Are UFOs and alien encounters the stuff of science fiction, or are we really not alone out there in the universe? On this episode of Listen with the Lights On, we visit a UFO Conference in Kingston, New York, where a few dedicated individuals are devoted to unearthing the truth behind this popular modern lore. […][Continue reading...] about Unidentified Flying Objects
On this week’s show they talk about Donald Trump threatening the press again, The Psychiatric Question: Is It Fair to Analyze Donald Trump From Afar?, whether a new law will really make Illinois’ FOIA stronger?, Broadcasters getting ‘videobombed,’ and much more.[Continue reading...] about #1316: Is It Fair To Analyze Donald Trump From Afar?
On this week’s Gazette: An ethics reform measure approved by the legislature at the end of the legislative session still hasn’t been signed by the Governor, our political observer Alan Chartock shares his thoughts on the Governor’s relationship with state democrats, and A local mayor and a Congressman joined forces to call for additional federal […][Continue reading...] about #1634: Ethics Reform Measure Sits On Governor’s Desk
If you’re a sports fan, this has to be a great time of year for you. First of all, the Olympics are everywhere. Then there’s the baseball pennant races, College and Pro Football getting underway. Student athletes of all ages from Pee Wee to Division One will be doing their best to be their best […][Continue reading...] about #1352: “The Steroid Debate”
On this week’s 51%, it’s time to interest more girls in coding. And a new book and video game feature a previously atypical girl. I’m Allison Dunne and this is 51%.[Continue reading...] about #1413: Getting More Girls To Code
WAMC’s Alan Chartock speaks with New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.[Continue reading...] about #1634: NYS Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli