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  • NBC CT's Kate Rayner lost her wedding rings, and then lost her mind! She decided to call Hartford's Deputy Chief of Police Brian Foley to launch an investigation when she couldn't locate them. 

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    Today's theme is body parts.
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  • Urologist Dr. Jeremy Kaufman was in studio talking about penis size, erectile dysfunction, and answering personal questions from Chaz's girlfriend, Jennifer. Also, NBC CT's Kate Rayner was in studio telling stories about how the Hartford Police nearly launched an investigation over her misplaced wedding rings, and Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton enjoys trolling students on Twitter over school closings and delays during snow storms. 

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  • Car: Ford Fairlane 500 H/T 428 Cobra Jet

    Year: 1969

    What makes it special: One of the more confusing muscle cars to come from the sixties was the 1969 mid-sized Ford Fairlane 500 Cobra. Some people mistakenly apply the term Torino Cobra. In 1969, Ford attached the Cobra name to a hot version of the Fairlane, powered by the 428 Cobra Jet big-block V8.

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  • Driven by McMahon Ford
    Today in 1966, The Beatles stir up a worldwide controversy after John Lennon tells Maureen Cleave of the London Evening Standard that, "The Beatles are more popular than Jesus now." The remark, which many take to be blasphemous, spurs a huge backlash against the group. 
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  • Van Halen is releasing a live album at the end of the month, and early previews of the tracks are disappointing, to say the least. Jonathan A. Harris, Commissioner of the CT Dept. of Consumer Protection was in studio to tell the Tribe everything they can do in the wake of the Anthem data breach, and "cat music" is now a thing that exists, thanks to scientists. 

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  • Car: AMC Mark Donohue Signature Edition Javelin

    Year: 1970

    What makes it special: AMC enticed the Trans-Am series team of Roger Penske and Mark Donohue to campaign the AMC factory team cars for the 1970-'72 seasons. Since SCCA rules mandated that at least 2500 units be built to production standards to support the new Twin Inlet "Ram Air" hood scoop, AMC had to homologate the new Javelin's special features, mostly to legalize the use of their very special Mark Donohue designed rear-deck spoiler.

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  • Jonathan A. Harris, Commissioner of Consumer Protection was on today with some very helpful advice. Here's everything you need if you were affected or think you may have been affected by the security breach:

     

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  • Here's what we got goin on today. Join in on the convo and call us: 877-R-NICKEL and post to our facebook here
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  • Booked by Largay Travel
    So you've probably heard by now that Chaz and AJ are going on a cruise to Bermuda this summer. It's kind of a big deal, especially since you're invited. That's right: You, Chaz, AJ, enough booze to bring down several dozen large mammals, and the warm sunshine of Bermuda. If you haven't signed up yet, we'd love the chance to show you a number of good reasons why that's a silly mistake that you've got to fix right now.
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    Today's theme is trios.
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  • Attorneys Hugh Keefe and Tara Knight were in studio to talk about the Boston Bomber case, the Aaron Hernandez case, and then to answer the Tribe's legal questions regarding car accidents and restitution payments following jail time. Plus, Russ the Mechanic was in to talk to the Tribe about their car troubles.

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  • Fed by Taste of Home
    If you've had a burger in the last 8-12 months, you know that patties, lettuce, tomato, and condiments just don't cut it anymore. The world was long overdue for a change and now it has come. The Burger Revolution is here, and it's part of our personal mission to make sure you're doing your part.
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  • 2008: Norman Smith, the engineer on all of The Beatles’ recordings which took place between 1962 through 1965 & the person credited with discovering Pink Floyd died of cancer in East Sussex, U.K. He was 85 years old.
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  • Car: Studebaker R-3 Supercharged Lark Daytona

    Year: 1964

    What makes it special: Among the last South Bend Studebakers were the first 1964 Larks, restyled with square new outer body panels. Overall length grew six inches, the grille became more horizontal with integral headlights, and a pointy new rear end carried high-set tail/backup lamps.

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    Today is Jon Bon Jovi's 53rd birthday!
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  • Comedian Dave Reilly was in studio comparing public pooping fails with Chaz, who actually shared a story from yesterday's Sham Rock N Roll at Toad's Place involving his girlfriend Jennifer. Plus, Chaz, AJ, Pam and Phil all relive their favorite moments from AJ's BDSM experience with Lady Elizabeth, Allie Stockel from the Ridgefield Playhouse talks about Pat Benatar's tour rider demands, and Zayda Rivera breaks down all the celebrity apologies issued this weekend. 

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  • 2009: U2 began a week long residency at the musical guest on The Late Show with David Letterman to promote the release of the album No Line on the Horizon which was released the following day.
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  • Car: Chevrolet Corvair Monza Spyder Turbocharged Convertible

    Year: 1962

    What makes it special: Chevrolet's Corvair pioneered exhaust gas-driven turbocharging. One of the problems stopping the Corvair Monza Spyder's development into becoming a sports car was go-power. The 80 bhp engine couldn't compete with an Austin-Healey Sprite, so General Motors went by way of turbocharging. End result, the Corvair now had 150 hp at 4,400 rpm, nearly 50 percent better than their 102 bhp "Stage Two" Corvair engine.

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  • Dave Reilly is hanging out in studio with us. Check his craziness out live this Friday, March 6th at the Colonial Tavern to benefit Connecticut Partnership for Children. 

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    Today is Neal Schon's 61st birthday.
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  • Comedian Donnell Rawlings was in studio talking about his gigantic 10-second role in "Spideman 2," and why he was afraid of KISS fans when he was growing up. Also, Norwalk Police officer Neil Robertson was on the phone to talk about saving a woman from nearly being hit by a train, and Scot Haney tells us to expect more snow Monday morning. 

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  • Check out pictures from last night's Taste of Stamford at the Stamford Marriott. Yum!
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