On this episode, Rich Cyr and Wilbert Boles interview artist Darlene Battle. The episode can be heard here.
Rich Cyr and Wilbert Boles continue their interview artist, author, curator and creative Amy LA Smith. The episode can be heard here.
In this episode, Phil Hall discusses how the coronavirus pandemic impacted the indie music scene. The guests are singer/songwriters Tim Brandt, Frank Palangi and Corey Michael Rieman. The episode can be heard […]
On this week’s episode, Phil Hall is joined by film historian Geno Cuddy in a celebration of the 70th anniversary of Laurel & Hardy’s final film, the bizarre 1951 French-lensed political satire […]
On this week’s episode, Phil Hall interviews James L. Neibaur, author of “Clark Gable in the 1930s: The Films That Made Him King of Hollywood.”
Professor Amy Nawrocki teaches Creative Writing and English at the University of Bridgeport. Her fist collection of poems “Four Blue Eggs” won the Poetry Prize for Homebound Publications. Professor Nawrocki visited WAPJ […]
It wasn’t the easy road Marcellino Hill traveled upon as a child growing up in New Britain, Connecticut. At a young age Marcellino had a speech impediment and he could not pronounce […]
You are going to know their name. In the next few years, whether you love rock and roll or not, you are absolutely going to know the Screamin’ Eagle Band. Because […]
Beth Patella is a singer/songwriter whose new album is called “COMING HOME”. She will be performing as part of the SWAN day festival at Illusions on Saturday 3/28/2015. Nutmeg Chatter had the […]
Jon Bristol had always been a lifelong puppetry fan and was a fan of the universe that Jim Henson created with his puppets but the stories Bristol initially wanted to tell were created with pen […]