Joseph Campbell, President of Seneca Lake Guardian, talks about a proposed new garbage transfer facility to be constructed in the Town of Cayuta, in Schuyler County. The New York Department of Environmental Conservation has determined that the facility poses no environmental impact to the surrounding area. Campbell discusses why his organization disagrees with the DEC’s…

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Adam Zonder, Production Manager of the Hangar Theatre talks about a special virtual rally taking place Tuesday, September 1st, called “The Red Alert Solidarity Movement”.   This movement is being put on by the National Independent Venue Association, or NIVA, and is promoted on social media with #SaveOurStages. NIVA is also posting information at http://wemakeevents.org. DJ…

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To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Crazy Words, Crazy Tune combined popular songs from 1945 with archival radio news and audio curiosities from that special summer. Originally broadcast August 7, 2020, noon to 2pm. Hosted by Roger Smith. (part 2 of 2) [photo: Maurice Rocco, from the motion…

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Cornell Botanic Gardens presents a remote youth education program called “Plants Have Families, Too”! The program is facilitated by Raylene Ludgate, Youth Education Coordinator, as well as by Graduate Students in the Cornell School of Integrative Plant Science. The 4 week program is directed towards youth age 8 to 11 years old. Youth who are…

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Life as we know it has changed for everyone amid the pandemic, and we’ve been plunged into a period of uncertainty about how long this virus will continue to upend our lives. Up next on our program, WRFI News intern Jon Donville brings us a story about managing that uncertainty, amid a newfound obstacle that…

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