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What Does The Moose Say? | CURIOUSLY ADIRONDACK

There are spelling bees. There are trivia contests. There are athletic games and lumberjack competitions. But have you ever seen and heard a moose-calling contest?

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Adirondack Exercise Club | CURIOUSLY ADIRONDACK

Hardy Adirondack Mountain folk chant 1-2-3-4 as we prepare to stay warm during cold, snowy winters that can last half the year or more. It's all about firewood: felling it, sawing it to length, hauling it out of the woods, splitting it more »

Oct 1, 2014 , Outdoors

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Dirt, Food, and Friends: Fledging Crow Farm Celebrates The Harvest | CURIOUSLY ADIRONDACK

In Keeseville, on the eastern edge of upstate New York's Adirondack Mountains, a new-fangled subscription farm called Fledging Crow grows food the old fashioned way more »

Sep 18, 2014 , Outdoors 1 Comments

Asleep Beneath The Sod: Saranac Lake's Historic Pine Ridge Cemetery | CURIOUSLY ADIRONDACK

Saranac Lake's Pine Ridge Cemetery sprawls over a sandy hillside in the heart of the village. In it lie the last remains of the village's first settlers, along with hundreds of others, some well known, some not, who followed them across more »

Sep 4, 2014 , Arts & Culture 1 Comments

Slimed! Adirondack Kids Love Amphibians! | CURIOUSLY ADIRONDACK

Adirondack kids can't resist slimy things that hop and crawl. Join three warm-blooded young naturalists as they hunt for frogs, toads, and salamanders. Don't think amphibians are cool? Maybe we can change your mind. more »

Aug 21, 2014 , Outdoors 2 Comments

Inspirational Grandparent/Grandchild Video Featured on Popular Blog

Our From 9 to 90: Conversations with Gram mini-documentary was recently featured on the popular blog Ga Ga Sisterhood, a social network for enthusiastic, creative, caring women who indulge in the joy of being grandmothers. more »

Aug 26, 2014 Arts & Culture

FEATURE STORY: Adirondack Man on Life Journey and Special Connection to High Peaks Hospice

Meet Norman Briggs. Learn about his life journey living in the Adirondacks and his special connection to High Peaks Hospice. more »

Jan 24, 2014 High Peaks Hospice: One Adirondack Man's Journey 4 Comments

UPDATE! Young Video Journalist Interviews Performers at Canada's Largest Rock Festival

The 9th Annual Amnesia Rockfest kicked off on Friday, June 20th in the small town of Montebello, Quebec, located between Montreal and Ottawa. Our young video journalist Colton Clement was on the scene to capture the sights and sounds. more »

Jun 16, 2014 Arts & Culture

Adirondack Terror: The Blackfly Menace

In much of the world, the animals that strike fear into the human heart tend to be large or extra-large. Consider the crocodile, the cobra, the anaconda, the lion, the hippo, the tiger. more »

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All Things Natural Celebrates 1 Year With Spring's Titillating Burlesque!

Our 52nd podcast! Off come the snow and ice that clothe the Adirondack Mountains all winter, and out comes the bare, naked landscape. It's spring's annual burlesque: an off-again, on-again process that eventually leads toward summer. more »

Apr 24, 2014 , Outdoors

Pond Skimming is Titus Mountain Madness!

Pond skimming is always a highlight at the annual Titus Mountain Madness event in upstate NY. Check out some of the highly entertaining action! A great (mostly wet!) time was had by all! more »

Mar 20, 2014 Outdoors 2 Comments

Steve Michaels on Passion For Elvis and Playing The Rialto Theatre in Montreal (Part 1)

Ahead of his Saturday, May 17th, 2014 performance at the spectacular Rialto Theatre in Montreal, award winning tribute artist Steve Michaels sits down to talk about his passion for all things Elvis in this Borderless North FaceTime exclusive. more »

Mar 10, 2014 Arts & Culture

Capturing The Magic of Elvis Presley with Steve Michaels (Part 2)

Ahead of his Saturday, May 17th, 2014 performance at the spectacular Rialto Theatre in Montreal, award winning tribute artist Steve Michaels sits down to talk about his passion for all things Elvis in this Borderless North FaceTime exclusive. more »

Mar 12, 2014 Arts & Culture

Mountain Lake PBS Supporters Celebrate Downton Abbey at Successful Gala!

