Best adirondacks podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Meditation Podcast - Doctor Adirondack
 
Guided mediation provided by Dr. Lee Vance.
 
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Art in the Adirondacks
Weekly
 
Regional news about the arts, artists and cultural events
 
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Art in the Adirondacks
Weekly
 
Regional news about the arts, artists and cultural events
 
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The Howl Story SLAM presented by NCPR and the Adirondack Center for Writing
 
The Howl Story SLAM is an open microphone storytelling competition open to anyone with a five-minute story to share on the night's theme.
 
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Case Closed Beers Open - Owen Benjamin
 
Saranac Lake is full of mysteries that these brothers will solve in exchange for beer. With a crew of near experts on almost everything, no crime is too tough to crack. Owen and Jason make no promises other than their beers only open when the case is closed.
 
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Day-by-Day: The Nick Hillary Trial
 
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.
 
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Top Stories from NCPR
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NCPR provides locally-produced news stories from around the Adirondack and North Country regions of New York State, as well as Western Vermont, and Ontario and Quebec in Canada.
 
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Eight O'Clock Hour from NCPR
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Regional news and community voices from member-supported North Country Public Radio. Martha Foley and Todd Moe host.
 
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NCPR's Story of the Day
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 "going local" in your podcast feed, Story of the Day has you covered.
 
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All Things Natural with Ed Kanze
Weekly
 
"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 ...
 
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Day-by-Day: The Nick Hillary Trial
 
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.
 
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Top Stories from NCPR
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Top regional news stories from member-supported North Country Public Radio, serving northern New York, western Vermont and the Canada border.
 
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Gardening Conversations: Four seasons of gardening with Cooperative Extension horticulturist Amy Ivy. Matha Foley hosts
 
Latest North Country Public Radio regional news by topic. Topic=gardening.
 
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Top Stories from NCPR
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NCPR provides locally-produced news stories from around the Adirondack and North Country regions of New York State, as well as Western Vermont, and Ontario and Quebec in Canada.
 
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Mountain Lake Journal on Mountain Lake PBS
 
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 ...
 
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Phantoms Forum Podcast
Monthly
 
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.
 
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Heather Richards WGFR Interview.
 
Heather Richards interview with WGFR College radio-Adirondack Community College. Sneak peaks into four new upcoming songs to be released on her upcoming album and EP.
 
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Stories from the Attic
Rare
 
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.
 
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Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The by IRVING, Washington
 
The quiet Dutch community of Sleepy Hollow lay in the Adirondack mountains on the western shore of the mighty Hudson River in America’s colonial period. The solitude of the woods was breathtaking, and not even a schoolmaster was immune from the eerie miasma which everyone knew permeated the dense forest. Written in 1820, Washington Irving’s The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow has become a classic of American literature, and has been retold in many different ways. Here is the original, from Irving’s ...
 
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Aunt Jane's Nieces at Work by BAUM, L. Frank
 
The novel carries forward the continuing story of the three cousins Louise Merrick, Beth De Graf, and Patsy Doyle, and their circle. The title is somewhat misleading; it could more accurately have been called Aunt Jane's Nieces in Politics. (Uncle John Merrick tells his nieces that politics is "work," which yields the title.) The story begins three days after the end of the previous book, Aunt Jane's Nieces at Millville; the freckled and red-haired Patsy still sports a sunburn from her summe ...
 
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Eben Holden - A Tale of the North Country by BACHELLER, Irving
 
Eben Holden - A Tale of the North Country. Having lost both parents and his home in northern Vermont, orphan Willie Brower is taken in by Eben Holden, "Uncle Eb" who transports him westward to save him from being sent to an orphanage. Through the Adirondacks and into the St. Lawrence valley they travel. Eben is kind, happy, and loves to tell stories to the youngster, many of which were to shape the life and ideals of Willie during his life.This story follows Willie as a young orphan, later a ...
 
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Damnation of Theron Ware, The by FREDERIC, Harold
 
The Damnation of Theron Ware (published in England as Illumination) is an 1896 novel by American author Harold Frederic. It is widely considered a classic of American realism. The novel reveals a great deal about turn-of-the-century provincial America, religious life, and the depressed state of intellectual and artistic culture in small towns.The novel centers on the life of a Methodist pastor named Theron Ware who has recently moved to a fictional small town in the Adirondack Mountains of u ...
 
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(Dec 12, 2017) People used to pull off the highway for Frontier Town, in the southern Adirondacks. Now, Governor Cuomo wants to replace it with a new Adirondack family fun center. David Sommerstein hosts.
 
Episode 192-David Brooks describes unfulfilled plans to build a canal linking the Erie Canal with Johnstown, Gloversville and the Sacandaga Valley in the Adirondacks. The story first appeared in New York History Blog. Brooks is education coordinator at a state Erie Canal history site, Schoharie Crossing in Fort Hunter.The Historianshttp://bobcu ...…
 
Live at Swifty's in Downtown Utica, Rain and Scoop had Captain Carter Bancks and PA Announcer for The Adirondack Bank Center at The Utica Memorial Auditorium during Comets games.
 
(Nov 17, 2017) Seagle Music Colony in Schroon Lake invited its first African American student in the 1950s. But he had to live in a tiny room off the laundry. He visits for the first time in 60 years. David Sommerstein hosts.
 
