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August 7-8, 2012 – Tue/Wed 4-630p «
Campaign season is in top gear – The Campaign opens this week, just in time for some relief!
Facebook from fun to IPO; did Facebook cash-in at your expense?
Passionate and ill-informed, what are key issues (and distractions) for campaigns this year?
Do you prefer “rich” candidates, or those you think are the “average” American… and why?
It’s been 40 years since the summer games in Munich; how did the tragedy change our world.
More shootings, more gun talk, what’s the solution? How do we prevent this action?
How much government is too much government, in your life? Food, baby-formula, health care?
Olympics, sports, and rewards – pewter medals for 4th place are as bad as participation ribbons.
All this, the news of the day, and what YOU have to say!
December 23, 2011 – Fri 4-7p
Lt. Paul Vance with CT State Police drops in with advice, as you head out on your holiday travels
Phil Mortensen talk to us about unions today - the good, the bad, the ugly
For news of the day, Janet Huetteman joins the conversation
Scott Livingston takes a look at financial markets, IPOs, & technology for 2012
November 10, 2011 – Thu 4-7p
The New Libya, insight from Ed Lynch and his meeting with the Ambassador to the US
Police corruption and DOT emergency preparedness, Greg Hladky has commentary.
Accusations, scandal, politics … Ruth Sherman joins the conversation about communication related to top news stories of the week.
July 18, 2011 – Mon 4-6:30p (Yankees coverage begins at 6:30p)
Casey Anthony released -- now what, who cares?
Budget woes -- what's going to happen to the dollar, our budget, our rating, and therefore to each of us individually... and should we be moving our money elsewhere?
Is this all talk, or the start of the 2012 campaign – instead of really trying to agree on a budget?
June 13-14, 2011 – Mon/Tue 4-6:30p (Yankees coverage begins at 6:30p)
Summer attitude abounds – romance, graduations, vacations, reunions!
Why are people more interested in romance, and sex, during summer and vacations?
Are you saying ENOUGH to your current life and/or career? What would you like to do instead?
Do you want a new career, new life – or just a new job?
MyPlate vs. Food Pyramid … better? Too simple? Dumbing-down?
Politics continues to dominate the news – new poll put Romney ahead of Obama in 2012! GOP debate and more politicians behaving badly… Weiner, Edwards, Schwatzeneggar… and we’re not done with DSK, as he’s joined in the news by Mahmoud Abdel Salam Omar.
May 26-27, 2011 – Mon/Tue 4-7p
DSK moves to a plush NYC home, while he awaits trial… can it get more odd?
OMGosh… Oprah is done! Or is she?
What’s new in state news – checking in with Mark Pazniokas
McDreamy (aka Patrick Dempsey) is scheduled to be in CT for the holiday, with Dempsey Racing. We have questions!
Actress, Author, Speaker … Randye Kaye is in the house, with a new book and lecture!
Mary Witkowski unearths more Park City hidden treasures.
Landmark ruling in malpractice case – Jim Horowitz from Koskoff Koskoff Bieder explains.
Lt Paul Vance with state police pays a visit – always good to hear what he has to say ;)
Courtney George from Cohen and Wolf answers questions about legal implications of social media.
Prill Boyle, author of the infamous Defying Gravity, is in the house!
Dolly Curtis has a run-down of weekend happenings – just in time for the long weekend.
Happy Memorial Day – Say thanks to a service member, and remember those we’ve lost.
May 2, 2011 – Mon 4-7p
Osama bin Laden enemy #1 is dead, what does that mean going forward? Risk/threat levels? Ed Lynch, a political science professor at Hollins University with experience on Capitol Hill weighs in with comment.
Climate Changes & Weather Patterns – What’s up with all the crazy, extreme weather – from 2010 thunderstorms to record snow, earthquakes and tsunamis, tornadoes?? Marshall Bartlett, a geo-physics asst. professor at Hollins University and Bill Jacquemin, WICC’s Chief Meteorologist tell us what they think – and what should do to protect ourselves.
Mary-Jane Foster is running for Mayor of Bridgeport – Why? Last time we talked it was just before she announced her interest; it’s time for an update!
Apr 11-12, 2011 – Mon/Tue 4-7p
Japan continues to recover – Noriko Hiraga gives us some insight into what life is like in Japan after the earthquakes and tsunami.
New economy, new you? Did you, or should you, reinvent yourself and your career? How is it different for men and women? Chris Brandt has some suggestions, if you are ready to make changes.
Egypt, Yemen, Libya – what’s the effect on terrorism, the world? Ed Lynch is on again J
Lyme Disease, nature born or biowarfare gone wrong? If you are living with Lyme, what can you do? Stacey Sobel from Turn The Corner helps to make sense of it all.
Union update – government workers in WI, teachers in NJ, is this a new trend? Phil Mortensen answers questions.
More public displays of poor communication abound – and is there a republican presidential candidate out there who can speak? Ruth Sherman breaks it down for us.
Education in the US, and in CT – is NJ leading the way to better education, is there a better way? Edna Novak from Teach for America has the report card.
Dec 28, 2010 – Tuesday 4-7p
Lt. Paul Vance from the state police gives an update on holiday driving, snow covered roads, and recent news stories.
Get the inside scoop from Wendy Walker, about her novels and the latest news!
From baseball to UB – Mary-Jane Foster knows a thing or two about the Park City!
Dec 27, 2010 – Monday 4-7p
Don’t drive if you’re not capable, call Saferides and get home safely
Ever wonder what it’s like to have a large family, who knows better than families of 7 and 12!
Want to start a business? Have an idea? Ann Baldwin tells us about starting Baldwin Media
Starting October 2010 -- Tuesdays at 7pm Eastern
This Week with Ann Karrick & Vincent Caprio
Apr 6, 2010 – Tuesday 4-7p
A new resource for recipes, for those with severe food allergies
Making dry cleaning more “green” – just in time for Earth Day
He said “health care reform is dead” – now what does he think?
Imagine if the US enforced immigration laws, and deported all illegal aliens
… Yankees Game coverage begins at 6:30pm…