Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
Use the form below to search the entire Wave Farm site and organizational archive including artists, audio, broadcasts, events, images, locations, news, radio shows, text, video, and artworks. See also: Wave Farm's Transmission Art Archive, a specialized online resource of artists' experiments with the electromagnetic spectrum in form or concept. Wave Farm's Broadcast Radio Art Archive is an online resource and broadcast series that aims to identify, coalesce, and celebrate historical and contemporary international radio artworks created specifically for terrestrial AM/FM/shortwave broadcast.
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Three Republicans indicted on absentee ballot fraud charges in Rensselaer County news
Apr 28, 2023
Brendan J. Lyons reports in the Times Union that three Rensselaer County government officials have been indicted on federal criminal charges of using fraud and intimidation to obtain absentee ballots...
Local Republicans vote for, Democrats vote against, raising debt ceiling with many budget cuts news
Apr 27, 2023
CNN reports that House Republicans on April 26 voted for a bill to increase the federal debt limit, but it comes with all sorts of budget cuts that mean it will not pass in the Senate. Rep. Kelly Arms...
Amtrak may close Rhinecliff station temporarily if they can't find more parking spaces news
May 16, 2023
William J. Kemble reports in the Daily Freeman that Amtrak will discontinue stops at the 109-year-old Rhinecliff station temporarily if a new parking area can’t be found, according to Rhinebeck Superv...
Engineers predict Hudson-Athens Lighthouse will sink into the Hudson River within five years if not fixed news
May 19, 2023
Raymond Pignone reports for Columbia-Greene Media that engineers predict that the Hudson-Athens Lighthouse will collapse and sink into the Hudson River within five years unless work begins soon to rep...
Molinaro, Stefanik support debt limit bill, while Ryan leans toward a vote for it news
May 31, 2023
Paul Kirby reports in the Daily Freeman that Republican Rep. Marc Molinaro said on May 30 that he will vote for a debt ceiling bill negotiated by President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy....
Two local houses nominated for State and National Registers of Historic Places news
Jun 09, 2023
Andrea Macko from Porcupine Soup reports that the State and National Registers of Historic Places nominated two local properties this week. Fairview Manor in Columbia County and The Alpine in Greene C...