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That's What It Says In The Yearbook Podcast
 
Which was the real westbound one-handed-shirttail-tackle-defying run, and which one was more effective? Key Players: North Texas Basketball, San Diego State Football, Windsor Spitfires, Adirondack Phantoms
 
Lost in the Woods. Yes, like The Easy Chair theme song, guest writer Philip Bennett was lost in the woods, specifically the Adirondacks, though not, as it turned out, for long. This is the story of the afternoon that Philip, a lifelong hiker, got lost in the wilderness without cell phone reception, a map, or a clearly marked trail, but with a p ...…
 
(Nov 13, 2017) Just like that, it's winter in the North Country. That means serious gear and the right attitude to get up Adirondack peaks. Brian Mann had both to climb up Big Slide. David Sommerstein hosts.
 
(Nov 9, 2017) The debate over storing mothballed oil tankers in the Adirondacks is growing. And so is the number of folk songs inspired by it. David Sommerstein hosts.
 
(Oct 25, 2017) The Giant Mountain - Rocky Peak Ridge hike is a classic. Brian Mann and David Sommerstein did the 12 mile traverse at the peak of fall colors.
 
(Oct 20, 2017) Iowa Pacific and its Saratoga North Creek Railroad have made good on a plan to make money by storing thousands of oil and chemical tanker cars on rails in the High Peaks. The cars are starting to arrive, and the controversy is growing. David Sommerstein hosts.
 
(Oct 11, 2017) Outdoor experts say too many campers and hikers and coming to the Adirondack Park without the right preparation. That's creating a spike of emergencies in the backcountry. Lauren Rosenthal hosts.
 
Episode 183-Bob Cudmore discuss heavyweight champion Gene Tunney who trained for his 1920s fights in Speculator in the Adirondacks. Bob also discuss memories of Amsterdam NY provided by city native Fred WojcickiThe Historianshttp://bobcudmore.com/
 
(Sep 29, 2017) We head out for a paddle through a hidden gem of the Adirondacks, the north branch of the Saranac River, north of Saranac Lake. David Sommerstein hosts.
 
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The Howl Story SLAM presented by NCPR and the Adirondack Center for Writing
 
(Sep 29, 2017) Skip Grant of Saratoga Springs, NY used the theme "skeletons in the closet" at The Howl Grand Slam to tell the story of being confronted with a folder that documented all his missteps and failures, and how he came to embrace the challenges that made him who he is. Recorded at Pendragon Theatre, Saranac Lake, NY. June 3, 2017.…
 
(Sep 26, 2017) Drones take beautiful photos and videos. But do they belong in the Adirondack wilderness? David Sommerstein hosts.
 
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The Howl Story SLAM presented by NCPR and the Adirondack Center for Writing
 
(Sep 22, 2017) Rose Rivezzi of Potsdam, NY used the theme "skeletons in the closet" at The Howl Grand Slam to tell the story of the struggles associated with growing up with a mother who suffered from depression, and the path to eventually accepting who her mother was. Recorded at Pendragon Theatre, Saranac Lake, NY. June 3, 2017.…
 
Remakeoween continues with our coverage of Tom Savini's Night of the Living Dead remake, which was also re-written by George Romero. We talk about the increased gore and zombie effects, compare it to the original film, discuss Tony Todd's role as Ben, wonder about Romero's attempts to retcon his own series to better fit with the later Dead film ...…
 
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The Howl Story SLAM presented by NCPR and the Adirondack Center for Writing
 
(Sep 15, 2017) Rick Chandler of Lee's Summit, Missouri used the theme "skeletons in the closet" at The Howl Grand Slam to tell the story of how his wife acquired the monicker "Freezerburn" and discovered that she was, in fact, pretty badass. Recorded at Pendragon Theatre, Saranac Lake, NY. June 3, 2017.…
 
Each weekend, we create an events broadcast to highlight a sampling of the upcoming weeks events. Events are selected based on what we think listeners would be interested in, but it is by no means a complete rundown of the exhibits, events or openings taking place in the region. For a complete list, visit the Events Section of the site. To list ...…
 
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The Howl Story SLAM presented by NCPR and the Adirondack Center for Writing
 
(Sep 8, 2017) Stephen Baratta of Glens Falls used the theme of "skeletons in the closet" at The Howl Grand Slam to recall his teen years when he tried on every dress in his mother's closet... except for one. Recorded at Pendragon Theatre, Saranac Lake, NY. June 3, 2017.
 
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Beertastic Voyage Podcast
 
We drink the final libations from Mark’s trip to the Adirondacks. The boys discuss Mark’s sausage, the song that never ends and the best drinking shirt we’ve ever seen. Big Tupper Brewing 12 Cliff Ave, Tupper Lake, NY 12986 http://www.bigtupperbrewing.com/ Opened late last year, Big Tupper Brewing is a unique brewpub serving up some tasty brews ...…
 
Each weekend, we create an events broadcast to highlight a sampling of the upcoming weeks events. Events are selected based on what we think listeners would be interested in, but it is by no means a complete rundown of the exhibits, events or openings taking place in the region. For a complete list, visit the Events Section of the site. To list ...…
 
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The Howl Story SLAM presented by NCPR and the Adirondack Center for Writing
 
(Sep 1, 2017) Kathy McHugh of Saranac Lake used the theme of "skeletons in the closet" at The Howl Grand Slam to tell of the time she and her sister were in a car accident in the Adirondacks, and her unmentionable experience after that at the local hospital. Recorded at Pendragon Theatre, Saranac Lake, NY. June 3, 2017.…
 
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