Archive for March 2014

Dave Attell

March 25, 2014 @ 11:35 am

When you think of Dave Attell you might think of his hit shows like Insomniac and Dave's Old Porn but first and foremost Dave is also one of the most respected and beloved stand up comedians in the world, not just from comedy fans but from his colleagues and peers. Dave is dropping by Foxwoods for a show on April 4th and will be returning to Comedy Central for his new special as well as a new series as well. One of the most iconic voices in the world of stand-up, Dave's New York attitude has transferred into one of the most unpredictable and fulfilling shows in comedy, one that thankfully reminds you that the word comedy on the door means that you might be offended and if so, tough. Dave joins me to talk about all of his past, future and current projects, the weather, Connecticut from a New Yorker's perspective, porn, reality TV, podcasts and more! For tickets to the Foxwoods show head to and follow Dave on twitter @Attell


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WSOF Fighter Nick Newell

March 6, 2014 @ 11:05 am

Nick Newell is a CT boy who is 11-0 in Mixed Martial Arts and 2-0 in World Series of Fighting, where he began competing last year. Newell is one of the most popular fighters outside of the UFC and quickly making his way up the ranks of the lightweight division. Born missing the lower half of his left arm, Newell's success in the sport of MMA is inspiring to anyone who has been told they are not properly equipped for handling a sport, a task or a challenge. Nick proves that hard work and technique can overcome anything by not just winning all his fights, but winning in impressive knockout and submission finishes that have fans on their feet. Nick joined me to discuss his short but storied career thus far, what the future holds for him, Anthony Robles, being from CT and much more! Follow Nick on twitter @NotoriousNewell and be on the look out for his next fight with World Series of Fighting! 


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