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Monday, December 10, 2018
12:00am – 4:00am
Northern Remedy
Host: Brian Slattery

The New Haven Independent’s arts editor spins local — and only local — platters.

Show Archives:
4:00am – 6:00am
La Voz Radio
Host: LA VOZ HISPANA DE CT

Latino news, views, and music.

6:00am – 9:00am
Joe Ugly Show
Host: Joe Ugly

Morning drive with the High Priest of Hip-Hop.

Show Archives:
9:00am – 10:00am
LoveBabz LoveTalk
Host: Babz Rawls-Ivy

The editor of Inner City News explores the “beautiful people” of New Haven.

Show Archives:
10:00am – 11:00am
The Tom Ficklin Show
Host: Tom Ficklin

Conversations with New Haven’s movers and shakers.

Show Archives:
11:00am – 12:00pm
Mayor Monday!
Host: Toni Harp

New Haven’s mayor fields questions about the latest happenings in New Haven.

Show Archives:
12:00pm – 1:00pm
Jazz Haven
Host: Jazz Haven with Stan the Man
Show Archives:
1:00pm – 2:00pm
Cannabis Corner
Host: Joe LaChance, Kebra Smith-Bolden & Uncle Lou

Breaking down the ins & outs of the Cannabis world

Show Archives:
2:00pm – 3:00pm
BREAKING the NEWS!
Host: Harry Droz

A show based on the total hypocrisy of the main stream media. Breaking the MAIN STREAM MEDIA and its lies!

Show Archives:
3:00pm – 5:00pm
La Voz Radio
Host: LA VOZ HISPANA DE CT

Latino news, views, and music.

5:00pm – 6:00pm
LoveBabz LoveTalk
Host: Babz Rawls-Ivy

The editor of Inner City News explores the “beautiful people” of New Haven.

Show Archives:
6:00pm – 7:00pm
The Tom Ficklin Show
Host: Tom Ficklin

Conversations with New Haven’s movers and shakers.

Show Archives:
7:00pm – 8:00pm
Mayor Monday!
Host: Toni Harp

New Haven’s mayor fields questions about the latest happenings in New Haven.

Show Archives:
8:00pm – 9:00pm
BREAKING the NEWS!
Host: Harry Droz

A show based on the total hypocrisy of the main stream media. Breaking the MAIN STREAM MEDIA and its lies!

Show Archives:
9:00pm – 10:00pm
Cannabis Corner
Host: Joe LaChance, Kebra Smith-Bolden & Uncle Lou

Breaking down the ins & outs of the Cannabis world

Show Archives:
10:00pm – 11:00pm
Roots World Radio
Host: Cliff Furnald

Music from around the world.

Show Archives:
11:00pm – 12:00am
Dateline New Haven
Host: Paul Bass, Editor of the New Haven Independent

The New Haven Independent’s editor talks government, politics and current events with local newsmakers.

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Tequila Comes To Temple

Barracuda’s Salazar opens new spot, where there’s a lot to learn about the agave brew. Markeshia Ricks reports.

Today’s Debates

eBay ... GOP ... Harbor ... Homelessness ... Contractor ... Interrogation ... Storms ... Putrescibles ... Trash ... Terror Cop ...

Schools Contractor Drops
Controversial Biz Bids

Akbar: Reputation “unfairly and repeatedly called into question.” Christopher Peak reports.

Dear State Sen. Santa:
Please Oppose Trash Plant

Marty Looney grants enviro council’s holiday wish. Allan Appel reports.

“Here’s To The Handsome Guitarist”

New Haven musicians play tribute to a scene stalwart who died at 39. Karen Ponzio reports.

“Can I Finish, Dear Brother?”

Ed Joyner & Darnell Goldson finally have their duel — with rapier arguments instead of swords or shotguns. Paul Bass reports.

Top Cop's Domestic
Violence Case Continued

Thomas Breen reports.

Flowering & Flourishing

Pond Lily Dam removal builds community, restores habitat. Alexis Janney reports.

Cave, Mountain Movers
Play The Right Loud

@Cafe Nine. Daniel Shoemaker reports.

“There’s So Much To Do”

NHSO’s Alasdair Neale starts a “listening tour” a year early. Lucy Gellman reports & Babz Rawls-Ivy pods.

