Thursday, June 12, 2014 local almanac
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="128"] Cairo: High 72F; low 62F.[/caption]
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="125"] Catskill: High 70F; low 53F.[/caption]
READ TEMPERATURE IN HUDSON: On thermometer in Studio A.
FAR LEFT: The temperature on the far left is from the Hawthorne Valley Farm Weather Page.
MIDDLE TEMP: Cairo from Weather Underground page.
FAR RIGHT: Catskill from Weather Underground page.
Local weather forecast
Today’s forecast is specific to Catskill, in Greene County:
Today: A chance of showers, with thunderstorms also possible after 2 p.m. Cloudy. A high near 71. Chance of precipitation is 50 percent. Thursday night, showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm. Cloudy. Low around 64. Chance of precipitation is 60 percent.
Forecast for the next three days:
Friday: Showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm. Cloudy. High near 78. Friday night, showers and thunderstorms likely before midnight, then a chance of showers. Mostly cloudy. Low around 59.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High near 77. Saturday night, clear. Low around 54.
Sunday: Sunny. High near 82. Sunday night, partly cloudy. Low around 57.
Today is the second Thursday of the month.
WGXC suggests calling ahead to confirm time and location.
CHATHAM Village meeting at 7:30 p.m. at Village Hall, 77 Main Street, Chatham (392-5821).
COLUMBIA COUNTY Board of Supervisors Pine Haven subcommittee meeting at 5:30 p.m. at 401 State St. in Hudson.
COPAKE Town Board meeting at 7 p.m. at Town Hall, 230 Mountainview Road, Copake (329-1234).
GALLATIN Town Board meeting at 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall, 667 Route 7, Ancram (398-7519).
GREENE COUNTY Finance & Audit committee meets at 5 p.m. at County Building, 411 Main St., Catskill (719-3270).
KINDERHOOK Planning Board Workshop meeting at 7 p.m. at Town Hall, 4 Church St, Niverville (784-2233).
LIVINGSTON Town board meets at 7 p.m. at Town Hall, 119 County Route 19.
STUYVESANT Town board meets at 7 p.m. at Town Hall, 5 Sunset Drive, Stuyvesant (758-6248).
TANNERSVILLE Village trustees meet at 7 p.m. in their Village Hall on Route 23A.
WINDHAM Town board meets at 8 p.m. at Town Hall, 371 State Rt. 296, Hensonville (734-4170).
The day ahead on WGXC 90.7-FM
12:05 a.m.: Radio Stew: Cellphonia Wave Farm artist-in-residence Steve Bull explains his "Cellphonia" project, with listeners able to call in and leave a message to participate. To participate 518-512-0518 to call in and talk farming with Steve Bull's "Cellphonia" project. He's asking listeners to call in with sounds, stories, music and more, to create an ever-morphing song of the WGXC listening audience. Live from Wave Farm. "Cellphonia: Wave Farm," is both a physical installation and an ephemeral Internet performance. The project explores the intersection of site-specific environmental sounds with the intervention of computer code algorithm processing using public participation through a call-in phone number with live manipulation by the artists in the outdoor acoustic space. Listeners can participate by calling the "Cellphonia: Wave Farm" phone number: (518) 512-0518.
3 a.m. Live to Air "Live to Air" comprises an international compilation of artists' sound works. Forty-five artists, including Hank Bull, Marina Abramovic, Barbara Ess, Vito-Acconci, and others were invited to make a work for the context of Audio Arts with an approximate duration of five minutes. The medium of magnetic tape, and the processes and technologies associated with sound recording, now represent a significant and growing area of art practice that has, until now, been largely overlooked. This work has no form other than playback from tape, as opposed to the recording function being used 'passively' as a method of retaining an acoustic event, or acting as a strategy for other work. Furthermore, the processes of working with sound provide artists with similar manipulative, structural and ideological freedoms and possibilities to those normally associated with the traditional media such as painting, sculpture and collage. In many respects, this audial/technological 'space' is parallel to the physical space of a gallery, yet extends it through the potential of widespread dissemination inherent in the multiple production of cassettes and through broadcasting.
6 a.m.: Background Briefing Hosted by Ian Masters.
7 a.m.: WGXC Morning Show News, weather, events, music and more. Hosted by Noah Reibel.
8 a.m.: Democracy Now! hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
9 a.m.: WGXC Morning Show continues.
10 a.m.: Prison Voices Project: Carolyn Polikarpus, Scott Thomas Carolyn Polikarpus and Scott Thomas of Re-entry Columbia will be in the studio to share their ongoing work to provide support and services for those being released from prison in Columbia County. Plus, stories of Prisoners are People Too!, organizing in Buffalo and throughout western, New York. Baba Eng and Karima Amin discuss their organizing work and their direct experiences with parole. And a segment honoring the life of Maya Angelou produced by Mumia Abu Jamal and Prison Radio. Hosted by Cory Fischer-Hoffman.
3 p.m.: Radio Theatre: Dangerous Curves An anthology series of dramas and comedies for radio. Each week a program will be made up of one radio play. Produced at KSVR Studios at the radio station KSVR-FM in Mount Vernon, Washington. The actors are from the Skagit Radio Repertory Company. The producer is Joseph C McGuire. Today, original stories written Dave Van Meer. First is "Dangerous Curves." A tale of revenge that features a "dead" woman getting back at the man who killed her. Second is "Roadside Attraction." Greed takes two women into the heart of destruction. Produced by Joseph C McGuire. Edited by Jay Charles. Performers: The Skagit Radio Repertory Company. Made with a grant from the Corporation For Public Broadcasting. From Pacifica Radio.
3:30 p.m.: Kids' Brain Radio Live from the Catskill Community Center. Hosted by Matt Bua and Sam Sebren.
4 p.m.: WGXC Afternoon Show
6 p.m.: Feature Story News