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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Yukari Roja, Jackson Emmer, Trevor Wilson at Spotty Dog news
Oct 10, 2009
Watch video above of Yukari Roja, Jackson Emmer, and Trevor Wilson performing live from Spotty Dog Fri. Oct. 9, 2009 on WGXC.Click here to listen or download audio mp3 of Yukair Roja's performance.Cli...
Protesters turn out at Catskill post office news
Aug 23, 2020
On Aug. 22 there were protests around the country at post offices. In the Hudson Valley, there were demonstrations from Delhi to Catskill. WGXC's Neva Wartell attended the Catskill event, and spoke wi...
Delta, Jet Blue suspend service to Stewart Intl. news
Sep 29, 2020
MidHudsonNews [dot] com is reporting Jet Blue and Delta airlines have suspended service to New York Stewart International Airport indefinitely. When the COVID-19 emergency hit the region, Jet Blue sus...
Hawatmah running a stealth write-in campaign news
Oct 06, 2020
Bryan LoRusso posted on Facebook this weekend about Ola Hawatmah's stealth campaign as a write-in candidate for the 19th Congressional District seat now held by Democrat Antonio Delgado. Hawatmah lost...
Tonko at Women's March in Albany news
Oct 18, 2020
Several hundred people turned out to the Women's March in Albany Oct. 17, as did thousands at similar marches across the country. Rep. Paul Tonko, who represents Albany County in Congress, was at the...
An extra hour of 2020 tonight news
Oct 31, 2020
There is an extra hour of 2020 tonight at 2 a.m., as Daylight Savings Time returns. Folks should turn back their clocks at 2 a.m. Nov. 1, or upon waking up on Sunday. Also on Nov. 1 anyone over the ag...
Postal Service hiring to fill 100 jobs in Albany news
Nov 10, 2020
The Times Union is reporting the U.S. Postal Service will conduct a job fair Wed., Nov. 11, to fill 100 positions in the Capital Region in time for the holiday rush. Capital Region residents intereste...
More bad COVID-19 news locally news
Dec 22, 2020
The current rise locally in COVID-19 cases may be a bump from Thanksgiving, or the bump after the bump from Thanksgiving. Either way, the numbers are not good. For the third time in recent days, Colum...
As COVID-19 cases climb locally, Catskill schools extend remote learning news
Jan 03, 2021
The year 2021 did not begin any better than 2020 locally for COVID-19. Several records were broken, and none of them were good. In
Columbia County reaches record COVID-19 hospitalizations news
Jan 05, 2021
Jeff Hunter at WTEN in Albany reports that Columbia County's Department of Health announced a record number of COVID-19 hospitalizations on Jan. 4. Columbia County Health Director Jack Mabb said the...
Audio Feature: Wright announces candidacy for Rensselaer County Executive news
Mar 15, 2021
MediaSanctuary · A New Rensselaer County Executive Candidate Gwen Wright launched her campaign to unseat Rensselaer County Executive Steve McLaughlin on Saturday, March 6 with an online rally. WOOC c...
Audio Feature: Green Party's Peter LaVenia discusses state budget news
Apr 08, 2021
MediaSanctuary · LaVenia Green Party NYS Budget 9'57 4 - 7-2021 Peter LaVenia, state co-chair of the Green Party of NY, discusses the recently passed state budget with WOOC's Mark Dunlea. Issues...
Bacteria levels close Kingston Point Beach news
Aug 13, 2021
The Daily Freeman reports that Kingston Point Beach was closed again Aug. 13 due to “slightly elevated bacteria levels” by the Ulster County Department of Health. After a series of heavy rains the Hu...
Two more COVID-19 deaths in Dutchess County news
Sep 14, 2021
The Daily Freeman reports about two more COVID-19 deaths in Dutchess County, announced Sept. 13. That makes six in the last five days, and 12 for the month. Better news, though, was that they only ann...
Alligator found in Dutchess County news
Sep 17, 2021
MidHudson News reports that while scientists have sounded alarms about global warming, there have been few warnings about alligators surfacing in Dutchess County until now. On Sept. 14 the New York St...
Audio Feature: Champlain Hudson Power Express news
Sep 22, 2021
New York Governor Kathy Hochul recently announced that she had chosen the Champlain Hudson Power Express to build transmission lines to bring electricity from Hydro Quebec to NYC. Gary Wockner of Nort...
Audio Feature: PFOA pollution in Rensselaer County news
Sep 24, 2021
WOOC's Steve Pierce speaks with Poestenkill Town Board member Eric Wohlleber about newly-discovered PFOA pollution in Rensselaer County drinking water and a public meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. on Mond...
Rain soaks area news
Sep 24, 2021
Lori Todd reports in the Times Union about how much rain fell on the area Sept. 23. Up to three inches fell on parts of Greene County. Tannersville reported 3.2 inches of rain. Millbrook in Dutchess C...
Hochul reports better COVID-19 news in New York news
Jan 18, 2022
David Robinson and Mike Stucka report in the Poughkeepsie Journal that for the week ending Jan. 16, New York added 360,560 new COVID-19 cases. That sounds like a lot, but it is down about 39 percent f...