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Video: Gun law reactions at the NYS Arms Collectors Association gun show in Albany

Organizers of the New York State Arms Collectors Association annual gun show say they saw a slightly bigger crowd in 2013 in the wake of a new gun control law passed in New York and potential changes at the federal level. Video courtesy of New York NOW and the Innovation Trail.  Go to full article

Look Up North: SLU's X-country ski team trains

The St. Lawrence University cross-country ski team trains on the Post Rd. in Crary Mills, near Canton, with fall colors in the background. This is part of our new "Look Up North" video snapshot series.  Go to full article
Catherine Morre, publisher of the <em>Adirondack Daily Enterprise</em>
Catherine Morre, publisher of the Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Adirondack Roundtable: "Why Newspapers Matter"

Catherine Moore speaks in Lake Placid, New York before the Lake Placid Institute's Adirondack Roundtable. Moore is publisher of the Adirondack Daily Enterprise in Saranac Lake, NY and has worked at the paper for 39 years. Ms. Moore is also President of the New York Publisher's Foundation. Joel Hurd captured the address on video for NCPR.  Go to full article

Movie makers, film buffs gather in Lake Placid

The 12th annual Lake Placid Film Festival opens Wednesday, with new stars, new movies and a panel discussion on the future of small town theaters. This year's festival will feature screenings of films from local, national and International filmmakers, special guests and events such as the North Country Shorts and the return of the 24 hour student film-making competition, "Sleepless in Lake Placid."

Todd Moe spoke with Tim Brearton, the festival's project specialist. He's helped out since the inaugural forum in 2000. He calls it an event that brings people together, supports local artists and allows film students from area colleges to learn about the rigors of the film industry.  Go to full article

Legislation Would Ban Video Voyeurism

Republicans in the New York State Assembly say the state has to shore up its laws to prevent "video voyeurism". The videotaping of people with concealed cameras for sexual gratification. Martha Foley reports...  Go to full article

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