show episodes
 
A docu-series chronicling one local hiker’s adventures in the Adirondack Mountains including his complete ADK 46’er journey, along with Summit Session conversations, Adirondack Campfire Stories, and more!
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Story of the Day

NCPR: North Country Public Radio

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Daily
 
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
  continue reading
 
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.
  continue reading
 
Hey gang! We are Damon, Sue, and Aymee-Lynne from The Adirondack Park Paranormal Society. Join us, along with other members of APPS, for each episode of the APPS Alchemy Podcast as we take a deep dive into the world of the Paranormal, cryptids, the occult, and more.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
The Howl

NCPR: North Country Public Radio

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
True stories, told with no notes, recorded live on stages all over the North Country. Hosted by Ethan Shantie, from NCPR and the Adirondack Center for Writing.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
If All Else Fails

NCPR: North Country Public Radio

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly+
 
Far-right extremism is thriving in small, rural communities across the country, gaining the support of mainstream voters and local law enforcement. In this podcast from North Country Public Radio, reporters Emily Russell and Zach Hirsch investigate extremist groups and militia movements in northern New York State, why they're drawing support, and what kinds of threats they pose at a pivotal moment for democracy in the United States.
  continue reading
 
Get to know the AHL's Adirondack Phantoms with Diana C. Nearhos, the beat writer for The Post-Star in Glens Falls, NY, in her video interviews with the players. Learn more about future Philadelphia Flyers hockey players on the Phantoms Forum Podcast.
  continue reading
 
Breaking news on the environment, climate change, pollution, and endangered species. Also featuring Climate Connections, a special series on climate change co-produced by NPR and National Geographic.
  continue reading
 
"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 ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
NJ Devils Podcast

Chris Dalton & Charlie Weaver

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
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!
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Foot Stuff Podcast

Foot Stuff Podcast

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
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!
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
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 ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
The Bukwas Crew are a Sasquatch podcast group who share opinions and interviews with those who have something to share with the Sasquatch Community. They are made up of four individuals. Research/Investigator: Gerry Matthews/ Researcher: Thomas Steenburg, Research and Investigator: Leon Thompson and their 'in house 'skeptic, Bill Reid! Please join us!
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Stories from the Attic

Stories from the Attic

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Author and historian Andy Flynn, of Saranac Lake, NY, explores museum artifact collections to produce the "Stories from the Attic" podcast series, including "New York's Attic" and the "Adirondack Attic" programs.
  continue reading
 
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 ye ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
It Just Makes Sense

Samantha Smith and Jeffrey Siefert

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly+
 
Welcome to “It Just Makes Sense!” the podcast by two easily distracted higher educated former lovers that explores all of the unpopular opinions, conspiracy theories and cult leaders that make you want to scream “THAT JUST MAKES SENSE!”
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Absolute Adventure

Absolute Adventure

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
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://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/absoluteadventure/support
  continue reading
 
The East to West Hunting Podcast with Todd Waldron is a community of hunter-angler conservationists focusing on mentorship and conservation awareness. Our aim to help get you started and keep you going with your outdoor pursuits. We are a voice for average DIY hunters and anglers, the North American Conservation Model and for wildlife & future generations that can’t speak for themselves.
  continue reading
 
The Cross Country Skier Magazine podcast is an extension of stories from the Nordic skiing world that go beyond our print and web features. In this new medium, we’ll continue our conversations with athletes, coaches, touring center operators and other experts in the field, bringing fresh material to our audience.
  continue reading
 
The homesteading podcast dedicated to the pursuit of self-sufficiency, self reliance, and sustainability. Brian is a 4th generation homesteader located in beautiful upstate NY. Along with his wife, Bonnie (also a 4th generation homesteader) and their son Brian Jr., Brian has been actively homesteading on a 2 acre piece of land since 2008. This podcast is dedicated to their journey and is a call for others to join them in pursuing self sufficiency, self reliance, and sustainability.
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
This week we journey into the heart of Adirondack history at the Adirondack Experience Museum on Blue Mountain Lake. In this episode, I'm joined by Doreen and Cheryl from the museum to delve into the treasures and stories that this magnificent museum holds. We'll explore the rich tapestry of Adirondack culture, art, and tradition, captured through …
  continue reading
 
