About

 

“Native New Yorker and recent Connecticut transplant, Tricia Cramer, chose to move her family from the Bronx to their new home in Cheshire because of the excellent public schools, central location and modest taxes. Educated to teach, and innately inquisitive, Tricia hones in on truths and threads to the soul within moments of meeting a new friend. Highly intellectual, always thoughtful, she draws her guests out, brings listeners in and keeps her co-host in check. She discovers something new about living in Connecticut each week and invites you to join her on this journey.” 

“Reverential musician and life long Connecticut resident, Corey J. Nash, is a dedicated husband, father and community volunteer. Experience his commitment to Cheshire, the town he calls ‘home’, through intriguing conversations he has each week with his guests and co-host. He’ll always make you laugh, rarely make you cry, and more often than not you’ll find yourself conversing with your phone as the proxy for a conversation you’re immersed in. His grandfather said, ‘he had a gift for the gab’. That he does.”     

 

 

Reviews …

Love This Show. These two are certainly characters. I enjoy their banter, it is clear they have an appreciation for each other and it shows. So many different subjects, you never know what’s coming. Excellent show.”

CT-ChesCastFan – February 23, 2020

“A Cut Above. I’m not from Connecticut. I spend most of my days on an island in the Caribbean. So why do I listen to this podcast? It’s relevant. It’s witty. It’s intelligent. It’s entertaining. The range of topics that are covered is broad and not parochial. It’s so nice to listen to a man and woman who know to both agree and disagree with grace and humor. Have a listen and you’ll see what I mean. A rare find.”

OmaRoams – January 26, 2020
“Corey and Tricia are a great duo.  They impressed me with the upfront research they did as well as their easy going banter to keep things moving along.  If you have a message to get out to the community, I highly recommend you talk to them about getting on the show.”
Doug Levens – November 3, 2018