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All I need to know about you: 00
We get it, snap judgments aren’t very grownup but if we’re honest we all make them! What one thing did you see that was all you need to know about someone?
Kelp, Connecticut’s next super food? : 3:36
Everybody’s on the lookout for the next super food, that’s super charged goodness, even better for you than kale, brussel sprouts, or avocados… today they say it’s being grown right here in Connecticut! Today Anna & Raven take the plunge into a Long Island Sound kelp forest with Award Winning Celebrity Chef Plum!
Belly Button Awareness: 8:02
Mad your kid doesn’t look like they’ll grow up to be Serena Wiiliams or Tom Brady? Turns out it’s most likely your fault, and your terrible belly button DNA.
Corny Jokes: 11:15
Anna & Raven were visiting with their adopted fifth grade class at Roosevelt School of Bridgeport when they asked the kids to lay some jokes on them… with mixed results?! Turns out, it’s not so easy to deliver a winner when we turn the tables on you!
Honda of Westport Couple’s Court: 18:38
Laurie and Ethan are making plans for their three young kids during the upcoming summer work days. They’ve gone over some possibles and she wants to hire one of the neighbors college age grandsons who’s studying to be a teacher, dad says no guys, he prefers a grandmother. Mom thinks that’s shortsighted and out of touch. What do you think about this, whose side are you on? With your calls and the verdict!
Can’t Beat Raven: 24:37
Every morning at eight try and beat Raven on today’s biggest celebrity stories! If you can do better than him he’ll buy you lunch, good luck!
Anna & Raven abuse helium and the world shortage: 27:42
After learning Party City may be on a downward trajectory and will be closing many Connecticut retail locations due to the world helium shortage, we decided there was only one thing to do. Read deep, meaningful poetry and monologues while huffing helium.
Irritate me in four words: 35:08
It’s kind of like limiting your character count on social media. We’re betting you can still describe your daily irritant in this short phrase!