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Winner of the Adirondack Center for Writing’s People’s Choice Award 2016 A sister grows inside the body of another and wants to return; a woman accidentally walks through walls where her newfound intimacy offends. By turns surreal, mournful, and droll, this collection of short stories investigates our conflicting urge for intimacy and transcendence. Enter this cabinet of wonders to find your mind and spirit expand. While the concerns and struggles are familiar — loneliness, troubled marriage ...
 
Altered and manipulated history. astronomy, lies in the skies, conspiracy fact and fact searching, astrotheology and religion. Simulation and Holographic Universe Theory, physics, theoretical physics and quantum EVERYTHING! If it’s interesting, we can prove it, make fun of it and make it fun for the listeners then you’ll hear it here. One day we are at the top of Adirondack Mountains looking for Deep Underground Military Bases on Google Earth the next we are on one of our 6 giant telescopes ...
 
Our weekly podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East, Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
 
The trial of former soccer coach Oral "Nick" Hillary starts September 6 in Canton, New York. Hillary is accused of strangling 12-year-old Garrett Phillips to death nearly five years ago, in a case that's grabbed national headlines. Reporters from NCPR have been following it from the start. They'll be your guide to what's happening in the courtroom each day. 010329
 
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Story of the Day

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Story of the Day

NCPR - North Country Public Radio

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Get your daily dose of what's happening in New York's North Country, the Adirondacks, Vermont, Canada, and beyond. Host David Sommerstein presents the best stories from North Country Public Radio's award-winning newsroom. You'll hear the most interesting voices on the most important issues in the region. There's even a micro-newscast to keep you up to date. When you miss "going local" in your podcast feed, Story of the Day has you covered. 010329
 
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NJ Devils Podcast

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NJ Devils Podcast

Chris Dalton & Charlie Weaver

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The NJ Devils podcast, with Chris Dalton and Charlie Weaver, discusses topics such as the Devils 2017-2018 season, 2018 playoff push, and free agency. With special guests such as John Fischer, a writer for All About The Jersey; Brewster Alumnus Aaron Titcomb, a prospect playing for the Adirondack Thunder, the ECHL affiliate of the Devils; John Moore, Assistant Captain of the New Jersey Devils!
 
Jimmy Buffett is one of the most important figures in pop culture history - that's a fact and Ryan Middledorf and Patrick McDonald are determined to prove it to you. Join them each and every week for a one-stop-shop featuring all things Buffett, from his hit songs, to his books, to his wildly successful chain of restaurants - no stone will be left unturned in this nautically nonsensical podcast. Grab a margarita, pull out that Adirondack chair and prepare to be whisked away to Margaritaville ...
 
Hey Gang and welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast - THE Outdoor Recreation Comedy! Hosted just outside of New York state's largest Wilderness Area, Foot Stuff Podcast brings you stories of Adventure, Antics, and Activism from around the country. Tune in for all things hiking, backpacking, thru-hiking, climbing, paddling, camping, skiing, and more. Keep it Wild!
 
"All Things Natural," Ed's weekly newspaper column, has been published continuously for a quarter century. It ran for 21 years in the Connecticut-based newspaper chain and today appears in the Bedford, NY Record-Review. Over the column's run, he has written over 1300 columns totaling nearly a million words. Ed's writings have been published in The Adirondack Explorer, Adirondack Life, Audubon, Birder's World, Bird Watcher's Digest, The Conservationist, Garden, Lake Life, Living Bird, Middleb ...
 
Mountain Lake Journal is a weekly combination of field reports and studio discussions providing in-depth analysis of regional issues. This innovative news program won an Edward R. Murrow Award—one of broadcast journalism's most prestigious awards for outstanding achievement in electronic journalism—and the New York State Broadcasters Association (NYSBA) Award for Excellence in Broadcasting.Associated Press, Edward R. Murrow award winner and Emmy-nominated Host Thom Hallock brings over 25 yea ...
 
The Rick Gloo podcast focuses on uncovering inspirational stories from people that may potentially have spent some time flying beneath the radar. Simply going about life and doing cool stuff but yet to be broadcast to the world. We also look to those who may have a voice and look for the new or emerging aspects of their experience. The areas of fitness, health, wellness, meditation, veggies, gardens, business, artists, entrepreneurs, etc. will be pursued. Have fun and enjoy!
 
What's it like to hike and live in the backcountry for 5 months? Host and thru-hiker Kyle O'Grady, who has completed every last step of the Appalachian Trail, interviews other thru-hikers, peak-baggers, and backpackers who are almost as crazy as him. Is life while thru-hiking really as glamorous as the social media stars make it out to be? Is pooping in the woods really that big of a deal? Find out these answers and more on Trail Tales.
 
In a world where paths have been trekked, two brave adventurers, named Justin and Stephen, will walk down these same paths and have epic conversations about literally whatever comes to mind. What exactly do they talk about? Why don’t you find out? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/absoluteadventure/support
 
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Keving Hoegler was diagnosed with Muliple Schlerosis (MS) at 18 years old. Kevin decided that sitting around was not to be his path, and has instead continued his lifelong journey of self examination and challenge through ultra running. Running 100 miles in under 24 hours is not an easy task, especially for a new runner. We talk a little Jersey, a …
 
Nov. 24, 2021 - With a majority of the Democratic field for governor currently residing in New York City, we wanted to explore who has the advantage in the competition for this voter rich portion of the electorate, especially the Brooklyn. City & State NY senior reporter Jeff Coltin lays out the strengths and weaknesses of the downstate candidates …
 
Nov. 23, 2021 - Senate Labor Committee Chair Jessica Ramos, a Queens Democrat, is on a statewide tour to hone her proposal to provide all New York families access to affordable, high-quality child care. She discusses a sliding cost model, where the billions of dollars in funding would come from and how long it would take to implement.…
 
