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Jazz guitarist Paul Meyers
Jazz guitarist Paul Meyers

Barb Heller's extended interview with Paul Meyers

Here is a longer version of Barb Heller's interview with Paul Meyers from August 2014 with three complete songs performed in our studio.  Go to full article
Paul Meyers (courtesy www.paulmeyers.info)

Jazz guitarist Paul Meyers teams with old friends for two concerts this weekend

Potsdam native Paul Meyers returns to the North Country this weekend to play concerts in Edwards and Potsdam. He recently spoke with Barb Heller.  Go to full article
Hoff the Harmonica Case Man in action. Photo: Meredith Coeyman

Listen: the guy with the most harmonica cases in the world plays a tune

There's an unusual art opening this Friday in Burlington. The SEABA gallery will show what it calls "the largest collection of handmade harmonica cases in the world."

The owner spends many of his Saturdays showing off his collection at the Burlington farmers market.

David Sommerstein bumped into him last summer and sent this Heard Up North.  Go to full article
Chan Harris

Preview: "Greater Tuna" in Westport

The summer season continues this month at the Depot Theatre in Westport with Greater Tuna, the classic comedy about small town life in Texas.

The two-person...  Go to full article
Photo:  St. Lawrence International Film Festival website

LA filmmaker plans international film festival for Canton

A filmmaker from Los Angeles, with family ties to the North Country, is launching an international film festival in St. Lawrence County. Adam Paul grew up in Schenectady and...  Go to full article
Chan Harris as Mr. & Mrs. Bumiller, Trip Plymale as Jody & Charlene  Photo: Depot Theatre

Theatre Review: "Greater Tuna" at the Depot Theatre in Westport NY

The two-man comedy "Greater Tuna" opened Off-Broadway in 1982 to rave reviews. It's been an audience favorite ever since. It runs at the Depot Theatre through August 17.  Go to full article
Alison Deon as Gwendolen  Photo: Jay Kopenski

Theatre Review: "The Importance of Being Earnest" at the 1000 Islands Playhouse

Oscar Wilde, (1854-1900), had a diverse literary output, but his greatest talent was writing a series of popular comedies. "The Importance of Being Earnest" appeared in 1895...  Go to full article
Wild Center visitors Manny and Betsy, use watercolors, brushes and sponges to paint trees in the open studio art space at the "Moments" exhibit. Photo: Todd Moe

Art in the park: when nature meets art at the Wild Center

Visitors to the Wild Center in Tupper Lake this summer are being encouraged to pick up a paintbrush or camera and capture a moment in the natural world. It's part of a...  Go to full article
The Brass Firemen. Photo courtesy Norwood Village Green Concert Series

Norwood Village Green Concert Series wraps up this weekend

The Norwood Village Green Concert Series concludes its season with concerts by North Country musicians tonight (Thursday) and Sunday.

Barb Heller talks with series...  Go to full article
Allen Blagden traveled to the Wild Center to paint the resident porcupine Stickley especially for the "Moments" exhibit.  Photo: Wild Center

Watercolorist Allen Blagden inspires "Moments" exhibit in Tupper Lake

The art of one of the nation's best watercolorists is on display at the Wild Center in Tupper Lake. It's part of the inspiration for the "Moments, Reimagining Nature through...  Go to full article

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