Albany, NY – It is not every day that you can view a Picasso, a Warhol, and two incarnations of Elizabeth Taylor all without leaving the Berkshires. But The Loring Gallery in Sheffield, Massachusetts has gathered up several of these iconic works for their latest exhibition titled The Big Boys. The man who made it possible, Gary Bruder of Gary Bruder LLC Gallery in New York City, tells us all about it.
Albany, NY – Dogs have been with people for a long time, for thousands of years they aided us in our survival, and they now serve as valued companions for many dog owners. Jennifer Hicks has completed a series of works which explore the relationship between humans and dogs. Founder and owner of the BE Gallery, Barbara Esmark, talks about the exhibit, and all of the exciting happenings at the gallery.
Albany, NY – Travel writer Patricia Schultz made travel guides cool again with her bestselling book 1000 Places To See Before You Die. Now she turns her eye to our continent with 1000 Places to See In The USA and Canada Before You Die. Her first book has sold over 2.3 million copies and spawned a television show on the Travel Channel. She is a veteran journalist who has written for Frommer's, Berlitz and Access Travel Guides. She speaks with Joe Donahue about how the new volume came about and if it was always her intention to do a second volume.
Albany, NY – Diana Abu-Jaber is known for her books with Middle Eastern subjects, but now her her new novel, "Origin," follows a police lab technician in Syracuse, New York, as she tries to solve a mysterious series of babies' deaths, as well as the mystery of her own birth and origins.
You have heard some fish tales in your life - well, Ward has one for us. He'll tell us about his 70-pound plus fish from the Hudson River. We'll hear of an environmental reunion. Plus, we will answer your letters that ask about dragon flies, swarming honey bees and the decline of songbirds. Are fewer birds singing? Ward has the answers.