Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
Use the form below to search the entire wavefarm.org site and archive. See also: Wave Farm's Transmission Art Archive, a specialized online resource of artists' experiments with the electromagnetic spectrum in form or concept. The Wave Farm Broadcast Radio Art Archive, 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 broadcast.
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State of emergency ends in Copake news
Oct 31, 2011
A State of Emergency in the Town of Copake ends at 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, according to Columbia County Emergency Management officials. There were extensive power outages in Copake and many areas in C...
Quinnipiac University pulls plug on college station news
Sep 06, 2006
Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT recently removed the tower for their student run FM station. No notice was given to the students, as they simply returned to school with WQAQ off the air. According...
Squetti improvisation with radio news
Mar 28, 2015
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Sewage discharge in Catskill Creek Dec. 1 news
Dec 02, 2016
The Village of Catskill Wastewater Treatment Plant released almost 15,000 gallons of "permitted overflow sewage discharge" early Dec. 1 at 135 Main St. into Catskill Creek, according to the state Depa...
Missing Hudson woman found news
Nov 03, 2016
The Daily Freeman reports that a Hudson woman who was reported missing, “has been located and is in good health,” according to state police. Police did not say where Darlene A. Cowden, 56, was found,...
Road work may slow Albany commute news
Nov 01, 2011
Traffic may be a bit thicker heading into Albany Tue., Nov. 1, as there will be temporary lane closures on I-87 northbound from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., the New York State Thruway Authority reports. Repai...
New signs for Catskill Park news
Jun 10, 2010
From Watershed Post, preliminary design by, "a crack team of town supervisors and tourism directors working with a graphic designer from the New York State Department of Transportation" for new sign...
Audio Feature: Cyrille Aimée previews Jazz for ARC fundraiser news
May 20, 2016
Photo from cyrillemusic.com. An interview by Cheryl K. with internationally renowned vocalist Cyrille Aimée from "The Jazz Disturbance" May 19. Aimée and guitarist Michael Valeanu perform at The Falc...
Bill would put parole info online news
Jun 14, 2016
News10 TV in Albany is reporting that New York state lawmakers have passed a bill requiring that decisions on parole appeals be published in a publicly accessible website within 60 days in a searchabl...
WGXC New Year's Masquerade Ball news
Dec 17, 2009
The Incident Report window at 348 Warren St. in Hudson is now devoted to WGXC and our New Year's Masquerade Ball fundraiser. The display will stay up through New Year's. Photo by Max Goldfarb.
Audio Feature: Hudson Legal Committee meeting 20190327 news
Mar 28, 2019
Click here to download or play the March 27, 2019 Hudson Legal Committee meeting March 19, 2019 recorded by Dan Udell. There was discussion about affordable housing, and sidewalks.
Columbia gains jobs; Greene loses news
Jan 23, 2012
The Mid-Hudson News Network reports in The Daily Freeman that employment rose 1.4 percent in Columbia County in 2011, and fell 3.9 percent in Greene County. Ulster County gained 2.6 percent in employm...
Register-Star loses another reporter news
May 03, 2011
Andrew Amelinckx, the Register-Star's crime reporter who also co-hosts the "Difficult Histories" program on WGXC, is leaving the newspaper for the Berkshire Eagle in Massachusetts. His last day at the...
Audio Feature: Greene County Jail Review Workshop meeting: 201890411 news
Apr 11, 2018
Click here to download or play the Greene County Jail Review Workshop meeting from the Greene County Legislature. The beginning of the meeting is missing, and the end of the meeting the legislators go...
Faso speaks with protesters in Kinderhook news
Jan 28, 2017
Congressperson John Faso held an unscheduled town hall meeting in the streets of Kinderhook Jan. 28, after many protesters descended on his office and home there. Click here the hear the audio of Faso...
Cuomo announces 154 budget vetoes news
Apr 22, 2017
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on April 20 154 vetoes of items in the FY 2018 Enacted Budget. The vetoes include 13 reappropriations for items that had previously been fully paid out, according to Cu...
Pair face felony charges for allegedly disclosing grand jury information news
Mar 21, 2018
The Times Union is reporting two Columbia County residents are facing felony charges over allegations they unlawfully disclosed confidential information they learned about while serving on a county gr...
Audio Feature: Karen Murtagh of Prisoners Legal Services of New York news
Jan 10, 2019
A report from WOOC-LP, WGXC's partner station in Troy, New York. They write,"[WOOC] correspondent Corinne Carey [talks with] executive director of Prisoners Legal Services of New York, Karen Murtagh,...
Columbia County closes Healthcare Agency news
Jul 27, 2016
Mid-Hudson News reports that on July 25 the Columbia County Health Department began closing its Certified Home Healthcare Agency. Interim County Public Health Director John Mabb said state laws have a...