball Analysis and Reporting System (BARS) is here, making traditional statistics out-of-date.
5:00 pm And...beer! Your all-american beer probably isn't. The Exec Dir of Food & Water Watch, a DC-based watchdog organization, will join us. http://foodandwaterwatch.org
5:30 pm Who says well-behaved women can't make history?? Kim Shannon, Dir of Good Girls Anonymous, visits! http://goodgirlsanonymous.com
5:50 pm Pastor Tim Lucas of Christian Liquid Church in NJ will share his church's efforts to provide an "Easter Surprise" this weekend to Storm Sandy victims in Staten Island.
March 27, 3-6 pm
3:00 pm AAA's Aaron Kupec discusses the controversy re: speed cameras.
3:30 pm National Nutrition Month! Bristol Hospital nutritionist Tricia Erickson joins us! http://bristolhospital.org
3:50 pm A charity providing free housecleaning for cancer patients. http://cleaningforareason.com
4:00 pm Broadcast personality John Dowd shares his personal story of transformation in "Heroes, Mentors and Friends".
4:30 pm A woman diagnosed with ALS chronicled her last year in "Until I Say Good-bye". She can no longer speak, so her husband, John Wendell, will share their story.
5:00 pm A local woman, Kathleen Nicholas, has been working with troubled youth for years, and turning their lives around through boxing!
5:30 pm Local entertainer Cie Peterson and Broadway veteran Jan Neuberger have created a witty, feel-good grown-up cartoon series! http://ifihadadime.tv
March 26, 3-6 pm
3:20 pm Holiday Hazards: Easter grass, lilies and chocolate are top Easter threats for pets. Pet expert Christy Howard joins us.
3:30 pm A local woman is bringing early literacy to life! Tressa Giordano has created "Book & Boogie" for child care programs, libraries and community centers. http://theseedsnetwork.com/book-and-boogie
4:00 pm Wrapping up Women's History Month, the Dir of CT Women's Hall of Fame joins us. http://cwhf.org
4:30 pm Entrepreneur Robert Lifton talks about his experiences working with Donald Trump, Presidents Reagan and Carter, Nelson Mandela, Yasser Arafat. What has he learned from the powerful and famous?
5:00 pm Why do we do what we do? Therapist Deborah Howell touches upon personalities in pop culture whose bad choices ruined and even shortened their lives.
5:30 pm Blogger for Forbes and Huffington Post, Kathy Caprino shares her Amazing Career Project.
March 25, 3-6 pm
3:20 pm Deborah Gaudio, aunt of a local boy born with 2 birth defects who is now on heart transplant list.
3:40 pm Robin Cornoyer, one of 8 CT women who met at their children's play groups, and decided to share stories of their kids in "Just Ordinary Moms". http://justordinarymoms.com
4:00 pm NY Times columnist, Binyamin Appelbaum, discussed his recent article on men losing economic ground.
4:30 pm One of Pres Obama's Champions of Change, Hedy Chang, was in New Britain last week speaking with New Britain Childhood Collaborative re: tackling chronic absenteeism.
Merrill Gay, the Exec Dir of NBECC will share what was learned, and how NB is doing. http://cfgnb.org
5:00 pm Creativity! What is it, how does it impact/benefit daily life? Steven Dahlberg, Dir of the CT-based International Centre of Creativity. http://appliedimagination.org
5:30 pm Ellen Ornato with The Anti-Bullying Initiative.
3:30 pm Lisa Garafalo, Co-Chair of CT's 2013 Nutmeg Book Awards! And, 8th grader from Ellington Middle School, Abby Wylie, who is reading on the Town Selection Committee.
4:00 pm Comedic legend, Carl Reiner!! Click here to hear the interview!
4:30 pm NY Times columnist, Binyamin Appelbaum, discussed his recent article on men losing economic ground.
5:00 pm House Bill 6645 supports assisted-suicide and one's "right to die". Hartford Courant reporter Daniella Altimari joins us.
5:30 pm Gas prices are rising, despite less demand, more output. Financial strategist Clark Hodges comments. http://hodgescapital.com
5:50 pm The Center for Research on Gender in the Professions at UCLA cites highest-paying jobs are still going to men. Gender expert Judy Hoberman joins us. http://sellinginaskirt.com
March 21, 3-6 pm
3:30 pm Toski Izakaya Restaurant in Avon! Teresa, the owner, talking about their wonderful catering menu! http://toshi-izakaya.com
4:00 pm Must March Madness winnings be taxed? E. Martin Davidoff, a leading IRS expert, will comment. http://taxattorneycpa.com
4:20 pm Success Coach Marge Piccini. http://margepiccini.com
4:30 pm The Founder and Principal of Capital Prep Magnet School in Hartford, Dr Steve Perry. America's Most Trusted Educator! http://capitalprep.org
5:00 pm Responding to the buzz around Sheryl Sandberg's book, "Lean In", psychologist Dr Natalie Peart will discuss the other side of women "having it all".http://drnataliepeart.com
5:30 pm After enduring a life defined by autism, illiteracy, a suicide attempt, crime and time in a psych ward, David Patten has been able to turn his life around. http://dummyamemoir.com
March 20, 3-6 pm
5:30 pm Keynote Entertainment for the event, drumming teacher, Bob Bloom. www.drumming-about-you.com
March 19, 3-6 pm
3:20 pm How to use your military experience to get hired! Michelle Lederman, author of "Heroes Get Hired". http://michelletillislederman.com
3:30 pm USA reported today that one in three elderly have dementia when they die. Asha Bhakta-Roziere, elder specialist, will comment. http://windsordallas.com
4:00 pm How does one get a playwriting career off the ground? Hartford's Jacques Lamarre will share his journey!
