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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Snow covers local mountains news
Dec 20, 2019
While much of the snow that fell in the post-Thanksgiving storm has melted, local mountains are still covered in white. Hunter Mountain reports five lifts open over 36 trails with one to three feet of...
New York judges denied raises news
Dec 20, 2019
Dan M. Clark reports at Law.com that the Special Commission on Judicial Compensation isn't giving New York judges a raise this year, and they might not get one until 2024. The panel's ruling this week...
Catskill Mountain Foundation opens second mountaintop bookstore/gallery news
Dec 23, 2019
The Daily Freeman reports that the Catskill Mountain Foundation has opened a second gallery and bookstore, the Kaaterskill Shoppe, at 6042 Main St. in Tannersville. The Foundation also runs the Villag...
Abramović's Hudson property on the market news
Dec 30, 2019
Performance artist Marina Abramović has, at long last, listed her Hudson property for sale, more than two years after announcing she would abandon plans to create a performance art space in the former...
Audio Feature: City of Hudson Downtown Revitalization Initiative Meeting news
Jan 07, 2020
The Jan. 7 City of Hudson Downtown Revitalization Initiative Meeting was recorded from a live webstream created by the City of Hudson through the Wave Farm Radio app and WGXC.
Audio Feature: Albany County clean air law on hold news
Jan 12, 2020
From WOOC-LP: "The Albany Clean Air Law has been tabled until legislators can work out how the rule that bans tire and municipal waste burning will be enforced. In the meantime, residents of Albany...
Maloney backs Biden news
Jan 14, 2020
Caitlin Oprysko at Politico reports that Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney endorsed Joe Biden for the Democratic nomination for president on Jan. 13. Republican President Donald Trump won Maloney's lower Huds...
Reports of flu up in New York news
Jan 16, 2020
The Times Union reports that there have been 10,000 reported cases of the flu in New York as of Jan. 4, many more than the 3,000 reported at this point in 2017. Almost 2,000 New Yorkers were hospitali...
Hudson Common Council considers moving lodging tax to general fund news
Jan 20, 2020
Amanda Purcell reports for Columbia-Greene Media that the Hudson Common Council is considering a new law that would move revenue from the lodging tax from just the Tourism Board to the general fund. “...
Cuomo proposes extending the state fair news
Jan 22, 2020
Teri Weaver is reporting for Syracuse [dot] com Gov. Andrew Cuomo January 21, proposed the addition of five more days to the New York State Fair's current 13-day schedule. Cuomo announced the idea dur...
Unemployment grows throughout Hudson Valley news
Jan 29, 2020
Mid-Hudson News reports that unemployment was higher throughout the Hudson Valley this December than last year. All local counties had small increases in unemployment. In Greene County it was up from...
Audio Feature: Homeowner Foreclosure Prevention Program news
Feb 01, 2020
From our partner station WOOC-LP in Troy: "Kirsten Keefe is Senior Attorney for Empire Justice Center which provides legal representation and advocacy for low-income New Yorkers. We discuss the Home...
Greene Co. Sheriff welcomes new K9 officer news
Feb 03, 2020
WRGB-TV is reporting the Greene County Sheriff's Office is welcoming Bolt, the newest member of the K9 Unit. Bolt is joining the department alongside K9 Havoc and Haas, working as a drug-sniffing dog....
Thomas Cole National Historic Site wins $180,000 grant news
Feb 04, 2020
Patricia R. Doxsey reports in the Daily Freeman that Catskill's Thomas Cole National Historic Site is getting a $180,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to fix up the site’s main house that was b...
New York extends health care enrollment deadline news
Feb 06, 2020
WWNY-TV is reporting New Yorkers now have added time to enroll for health insurance through the state for 2020. The Department of Health has extended the open enrollment deadline until February 7. The...
GE to clean up PCBs in Housatonic River, pay Berkshire towns $54 million news
Feb 14, 2020
Ted Remsnyder reports in the Berkshire Record that the Environmental Protection Agency announced Feb. 10 that General Electric will clean up the toxic PCBs from the Housatonic River, and pay five Sout...
Hudson Valley Congressional delegation votes for making lynching a hate crime news
Feb 27, 2020
It is not too often that the Hudson Valley delegation in the U.S. House of Representatives votes together, as Republican Elise Stefanik rarely agrees with Democrats Antonio Delgado, Paul Tonko, and Se...
Paid sick leave moving toward law in Albany news
Mar 10, 2020
Nick Reisman reports at New York State of Politics that, spurred by the COVID-19 coronavirus spread, state lawmakers have begun working on paid leave legislation. "I think the members want to come up...
Audio Feature: Hudson/Columbia County Coronavirus Meeting news
Apr 10, 2020
Online coronavirus meeting from April 10, 2020 with City of Hudson Mayor Kamal Johnson, Hudson Common Council President Tom DePietro, Columbia County Department of Health Director Jack Mabb, Columbi...