Renee is on Monday-Friday from 10am-3pm!
HI! I have lived and worked in CT my whole life....I LOVE it here! I grew up listening to WHCN..and it's so cool to be a part of the team now!
I knew in 8th grade at O'Brien School in East Hartford that I wanted to be a DJ!
I also host 2 shows: Celebrity Access, where you'll get great interviews from all the stars & Community Access, a show that provides all kinds of lifestyle information, health tips, family events, public service announcements.....on and on, if it's going on in Connecitut we're on it!
ARTIST SPOTLIGHT! Hear it every day at 10am on The River 105.9! To request your favorite artist, email firstname.lastname@example.org
|State Motto: Qui transtulit sustinet (He who transplanted still sustains)|
|State Flower: Mountain Laurel|
|State Bird: American Robin|
|State Song: "Yankee Doodle"|
|State Tree: White Oak|
|State Mammal: Sperm Whale|
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Favorite color? Navy Blue
Best friend(s)? WELL - my husband Sal and our dogs Daisy Mae & Luke ( and of course a good buddy Sampson who's no longer with us)
Middle name? Elizabeth
Birthday? July 4th!!!
Favorite dessert? ANYthing that is creamy with chocolate.
Dream car? a classic Mustang
Biggest pet peeve? People who don't read their WHOLE e mails!
Favorite past time? LONG drives and playing the piano
Favorite disney movie? ALL the ones with Princesses!
Favorite song? There's a lot - but Here Comes the Sun from the Beatles reminds me of when I got Sampson, my faithful buddy of 15 1/2 yrs.
3 most loved food items? COFFEE, Roasted Peppers and a loaf of bread, DARK CHOCOLATE
Summer or winter? Winter
Brothers and sisters? A sister Jessica - she lives in the UK, married and she just made me an Auntie!
What is your motto in life? Always say what you mean and do what you say.
Here’s hoping someday you’re actually lucky enough to need this advice. When you hit it big in the lottery- as someone in South Carolina did recently, by winning the $400 million Powerball jackpot- there are a few things you should know. First, sign your winning ticket and make copies of it in case it gets lost. And to prevent that from happening, keep the original ticket in a safe-deposit box. It’s highly recommended that you stay anonymous, to prevent unwanted attention from the media (and greedy long-lost family members, vengeful exes and bitter coworkers). If you have to give your name, do yourself a favor and make sure your phone number is unlisted. In the three-month grace period you get in most states before you have to come forward and claim your prize, round up a team of experts, including a lawyer, an accountant and a financial planner, to help you navigate the process. Financial pros usually advise taking the single lump sum instead of opting for annual allotments of cash. Now for the fun part: as for how you should actually spend your dough, consider donating to a charity, which is not only a nice thing to do, but will also reduce your taxes. You should also take this golden opportunity to pay off any outstanding debts…and resist the urge to splurge on a yacht, private jet, crystal-encrusted toilet etc.