This weekend, Peter is broadcasting from Foxwoods Resort Casino in the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. Tune in for some interesting facts from state’s lesser-known history. Plus, we’ve got the latest travel news with the ins and outs of traveling during hurricane season, fall travel deals, and a new way to determine whether it would be better to fly or drive to your next destination.
Click here to listen to the show streaming live from 10 am until 1 pm ET on Saturday, September 29, 2012.
Featured guests include:
Steve Cohen, master magician announces his upcoming project: filming a TV special for the History Channel in which he travels the world in search of lost magic tricks.
Rodney Butler, chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, discusses the history and culture of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the evolution of Foxwoods Resort Casino.
Keith Bishop, fifth generation co-owner and Co-CEO of Bishop Orchard, talks about his work on the farm, this year’s crop and the farm’s homemade wine.
Cliff and Nancy Hollenbeck, authors of over two dozen books and owners of Hollenbeck Productions, dish about their new book, Alaska Airlines: A Visual Celebration.
Bill Faude, author and former curator of the Mark Twain House, dives into the hidden history of Connecticut.
Jeanenne Tornatore, senior editor and consumer travel expert at Orbitz.com, enlightens us about where travelers are going during Fall Shoulder Season and what you need to know about traveling during hurricane season.
Scott Mickelson, Chef de Cuisine at Paragon Restaurant in Foxwoods Resort Casino, discusses foods of Connecticut and what’s on the menu this fall season.
Robert Reid, US Travel Editor for Lonely Planet, explores destinations from Lonely Planet’s 50 years of James Bond: A Dream 007 Travel Itinerary.
Dr. Stephen Coan, President and CEO at Mystic Aquarium, tells us what makes the aquarium so unique.
Joe Sharkey, columnist for the New York Times, weighs the benefits and drawbacks of driving vs. flying and discusses the current direction of in-flight entertainment.
By Alex Francis for Peter Greenberg.com