The latest programs on WNHH radio try out a new pizza joint in New Haven, keep unpacking the results of the Nov. 8 election on the state and national levels, probe the link between classical music and craft brewing, and inform listeners about their Obamacare options during open enrollment.
Did somebody say Apizza? “Urban Talk Radio” host Shafiq Abdussabur speaks to Andrew Holmes of One 6 Three Pizza Joint in the East Rock neighborhood of New Haven about his decision to open a pizza place with his partner and in-laws, and what makes their pies special within the city’s already packed pizza landscape. To listen, click on or download the audio above, or check out WNHH’s “Elm City Lowdown” podcast.
“Legal Eagle” host Marcia Chambers speaks to State Rep. Lonnie Reed about her successful bid for reelection, the prospect of four years under Donald Trump, and what measures she plans to take to keep fighting for education in Connecticut. To listen, click on or download the audio above.
On this short episode of Kitchen Sync, host Lucy Gellman talks to Elaine Carroll, executive director of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, and brewers Tyler Jones of Black Hog Brewing Co. and Kevin Mark of No Worries Brewing Co. about the NHSO’s upcoming “Beers, Beards and Brahms!” concert, and why craft brewing and classical music aren’t so different. To listen, click on or download the audio above, or check out WNHH’s “WNHH Arts Mix” podcast.
“Out & About” host Melissa Loucks takes a look at new legislation in Florida, California and Connecticut that will affect the LGBT community in those states. To listen, click on or download the audio above.
“One World Presents” host N’Zinga Shani speaks with Maria Damiani, director of women’s health for the New Haven Health Department, and Lolli Rodriguez, bilingual outreach worker with the City of New Haven, about CT’s HUSKY Health option, the open enrollment period for the ACA, and re-enrolling in Medicare and other state and federal health programs. To listen, click on or download the audio above, or check out WNHH’s “Elm City Lowdown” podcast.