Buy tickets to the WGXC New Year’s Masquerade Ball

Brown Paper Tickets are selling the online tickets to the WGXC New Year’s Masquerade Ball at Basilica Industria 6 p.m. to 4 a.m. New Year’s. Click here to buy tickets online with Paypal/credit card, $25 plus $1.99 service charge. Tickets will soon also be available through businesses in Columbia and Greene counties.


WGXC New Year’s Masquerade Ball


Please help WGXC by downloading any of these PDFs, and printing as many flyers as you can. Please take your flyers to various local businesses, or, if you have extras, drop them off at Strongtree Organic Coffee Roasters across from the Amtrak train station.

NYE Flyer #1
NYE Flyer #2
NYE Flyer #3

The Advocate chooses Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand as Public Servant

In The Advocate’s “People of the Year” issue, the gay magazine choose New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand as it’s Public Servant for being the eleventh U.S. Senator to support marriage equality, and her work to eliminate the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.

WGXC/Cairo Library Open Mic

The monthly WGXC/Cairo Library Open Mic is tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Gallagher’s across from Cairo Library, with local performers, poets, musicians, and others. Come out and join in, or stay home and listen at

Poll watcher challenges Bard student

Video footage of a poll watcher challenging Bard College students’ right to vote on November 3, 2009.

Alexander Turnquist, Ben Reynolds, and Mike Tamburo at Spotty Dog Books & Ale

Ben Reynolds from Scotland was touring with Mike Tamburo of Pittsburgh and Alexander Turnquist of Hudson set up a show for the three of them Fri. Nov. 13 at Spotty Dog Books & Ale in Hudson. Click on their names below to hear mp3 recordings of their sets in Quicktime Player. With Quicktime Player Pro, you can download mp3 clips. MP3s will not play in Internet Explorer, try another browser.

Alexander Turnquist
Mike Tamburo
Ben Reynolds

Bob Freeman talks about open government at Cairo-Durham High

Click here to listen to Bob Freeman talk about open government and FOIL at Cairo-Durham High School Thu., Nov. 19, 2009.

Bob Freeman, the Executive Director of the NY Committee on Open Government, came to Cairo-Durham High School at the invitation of Durham for the People Thu., Nov. 19, 2009. Mp3 audio clip will not play in Internet Explorer, please use another browser. Clip will play in Quicktime Player and download in Quicktime Player Pro.

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