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A Conversation About History, Politics, And Culture In Connecticut's Park City

This hour, we listen back to our recent panel discussion at B:Hive Bridgeport, a coworking space in the Park City's downtown. There, we met up with Bridgeport residents and lawmakers for a taste of the city's history, politics, culture… and even some locally-made gin! 

Listen to the full recording of Where We Live at B:Hive Bridgeport:


  • Maisa Tisdale - President of the Mary and Eliza Freeman Center for History and Community in Bridgeport, Connecticut 
  • Marilyn Moore - State senator representing Bridgeport, Monroe, and Trumbull
  • Marcella Kovac - Co-founder of B:Hive Bridgeport and Chair of the Marketing Committee of Bridgeport Generation Now
  • John Torres - Bridgeport-based musician and Vice President of Bridgeport Generation Now
  • Rob Schulten - Distiller at Asylum Distillery in Bridgeport, Connecticut 

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Catie Talarski contributed to this show. 

Special thanks to: B:Hive Bridgeport, Milano Wine Bar and Pizzeria, Bijou Wine Shop 

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