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Dr. Bob Johnson
Dr. Bob Johnson

Johnson takes on McHugh, Iraq war

Democrat Bob Johnson is visiting all 11 counties of the 23rd Congressional District this week. In Canton yesterday, he said people's disapproval of the war in Iraq gives him a shot to upset Republican John McHugh. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Preview: Remington Arts Festival in Canton

The Remington Arts Festival opens Thursday in Canton. It's art, music and historical activities celebrating the life and era of famed artist Frederic Remington, who was born and raised in Canton. Todd Moe has more.  Go to full article

Giving Voice: On the River: poetry and visual art

The connection between poets and musicians goes back to the roots of both art forms, but for almost as long, poets and visual artists have also found inspiration in each other's work. Dale Hobson talks with Clayton wood engraver, Greg Lago, and Potsdam printer, Jim Benvenuto, about the creation of On the River, a suite of prints celebrating the St. Lawrence River in all its seasons. Dale reads the Fall poem from the collection, "The Poachers," and the Winter selection, "Ice." Thanks to Chris Turner for the roadhouse harmonica solo, recorded live at the Red Tavern in St. Regis Falls.  Go to full article
Lamar mowing --one of the photos in TAUNY's new photo exhibit

Preview: new photo exhibit at TAUNY

Traditional Arts in Upstate New York, TAUNY, opens a new exhibit that tells the story of North Country life with pictures this weekend. Finding the North Country: Stories...  Go to full article

Massena to state: keep power here

More than 150 North Country leaders and residents had an urgent message for a state task force Friday in Massena. They said selling cheap power downstate would crush the...  Go to full article

Heard up North: Drowned Cities

The St Lawrence River Power Project forever changed the landscape of the North Country. The hydro power dams erected almost 50 years ago expanded the Seaway, flooding 100...  Go to full article
Site plan for the Lost Villages Museum in Ault Park, Ontario

Heard up North: "Inundation Day"

So, what's it like to watch your town go underwater? Gregory Warner spoke with Jane Craig. She's director of the "Lost Villages Museum" in Ault (ALT) Park, Ontario. It's a...  Go to full article
Juliet Schor

Liberal values in an age of consumerism

It's probably no surprise that the U.S. is the most consumer-oriented nation in the world. Juliet Schor, a critic of American Consumerism, says we work longer hours, save...  Go to full article

Poetry: Friends are like vegetables

It's harvest season. Earlier this year we began a string of conversations and stories about gardening and art. We visited a West Potsdam gardener and artist on her farm -...  Go to full article
Anneke and Ryan Larrance

StoryCorps: A career in humanitarian aid

Conversation by conversation, interview by interview, StoryCorps is collecting the stories and voices of our time. At permanent StoryCorps booths in New York and mobile...  Go to full article

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