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Landscape in the landscape. One of several large format paintings in Long Lake by artist Matt Burnett. Photo: George DeChant
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Spring Haiku Challenge

The kanji character "haru" means spring. It's time again for the annual NCPR Spring Haiku challenge. Join the hundreds who have sniffed out the season of new growth and put it all into a very few words

Today's Arts Events

Arts & Culture
Aug 20, 2014 — Daniel Kehlmann's F, about three brothers abandoned by their father, examines the detail of lives lived without integrity. It is brilliantly translated from the German by Carol Brown Janeway.
Aug 20, 2014 — The American publishing industry has long been the realm of the privileged few. Lately, though, some writers of color are making their voices heard — and starting some uncomfortable conversations.
Aug 20, 2014 — Starting Thursday, FXX will air all 552 episodes of The Simpsons in the longest single-series marathon in TV history. Fresh Air listens backs to interviews with the show's creator, writers and actors.
Aug 20, 2014 — Dive into some deep ideas as you relax by the pool this summer.
Aug 20, 2014 — There's a link between how children draw at age 4 and how well they perform on intelligence tests at age 14, researchers say.

Theme Music Composed for the Morning New Hour

Paul Siskind made a truly unique contribution to North Country Public Radio, composing the theme music used during our morning news hour and arranging it in many styles for different types of ensembles. Paul teaches composition and music theory at The Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam. Joel Hurd reports.  Go to full article

Two Tuvan songs performed by Ional Sam

Sixteen-year old Tuvan throat singer Ional Sam toured the Adirondacks in December 2000 as part of a visiting Russian delegation. Brian Mann recorded him in Ray Brook.  Go to full article

Looking for the North Country: Are we what we make? Call-in #4

We continue our series of five radio call-in conversations about the place, the people, the history and the local culture we call North Country. Tonight we explore the question: Are we what we make?--customs, crafts, art and architecture of the region. In the studio are series host NCPR news director Martha Foley, TAUNY executive director Varick Chittenden, Hallie Bond, curator at the Adirondack Museum and author of Boats and Boating in the Adirondacks, Karen Taussig-Lux of the New York Folklore Sociey, and a summer resident of Big Moose Lake, and Steve Engelhart, of Adirondack Architectural Heritage.  Go to full article

Song: Early in the Morning by the King-Tones

The King-Tones performing "Early in the Morning," live on The Blue Note. Recorded in the NCPR studio, September 26, 2000.  Go to full article

Meet the Masters: Ray Fadden, Mohawk Elder, Onchiota

In the 1940s, Ray Fadden [Tehanetorens] began to teach young Mohawks about their own culture. With a group of young men from the reservation, he traveled to collect...  Go to full article

How Hermit Thrush Got His Song

Ray Fadden (Tehanetorens), Mohawk Elder and educator of Onchiota NY, tells the traditional story "How Hermit Thrush Got His Song."  Go to full article

Meet the Masters: Beaver Camp Auction, Mennonite Traditions, Lowville

Each June since 1973, The Adirondack Mennonite Camping Association has presented the Beaver Camp Auction at the Lewis County fairgrounds, featuring traditional quilts made by...  Go to full article

Meet the Masters: Norwood Brass Firemen, Community Brass Band

The Volunteer Fire Department Band of Norwood (more familiar to many as the Norwood Brass Firemen) dates back to the late nineteenth century. Varying over the years from...  Go to full article

Meet the Masters: Bea Reynolds, Grand Champion Cook

Bea Reynolds of Burke has always been well known to her family, church, and community as a special home maker. Helping feed a big family, she learned early from her mother....  Go to full article

Meet the Masters: The Hollis Family

The Hollis family lives along the shore of the St. Lawrence River in Red Mills, New York. Along with a generations-old passion for fishing and hunting, the family is known...  Go to full article

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