In Episode 5, we find Connecticut stories that are a little bit out of the ordinary. We have GPS-toting ducks, sheep that drink out of bottles, guys who play golf with frisbees, and a teen music prodigy.
In Episode 7, we visit the Westport County Playhouse where director Mark Lamos is back in action, we meet students ‘going green’ at school, and we learn about a program supplying basic needs for babies.
We’ve all seen the sport in the Olympics. . . but how many of us really know what’s going on in the game of “Curling?” Eric Clemons learns all about the sport with the help of a local curling league in Bridgeport. Anyone up for some “sweeping?”
If you like climbs, drops, and the thrill of sheer speed, the American Coaster Enthusiasts of New England are just the kind of people you want to meet. Founded in 1978, ACE has over 7-thousand members. Eric Clemons joins them for a private club event at Lake Compounce, where he’ll ride the roller coaster again […]
Susan Dwyer retired from a career in computers to become “mother” to hundreds of baby squirrels, skunks, raccoons, and bunnies. She is a wildlife rehabilitator who specializes in “babies.” Last year she nursed 626 of them – her job is to become their mother until they are strong enough to be released back into the […]