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Break out the fireworks! We’re building this year’s summer reading list and we want your suggestions. Just use the comment function at the end of the list to share your recommendations with us. This is NOT your grandmother’s book...
News stories tagged with "call-in"
Oct 10, 2008 — A new exhibit at Traditional Arts in Upstate New York in Canton explores the people and places who were part of the back-to-the-land movement in the North Country during the '60s and 70s. Host Martha Foley and Jill Breit of TAUNY talk with callers about hippies and homesteaders, then and now. Go to full article
Oct 03, 2008 — It's going to be a cold and expensive winter. Martha Foley, David Sommerstein and callers talk with energy efficiency experts Scott Shipley, of Community Energy Services in Canton, and Jeff Loomis, of Energy Answers in Massena, about how to stay warm without going broke. Go to full article
Jul 08, 2008 — Hosts Ellen Rocco and Chris Robinson are joined by John Ernst and your calls to compile a selection of the best warm weather books for this year's annual summer reading list. You can request an email or printed copy of the list from email@example.com, or by calling the station, 1-877-388-6277. Go to full article
by Ellen Rocco
Dec 18, 2007 — NCPR station manager Ellen Rocco, news director Martha Foley, Adirondack news bureau chief Brian Mann, and station engineer Bob Sauter take listener calls about the threat to NCPR's Lake Placid transmitter from Albany-based WAMC Northeast Public Radio. Go to full article
Dec 13, 2007 — Our Annual Winter Reading Call-in, a special two-hour edition of Readers & Writers. Ellen Rocco, Chris Robinson and guest John Ernst discuss their picks for the best winter reading this year. They are joined by callers and correspondents from throughout the region. Go to full article
Jul 13, 2007 — Host Martha Foley and Varick Chittenden of Traditional Arts in Upstate New York explore "Very Special Places," the cultural landmarks in the North Country. This summer during the Eight O'Clock Hour we've already visited a unique Lewis County church, an old department store in Croghan, a summer camp on Lake Champlain, a one-room school in Colton, an historic retreat cottage in the Thousand Islands, and a boatbuilder's shop Saranac Lake. We asked callers to tell us about their significant North Country places. Go to full article