Montpelier, VT – It is Town Meeting Day in Vermont - the traditional day when voters elect local officials and determine communities' budgets and issues. This year Vermont has an additional spotlight on its proceedings because it is one of four states holding a presidential primary. WAMC's North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley has more.
Albany, NY – Joe and Julia speak with director of the museum Dr. Cynthia Cook and curator of the exhibit Herman Eberhard about the new long running exhibit, "Action and Action Now, FDR's First 100 Days", at the FDR Museum in Hyde Park, NY.
Albany, NY – speak with Stephanie Copeland, the president and director of author Edith Warton's estate The Mount in Lennox, Massachusetts. The restoration of this estate has cost millions of dollars and if a mortgage payment cannot be made by March 24, The Mount will have to foreclose. Copland is launching a campaign to raise $3 million by March 24.
Albany, NY – Joe and Julia speak with the distinguished actor Edward Herrmann, who helped kick off The Presidential Library and Museum's new FDR exhibit Hyde Park, NY this weekend. The exhibit is called "Action and Action Now" and celebrates the 75th anniversary of FDR's New Deal.
Kingston, NY – We're a long way from the presidential candidates stumping across the country by rail on a Whistlestop tour. Campaign 2008 is high tech...using not only computers but telephones to reach out to voters and the media. Hudson Valley bureau chief Susan Barnett gives you a behind the scenes look at the race for the presidency.