Every weekday at 4:45pm, Allan gives you a tip to help improve your life. It’s WEBE Wellness! It could range from exercise to better sleep to eating healthy. A minute that could help enhance your world.

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WEBE Wellness: Doing Chores To Improve Your Brain Health

Most of us put off having to do household chores – but besides the fact that they need to be done, it can be great for your brain! A new study shows that older adults who spent more time on household chores showed greater brain size, which is a strong predictor of cognitive health. Scientists…Continue Reading

Stamford Museum and Nature Center Drive in Movie

Stamford Museum & Nature Center Drive in Movie Nights

Join us for Stamford Museum and Nature Center Drive in Movie Nights! Gates open at 6:00pm, Showtime as soon as dusk permits. They take place at SM&NC North Parking Lot (151 Scofieldtown Road) Couples Admission: $40 for up to 2 people Family Admission: $60 for 3 or more people Tickets: Tickets must be purchased in advance…Continue Reading

FILE PHOTO: Murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin

Things to Know Monday April 19th

Attorneys at Chauvin trial in Floyd death make final pitch CT Post After arrests, CT tried to revoke or reduce pensions for these former public employees CT Post Monroe residents will vote on $91.3M budget with 2.48 percent tax increase that adds services CT Post President’s jobs plan includes relief for congested highways WFSB Push…Continue Reading

Actress Sophie B Hawkins at Hollywood Yard Sale.

Sophie B. Hawkins talks with Storm N. Norman

Sophie B. Hawkins is playing a premier show with the Westport Chamber of Commerce this Friday night. It’s benefitting local stores and restaurants as well as the Connecticut chapter for The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Listen to the interview below. Get tickets to the concert here. Image: REUTERS/Fred Prouser FSPContinue Reading

A hand pouring steaming coffee in to a cup on a work desk when work from home

WEBE Wellness: The Bad Side Of Coffee

In a new study of the most caffeinated states in the country, Connecticut is right in the middle at #27 – not too much, not too little – just enough. And that’s where we want to be, because while an occasional cup of coffee is good for you – there’s antioxidants and the caffeine helps…Continue Reading

NFL: Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions

Things to Know Friday April 16th

Feds will not be placing migrant children in CT CT Post Country music stars coming to new Bridgeport amphitheater as first announced show of 2021 CT Post Working at a Milford video store jump-started this Nickelodeon director’s career CT Post Report: Human smugglers increasingly use Facebook to advertise services on the US-Mexico border WFSB New…Continue Reading

Multiracial coworkers having quarrel in office, conflict of interest

WEBE Wellness: Fixing Work Feuds

It’s the end of the workday, and as you think back on the day – was there someone you constantly avoided? Someone you can’t stand to be around? Someone you actually…hate? Well, avoiding them is one path to take – if they’re harassing you, you may need to go to HR – but if you…Continue Reading

A family's stimulus check from the U.S. Treasury for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) aid arrived in the mail in Milton

Things to Know Thursday April 15th

$1,400 stimulus checks helped March retail sales soar 9.8% WFSB Lamont on J&J pause: ‘I would have handled it differently’ CT Post Owner pulls 4-story building proposal for downtown Fairfield, still wants zoning changes CT Post CT troopers escort fallen Capitol Police officer CT Post Biden imposes new sanctions on Russia in response to election…Continue Reading

FILE PHOTO: A general view of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) headquarters in Atlanta

Things to Know Wednesday April 14th

FD: Life-threatening injuries in Merritt Parkway rollover in Norwalk CT Post Residents say cherry trees in Fairfield’s center were wrongly removed CT Post Monroe’s Scott wins vacant 112th state House seat CT Post CDC meets today to review blood clot cases that paused Johnson & Johnson vaccine rollout WFSB Gov. Lamont to sign bill relaxing…Continue Reading