Host David Bibbey saddles up and takes to the trail learning about the horse scene in Connecticut right from the horse’s mouth! With no naysayers except the horse, of course, he takes to the trails of Torrington, calling himself the Crocodile Dundee of Narnia.
Spotlight on the Arts
In the course of a school year, the Looking In Theatre will perform for thousands of Connecticut students…presenting original dramatic scenes about bullying, teen suicide, stereotypes and prejudice, drug and alcohol use and abuse—and other challenging issues as they affect adolescents. Meet the company and their director, with Ed Wierzbicki’s Spotlight on the Arts. Watch them perform and inspire students to open up!
Made in Connecticut
Meet up with Christina DeFranco in Made in Connecticut as she explores the new age of manufacturing — where you simply pour an ingredient into a machine, and some 12 hours later, out comes your product… It’s called additive manufacturing or 3-D printing and it’s happening here in South Windsor at Oxford Performance Materials, a plastics company on the cutting edge of technology.
Connecticut Cultural Treasures
A man of great energy and many talents, Eric Sloane was a prolific artist, author and illustrator of over 30 books, and an avid collector of Americana. In this Connecticut Cultural Treasures story we get to see his extensive collection of hand tools displayed in a building gifted to the state in 1969 by Stanley Works, the Connecticut-based tool manufacturing company, to mark their 125th anniversary.
Concluding this episode David visits Peruvian restaurant Cora Cora in West Hartford with Peruvian ‘guide’ Fabi Giguere from New Haven. Written up in glowing terms by the New York Times, David uncovers the ingredients that make this the new gold rush of the Incas.