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Friday, January 18, 2019
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

Start your day with JOE UGLY AND THE MORNING CREW, WEEKDAYS 6AM to 9AM EST on UGLY RADIO. It’s non-stop ugliness with Joe Ugly and the Morning Crew as they cover local, national & international ugly headlines as well as anything else they can make ugly. So start your day with some ugliness from Joe Ugly and the PTSD Squad streaming live WEEKDAYS 6AM to 9AM EST on UGLY RADIO. Independent Radio for Independent Listeners.

Show Archives:
10:00am – 11:00am
LoveBabz LoveTalk
Host: Babz Rawls-Ivy

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

Show Archives:
11:00am – 12:00pm
Friday Pundits
Host: Babz-Rawls Ivy, Markeshia Ricks, Paul Bass, Harry Droz, Joe Ugly, Norman Rodriguez
Show Archives:
12:00pm – 1:00pm
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:
1:00pm – 2:00pm
Kitchen Sync
Host: Lucy Gellman

A show about food, in New Haven and beyond.

Show Archives:
2:00pm – 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
Criminal Justice Insider
Host: Host Babz Rawls-Ivy & Jeff Grant

Host Babz Rawls-Ivy & Jeff Grant talk criminal justice.

Show Archives:
7:00pm – 8:00pm
Friday Pundits
Host: Babz-Rawls Ivy, Markeshia Ricks, Paul Bass, Harry Droz, Joe Ugly, Norman Rodriguez
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
Kitchen Sync
Host: Lucy Gellman

A show about food, in New Haven and beyond.

Show Archives:
10:00pm – 11:00pm
Independent Project with DJ Rob Nice
Host: DJ Rob Nice from the "Joe Ugly in the Morning Show" gives us an independent mix of independent artists.
11:00pm – 12:00am
La Voz Radio
Host: LA VOZ HISPANA DE CT

Latino news, views, and music.

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Crime Decline Continues

Police brass takes victory lap. Markeshia Ricks reports.

Pizza & Beer!

Ribbon cut for on-site baking & brewing emporium. Thomas Breen reports.

Today’s Debates

Amistad ... Anxiety ... Authority ... Airport ... Access ...

Accused Wife-Beating
Top Cop Staying Sober

Prosecutor says in court. Thomas Breen reports.

“My Ride” Plans Big Move

Hamden-based Greater New Haven Transit District examines details of new consolidated North Haven facility. Sam Gurwitt reports.

Looney, O'Leary
Back Tolls, Shared Services

New Haven state senator & Waterbury mayor agree on tolls, regionalization, special ed funding. Kevin Maloney reports.

Tweed Makes Moves
To Pursue Expansion

• “Explores” joining forces with Bradley’s authority.
• Mayor rips up 2009 pact with East Haven.
• O’Brien: “We will not be bought out.”
Staff reports.

Artspace Rides The Tide

Brian Slattery reports.

Jeannell Irving, 65

Jeannell was an avid wearer of hats with shoes to match: obit.

Building Boom Sparks
Ideas For Public Input

Thomas Breen reports.

2 "Your Speed" Signs
Coming To Wooster Sq.

Including on fatal stretch of Olive. Thomas Breen reports.

Today’s Debates

Clark ... Elicker ... Burglaries ... Tilt ... Demolition ... Garages ...

How Izzy Juda Survived

Daniels 5th-graders get a firsthand account of the Holocaust. Natalie Semmel reports.

Innovation Lounge
Opens At DISTRICT

Allan Appel reports.

Panel Looks To Green
Hamden, 1 Watt At A Time

Climate commission pursues conservation award for businesses, sustainability certification for government. Sam Gurwitt reports.

Evelyn Gray
Comes Into Her Own

“If I spoke up now,” she asks on recording, “would I be too late?” Brian Slattery reports.

Wooster Sq. Coffee
Shop Urged To Tilt

Allan Appel reports.

Leeanner Sullivan, 82

Leeanner worked as a shirt maker with ladies Van Heusen: obit.

Demolition By Neglect
Is Stopped, For Now

Allan Appel reports.

Today’s Debates

Gut ... Rut ... App ... Out

Contract Employee
Arrested For Threat
At Hamden High School

Emails sparked lock out. Sam Gurwitt reports.

Cops Make (Air)Waves

• WNPR’s “Where We Live” looks at civilian review boards.
• John Velleca explores chases, cop-involved shootings, shortages on WNHH’s “Dateline.”

Hillhouse, Mayo
Put on Lockdown
After Nearby Shooting

Staff reports.

Parking Garages
Not For Sale

State $11M for repairs comes with promise to maintain ownership. Thomas Breen reports.

Wintergreen Eyes
Move To Gateway's
North Haven Campus

Talks fall through with town of Hamden. Sam Gurwitt reports.

State Report Reveals Cop-Shootout Details

Thomas Breen photo EINO SIERPE PHOTOLast week wasn’t the first time a 22-year-old city man led cops on a chase.

When they caught him this time, he broke free. He fired at least one shot at the cops; officers fired numerous bullets. He fled.

When cops found him again, hiding in a bush, he had shed his jacket and pants — and claimed to be a robbery victim. A telltale tattoo gave him away.

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Student-Shoving Principal Leaves Post

(Update) Morgan Barth, the school leader at Achievement First Amistad High School, has decided to step down immediately.

His resignation comes hours after the Independent posted a story and a video of him shoving a student and days after a former employee criticized the working environment he fostered at Amistad in a viral video. The incidents touched off a broader community discussion about discipline practices at the nationally acclaimed Dixwell Avenue charter school.

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Campbell Delivers Sermon On The Hill

Thomas Breen photoHands pressed together just below his chest, a starched white collar buttoned snug around his neck, the minister offered a prayer for a police department in great peril.

But prayer alone won’t save this ailing body, he cautioned the rapt congregation. That miracle can only be pulled off by better pay, competitive medical benefits, a stable union contract, and a community committed to working with its sworn officers.

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Pitch Promises Paperless Problem-Solving

A building code inspector notices a leaky roof, or a contractor working without a permit. Instead of reaching for a pen and a pad of paper, she uses a tablet with a camera and internet access to document the issue.

Those electronic notes are then plotted on a map, where both building department colleagues and officials citywide can track and address the needs of city residents as they crop up in real time.

City officials laid out that utopia of tech-assisted municipal services as they convinced alders of the merits of two new Information Technology (IT) contracts.

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Demolition Turns Into Historic Opportunity

The 90-day clock has begun to tick for the demolition of 71 Shelton Ave., a long-vacant 1915 building in the Winchester Repeating Arms Historic District in Newhallville.

That’s because contamination from its life in the early 1960s as a site for the fabrication of nuclear fuel components is too serious for any option other than a take-down and removal including the concrete slab foundation and at least two feet of soil underneath.

The gleaming silver lining for the loss of this historic structure is that as “mitigation” or compensation, the Goffe Street Armory — nearby and with a related historical context but technically not within the historic district — can be researched and then nominated for a place on the National Historic Register.

With that designation, the city-owned armory becomes eligible for a host of preservation grants and tax credit programs that down the road may contribute significantly to preserving it and giving it a new, repurposed life.

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