Nov. 23, 2021 - In light of the risk that climate change poses to all aspects of society, the state Department of Financial Services is flexing its regulatory muscles to make sure that New York insurers are factoring potential consequences of climate change into their decisions. The head of the department's new climate division, Dr. Nina Chen, expl…
 
Startling, lyrical, and tender, Strange Appetites shines a light on loneliness in magical and mythical ways. Reality is bent but beautiful in these intricately carved stories, and the author's varietal, passionate and subtle tone shifts fall on the ear with astonishing rightness. Winner of the Adirondack Center for Writing’s People’s Choice Award 2…
 
Nov. 22, 2021 - When New York's "Bottle Bill" celebrates its 40th anniversary next year, Beyond Plastics President Judith Enck hopes state lawmakers and Gov. Kathy Hochul will use the occasion to build on the environmental policy by expanding the types of beverages with a redemption deposit and increase the nickel deposit to a dime.…
 
Nov. 22, 2021 - New York health officials now have a roadmap for eliminating hepatitis C, after the Hochul administration released a long-buried report from a task force assembled three years ago by then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo to address prevention and treatment of the virus. Task force member Annette Gaudino highlights some of the game-changing recomme…
 
Nov. 22, 2021 - The cyber security team tasked with serving local government and public entities around the state isn't doing all that it could be, according a recent audit by the state comptroller's office. They could do a better job simply by adopting basic internal controls, according to Tina Kim, deputy comptroller for the office's division of …
 
Not Safe For Work! The Cultra Crew looks at all the rules of trail running and breaks them. But you really should have known that was going to happen. We have the full Crew on hand and lines are crossed, and plans are made. We play the classic game "Know Your Knees" which Becky destroyed. Coincidence, I think not! WTF happend to AFB's shorts? We al…
 
Nov. 19, 2021 - Leigh Latimer and Abigail Swenstein, of the Legal Aid Society’s Exploitation Intervention Project, discuss the shape of human trafficking in New York and highlight legislation that was signed into law in November that would protect trafficking survivors from certain legal consequences. (originally aired June 7, 2021)…
 
I am thrilled to announce on this episode what I have been working on over the past couple of months. I have taken a lot of the information given throughout the 100 episodes of the 46 of 46 Podcast and written an eBook called "From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks" and it's available for purchase today at www.46of46.com. Clic…
 
Nov. 18, 2021 - Binghamton University professor Stan Whittingham has a vision for the Southern Tier: a battery making powerhouse. The idea may sound like a stretch, but a batter manufacturing plant is scheduled to open in early 2022 in the Binghamton area and Whittingham is worth listening to since he recently won a Nobel prize for chemistry.…
 
Nov. 18, 2021 - For a decade, Avi Israel has been on the frontlines in the fight against the opioid epidemic and he's about to take on a statewide role, helping to distribute more than $1 billion in prevention and recovery funds. We explore the work of the Opioid Settlement Board, including what should get funded, and assess where New York is in th…
 
Nov. 17, 2021 - The interview transcripts from the state attorney general's office's investigation into alleged sexual misconduct by the former governor, also shed additional light on the state's pandemic response. The Empire Center's Bill Hammond discusses some of the most troubling revelations about the Cuomo administration's approach to this pub…
 
Nov. 17, 2021 - The public is gaining new insights into the behind-the-scenes operations of the Cuomo administration and how the former governor interacted with women who accused him of sexual misconduct, as the result of interview transcripts released by the state attorney general's office. Politico New York's Bill Mahoney explains what the hundre…
 
Nov. 17, 2021 - It was generally assumed that New Yorkers would approve a constitutional amendment to the state's ongoing redistricting process, but in light of it failing on Election Day, we're double checking what the existing rules mean for lawmakers and the bipartisan redistricting commission with the help of Jeff Wice, a senior fellow and prof…
 
(Nov 17, 2021) Three school superintendents say the state has neglected the maintenance of schools in Native American territories. Now, they say it'll cost $60 million dollars just to get them up to date. Also: Gov. Hochul says people in high transmission regions including the North Country should get the COVID-19 booster.…
 
Nov. 16, 2021 - The Democratic race for governor has thrust the issue of "Good Cause" eviction back in the spotlight, and just in time for the 2022 legislation session! So we checked in with the bill's senator sponsor, Brooklyn Democrat Julia Salazar, about why she thinks the bill is necessary, the politics surrounding the measure and implementatio…
 
Startling, lyrical, and tender, Strange Appetites shines a light on loneliness in magical and mythical ways. Reality is bent but beautiful in these intricately carved stories, and the author's varietal, passionate and subtle tone shifts fall on the ear with astonishing rightness. Winner of the Adirondack Center for Writing’s People’s Choice Award 2…
 
(Nov 16, 2021) The longest-serving U.S. Senator in Congress, Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy, announced his retirement at the end of this term. His decision sets in motion a generational shift in Vermont politics. Also: many North Country leaders welcomed the billions of dollars coming for roads, bridges, and broadband in the new infrastructure pack…
 
Nov. 15, 2021 - In the spring of 2021, state education officials had a simple direction for local educators: Write down policies that advance the goals of diversity, equity and inclusion in their schools. The implementation of that call to action has been anything but simple, with localized backlashes to the initiative prompting a coalition of educ…
 
Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast episode 123! 'Four Year Anniversary' In today's episode we celebrate four amazing years of recording Foot Stuff Podcast! Join us for an in depth discussion of what we've been up to lately, some hiker news, and some shoutouts to Foot Stuff Nation! We hope you enjoy, thanks for listening. www.footstuffpodcast.com…
 
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