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Suny Canton Photo: NCPR file image
Suny Canton Photo: NCPR file image

Local college reacts to new sexual assault bill

Yesterday, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced a new bill that seeks to curtail sexual assault on college campuses. Gillibrand says it not only aims to offer better protection to survivors it will also hold colleges unwilling to comply with the new regulations accountable.  Go to full article
A train of oil tankers. Photo: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/11072040@N08/6184231577/">Russ Allison Loar</a>, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
A train of oil tankers. Photo: Russ Allison Loar, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Plattsburgh rally to demand stop to dangerous crude oil trains

This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of a train derailment that killed 47 people in Lac-Megantic, Quebec. This Saturday, local activists will gather in Plattsburgh to commemorate the tragedy. Protestors will rally against crude oil shipments by rail through Plattsburgh, the Adirondack Park and along Lake Champlain.  Go to full article
Eliza Moore performing at the Parkview in Canton last month. Photo: Claire Woodcock
Eliza Moore performing at the Parkview in Canton last month. Photo: Claire Woodcock

For musician Eliza Moore, North Country a place "to come back to"

Fiddler, singer and songwriter Eliza Moore is making a name for herself in her new home of Montreal. But Moore has spent much of her life in the North Country and still spends every summer in the Thousand Islands.

Moore's new EP out called "Everything To Me." Moore will perform at the Parkview in Canton on Saturday night at 7:30 pm. Her performance will be followed by music from DJ Tapatio (aka NCPR's David Sommerstein). Claire Woodcock stopped by a show Moore played last month, also at the Parkview.  Go to full article
Singer-songwriter Mikaela Davis in our Canton studio.
Singer-songwriter Mikaela Davis in our Canton studio.

Music and conversation with Mikaela Davis

Harpist, singer and songwriter Mikaela Davis is not your average college student. She's making a big name for herself as an indie-pop harpist. She's just released her new EP Fortune Teller, completed a fifteen-stop tour, and she's just started her last semester at Crane School of Music.

Last week she visited the station, played a few songs for us in the studio, and chatted with NCPR Intern Claire Woodcock.  Go to full article
Kevin Scott and Leanne Brunn at a rehearsal of "Hairspray." Photo: Claire Woodcock
Kevin Scott and Leanne Brunn at a rehearsal of "Hairspray." Photo: Claire Woodcock

"Hairspray" a sign of big changes at Potsdam's Community Performance Series

For two decades, the Community Performance Series in Potsdam has provided the North Country with musical performances and arts education opportunities. CPS is a college-community partnership with SUNY Potsdam that stages a musical theatre performance each summer. This season, CPS is producing not one, but two musicals. But that's not the only change.  Go to full article
Actor Kevin Craig West with writer Polin Prabakar as she addresses the audience. Photo: Claire Woodcock
Actor Kevin Craig West with writer Polin Prabakar as she addresses the audience. Photo: Claire Woodcock

Actors, students come together for Plattsburgh lit event

Recently, more than 100 people gathered in Plattsburgh's Strand Theatre for the "Adirondack All Write." Professional actors traveled from as far as Los Angeles to perform the works of local literacy students through "Symphony Space." Adirondack Center for Writing and the Literacy Volunteers of Essex, Franklin, and Clinton counties partnered with the New York City-based series for the event.  Go to full article
St. Lawrence County Trail Coordinator Deb Christy introduces the meeting with the history of the committee's efforts to create the trail. Photo: Claire Woodcock
St. Lawrence County Trail Coordinator Deb Christy introduces the meeting with the history of the committee's efforts to create the trail. Photo: Claire Woodcock

A first look at the SLC Multi-Use Trail System

The St. Lawrence County Recreational Trails Advisory Board has been working for some time to create a sustainable community-linking system throughout the county. Last week, community members had their first look at maps of the trail route.  Go to full article

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