This episode features an interview with Steve Loff, a film producer who is working on producing a film about Connecticut boxing legend Willie Pep. Loff talks about Pep’s story, the process and challenges behind getting a movie made, the benefits Hartford can see from having a movie filmed here and more.
This episode features an interview with Quinnipiac Baseball Head Coach John Delaney. Coach Delaney’s Quinnipiac team recently won the MAAC Baseball Championship and is en route to the NCAA Tournament where they will face East Carolina. We talk about the growth of his program since he took over five years ago, how his NCAA Tournament appearances as both a coach and player will help his team this year, and the state of Northeast college baseball.
This episode features an interview with Nathan Grube, Tournament Director for the Travelers Championship. We talk about his time with the tournament including the process of recruiting players to commit, new additions to TPC River Highlands this year, and more.
This episode features an interview with Joe Mena, a Connecticut resident who was a contestant on Season 35 of Survivor, Survivor Healers vs. Heroes vs. Hustlers. We talk about his experience on the show, how he prepped for going on, his first meal after being eliminated, and a lot more.
On this episode you’ll hear from Dr. Anthony Alessi,a board-certified neurologist specializing in sports medicine. Dr. Alessi talks about his work as a consulting neurologist for the New York Yankees, MMA and Boxing, and his work with the NFLPA. Learn about the concussion risks and sports and the research he and his team are working on today.