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A podcast about crafting and the creative process.
 
Worldprofit is a turnkey business platform for individuals interested in creating a successful online business or an income working from home. Worldprofit was founded by home business experts Dr. Jeffrey Lant, Sandi Hunter, and George Kosch.This podcast will provide resources, tools, and updates from Worldprofit including actionable strategies to build a successful business.I will provide every listener with a complete traffic package including 50,000 guaranteed website visitors.Turn learn m ...
 
It’s a long island with a long history. Want to hear it? Interviews with historians, scholars, authors and anyone with a story to tell and a passion for this unique region of New York.
 
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More than a beach or a brand, Southampton has a history that stretches back thousands of years. The coming of English settlers in the 17th century only complicated matters. The coming of the railroad and wealthy New Yorkers in the 19th century led to a Gilded Age enclave of entrepreneurs, socialites, and celebrities. Now known world-wide as an ...…
 
Linda Metzger is the Long Island Genealogist. On today's episode, you'll hear how she turned a hobby into a career as a certified genealogist working to uncover the lost or simply forgotten stories of people and their lives.By kretzc@dowling.edu (Chris Kretz).
 
We've interviewed people who have restored houses and inns and even old race cars but how do you go about restoring a lake? We conitnue our conversation with Evelyn Vollgraff (Lake Ronkonkoma Historical Society) and Danielle Campbell (News 12) to learn how to do just that. Turns out you need a dedicated commmunity, invested local businesses, an ...…
 
The waters of Lake Ronkonkoma have seen it all: Native Americans, English settlers, Broadway actresses, 20th century resort-goers and automobile racers. No one knows this better than Evelyn Vollgraff, president of the Lake Ronkonkoma Historical Society. Today we dive into the history of the lake, the many myths and legends that surround this ve ...…
 
Dr. John Strong, professor emeritus of Southampton College, has spent a career pursuing the history of Long Island's Native Americans. His latest achievement is bringing to life the earliest days of American whaling, using what amounts to 17th century spreadsheets. He uncovers an East End in a whaling frenzy. Start-up companies (called whale de ...…
 
We usher in the holiday season early with this deep dive into the Charles Dickens Festival in Port Jefferson. Five of the driving forces behind the Festival, including four of the actors, tell us what it's like re-enacting the Victorian Era and what Dickens means to them. Further Research Arts Council Greater Port Jefferson Northern Brookhaven ...…
 
Kerriann Flanagan Brosky investigates ghosts and other paranormal phenomenon on Long Island. She has long been fascinated with the links between local history and ghostly sightings, weaving the two together in her books. With her partner Joe Giaquinto, she has investigated and written about Long Island's old buildings and homes and the spirits ...…
 
Joe Mandanici describes the 1974 fire at Dowling College in Oakdale from his vantage point as a volunteer firefighter at the scene.By kretzc@dowling.edu (Chris Kretz).
 
Who knew that firehouses were such deep sources of local history? In the town of Islip, they are overflowing with trophies, photos, devices, and mechanisms going back to the 1800s. There was so much history, in fact, that a dedicated group of firefighters and volunteers spent over two decades making the Islip Town Fire & EMS Museum a reality. H ...…
 
This is a feed-only episode of the Project, recorded during a podcast workshop at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton. We did a few quick takes with the group, asking them about their memories of summer in the area. In my defense, I had been told that blueberries in Southampton were a thing. Many thanks to everyone who attended and I hop ...…
 
Matthew Monelione is back to discuss his new fantasy comic book series set in Revolutionary War-era Long Island. If you are a fan of history, JRR Tolkien, or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, you'll want to check it out. We discuss what it takes to produce an independent comic as well as Matt's on-going research into the Loyalist experience on ...…
 
Margo Arceri grew up with history. A native of Strong's Neck in Setauket, she learned early on the stories of Anna Smith Strong and the role she played in the Culper Spy Ring during the Revolution. She got to explore the very coves and inlets that sheltered Brewster Caleb and Abraham Woodhull. And she heard it all from Anna's great great grandd ...…
 
Behind every great woman stands another great woman and Natalie Naylor is bringing them to light. Her book, Women in Long Island's Past (History Press, 2012), highlights the number of notable women who have achievevd so much on Long Island over the centuries.By kretzc@dowling.edu (Chris Kretz).
 