Dr. Aaron Mair is an Environmental Justice pioneer intersectionally working in the spaces of, Health, Environment, Voting Rights and Disparities over the last 40 Years; a 35 year veteran urban environmental activist; regional and national Environmental Justice organizer and strategist from the State of New York.…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 18, 2024) This week's heat wave is part of a trend of warmer, more extreme weather events in the Adirondack North Country; because of the Canadian wildfires last year, officials are asking New Yorkers to monitor air quality every day this summer; and, our book reviewer Betsy Kepes stops by to talk about a novel set in St. Lawrence County about…
  continue reading
 
(May 31, 2024) The Adirondacks have become a major tourist destination over the last couple of decades. That's due in part to Jim McKenna, longtime CEO of the Adirondacks' Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism, or ROOST. McKenna retires today after 40 years. Also: A Boston woman who remade her life in Indian Lake, thanks to remote work options.…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 24, 2024) On Saturday, 30 North Country veterans of Vietnam, Desert Storm and the Cold War flew together to Washington DC to visit the memorials to the wars they and their comrades served in. They were part of the North Country Honor Flight; Governor Kathy Hochul signed new social media regulations for children into law on Thursday, but poll n…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 24, 2024) Over the weekend, 30 North Country veterans of Vietnam, Desert Storm, and the Cold War flew together to Washington DC to visit the memorials to the wars they and their comrades served in. How North Country Honor Flight brings veterans to DC who might otherwise not get the chance. Also: An outdoor winter attraction in Lake George that…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 21, 2024) After years of removing the invasive aquatic water plant Eurasian water milfoil by hand, the Adirondack Park Agency has voted to allow the use of a chemical herbicide in three lakes, despite pushback; US Customs and Border Protection wants to build a new facility on a part of undeveloped shoreline on the St. Lawrence River. Residents…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 21, 2024) The controversy over a small, largely undeveloped bay in the Thousand Islands comes to a head next week. U.S. Customs and Border Protection wants to build a new facility there. Local residents, politicians, and environmentalists want to stop them. Also: The Adirondack Park Agency approved the use of a chemical herbicide to kill an in…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 20, 2024) When we talk about the effects of climate change, we rarely hear about how it will affect older adults. A conversation with an expert about how to protect seniors who will be among the most vulnerable as the Earth warms. Also: Three carriers are competing to provide subsidized air service at the Plattsburgh airport.…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 20, 2024) Earlier this week, over 100 people gathered at Paul Smith's College to talk about the intersection of climate change impacts and an aging population; after 34 years as public radio's eyes and ears in Albany, reporter Karen Dewitt is retiring on Friday. We talk with her about her career and how Albany has changed for a journalist.…
  continue reading
 
What in the Blue Blazes is this? Each year in the first weekend of June runners gather to traverse 112 miles along the New England Trail cutting down the middle of Connecticut from the MA border to the Long Island Sound in Guilford. This episode features Chris Bennett, Steve Starke, Fan Favorite Jacki Smith and Celeste Fong as they share their expe…
  continue reading
 
Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right, or so goes the pithy expression. But at least in Angelika Rainer’s case, it does seem to bear out. During Angelika’s 20-year career, she helped set new world standards, becoming the first woman to send D15 ✅ and routinely finishing first or second on the Ice Climbing World Cup circuit …
  continue reading
 
