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"Gardener," oil on canvas. Artist: John Stanford. If you are interested in John's work ,you can reach him via email: john@yukagraphics.com
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Apr 18, 2014 — With a big comics convention in Washington, D.C., this weekend, NPR's Ailsa Chang asked some costumed enthusiasts for suggestions on how to help the folks inside the Capitol.
Apr 18, 2014 — The port town of Bayonne in France's Basque region is known for its colorful food and culture. And since 1464, its residents have celebrated the remarkable, local cured ham at the springtime Ham Fair.
Apr 18, 2014 — Bob Mondello reviews the new Fading Gigolo, a surprisingly sweet dramedy in which John Turturro plays the gigolo, Woody Allen plays his pimp, and things don't go nearly as wrong as they could.
Apr 18, 2014 — Every so often an arthouse director dips a toe into the horror genre and you realize vampires and space aliens are subjects too rich to be the property of schlockmeisters, says critic David Edelstein.
Apr 18, 2014 — Eric Deggans previews the return of a science fiction show that's also a police procedural and a thriller.
The "Images of America" series profiles many New York Communities, including St. Lawrence County
The "Images of America" series profiles many New York Communities, including St. Lawrence County

Book review: "Images of America"

In 1993, a visitor to New England from London looked for books which told the history of America's small towns. He found that for the most part they didn't exist. In response to this void, he started a publishing company to launch the Images of America series. The series includes many North Country communities. Jill Breit, with TAUNY, Traditional Arts in Upstate New York, has our review.  Go to full article
Hollis Easter (right) plays whistle and flute; Susie Petrov plays piano.

Irish Polka medley and Donegal Lasses performed by Hollis Easter and Susie Petrov

Hollis Easter of Potsdam recorded these duets of himself and Susie Petrov, his friend and teacher, in May 2002 in Lang Concert Hall at Swarthmore College, where he studies music and computer science. The songs in the polka medley are Riding on A Load of Hay, Jack the Bridge and Salmon Tailing Up the River.  Go to full article
Joanne Shenandoah

Preview: Joanne Shenandoah Concert in Norwood

Todd Moe chats with award-winning Native American musician Joanne Shenandoah. She'll be at the Norwood Village Green for a concert tonight at 7 o'clock.  Go to full article

A Filmmaker's Take On September 11th: Letting People Speak for Themselves

The third annual Lake Placid Film Forum closed Sunday evening. The festival's top award went to a Canadian film called Fast Runner, an epic about an Inuit family in...  Go to full article

Preview: Adirondack Music Festival

The Adirondack Music Festival takes place at the Paul Smiths Visitor Interpretive Center this Sunday, June 9th. The line-up includes performances by Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn...  Go to full article

Celebrating the RV Lifestyle

This summer, the North Country will see the usual fleet of RVs. Massive Airstreams and Winnebagos, pop-up Coleman tent trailers and Volkswagen sleeper vans will fill local...  Go to full article

Director Jay Craven on Teens in Film

Martha Foley talks with film director Jay Craven about giving young people a start in film. Craven's credits include "Where Rivers Flow North" and "The Spitfire Grill". ...  Go to full article

Theatre Review: Dinner With Friends

The Pulitzer Prize-winning play Dinner With Friends is the opening production of Pendragon Theatre's season. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng was in Saranac Lake...  Go to full article

Fife and Drum Corps Music

At Memorial Day ceremonies yesterday at Fort Ticonderoga, the fife and drum corps also honored the soldiers of France and Britain buried at the site. They performed Le...  Go to full article

Book: Collateral Language, A User's Guide to America's New War

Martha Foley talks with John Collins and Ross Glover, two St. Lawrence University professors, who are editors of a new book that examines the meanings of post September 11th...  Go to full article

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