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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 - one of many places in the North Country where everything comes together--nature and art. And in November, we'll meet a Massena man who turns sweet potatoes into art. Max Coots is Minister Emeritus at the Unitarian-Universalist Church in Canton. He's also a sculptor, gardener and poet. He's the author of a poem about the joy of friends and the garden harvest.  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 booths traveling the country, history is being captured daily. In July, when a StoryCorps mobile booth stopped in Canton, its visitors included Anneke Larrance, who interviewed her son, Ryan, about his career as a humanitarian aid worker.  Go to full article
The Rev. William Sinkford

U-U president hopes for tolerance

The Rev. William Sinkford, preseident of the Untarian-Universalist Association, brought a message of pluralism, tolerance and justice to Canton this week. He spoke with Martha Foley.  Go to full article
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Preview: "The Slick of '76" at St. Lawrence

The Slick of '76: A Musical Catastrophe will be performed in Gulick Theater at St. Lawrence University this week. Performances are free but tickets are required for...  Go to full article

St. Lawrence County GOP names new leader

St. Lawrence County Republicans chose a new leader last week. Janet Kelly will try to help the GOP maintain its 10 to 5 advantage in the county legislature. David...  Go to full article

Works begins on new facility for sex offenders in Ogdensburg

Work is already underway on a new state facility for sexually violent predators in Ogdensburg. Local opponents to the plan hope they can still stop the project with the...  Go to full article

Book review: "Lucy's Eggs"

So many books, so little time to read! Fortunately our book reviewer, Betsy Kepes, is keeping track of new books published in the North Country. Here she reviews Lucy's...  Go to full article
Born Sept. 25, 1906, Shostakovich is considered one of the most important figures in 20th-century music

Preview: Shostakovich Festival

The North Country will have the opportunity to join the worldwide centennial celebration of the birth of the famous composer Dmitri Shostakovich with "A Shostakovich...  Go to full article
Sir Harold Kroto

Nobel laureate voices energy concerns

Sir Harold Kroto is known to the scientific community for discovering a previously unknown form of carbon, called "buckminsterfullerene". It's been called a "buckyball",...  Go to full article
Cong. John McHugh

McHugh skeptical of border report

Congressman John McHugh says a report on northern border security is "draconian" and goes too far. A Congressional task force concluded more than 10,000 troops are needed to...  Go to full article

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