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DEAR PRESIDENT OBAMA, THE CASE AGAINST FRACKING

Join Jon Bowermaster filmaker for a sneak peek at his brand new film-in-the-works, Dear President Obama, The Case Against Fracking.
Building on the success of the locally-produced Dear Governor Cuomo, New Yorkers Against Fracking In One Voice, which played a role in convincing Governor Cuomo to ban fracking in New York state, this new film takes a national look at the issue, profiling the victims of fracking, giving the experts on the subject a forum and taking a hard look at the variety of alternative energy sources that are gaining traction around the globe.


Follow-up Q&A with Jon and representatives of Frack Action and Food & Water Watch, bringing New Yorkers up to speed on what's transpired in the state since the December 17th decision to ban fracking here.

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THE SWEET SPOT
Sat, Mar 7 - 6:00 pm
$20.00
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THE AMERICAN ROOTS SERIES AT THE LINDA PRESENTS:CHARLIE PARR
Sun, Mar 8 - 8:00 pm
$17.00
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DEAR PRESIDENT OBAMA, THE CASE AGAINST FRACKING
Fri, Mar 13 - 7:00 pm
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT - ALIVE INSIDE
Thu, Mar 19 - 7:00 pm
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ALBANY -- Holly Taormina shouted into the mic halfway through her 30-minute set, "If you want something done, you got to do it yourself." Perhaps that was the theme of the Indie Fest show Saturday night at the Linda, a fundraiser for WEXT radio and the Columbia Arts Team. Read More

Fri, Jan 17, 2014 - LIVE: Guy Davis @ WAMC-FM’s The Linda, 1/17/14

Guy Davis prefaced his lightning-fast opening number at The Linda by saying, "I've stolen so much, this song doesn't even have a title!" And even if he hadn't name-checked Charlie Patton and Blind Willie McTell after it was all over, the SRO crowd could easily hear about 100 years of the blues coursing through Davis' acoustic 12-string guitar, right down to the off-time beat that recalled Robert Johnson's original version of "Crossroads." But as Davis says he tells his students, "It's okay to steal music - but once you steal it, you have to earn it!" Read More

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