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Cullen's Cross
Cullen's Cross

About Cullen's Cross

Cullen's Cross combines electric and acoustic music in their renditions of traditional Celtic tunes. While they still like to play coffee house gigs, Cullen's Cross appeals to a young dancing crowd with their more recent amplified sound.  Go to full article
Just In Time: Timothy Hill, Sam Whitesell, Victor Caamano, David Katz and Jake Whitesell

About Just In Time

Just In Time is a Potsdam-based jazz quintet that likes to experiment with arrangements of favorite standards. They spoke with Jill Breit after their UpNorth Music session.  Go to full article

Mohawk casino closer, sort of

2007 begins with the St. Regis Mohawk tribe in the lead to reach a long-awaited prize -- a gaming resort in the Catskill mountains, closer than any other casino to New York City. But don't expect to belly up to the blackjack tables too soon. David Sommerstein explains.  Go to full article

Reading into the warm winter

So what's going on with the weather anyway? Is it El Nino? Global warming? Martha Foley talks with Steve Robinson, who teaches about climate at St. Lawrence University to...  Go to full article

Singer Castle for sale

One of the Thousand Islands most lavish pieces of real estate is up for sale. Frederick Bourne's hunting lodge on Dark Island in the St. Lawrence River has become known as...  Go to full article

Snowfall makes news in the North Country

Snow is falling in the North Country. In other years, that would not be a news story, but this year is different. Jonathan Brown talked to Mike Wilcox - the general manager...  Go to full article

Assessing the new political landscape in Albany

Martha Foley talks with Brian Mann about how the new administration and legislature in Albany could affect issues in the North Country.  Go to full article

"On the Road" with SUNY Potsdam students

Martha Foley talks with David Sommerstein about a group of SUNY Potsdam students' cross-country trip to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jack Kerouac's On the Road. ...  Go to full article

Inmates pay less to phone home

Govenor Spitzer yesterday ended the practice of charging high phone fees to inmates in New York state prisons. The change will affect hundreds of prisonsers here in the North...  Go to full article

Michigan toughens ballast water laws

Invasive species continue to be one of the biggest problems facing the St. Lawrence River and Great Lakes. One state has a new law in effect to stop ocean-going ships from...  Go to full article

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