A live podcast event recorded at the Olde English Pub in Albany, New York featuring the cast of the Original Albany Ghost Tour and fans discussing their stories of legend and lore.
Sebastian Barry is one of the most prominent Irish writers of his generation. In his latest novel, Days without End, he explores America through the eyes of a young Irish immigrant fighting in the great wars of the mid-19th century.
It’s about war, immigration, and the violent making of America, but also a moving love story between two gay men.
Originally aired as The Book Show #1491.
Joan Hubbard Cousins: After venturing out into the Alaskan wilderness in 1975, Joan is forced to reflect on the journey that put her there. Joan faces the dangers and fears of the true wild in the conclusion to this two part special. The stories featured are written adaptions from Joan’s nearly completed memoir: Hiding & […][Continue reading...] about Part II: Found | Joan Hubbard Cousins
On this episode of Food Friday: Leftovers we talk with Deanna Fox of Foxonfood.com and Rocco DeFazio of DeFazio’s Pizzeria about Italian cuisine.[Continue reading...] about 066 Deanna Fox and Rocco DeFazio | Italian Cuisine
On this week’s Media Project, Alan, Rex and Cailin talk about President Trump’s threats to NBC’s broadcast license and the threat to free speech, whether the media helped Harvey Weinstein lure his prey and smear his accusers, what happened to Megyn Kelly at NBC, your letters and much more.[Continue reading...] about #1376: Threats To NBC’s Broadcast License
On this week’s Gazette: New Yorkers will decide in November whether to strip state officials convicted of a felony of their pensions, our political observer Alan Chartock shares his thoughts on the other ballot question this November … to hold or not hold a constitutional convention, and environmental advocates react to the announcement that the EPA will […][Continue reading...] about #1741: To Hold Or Not To Hold… A Constitutional Convention