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Episode 29: Vices, Heat and Civic Duty

January 16, 2012

(In the words of co-host Bruce Barber as excerpted from the RLSG website):

Episode 29 was recorded on a busy Sunday afternoon at the incredible Modern Apizzaon State Street in New Haven

Our guest conversationalists were Debby Wan, Cristin Siebert and Ted Koppy.

Debby is a Connecticut native but has recently moved to the New Haven area. She’s a mechanical engineer by trade and is also the Vice President of the Friends of the New Haven Animal Shelter.

Cristin moved around extensively both in the U.S. and abroad before settling down in New Haven seven years ago. She is the Director of Yale Academic Programs Abroad, which means she spends her time sending undergraduates to study all over the world.

Ted Koppy served as an anchor and general assignment reporter for News 8 [in New Haven] from October 2004 until April of 2011. Prior to joining News 8, Ted was in Phoenix, Arizona, where he anchored KPHO’s morning and noon newscasts. Ted is currently a financial advisor at Waddell & Reed.

We talked about this week’s featured questions – conquering vices, exercise, winter power outages, tax documents, heating costs and civic duty – while munching on a few of Modern’s truly amazing pies….

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