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I’m usually a little shy to tell people that I think of radio storytelling as artistic expression. Because they’ll immediately point to one of my straight news stories and say, “Are you kidding? Definitely not art.” And the...
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Riv, NY, Jun 23, 2011 — There's a lot of confusion today among boaters, fishermen and others in the thousand islands region. This after the State Department said Tuesday that Canadian Border Officials were well within their rights to threaten to seize an American fisherman's boat, and fine him a thousand dollars for fishing in Canadian waters without registering at customs. Go to full article
by Todd Moe
Long Lake, NY, Sep 28, 2010 — Soap opera fans will gather in Long Lake for a meet-and-greet with stars of "As the World Turns" this weekend. "An Adirondack Affair" will also include acting, writing and directing workshops with professionals in the television industry. Todd Moe talks with Emmy-winning actress Martha Byrne, who played Lily Walsh Snyder on As the World Turns about the soap opera business, how it's changed and where it's going. Go to full article
Jul 20, 2006 — The developers who want to build a NASCAR-style raceway in northern St. Lawrence County are talking with new investors. Last week, a group from the Middle East failed to meet a deadline to bankroll the project. David Sommerstein reports. Go to full article
Jul 21, 2004 — The sights, smells, and sounds of county fairs are classic ingredients of summer. The midway barker beckoning you in to a show. The whip of the wind through your hair on the day-glow roller coaster. And of course, the smell of fried dough and French fries. The St. Lawrence County and Lewis County fairs run this week and through the weekend. David Sommerstein prepared this audio montage from the midway of the St. Lawrence County fair in Gouverneur. Go to full article
Oct 24, 2003 — This weekend, two of the North Country's own are in Nashville competing for the distinction of building the world's loudest car stereo at the dB Drag Racing World Finals. The sport has nothing to do with racing, or with music, for that matter. The goal is basically to turn a car into one big resonating audio bomb. Chris Smutz and Rick Smith both work at Northern Music & Video in Potsdam. Last winter they stripped down an old Chevy Astro van, leaving only the engine, dashboard, windshield, roof and doors intact. The rest is subwoofers, batteries, and a resonating chamber, all scientifically arranged to make a low, loud blast. David Sommerstein visited Chris and Rick earlier this week as rain pattered on the roof of their workshop in Hannawa Falls. Go to full article
Aug 20, 2003 — Actor Tom Felton, who plays the villian in the Harry Potter films spoke to hundreds of kids, signed books, and posed for photos yesterday at Massena High School. Felton is an avid carp angler and co-host of the St. Lawrence International Junior Carp Tournament being held this week. Go to full article