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Actors Brooke Cartus and Robert McDougal in <i>Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead</i>
Actors Brooke Cartus and Robert McDougal in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

Preview: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

The SUNY Potsdam Department of Theatre and Dance will present four performances of the comedy Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard. The performances will take place tonight, Friday and Saturday nights (8 pm), and Sunday afternoon (2 pm), at SUNY Potsdam's College Theater in Satterlee Hall. Todd Moe has more. For tickets and more information: 267-3394, or ddtix@potsdam.edu  Go to full article

Panel Discussion: Iraq?where to from here?

As the the fourth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq approaches, a community forum was held at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Canton to explore a question on the minds of most Americans, regardless of political stripe: "Where to from here?" Panelists included Karl Schonberg and Assis Malaquias, both on the faculty of St. Lawrence University, Dan Bradburd of Clarkson University, and Capt. Jim Wilkes (ret.) of Angel Tracks, a support organization for returning soldiers and their families. The discussion was moderated by NCPR's news director Martha Foley, and was followed by audience Q & A.  Go to full article
Partying in Thomkins Square Park by Nathan Farb (Images courtesy:  N. Farb)

Farb unveils iconic photographs of the Summer of Love

Photographer Nathan Farb is most famous in the Adirondacks for his large-scale wilderness scenes. But as a young man, Farb spent three years documenting life on New York City's Lower East Side. In 1967, when the Summer of Love swept over Tomkins Square Park, Farb captured the revolution on film. There are photographs of New York icons like Andy Warhol and Diane Arbus. But there are also powerful, intimate images of everyday people whose lives were being transformed. For the first time, Farb's Summer of Love photographs can be seen in his new exhibition, called "A Photographer's Journal." The show is being mounted at the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery at St. Lawrence University. To talk about the project, Nathan Farb met recently with Brian Mann in Tomkins Square Park. Brian sent this audio postcard.  Go to full article

Sex offender facility holds an open house

New York's Senate and Assembly agreed this week on a law allowing civil confinement of sexually violent predators. The bill has been sent to Gov. Eliot Spitzer. The law would...  Go to full article
Roger Woodard at his craft in Appleton Arena in Canton...

A tale of two zamboni drivers

It's a dream weekend for North Country hockey fans. The Canton Golden Bears high school team plays in the state semifinal tomorrow in Utica. The St. Lawrence University...  Go to full article

Why does everyone love the zamboni?

NCPR Volunteers take a crack at this big question: exactly what makes the zamboni so cool?  Go to full article

Heard Up North: A new princess

New York State's newest princess hails from Washington County and she has a job to do.  Go to full article
Garnett and Jeanie Barr, Depauville, are warmer this winter.

Seniors struggle to stay warm

Remember a couple months ago when it felt like spring on Christmas Day? If this winter has taught us anything, it's that warm spells aside, the North Country still has...  Go to full article

Can pellet heat catch fire in the North Country?

This winter, Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County has been holding seminars on using wood or grass pellets to heat homes, farms, and businesses. They've been...  Go to full article

Legal battle may hold up jail construction

A labor dispute may delay construction of the new St. Lawrence County jail. A non-union contractor and a county resident are asking the state Supreme Court to stop the county...  Go to full article

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