5:00 pm CT native, psychic and energy healer, Wendy DeRosa will help you tune into your intuition. http://heldinlight.com
5:30 pm The day after Pope Francis' Inaugural Mass, The Rev. Robert Sirico, president and co-founder of the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty, will join us. http://acton.org
5:40 pm Have aging parents? 7 ways to make their life better. Christina Steinorth. http://christinasteinorth.com
March 18, 3-6 pm
Sress Buster #3 of our March Challenge!
3:20 pm Newly-crowned Mrs CT, Lori-Ann Marchese, who was crowned over the weekend.
3:30 pm Local mountaineer Walt Hampton will share his experiences conquering four of the world's seven summits. http://WaltHampton.com
4:10 pm The new CPI report came out last Friday. Finance expert Ed Butowski will comment on it's overall impact on the economy, and how fast the cost of living is rising in CT. http://chapwoodinvestments.com
4:30 pm After 4 decades of teaching writing, Natalie Goldberg has authored "The True Secret of Writing", which shares her wildly unique method and why it works. http://NatalieGoldberg.com
5:10 pm School Lunch Lady from New Haven, winner of "Chopped" on The Food Network, Cheryl Barbera visits to thank the many women who donated back packs for her back pack program to feed "her kids" at our last Girls Night Out.
5:30 pm Hartford Courant reporter Daniella Altimari re: a push at the State Capitol to mandate labels on foods made with genetically modified organisms (GMO's).
3:30 pm Psychotherapist and energy practitioner Catherine Ewing comments on a topic I talked about last week re: not believing everything you hear/think about yourself. http://reawakenyourdreamer.com
4:00 pm Believe Team's fashion consultant Debbie Wright will share her prep for the Mrs CT pageant this weekend! http://projectcloset.com
4:30 pm A former drug smuggler, and part of Pablo Escobar's cartel, Travis Walters, will share his inspiring story of how he dramatically turned his life around.
5:00 pm CT designer, author Jill Butler, "Create the Space you Deserve". http://jillbutler.com
5:20 pm A report this week revealed that babies can actually be mean...!! And, their mean tendencies start to be displayed at 9 months of age. Family therapist Melody Brooke will comment. http://melodybrooke.com
5:30 pm Broadcast journalism Ann Craig Cinnamon will share her story of living with OCD and lessons learned while living in Tehran.
March 14, 3-6 pm
3:10 pm Archbishop Henry Mansell of Hartford will share his reaction to the new Pope, Pope Francis.
3:20 pm Prof Jennifer Thomassin from Capitol Community College on an upcoming, free workshop for women. http://ccc.commnet.edu
3:30 pm Elder law attorney Jay Kearns. http://kearnsandkearns.com
3:50 pm Prof of Pediatrics at Yale Medical School, Dr William Graf, commenting on today's Courant article on "Study Drugs" for children.
4:10 pm One woman's inspiring journey to organ donation against the tragedy of 19 family members afflicted with a rare kidney disease. Suzanne Ruff, author of "The Reluctant Donor". http://thereluctantdonor.com
4:20 pm Success Coach Marge Piccini. http://margepiccini.com
5:10 pm Naturopathic Dr Kendra Becker, on women's fatigue, and food. http://fwcmystic.com
5:30 pm Professor of Philosophy and Religious Thought, PhD from Yale in Contemporary Theology and graduate of Yale Divinity School, Niels Nielsen will comment on Pope Francis.
March 13, 3-6 pm
3:20 pm Today, the government is releasing data on Feb retail sales. Will the tax hikes hurt the economy? Prof Michael Davis with SMU Cox School of Business will join us.
3:30 pm Bristol Hospital's Eva Wickwire, Chief Dev Officer, will share details on their Festival of Wines and Spirits, March 23, 6-10 pm! http://bristolhospital.org
4:00 pm Recommended by a listener, author Kerry Hannon's book, "The How-to Guide to Finding Profitable, Fulfilling Work after 50". http://kerryhannon.com
4:30 pm Restaurant guru and Host of "Restaurant Stakeout" on Food Network, Willie Degal!
5:00 pm A national survey has revealed disturbing evidence that half of all young people in the US know a victim of sexual assault. A project, NO MORE, has been launched to raise awareness. One of the founders, Jane Randell, will join us.
5:20 pm Jeff Nirenstein of Nirenstein and Horowitz Associates re: living trusts. http://preserveyourestate.net
5:30 pm Emeritus Chairman of Psychiatry at Albert Einstein Medical Center, Dr Maurie Pressman will reveal his findings and theories on "Living in the Supermind.
March 12, 3-6 pm