Before we get to today's guest, I wanted to let you know that I will be taking a hiatus from the podcast after this episode. From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you for your support. One hundred and forty episodes is a tremendous milestone and I am proud of the stories I have been able to share and hope it inspired you, the listener. L ...…
 
Today's podcast guest is Gillian Whitcombe of Crafting a Rainbow and the Sewcialists. Living in Canada, Gillian is a teacher, sewist, wife and community builder. She learned to sew at an early age and started her blog, Crafting a Rainbow, in 2011. After serving as an editor for the Curvy Sewing Collective, Gillian revitalized the Sewcialists we ...…
 
PJ Novak wrote the history of Huntington on a postcard. A librarian, archivist and dedicated deltiologist, she is also the author of Huntington from the Postcard History Series of Arcadia Press. On this episode she walks us through the many hamlets and villages of Huntington at the turn of the last century, pointing out the buildings, the bobsl ...…
 
Today's podcast episode is a bit different than those of the past. I became interested in the Social Justice Sewing Academy in April of last year while working on my "Make a Difference" series and highlighted their work in this post. Since then, I have watched their progress through social media and saw pieces of their work firsthand at Quilt C ...…
 
The Long Island Ducks personified an era and a brand of hockey. From 1959 to 1973, they fought, checked, and slashed their way through the Eastern Hockey League and the Long Island Arena in Commack. If this sounds vaguely familiar, think back to the 1977 film Slap Shot with Paul Newman. Newman's character, Reg Dunlop, was based on the Duck's de ...…
 
Today's podcast guest is Kim Eichler-Messmer. Living in Kansas City, Kim is a teacher, author of Modern Color: An Illustrated Guide to Dyeing Fabric for Modern Quilts, fabric designer for Marcus Fabrics, owner of the Kansas City Textile Studio, textile artist and wife. Growing up in a creative household, Kim learned to sew from her father. She ...…
 
Today's guest is Freddy Moran. Living in northern California, Freddy is a fiber artist, author, teacher, matriarch of quilting and mother of five boys and grandmother to eight girls and five boys. During our discussion, we talk about her relationship with Gwen Marston, her passion for color, how she creates with macular degeneration and her thr ...…
 
We've been tracking the history of the Culper Spy Ring for a while on the Project but today we go to the source - two primary sources to be exact. Kristen Nyitray, Director of Special Collections and University Archives at Stony Brook, and Chris Filstrup, former Dean of SBU Libraries, discuss their pursuit and acquisition of two letters by Geor ...…
 
Gil Bergen was the long-time superintendent of the Connetquot River State Park Preserve in Oakdale. His association with the park goes back to 1945 when he started working at what was then the storied South Side Sportsmen's Club. This intervew, recorded in 2007 at the Park, includes Sallie Kachell and Rhoda McManus of Oakdale. You'll hear Gil d ...…
 
Mary Lou Cohalan and friends bought the Suffolk County News in the late 1960s. Hear about the trials and tribulations of running a hometown paper on Long Island, from the every day of school votes and local government to the extraordinary catastrophes that drop out of the sky. Further Research The Suffolk County News Sayville Cabinet for the Sick…
 
Today's guest is Ellen Baker of the Long Thread. Living in Atlanta, Georgia, Ellen is a fabric designer for Kokka Fabrics, maker, author of 1,2, 3 Sew and 1, 2, 3 Quilt, as well as being a wife and mother. During our discussion, we talk about changes in the quilting and making community over the last decade, how she integrates imperfection in h ...…
 
Chris Bodkin concludes his visit to Sayville past with this third installment. We talk about his mother's trips out here during the Great Depression, Father Divine and the African American community, and Dr. Bard, dentist to the stars and first ladies.By kretzc@dowling.edu (Chris Kretz).
 
