Seymour’s Rob and Christine Caprilozzi run the Horror News Network, the group behind the Fifth Annual CT Horror Fest, happening Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Danbury Arena.
In this episode of ‘Navel Gazing: The Valley Indy Podcast,’ Christine talks about his year’s show, which features legendary actress Pam Grier, Connecticut native Bill (“The Devil’s Rejects”) Moseley, and three cast mates from the original “Halloween.”
In this episode of “Navel Gazing: The Valley Indy Podcast,” reporter Eugene Driscoll gives a brief update on a plan presented to the Derby Planning and Zoning Commission to make changes at The Hops Company, a popular beer garden on Derby’s east side.
Lorie Vaccaro is the president of the Ansonia Board of Aldermen and this week’s guest on “Navel Gazing: The Valley Indy Podcast.”
Click play to listen to Vaccaro talk about his latest role in Ansonia — chairman of the Ansonia Charter Revision Commission.
Click here to read a previous story on the commission, and click here for a letter to the editor saying City Hall had not done enough to let the public know that major changes could be on the way for Ansonia government.
When Dino Verrelli’s father, Giovanni, died from pancreatic cancer in 2011, Dino had already started working on creating a nonprofit group to raise money for research and to provide financial aid to people stricken with the disease.
Today ‘Project Purple,’ the nonprofit created in memory of his dad, is a $1 million-a-year charity with national reach providing research grants to universities and money to people with pancreatic cancer.
Click play to learn about ‘Project Purple’ and its origins in the Naugatuck Valley. We’re also available on iTunes.