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AUDIO: Ken Burns on Connections

Jan 8, 2014

Ken Burns was Evan Dawson's guest on Connections Wednesday, to discuss his next project, The Address, coming to PBS in 2014. You can hear the full interview here:


Connections starts at Noon on AM 1370 and streamed online by clicking the "Listen Live" button at the top of the page. Be part of the show by calling 585-263-WXXI (9994), or sending a message via Facebook, Twitter, or email.

First Hour: Filmmaker Ken Burns

Second Hour: State of the State address preview, with live coverage of the address beginning at 1:30 p.m. 

Town of Greece

Connections starts at Noon on AM 1370 and streamed online by clicking the "Listen Live" button at the top of the page. Be part of the show by calling 585-263-WXXI (9994), or sending a message via Facebook, Twitter, or email.

First hour: 13WHAM Meteorologist Glenn Johnson to discuss the history of Rochester blizzards, and Greece Police Chief Todd Baxter.

Second Hour: The power of placebo and a look at the newest acupuncture study with local acupuncturist Deeanne Bevin and Dr. Francisco Tausk of URMC.

Chatting about Downton Abbey with Alastair Bruce

Nov 1, 2013

Alastair Bruce, OBE, historian for Downton Abbey, was our guest on 1370 Connection to talk about his role on the PBS series Downton Abbey which airs on WXXI-TV.

Bruce will share more about his experience with the show during a special luncheon on November 26.

Remembering the Career and Impact of Bob Smith

Oct 17, 2013

Long time listeners, frequent callers, guests, fill-in hosts, and elected officials all paid tribute longtime 1370 Connection host Bob Smith during a two-hour tribute to him on Wednesday. Elissa Orlando and Jeanne Fisher hosted the tribute which you can listen to here if you missed Wednesday's tribute show.

If you would like to send a message to Bob Smith, please address your note to: 

WXXI

c/o Bob Smith

PO Box 30021

Rochester, NY 14603

 

LISTEN: Activities for Your Kids This Summer

Jun 27, 2013
Debra Ross

"I'm bored!" may be an exclamation you hear from your kids this summer. If you're looking for something to do, listen to our interview with Debra Ross, Rochester editor and publisher of KidsOutAndAbout.com, about ideas to cure summer boredom.

Today on 1370 Connection, we discussed TV and personal technology. Here are the resources you heard about on the show today.

Computer Classes:

Computer Tutor Classes from OASIS Rochester (website), (585) 730-8800

TechAge Adult Computer Learning Center (website), (585) 461-2000, ext 4

Indoor TV Antennas:

Author Cheryl Strayed on 1370 Connection

May 1, 2013

Cheryl Strayed is the author of the best-selling memoir Wild and the advice collection Tiny Beautiful Things. Strayed visited Rochester Thursday to speak at a SUNY Brockport event, and she visited WXXI for an interview on 1370 Connection with host Scott Fybush. 


New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says so far, so good in describing the economic health of the state at this point in the budget year.

DiNapoli was in Rochester Tuesday to highlight seed money investments the state employee pension fund is making in businesses across the state to help foster growth and create jobs.

In an appearance on WXXI's 1370 Connection, DiNapoli said the best way to describe the outlook for the state balance sheet is cautious optimism about the state's prospects.

Investigating the Cause of the Economic Crisis

Jun 11, 2012

A film documenting the roots of the economic crisis opens in in Rochester Monday night.

 The Heist: Who Stole the American Dream? looks at the severity of the economic downturn and its impact on the working-class.

The film premieres Monday night at The Little Theatre on Monday, June 11 followed by a panel discussion.

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