Pam Brooks here, but you can also call me PamJam. My first time at i95 was the overnight gig when I was just out of college radio — WXCI at WestConn. I moved on to two other rock stations, but have been happily back rocking at i95 for quite a while. I consider myself so blessed to be employed doing what I do best; talk and play great music, contrary to popular belief that shopping is my forte. I did work in a shoe store while in college, but I never made any money, because I generally spent my whole paycheck on — you guessed it — the shoes. To know me is to know I am an accessories freak and shoe maven. Born and raised in New York, we came to Connecticut when I was 12. I'm an only child who was always the kid in class raising her hand to read out loud. So, not only did that foster my love of public speaking, but also my addiction to books. Now, Let's ROCK!
The Complete Guide to Getting Your ‘Irish On’ All Around Connecticut
Time to start ramping up your social calendar for St. Patrick Day celebrations around Connecticut.
How to Commend a Danbury Cop for a Job Well Done
Time to make your voice heard in Danbury. Here's how to honor an employee of the Danbury Police Department.
California + Connecticut Weed Connection = Big Bucks, Authorities Say
Local, state and federal law enforcement officials say that tons of high quality pot from California is being sold in Connecticut at a huge profit.
Nor’easter Claims Life Of New Jersey Man in Connecticut
Not only was Fridays' storm a doosy, it had a deadly outcome for one man in Connecticut.
Danbury Fire Department + Red Cross to Give Out Free Smoke Alarms
Here's a great story of goodness in the neighborhood. Free smoke alarm event is happening in March.
Rookie Cop in CT Has Car + Credit Card Stolen, Thief Hits Up Taco Bell
This sure is one hell of a bad day. Here's what I'm talking about.
WestConn Says Protests Won’t Affect Any Student Admissions
No fear over your Freedom of Speech should be a given. Thankfully a Connecticut University agrees.
DICK’s in Danbury + All of CT to Stop Selling Assault-Style Weapons
Kudos to Ed Stack, the CEO of the major sports retailer for taking a bold move.
New Opioid Awareness Campaign Launching In Connecticut
With the sad truth that the opioid crisis isn't going away any time soon, any initiative, in my mind, is a move forward.
Danbury Legend Marian Anderson to Be Honored at WCSU
Legendary and iconic. Two words that barely do justice to the memory of an amazing woman from Danbury, Connecticut.