Albany, NY – Music guru Hal March is owner of Toonerville Trolly CDs and Records. His store is located in Williamstown, Massachusetts, and it is one of the last independent music stores in the area. Hal was on The Roundtable to talk about jazz, and about several recently released jazz albums.
Great Barrington, MA – Residents from through out Berkshire County gathered in Great Barrington to show their support for ending the war in Iraq. There were similar demonstrations elsewhere in the region and in the country.
Amherst, MA – The University of Massachusetts at Amherst is facing a year in transition,as the fall semester begins. The campus welcomed 500 business and government leaders this morning for the 41st annual community breakfast. WAMC's Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill reports....
Albany, NY – What causes an itch? What's the deal with photosynthesis? When does a stomach say, "enough is enough?" These questions and more are discussed on this edition of the Vox Pop Science Forum. Brian Shields hosts.
North Adams, MA – Putting institutional collaboration before cost, the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute is moving ahead with plans to utilize about 20,000 square feet of space at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams. Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo, has this update on the Clark's plans;
Albany, NY – A report released by the DEC Wildlife Pathology Unit documents the widespread availability of jewelry containing high levels of lead across 12 New York counties. Capital District Bureau Chief Dave Lucas reports.
Albany, NY – We currently live in very contentious political times. If you're wondering how this might have happened, Earl Shorris is probably the man to give you the answer. He's an author who recently wrote The Politics of Heaven: America in Fearful Times. The book outlines how religion has shaped American politics over time. In this WAMC's Katie Britton spoke with Shorris about his book.