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All Before Five: 3/27/08

Federal Homeland Security officials announced new rules today on passports and the documents U.S. citizens will need to enter the country... A preview of the joint U.S.-Canadian decision on regulating water levels on the Great Lakes and the flow of the St Lawrence River... And, despite expectations of tension between local officials and Democratic appointees to state agencies like the Adirondack Park Agency and Department of Environmental Conservation, everyone seems to be getting along.  Go to full article

Open Studio: Going Green (full program)

Going Green--a Colton artist talks about inspiration & the outdoors, watercolorist Pamela Meacher & the natural world, recycled poems, rock with Ten Cent Green.  Go to full article

Giving Voice: Editing Old Poems is Like a Cuban Taxi

Giving Voice goes green this month on the theme of "Repair, Reuse, Recycle." We repair to the Readers & Writers archive from April 2006 to reuse a poem by Dale Hobson about recycling old poems into new ones: "Editing Old Poems is Like a Cuban Taxi."  Go to full article
Pamela Meacher

Books: "Emily's Perils and Poisons"

Green, recycle, reuse, and the environment are themes in tonight's show. Canadian artist Pamela Meacher got her start in the arts studying dance as a young girl. The...  Go to full article

Art "word of the month": revise

This month's word gives artists a chance to look critically at what was written or created. The Roman poet Horace thought one should wait nine years before revising a work,...  Go to full article

Giving Voice: Editing Old Poems is Like a Cuban Taxi

Giving Voice goes green this month on the theme of "Repair, Reuse, Recycle." We repair to the Readers & Writers archive from April 2006 to reuse a poem of Dale...  Go to full article

Governor Paterson proposes massive budget cuts

Governor David Paterson says he can't guarantee an on-time state budget this year. In Schenectady yesterday, he said everyone will have to give up something in order to...  Go to full article
In their first year, APA chair Curt Stiles (right) and DEC chair Pete Grannis have drawn praise. Photo:  Brian Mann

Surprising amount of love between the Adirondacks and Albany

When Republican Governor George Pataki left office, local leaders in the Adirondack Park worried that tensions with Albany and with environmental groups would escalate. The...  Go to full article

IJC to unveil water levels plan

The bi-national agency that controls water levels on Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River is making a big announcement tomorrow. The International Joint Commission will...  Go to full article

All Before Five: 3/26/08

A salmonella recall leads to warnings from a North Country hospital... Despite scandal and bad press, state Democrats continue their push to take control of the state Senate...  Go to full article

Fierce Norovirus outbreaks in North Country reflect national trends

Over the last month, two Norovirus outbreaks in the North Country have made more than four hundred people sick, causing severe vomiting and diahhrea. The most recent case has...  Go to full article
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