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Commentary: Feeding the debate

NCPR Web Manager and commentator Dale Hobson has an idea to return civility to public discourse. He says it has to do with casseroles.  Go to full article

A misunderstanding, Wall Street to Main Street

Main Street and Wall Street are both casting a nervous eye at the bottom line during these tumultuous economic times--but when they each talk about money, are they really talking about the same thing? NCPR web manager Dale Hobson thinks there's a little misunderstanding. His musings can be found every week in the station's E-newsletter, The Listening Post.  Go to full article

Heard up North: Place Names "Negro Creek"

Dale Hobson and Gregory Warner discuss place names and their origin: Today, Negro Creek. And the "7 Categories" of Adirondack Place Names...  Go to full article

Heard up North: St Lawrence's last words

All this month on All Before Five we're decoding place names in the North Country. Linking up names to namesakes, and exploring the history of place names we say every day. Last week we started this out telling you all about St. Lawrence - the saint Lawrence - the patron saint of librarians and cooks - and a Spanish born deacon of Rome who, some 1700 years ago, was burned to death on a gridiron by an angry Roman Emperor. There's a new statue of the saint which will be erected in the Thousand Islands this fall. Turns out that's only part of the story - Gregory Warner asked our own resident local historian, poet and webmaster Dale Hobson to tell us the rest. Starting with - well, what is a gridiron?  Go to full article

Reader & Writers: Annual Poetry Month Roundtable, Hour 1

We fill a table with northland poets for a two-hour conversation moderated by Chris Robinson and Ellen Rocco. Guest poets in the studio include Robert Strong, Joe Duemer and NCPR's resident poet and webniac, Dale Hobson. They are joined by readers and writers from across the region by phone.  Go to full article

Reader & Writers: Annual Poetry Month Roundtable, Hour 2

We fill a table with northland poets for a two-hour conversation moderated by Chris Robinson and Ellen Rocco. Guest poets in the studio include Robert Strong, Joe Duemer and NCPR's resident poet and webniac, Dale Hobson. They are joined by readers and writers from across the region by phone.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers: Annual Poetry Special (Hour 1)

Our two-hour annual poetry edition continues this year's theme of books on war and peace. Guest poets David Budbill, Jill Vaughan, Joe Duemer and Dale Hobson join host Ellen Rocco and many callers to share their own poems and work by favorite authors.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers on the Air: Regional Poetry Special, hour 1

Readers & Writers call-in on contemporary literature wraps up its tenth anniversary season with a two-hour program surveying poets of the region. Callers share their favorite work with hosts Ellen and Rocco and Chris Robinson, and guest poets Michael Coffey, Joe Duemer, Roger Mitchell and Dale Hobson.  Go to full article

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