Check out sights and sounds from our 1920's Gala & Premiere Inspired by Downton Abbey. A great time was had by all! Thanks to everyone who came out in support of all things Mountain Lake PBS. Happy Holidays! more »

Dec 24, 2013 Arts & Culture

WEB EXCLUSIVE! The Zombies - Live at Metropolis (Montréal en Lumière)

Check out this exclusive bonus song from Mountain Lake PBS' coverage of The Zombies at Metropolis in Montreal. It was part of the annual Montréal en Lumière festival! more »

Mar 7, 2013 , Arts & Culture

One Day At The Recovery Lounge in Upper Jay

Meet brothers Scott and Byron Renderer, owners and operators of Upper Jay Upholstery and The Recovery Lounge in Upper Jay, New York. This is the first of a four part web exclusive series only on mountainlake.org. more »

Jun 20, 2013 , Arts & Culture 2 Comments

Adirondack Dogs Love Hiking...And Social Media Too!

My dog Bailey Van Halen Thomas Mozart Kathleen Clement The First loves hiking in the Adirondacks. This had me wondering if there were other canine’s that shared in the sentiment. more »

Outdoors

What is Titus Mountain Madness?

Get an inside look at how a family friendly ski center in upstate NY brings communities together. It's Mountain Madness at Titus Mountain! more »

Mar 11, 2014 Outdoors 8 Comments

Take a cruise in the Saranac Lake Daffest Derby!

Go inside the annual Daffest Derby in Saranac Lake, NY as Interactive Producer Josh Clement gets close to the action; capturing the sights and sounds of the exciting community event! more »

Apr 19, 2013 Outdoors 1 Comments

Alexis P. Suter Band Unleashes Blues At Historic Recovery Lounge

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Check out a live performance from The Alexis P. Suter Band shot at The Recovery Lounge in Upper Jay, New York on April 26, 2013. more »

Jun 20, 2013 , Arts & Culture

Parents Inspire Six-Year-Old Drum Wizard!

It is often said that our parents inspire us to do great things. This might be an understatement when it comes to 6-year-old drumming extraordinaire Avery Molek. more »

Education 4 Comments

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Ninety-year-young lifelong Adirondack woman Mary Brockway Dufort Bomyea and her nine-year-old great-granddaughter Lennon Kathleen Clement discover that it isn’t just the children who learn from talking with their grandparents.

Exploring The Adirondacks with Colton Clement

Follow Mountain Lake Moves ambassador Colton Clement around the Adirondacks and learn some things along the way!

My work with Interactive Journalist Sophie Blackburn!

A collection of productions featuring the always vibrant Sophie Blackburn. It's a true pleasure working with her any chance I get! Photo courtesy of Laura Carbone. L to R: Sophie Blackburn, Blues singer Alexis P. Suter, Josh Clement.

Exclusive Concert Photos!

If you'd like your own copy of one of the photos click it in the slideshow. You will then be redirected to a page that allows you to save the file to your computer. Thanks to all who have made a donation to MLPBS in exchange for tickets to our live events. Your continued support allows us to bring more great concerts to our viewers.

WEB EXCLUSIVE! Creative Healing Connections

Creative Healing Connections hosts a variety of arts and healing retreats in the Adirondacks for women with cancer or chronic illness, caregivers, military veterans and active duty service members. Meet the inspiring people involved with the organization in this Borderless North Web Exclusive series.

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OFFICIAL PODCAST: "All Things Natural," a series of nature essays written by Ed Kanze for more than a quarter century, looks at a kitchen-sink full of natural phenomenon in an inquisitive and playful spirit.

  • LISTEN: Perpetually Seeking Salamanders

    We all have our passions and compulsions. One of mine is hunting for salamanders. When I catch them, I let them go. The fun isn't in the possessing, it's in the chase. Will you join me? more »

  • LISTEN: Poignant End of Summer

    First one at a time, then later by the truckload, leaves turn color. At first they signal the coming end of summer, then the arrival of fall, then turn our forests into one vast Jackson Pollack painting. more »

  • LISTEN: The Thrill of Being There

    While I watch nature videos with pleasure, especially if they're narrated by David Attenborough, and while I enjoy a stroll through a zoo now and again, it's always been clear to me that there's nothing more satisfying and fun more »

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