Perhaps only a cat with its nine lives can claim to have more than Theodore Bikel has had. Folk singer; theater, film and television actor; radio host; president of Actors' Equity; political activist; Jewish spokesman, and author are some of the many careers to which Mr. Bikel can lay claim.
Montpelier, VT – Town Meeting Day ballot voting is complete in Vermont. Voters chose selectboard and school board members and decided on numerous articles in communities across the state. WAMC's North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley has more.
Albany, NY – Consumer Confidence among New Yorkers has collapsed: A new Siena Poll charts the Empire State 18 points below the sagging National Consumer Confidence Rate. WAMC's Capital District Bureau Chief Dave Lucas has details.
Albany, NY – Joe and David speak with our resident tech attorney Rich Honen about the proclamation that we would all be better off if government was run like a business. Honen thinks that perhaps the government vs. big business debate is not correct.
Pine Plains, NY – An environmental group is arguing with the size of a project to build nearly a thousand 'million dollar' vacation homes in a sleepy Dutchess County town. The project is midway through the environmental impact comment period and Hudson Valley bureau chief Susan Barnett has an update.
Albany, NY – Susan Barnett takes a look at the efforts to educate the next generation about global warming and the green revolution. Global warming has been a more prominent issue and now the concern is what will the citizens of tomorrow do to reduce green house gases?