(Jun 19, 2024) On Juneteenth, a conversation with the organizer of Juneteenth events in Watertown. Bianca Ellis hopes the holiday motivates people to learn more about Black history and excellence, and encourages people of African descent to tell their own stories. Also: Adirondack forest rangers rescued lost and injured hikers, helped stranded kaya…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 19, 2024) Watertown Juneteenth is hosting the second part of its Juneteenth celebrations today. Organizers hope the events inspire other Black people to share their stories; while a national memorial for Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans goes through a lengthy planning and fundraising process, veterans are working with state and local governme…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 18, 2024) This week's heatwave is part of a trend of warmer, more extreme weather events in the Adirondack North Country. A climatologist from SUNY ESF on how the region's summer are changing and how we'll have to adapt. Also: State and local officials have set up cooling stations across the state and the North Country to help people who don't…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 17, 2024) Look out on Lake Champlain this summer and you'll see a set of large barges at work. They're laying 97-miles of electric transmission cables for the Champlain Hudson Power Express to New York City. How they do it, and criticisms of the project. Also: The popular Longway's diner near Watertown suffered major damage in a fire over the …
  continue reading
 
(Jun 17, 2024) A set of large barges will lay a 97-mile portion of the Champlain Hudson Power Express transmission line along the bottom of Lake Champlain this summer. Zachary Matson with the Adirondack Explorer says once it's finished, it'll effectively act as an extension cord from Quebec hydropower to New York City; early voting started on Satur…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, we're having a roundtable discussion regarding our last investigation. We're discussing our personal feelings and experiences, as well as a little bit of history on the location itself. Find us: FB: www.facebook.com/APPSParanormal FB Group: APPS Alchemists Website: www.appsparanormal.org Twitter: @AppsParanormal IG: appsparanormal …
  continue reading
 
(Jun 14, 2024) Researchers at Clarkson University are studying a rare, prehistoric fish that lives in the North Country's rivers. A search for the mooneye fish on a boat using electric current to bring up what's below the surface. Also: A celebration of life for a beloved Adirondack Forest Ranger and LGBTQ+ advocate who died in April will take plac…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 14, 2024) Clarkson researchers are studying a rare, prehistoric fish that lives in the North Country's rivers. They're asking anglers to let them know if you catch one; The trailer for a Christmas movie shot in Lake Placid last December was just released. Amy Feiereisel was on set during the shoot; and, John Warren checks the trail conditions …
  continue reading
 
A wise rabbi once said: “Judaism is a great product, but the marketing sucks.” As a Jew and a branding professional, Archie was in full agreement. She’s on a mission to re-brand Judaism so that it’s easy to get right to the good parts, no Hebrew required. JewBelong.com is the heart of the rebrand. It’s filled with meaningful, fun, free, easy-to-use…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 13, 2024) June is Pride Month and there are celebrations from Malone to Lowville to Potsdam. Organizers say they're especially important in rural places like the North Country, where queer people may not feel like they have spaces to connect with each other and create community. Also: Wilmington passed a new law regulating short-term rentals l…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 13, 2024) With rising anti-LGBTQ rhetoric around the country, why Pride celebrations in the North Country are important for connections and community; in Old Forge, the Rondaxe fire tower on Bald Mountain offers sprawling views of the western Adirondacks; and, a soccer club in Burlington was started with the goal of combating climate change. W…
  continue reading
 
What are those funny folks in tights doing on the YouTubez, kicking into the whozimiwuchits and spitting off those metal thingamajigs? If you, like me, have ever had questions about Ice Climbing World Cups, this is your episode of Ice Ice Beta… because today we chat with, Rob Adie, the man responsible for organizing the UIAA World Cup Tour. He’s so…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 12, 2024) An upcoming mural in downtown Plattsburgh aims to help prevent and break the stigma around suicide in the North Country; the U.S. Army has stepped up training for tunnel warfare, as more combat scenarios arise like those playing out in Gaza; and, we'll spot the frogs, trillium and birch bark on an afternoon hike through the Larose Fo…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 11, 2024) Under a new law in Vermont, state officials can now try to make major oil, gas, and coal companies pay for some of the costs associated with climate change; ticks have become an expected, if unwelcome, part of North Country summers over the last 20 years. That means tick-borne diseases are more prevalent, too; and, astronomer Aileen …
  continue reading
 
