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 »
Arts & Culture
A chat with author Janet Groth, who is receiving national intrigue for her candid book into her life at one the country's most iconic magazines. more »
How different would the Park look today? Historian and Author Glenn Pearsall shares new stories of the many attempts to settle and industrialize the Adirondacks after the American Revolution. more »
Our friends at Joseph Ponton Costumes in Montreal once again provided us with vintage clothing to wear at our Downton Abbey Gala and Premier on December 14th, 2013. more »
Adirondack Daily Enterprise Reporter Chris Knight and Photographer Nancie Battaglia - Extended Roundtable
As Lake Placid gears up to celebrate the opening of the Winter Olympics in Sochi we talk with two journalists, Adirondack Daily Enterprise Reporter Chris Knight and freelance photographer Nancie Battaglia who are in Russia more »
Fort Ticonderoga is proud to announce that it has received a grant from The Perkin Fund which will support dendrochronological research on the 19th-century Pell house located on the Fort Ticonderoga peninsula. more »
Feb 5, 2014 in Arts & Culture
Our Jack LaDuke has the story of a new exhibit at the Lake Placid Olympic Museum dedicated to Sonja Henie, an Olympic legend who was the first superstar of figure skating. more »
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. more »
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 »
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