On this week’s show they talk about the lack of competition between newspapers, how does society reflect journalism and much more.[Continue reading...] about #1304: The End Of Newspaper Competition
Is the devil in the details? On this episode of Listen With The Lights On, we explore how to capitalize on basic human fear to compose a creepy narrative, examine scary tropes, share our favorite spooky reads and try to come up with a spine-tingling tale of our own…in two sentences or less. Novelist and […][Continue reading...] about What Makes A Story Scary?
On this week’s Gazette: amid questions over a federal probe, a board controlled by Governor Andrew Cuomo and the legislative leaders voted to approve over $485 million for the Buffalo Billion project, our political observer Alan Chartock shares his thoughts on the Buffalo Billion vote, and health advocates gather at the state capitol in Albany […][Continue reading...] about #1622: Millions Of Dollars Approved For The Buffalo Billion Project
Memorial Day marks the start of many of the region’s farmer’s markets – or at least the start of their outdoor markets. Today we have brought in Chef Rob Handel of the Bees Knees Café atHeather Ridge Farm in Preston Hollow, New York, as well as the farm’s owner, Carol Clement. They’re going to walk […][Continue reading...] about Food Friday: Navigating Your Farmers Market
We had a great conversation with Hali Bey Ramdene, food editor of The Kitchn. She gave us some really great tips on summer cooking![Continue reading...] about 010 Hali Bey Ramdene | Summer Cooking
On this week’s 51%, we hear from a woman who supplies pro-bono attorneys to low-income women who are victims of domestic violence. We meet a woman who teaches skills to deaf children through education and theater and we bring you two very different stories about proms, from Montana to Ireland.[Continue reading...] about #1401: Where Domestic Violence Meets The Law