The story behind the making of a new documentary premiering this weekend on Mountain Lake PBS on the historian who saved generations of Adirondack folks songs. more »
National award-winning producer Paul Larson is best known as the face of the arts on Mountain Lake PBS. Besides anchoring duties on Borderless North and Art Express, Paul produces the "Spotlight" segments that brighten our lives with stories of people who excel in the arts, education, technology and health care.
Mountain Lake PBS Producer Paul Larson discusses Songs To Keep, a new documentary celebrating folk music of the Adirondacks and the work of Marjorie Lansing Porter. more »
Caroll Spinney discusses playing the biggest, most famous yellow bird on television, and contrasts the character with his grumpier, greener companion, Oscar the Grouch. Visiting the set of Sesame Street was a dream come true for producer Paul Larson. more »
Paul Larson's exclusive interview with British popstar Olly Murs covers the singer's journey to make it big in the U.S.A. more »
Novelist Sara J. Henry writes of a horrific scene as the ice palace construction is underway in Saranac Lake. She joins me for an "Author Visit" about her new book, "A Cold and Lonely Place." more »