Joe Courtney - U.S. Congressman of CT on the phone with his prediction on when this Government Shutdown would end... letting intern Wingnut know it may even be awhile.
Brian Johnson - of Huntington House Inspections, in our "Ask a Home Inspector" took on the Tribes questions about getting their report of house examinations.
Allison Stockel - of the Ridgefield Playhouse, came in to annouce the upcoming Valentine's Day concert with Cheap Trick. Click here to become a member and get tickets before anyone else!!
AJ's TOP 10 LIST:
Maxine Powell, who was responsible for developing the charm, grace and style of Motown Records' artists during the Detroit label's 1960s heyday, died Monday at age 98. Powell died of natural causes at a hospital in Southfield, Michigan.
She didn't sing or write songs, but those associated with Motown say Powell was as essential to the label's operations as any performer or producer. She directed the label's Artists Development Department, also known as "Motown's Finishing School." Through it, she emphasized to many artists - including Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, the Jackson Five and the Supremes - how they should carry themselves, treat people and dress. Motown founder Berry Gordy said the training school was the only one of its kind offered at any record label.
TOP 10: Motown Hits of All Time
1) Heard It Through the Grapevine - MARVIN GAYE
2) Reach Out - I'll Be There - THE FOUR TOPS
3) Tears of a Clown - SMOKEY ROBINSON & THE MIRACLES
4) Baby Love - DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES
5) My Girl - THE TEMPTATIONS
6) The Love You Save - THE JACKSON FIVE
7) War - EDWIN STARR
8) I Can't Help Myself - THE FOUR TOPS
9) Ain't No Mountain High Enough - DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES
10) Superstition - STEVIE WONDER
Q: Using one word, married couples were told to describe their spouse. What was the number one word?
A: Stubborn ... (hint was: choose your word carefully)