(Jun 11, 2024) Ticks have become an expected, if unwelcome, part of North Country summers over the last twenty years. That means tick-borne diseases are more prevalent, too. A conversation with an expert about how to identify a tick bite and how to prevent them. Also: Rep. Elise Stefanik is on a shortlist of eight politicians being vetted to be Don…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 10, 2024) For our series on how climate change is impacting people's lives and livelihoods, we hear from a woman in Brantingham who waits tables at a restaurant on a Lewis County snowmobile trail; New York State lawmakers ended their session over the weekend, leaving a number of issues on the table; and, a new art exhibit in Keene, called "Twi…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 10, 2024) A woman relies on the money she makes waiting tables at a restaurant on a Lewis County snowmobile trail. But with warmer winters and less snow, the snowmobilers aren't coming and she's having a hard time. The latest story in our climate change series. Also: Some key items, like climate change and aid in dying, didn't get finished in …
  continue reading
 
Kristijan Begic AKA "Bessic from the Podcast" joins his trail bro Will Jara, and Cultra's own Jimmy Mac as they give us the stark graduate level inside shit view of the 2024 Cruel Jewel 100. They hung out, ran and got some tats. Lots of knowledge, lots of fun. But don't listen with your kids! Hey sorry this took so long to drop... Cruel Jewel Get y…
  continue reading
 
This week I'm shining the spotlight on the great work of Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH), a non-profit historic preservation organization for the Adirondack region. Formed in 1990, AARCH's mission to promote better public understanding, appreciation, and stewardship of the Adirondacks’ unique and diverse architectural heritage. This week …
  continue reading
 
(Jun 6, 2024) Sixteen townhouses went up for sale in Lake Placid recently, specifically for people who work in the Adirondack village. How the Fawn Valley development came together as a non-profit. Also: Gov. Hochul is proposing to turn three former adirondack prisons into private property.By NCPR News
  continue reading
 
Jessica Donohue is an executive dedicated to working with institutional investors and allocators as their partner, enabling their mission/vision and creating better outcomes for them and the people they serve. Jessica has a proven track record leading client management/ solutioning, organizational transformation, product innovation, and client serv…
  continue reading
 
Kevin Lindlau is one of the rare birds in drytooling who excels at both comp *and* outdoor climbing. In January, Kevin completed the second ascent of “Aletheia”, rated D16 ✅, becoming only the second person in the world to climb the grade. (There’s some nuance here since other routes have been proposed at D16, but this is the first route that has b…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 4, 2024) The first big summer music festival in the region kicks off tomorrow night in Burlington, Vermont. A conversation with the guest curator of the Discover Jazz Festival, who's focused the lineup on young musicians who are pushing the boundaries of jazz. Also: A musical tribute to NCPR's morning host, Todd Moe, who's retiring on Friday.…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 4, 2024) It’s unclear how Trump's guilty verdict will impact this November’s election, but he has remained largely popular in the North Country since he won nearly every county here in the last election; Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie says a bill that would require major energy companies to pay for climate change remediation could ultimately re…
  continue reading
 
On the eve of ClimaTech 2024 we speak with Yvonne Hao, Secretary of Economic Development for Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Yvonne was a longtime senior executive who co-founded Boston investment firm Cove Hill Partners, and was tapped by the Healey-Driscoll administration to helm the state’s chief economic development agency.…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 3, 2024) After former President Donald Trump was found guilty on all 34 counts in his hush money trial, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik’s office released a statement, then an updated one that amplifies her claims of corruption; the last scheduled week of the legislative session begins today. But there's still a lot of disconnect on remaining bill…
  continue reading
 
(Jun 3, 2024) The last scheduled week of the legislative session started today in Albany. While some bills could still get passed into law, there's still a lot of disconnect on some big ones, including combatting climate change and regulating kids’ social media feeds. Also: In an updated statement about Donald Trump's guilty verdict last week, Cong…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, we're coming to you LIVE from a paranormal investigation in the Adirondacks! Find us: FB: www.facebook.com/APPSParanormal FB Group: APPS Alchemists Website: www.appsparanormal.org Twitter: @AppsParanormal IG: appsparanormal TikTok: appsparanormal YouTube: @appsparanormal2011 Look for us on Buy Me A Coffee and help support our missi…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide