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Old 03-31-2014, 11:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Do You Have Any Good Radio Sations?

I live in culturally rich CT. When I moved here, I was amazed there are no good radio stations. There is a modern rock station that totally sucks. Same songs over and over. I have to listen to a Long Island station that is very good. No stations in CT? Unreal
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There has to be some good radio. I can kind of get a college station from New London. They're all over the place, so you have catch a good time.
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Maybe use google?
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why not use pandora? have u looked into it??
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why not use pandora? have u looked into it??
I use it all home all the time. all of my radio listening is in the car
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When I lived in San Diego, there was a really good jazz radio station as well as two college-based classical stations that generally played good stuff. Ain't **** where I'm at now.
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I live in culturally rich CT. When I moved here, I was amazed there are no good radio stations. There is a modern rock station that totally sucks. Same songs over and over. I have to listen to a Long Island station that is very good. No stations in CT? Unreal
Any college stations in your area? That's usually the only saving grace of radio. If you're far enough east in CT you might be able to pick up Brown's station, WBRU. I used to listen to them a lot growing up in southeastern Mass. and they were pretty good, at least back then.
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Any college stations in your area? That's usually the only saving grace of radio. If you're far enough east in CT you might be able to pick up Brown's station, WBRU. I used to listen to them a lot growing up in southeastern Mass. and they were pretty good, at least back then.
I love WBRU. One of the est stations ever. I'm too far west
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