Oswego, NY – This is an archived edition of Nature of Things originally aired on September 29th, 1989.
Most people relate the changing seasons with events that occur in nature. This morning, the frost, fog, and moisture signal that it is quickly becoming autumn. The importance of corn throughout history is discussed and the crow is cast in a positive light.
Oswego, NY – After yesterday's record setting heat, a cool down for the region this weekend. Meteorologist Ken McKinley lets us know if we can expect showers to accompany the more seasonable conditions.
OSWEGO, NY – WRVO's Dave Bullard speaks with Brian and Rosi Amador, the team behind the Latin roots music group Sol y Canto (Sun and Song). The group performs its new work, Sabor y Memorial (Taste and Memory): A Musical Feast on Saturday, Sept. 25 at SUNY Oswego's Waterman Theater.
Boston, MA – Some would say that former New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner was larger than life. But commentator Doug Tribou says Steinbrenner's memorial - unveiled this week at Yankee Stadium - is too big...even for the Boss.
Doug Tribou is filling in this week for Bill Littlefield on NPR's Only a Game, heard Saturday's at 7:00am on WRVO