Longtime Sayville resident Chris Bodkin continues his look back at Sayville's history. Today we talk about his time as a captain on the Fire Island Ferries and his move into local politics. Then we look at a few of the stories behind Sayville's war veterans memorialized in Sparrow Park. Chapter 3 of Chris' story is coming soon.…
 
Long-time Sayvile resident Chris Bodkin discusses his childhood in 1950s Sayville: life on the bay, Main Street, and the unexpected thrill of the first pizza store.By kretzc@dowling.edu (Chris Kretz).
 
Today's guest is Erin Burke Harris of House on Hill Road. Living in Louisville, Kentucky, Erin is a quilter, maker, author of Quilt Essential and Make Your Own Medallion as well as being a wife and mother. During our discussion, we talk about living with a visual impairment, why she initially held back on the publication of her second book, Mak ...…
 
Special feed-only episode! Six stories of learning to drive on Long Island.By kretzc@dowling.edu (Chris Kretz).
 
Henry Livingston came to Babylon in 1869 and founded the South Side Signal. He made an immediate splash advocating for Babylon to split from the town of Huntington and went on to lead the paper into the 20th century. On this episode, Babylon Town Historian Mary Cascone relates the history of the paper: its influence, evolution, and style. We al ...…
 
Today's guest is Meg McElwee. Living in North Carolina, Meg is a garment maker and designer as well as author of the book Sew Liberated and Growing Up Sew Liberated, teacher, wife and mother. During our conversation, we talk about how Montessori led to her pattern business, the way her life changed after becoming a "heart Mom", pride versus bra ...…
 
Mark R. Smith saves time in a bottle, literally. His antique bottle collection preserves the memory of local dairies, pharmacies, hotels and more. It also tells the story of a time when milkmen roamed the earth, when an outhouse was a man's castle, and when just about anything could be labeled "medicine." Listen as Mark walks us through the his ...…
 
Today's guest is Rebecca Ringquist. Living in Portland, Oregon, Rebecca is a textile artist, author of the book Rebecca Ringquist's Embroidery Workshops, owner of Dropcloth Samplers, Bernina sewing machine ambassador, wife and mother. During our conversation, we talk about how her work began and has evolved through moves and motherhood, her bes ...…
 
The 1989 fire that nearly destroyed the Terry-Ketcham Inn brought Bert Seides to tears but it also set him on the road to saving the historic Moriches landmark. Building from a small group of volunteers meeting around Mary and Van Field’s kitchen table, Bert marshaled support and learned to navigate a maze of regulations, paperwork, and governm ...…
 
Bob Keeler wrote the book on Newsday, a candid history detailing the origin story of Long Island's original tabloid. On this episode we discuss that history, including the relationship of Alicia Patterson and Harry Guggenheim, the rollicking newsroom of the '50s and '60s, and more. Bob also relates his own history at the paper, including his at ...…
 
Today's guest is Kathryn Clark. Living in San Francisco and Sonoma, California, Kathryn is a textile artist, maker, wife and mother. During our conversation, we talk about her Foreclosure Quilt series, as seen in the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, how she connects her voice to her work, craft as a fine art medium and mo ...…
 
Imagine a city rising from the fields of Suffolk County in the early 20th cenutry, a wooden metropolis covering almost 20,000 acres. It has its own post office, theater, library and fire department. The place could fit close to 40,000 people with room for 15,000 horses. Imagine that and you've got Camp Upton. Today our guests Suzanne Johnson an ...…
 