Markley: Virginia
Campaign Consultant
Misread Connecticut

Lieutenant guv candidate sees need for “169-town” GOP revival strategy. Paul Bass reports.

Collaboration Key
To Ending Homelessness

Say front-liners Richard Cho and Bonita Grubbs. Kevin Maloney reports.

Hattie Delores Boykin, 83

Delores was a longtime member of Immanuel Baptist Church and worked for the VA hospital and for Chesebrough ponds: obit.

More Trucks,
More Beet Juice

Officials detail updated snowstorm plans. Thomas Breen reports.

Miracles, Latkes, & “Tumbalalaika”

Comfy klezmer.
Westville’s menorah lighting.
A “mending minyan.”
Leah Andelsmith & Lucy Gellman report.

Elizabeth Myrtle Love
Simmons Cardoza, 92

Elizabeth, a Hillhouse grad, was a retired customer service rep for the New Haven Register:  Markeshia Ricks reports.

Melvin Long Jr. 49

Melvin was a Marine Corps veteran and truck driver for LTI Trucking Co.: obit.

Ted Take

Ted Littelford reports.

Today’s Debates

Woo ... Win ... Walker ... Woo-hoo ... Whoops

East Siders Pan “Putrescibles” Pitch

To haul region’s trash to expanded Annex transfer station. Allan Appel reports.

Sale Price: $189,900

Latest Hamden property transactions. Sam Gurwitt reports.

An Unblinking
Look At History

Appears “In Plain Sight/Site” at Artspace. It’s not designed to make you feel comfortable. Brian Slattery reports.

“Heil, Heil, Heil ...”

Behind on rent, Valley man allegedly unloads on black & Latino teens.

Piscitelli Commits
To An "Interim" Year

As interim city economic development chief; Harp seeks continuity to get projects over goal line. Paul Bass reports.

"I Guess
They Like Us"

State offers extra $340K for 2 “turnaround” schools. Christopher Peak reports.

Roots Planted In Newhallville

Thomas Breen photosAndres Concha-Brito spends his days installing carpets in Fairfield County mansions. Anneisha Haye spends her days overseeing housekeeping at a Whalley Avenue hotel.

Both can now return from a hard day’s work to homes of their own. They’re among the city’s latest property purchasers, thanks to a decades-old nonprofit that helps working class New Haveners become first-time homeowners.

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eBay Defense Bombs

Christopher Peak Photo Can a man’s online search history be threatening enough to retroactively justify his murder?

A defense attorney tried to present that argument by showing all the online auctions for brass knuckles, stun-guns and pepper spray that a man had been trawling through before his death.

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Pearl Harbor Memorial Park Dedicated

Allan Appel PhotoEarly on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, 19-year-old Electrician’s Mate Floyd Welch was pulling together the microphone and other equipment for church services on his ship, the U.S.S. Maryland, anchored, with a sister ship, two by two, along one of the inlets at Pearl Harbor.

Within a half hour of noise, confusion, and alarms, he and his 1,000 shipmates were at battle stations. Where he stood through the smoke on the forecastle, he saw a battleship lying on her side.

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Coders, Collab Chart Economy’s Next Moves

Thomas Breen photosA new small business that sells portable martial arts “wooden dummies.” A new nonprofit that brings people together in Newhallville. A fireman-cum-software engineer using tech to support emergency responders. And a citywide push to teach residents how to code.

Those are a few local entrepreneurial initiatives to emerge this week as the city took next steps toward a future as an innovation economy.

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16 Stab Wounds? “Wow. Sorry, Man”

FacebookIn a third-floor interrogation room at police headquarters, a detective asked a man if he realized how many times he’d knifed another man that morning outside the APT Foundation’s methadone clinic on Congress Avenue.

“He had about 16 stab wounds,” the detective informed him.

“Get the fuck out of here,” the man said. “Wow, I’m sorry, man.”

“And you didn’t have any,” the detective added.

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Taxpayers Seek Redemption

A church in the Hill bought a new building but forgot to register it as a nonprofit until a shocking summons arrived: Pay up thousands in back taxes or face foreclosure.

A minimum-wage laborer watched his back car taxes go up, for years during which he no longer even owned the vehicle.

And the general manager of a small business faced a $600 tax bill because he failed to send in his commercial property declaration.

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