Michael Glabicki is coming to the Ridgefield Playhouse May 8th! He took a few minutes to talk to Jon about his songwriting, the reason he dropped out of college, and a surprise coming from his new band Uprooted this Fall!
In Dumb Ass News, a man in China turned into a human fish tank when he "accidentally" sat on a fish. (0:00)
Boston Comedian Will Noonan was on the phone to talk about going out to breakfast for the first time since quarantine began, and his
The national spotlight is on police, so Chaz and AJ spoke with Chris Lyons, Retired Hartford Police Sergeant about the use of deadly force, the importance of not making police work personal, and the banning of chokeholds by police. Plus, he sha
Dr. Ron Clark is the Associate Chief of Emergency Medicine at the Hospital of Central CT, and gave a very encouraging report for phase two of the state's reopening, given the dwindling COVID-19 hospitalizations. (0:00)
CT State Police have se
During what should have been an easy traffic report, Ashley started choking, was thoroughly mocked by Chaz and AJ, and barely recovered enough to finish the report intelligibly. (0:00)
State police visited a neighboring property to the Dulos
Piper is a graduating senior from Lyman Hall in Wallingford, and is going into environmental science at the University of Denver. After explaining to AJ what environmental science is (and many other things,) she gave her address to the class of
Yesterday, Charles Haas the Titanic expert talked about the crazy danger he was in while diving to visit the wreckage site. Chaz and AJ asked the Tribe to share their stories, and got some intense ones about a raging river, a bear encounter, an
Marissa is a 17-year-old senior at Sheehan High School in Wallingford, who has future plans to attend UConn for pharmacy. She's an established athlete, spending four years on the field hockey team, four years with indoor track, three years of l
Before Governor Lamont's call in, Chaz and AJ went through some of the questions the Tribe submitted on Facebook. It all ended with an AJ flubble. (0:00)
The Amity Regional High School graduation is going to be broadcast live on PLR, and West
Austin Jose from St. Joseph High School in Trumbull addressed his graduating class today, and talked about his plans to take a year off to travel the country filming snowboarders and working on his videography business.
Governor Lamont was on with Chaz and AJ to address the murder of George Floyd, protests in his name and for Black Lives Matter, and how he feels about calls to defund the police. Plus, the timeline for the reopening of Connecticut in the midst
In Dumb Ass News, a woman is suing after spinning around 174 times while being rescued by a helicopter. (0:00)
Movie and TV Critic Joe Meyers was on to talk to Chaz and AJ about the movie blockbusters that have not stood up to the test of tim
Jayson is the President of the Amity Regional High School Senior Class, and was on with Chaz and AJ. Hear about his plans to be a physical therapist, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, and then AJ flubbled the second he hung up.
Chaz's fiancee, Jennifer was on to rib him about his embarrassing sun burn and admit to eating her own dead skin in the past. (0:00)
The singing dogs of Instagram! Chaz and AJ had some audio of two dogs, with different singing abilities. (8:
With Father's Day approaching, Chaz and AJ spoke with Todd Simon, the CEO of Omaha Steaks. Find out how you can still order an incredible package for dad, and then let Connoisseur Media CEO Jeff Warshaw tell you how to cook it! He and Todd were
Rachel is a graduating senior from Branford High School on her way to UConn for Environmental Science. Although she is an accomplished singer, Chaz and AJ couldn't get a song out of her this morning. She did have a tremendous message to share t
WFSB's Roger Susanin, AKA "Big Rog," talks about restaurant owners pleading with Governor Lamont to open early, and how proud he is of his hair. (0:00)
An arrest has gone viral, for a woman dancing and singing to the officer that he's about t
Joey was on this morning representing Southbury, and the US Pro Halfpipe team. In September he's traveling with the team to Utah, Switzerland, Australia and more to compete. First, he has a statement for his graduating class.
Jennifer and Ashley share stories about the odd things they were hit by, Jennifer was pooped on, and Ashley had gum thrown in her hair. (0:00)
Rodney Butler from Foxwoods was on to talk about their first week reopening, and how restaurants an
East Haven High School senior Lexi Pendziwater is heading to Albertus Magnus College double majoring, and playing two sports. She has accomplished quite a bit already throughout her high school career, and had an uplifting message for her class
Governor Lamont was asked yesterday about the protests, and whether or not he worries about the pandemic while demonstrations take place. Plus, Ashley learns the hard way that we're in the month of June now. (0:00)
Ashley's cellphone fell int
Cam Race is a Senior at Holy Cross in Waterbury, and talked to Chaz and AJ about being a sports fan, playing Fortnite, how to correctly pronounce his last name, and urged his senior class to look beyond their non-traditional graduation.
Joe was the winner of the Good Neighbor Grill Giveaway yesterday, courtesy of Art's Television and Appliance, and shared the story of saving his neighbor's family from a fire. (0:00)
Another Masks for CT giveaway was going on in East Hartfor
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