The Storyline

The Storyline is a podcast produced by The Day in New London, CT and it takes a look at the top stories on theday.com and from around southeastern Connecticut with conversations with journalists about the communities they cover and the stories they report. Hosted by Carlos Virgen.

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Westminster City Councilor Robert Davis, who also has the title of deputy lord mayor, came with Bob Bone, executive director of London’s New Year’s Day Parade and Festival, to present a formal inv...
September 24, 2017
Military and defense reporter Julia Bergman spent 48 hours aboard the USS John Warner and she talked to us about the experience and what sailors had to say about life as a submariner.
September 17, 2017
Reporter Erica Moser joined us to talk numbers, specifically, population numbers as the Connecticut State Data Center just released it’s population projections for all Connecticut towns for the per...
September 5, 2017
How have the events of Charlottesville and last year's presidential election affected the way our communities think about being American? We talked to a reverend from Mystic, a pro-Trump Republican fr...
August 26, 2017
Hundreds of wives, children, parents, siblings and friends crowded in the rain onto one of the piers at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton to welcome home the USS Hartford and its crew.
August 19, 2017
Over next few months on The Storyline podcast we'll explore the theme of American identity in the current politically and ideologically divisive climate in the country.  We’ll look at how our local...
August 19, 2017
Two or three varieties of cheese usually are good enough for most pizzas. That is unless you are trying to break a world record. Erica Moser went to Waterford to see a 112-cheese pizza being made in ...
August 12, 2017
Editorial page editor Paul Choiniere stopped by to give an update on the continued lack of a state budget and to discuss some of the latest staff turnover in the Trump White House.
August 6, 2017
Some people prefer their games to be played on the PS4, Xbox, or their mobile device, while others play board games. Still others like something a little more physical, like pinball. Erica Moser visit...
July 28, 2017
Reporter Lindsay Boyle recently led a project looking at the paths to legal immigration in the U.S. She joined Carlos Virgen to share some behind-the-scenes details. Reporters Marthat Shanahan and Nat...
July 23, 2017

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