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Happy post-Thanksgiving week to you all, and thanks, weather gods, for reminding us it is, in fact, winter. Man, is it winter. There are many stories in the papers so far this week with opportunities to do nice things for other people because...
It’s that time again: Burlington paper Seven Days has put out its annual Adirondack issue, in which Queen City reporters wander west. Two years ago, the issue raised eyebrows on the New York side of the lake with this snide review of...
News stories tagged with "plattsburgh"
by Martha Foley
Sep 18, 2001 — Martha Foley talks with Jonathan Slater, a Plattsburgh State professor, who accompanied three charter busloads of students heading to New York City last weekend for their first visit home of the year. Go to full article
Sep 07, 2001 — The Battle of Plattsburgh--what was once seen as a frontier skirmish may have been a defining moment in America's history. Brian Mann has the third part of our series on Lake Champlain's maritime history. Go to full article
Jun 14, 2001 — Gloria Feldt, president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the nation's largest reproductive rights group, visited Plattsburgh to help the regional chapter, Northern Adirondacks Planned Parenthood, celebrate its 30th anniversary. David Sommerstein spoke with Feldt, who urged supporters to mobilize in a tricky political landscape. Go to full article
Apr 16, 2001 — Plattsburgh State University says it has received a gift of artwork and money valued at more than $700,000. The gift was left to the school by Sally Kent-Gorton, who died last spring. Kent-Gorton was the widow of famed Adirondack painter Rockwell Kent. Brian Mann reports. Go to full article
Jan 08, 2001 — Since the first film strip projectors were shipped to school districts, multimedia technology has been the hope--and sometimes, disappointmen--of educators. Technology in the classroom may not have always lived up to expectations, but a national program spearheaded by a partnership of public television stations, including Mountain Lake PBS in Plattsburgh, is looking to change that. Later this week, some North Country teachers will learn how to make technology an integral part of their lesson plans, not the latest fad to wow--or lull--students. David Sommerstein reports Go to full article
Jan 05, 2001 — This weekend music lovers in the Plattsburgh area have an opportunity to hear a world-class string quartet. The ensemble has spent the past week giving workshops at schools around the region, and celebrating the homecoming of one of its voilinists, Soovin Kim. Joel Hurd tells us more. Go to full article
Jan 10, 2000 — Vic Kibler continues a strong musical tradition in the southern Adirondacks, performing many old-standard jigs, reels, and hornpipes he got from his family. Vic's youngest son, Paul, worked with him in 1992 to produce a collection recognized as an outstanding folk recording by the American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress. Go to full article