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Jeremy Hutchins
Jeremy Hutchins

About Jeremy Hutchins

Jeremy Hutchins studies visual arts during the day, and writes songs and plays music at night. The day we met him, he was planning to hit the slopes at Titus Mountain to catch the first good snow of the year.  Go to full article
Chris Clarke, from Swimming In Speakers, getting ready to record for UpNorth Music.

About Swimming In Speakers

Chris Clarke lived all over the United States and Europe before returning to his hometown last year. While living in Los Angeles, he became very interested in electronic music. A math whiz, Chris was delighted to discover computer programs that allow him to express himself musically. This was a fun session that involved adding live tracks to prepared sound loops.  Go to full article

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Performed by Swimming in Speakers in Malone, NY for UpNorth Music.  Go to full article

Seaway nominee supports transparency

President Bush has nominated a New York City attorney and political ally of Governor Pataki to sit on the board that oversees the St. Lawrence Seaway. As David Sommerstein...  Go to full article
Nadine Nelson, Gary Greenland, Mike O'Reilly and Dave Nichols

About Dave Nichols and Spare Change

Dave is known nationally as a master inlay artist and instrument maker, but he also loves to play bluegrass. He and his partner Nadine, who plays bass, spend the summer on...  Go to full article
Irate Primates: Carlos Moses and Dominic Pirozzi

About Irate Primates

Hip-hop musicians Dominic Pirozzi and Carlos Moses describe themselves as lyricists and beat makers who want to avoid the gangsta cliché of the genre. They became friends...  Go to full article

Clarkson teams with Buffalo firm on bio-diesel

Potsdam and Clarkson University officials held a ceremonial ribbon cutting yesterday, marking the opening of N-D Fusion - a technology start-up that will soon begin work on...  Go to full article

Fish disease prompts ban on ballast water

An emerging fish disease known as viral hemorrhagic septicemia, or VHS, has prompted a proposed ban on the use of ballast water in the Great Lakes. Chuck Quirmbach reports...  Go to full article

New Seaway chief aims for more traffic

The new head of the St. Lawrence Seaway made his second visit to the waterway's control center in Massena yesterday. Collister Johnson, Jr. vowed to increase freighter...  Go to full article
Mohawk chief Jim Ransom addresses his Venezuelan guests.

For Mohawks, CITGO spells relief

Leaders of the St. Regis Mohawks and eleven other tribes from Maine and Minnesota gathered in Akwesasne Tuesday night to give thanks to an unlikely source. CITGO, the U.S....  Go to full article

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