Maritza Soto is today's guest. She is a maker, teacher, wife and mother. Her quilt, Go North, is on the cover of the newly released Modern Quilts book from the Modern Quilt Guild. During our conversation, we talk about the making of Go North, the reaction she received to her "I'm with Her" quilt block, how she approaches both her improv and str ...…
 
Few authors are more synonymous with a place and point in time than F. Scott Fitzgerald. His Great Gatsby came to define the 1920s and cast a golden aura across Long Island’s North Shore for all time. On today’s episode, Charles Riley guides us through the birth of The Great Gatsby and Fitzgerald’s struggle to make it into a masterpiece. Charle ...…
 
Melanie Cardone-Leathers is the Local History Librarian at the Longwood Public Library. Today she regales us with tales covering three centuries and many locations. There is Benjamin Tallmadge burning the British hay at Coram during the Revolution. And the boot-strapping of Gordon Heights by African Americans from Harlem and beyond. How about C ...…
 
Carol Gilliam is the Black Heritage Librarian at Roosevelt Public Library where she oversees a collection dedicated to black culture and history. On this episode we discuss the growth and use of the collection as well as the Harlem Renaissance, Chuck D and Julius Irving. We also cover the history of Roosevelt, known as Rum Point for most of the ...…
 
Today's guest is Tara Faughnan. Living in Oakland, California, Tara is a textile designer, quilter, teacher and wife. During our conversation, we talk about how she has developed her sense of color, her double wedding ring and Pine Burr quilts, the importance of valuing your work, and her upcoming role as a Quilt Con judge. I hope you enjoy thi ...…
 
As the fourth guest in my Slow Making series, today's guest is Mark Lipinski of Pickle Road Studios. After a career in television production, including shows like Oprah, the View, Crossing Over and Sally Jesse Raphael, Mark decided to follow his creative passion and enter the quilting world. Never content to stay on the sidelines, Mark founded ...…
 
Bill Bleyer has a knack for finding history - or maybe it finds him. He had front row seats for Woodstock, did battle with Robert Moses, and got tear-gassed at the 1972 Republican National Convention. Now, after a decades-long career in journalism at Newsday, he writes books about the history of Long Island. Today's interview covers Bill's care ...…
 
It's the summer of 1885 and an industrious and itinerant hotel man named Frank P. Thompson is making history on Long Island. Working for the season at the Argyle Hotel in Babylon, Frank forms a baseball team for exhibition games and barnstorming through the area. Some say they formed as the Black Panthers but they went on to become the Cuban Gi ...…
 
Continuing October's mini series on the value of slow making, today's podcast guest is Katrina Rodabaugh. Living in New York, Katrina Rodabaugh is a writer, mender, natural dyer, teacher, wife, and mother. During our conversation, we talk about her five year Make Thrift Mend challenge and how one decision about sustainability can lead to a casc ...…
 
We're looking back to the Hurricane of 1938 on this episode. Called "The Long Island Expresss" by some, "The Great New England Hurricane" by others, remembered by all who lived through it. Today you'll hear five people, recorded back in 2008, recalling their experiences from Brooklyn out to Orient and up into Massachusetts. Children at the time ...…
 
Sarah Kautz, preservation director of the Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities, joins us to discuss their new list of most endangered historic places on Long Island. From the homes of African American and Native American workers to the grand estates of the Gilded Age, each site offers a window into the Island's past and to th ...…
 
Today's guest is Karen Templer of Fringe Supply Co. and Fringe Association. Living in Nashville, Karen is a garment maker, knitter, store owner, community builder and wife. We talk about her career revolving around her values of content, commerce and community, why she started Slow Fashion October and small changes people can make to create a m ...…
 
Today's podcast is the first in a mini series about slow making and I am honored to present Samantha Lindgren of A Gathering of Stitches as my first guest. Living in Maine, Samantha is a teacher, garment sewist, quilter, community builder and hosts the Slow Stitching and Slow Fashion retreats. We talk about how experience is more satisfying tha ...…
 
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