October 28 :: Shin Hollow Radio :: WVBR-FM 93.5 :: 6 p.m

Rob Ross

Rob Ross, the associate director for outreach at the Museum of the Earth @ PRI, stopped by to tell us about two upcoming events. The MotE is in the process of merging with the Cayuga Nature Center and already shares programming with CNC. This Friday, November 2 at 6 p.m. John Hermanson of the Cornell vet school will be giving a talk about bats in the Great Room of the CNC lodge. On November 8 at 6 p.m. the museum will host Peter Sale of the United Nations University, who will talking about the failing health of coral reefs around the world.

Ed Sanders, who came by last month to talk about his photography, is back this evening with his youth soccer team, the Lansing Ravens. Four members of the team are along to talk about their own experiences on the field. The team plays year round, practicing at the athletic fields near the town hall in warmer weather and at the Field/Rink during the winter.

The Ravens and supporters

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October 14 :: Shin Hollow Radio :: WVBR-FM 93.5 :: 6 p.m

This is our first show on our new “2nd and 4th Sunday” schedule. Sorry for the long gap between programs during the shift.

Danielle Winterton and David Pollock are the editors of Essays & Fictions, a literary journal published here in Ithaca since 2007. They are presently looking for submissions for their next issue and are also just beginning a Kickstarter campaign to raise money for the magazine.

Bryan VanCampen, the Ithaca Times film critic, will be on hand for his monthly visit. VanCampen is also directing Neil LaBute’s The Mercy Seat for Readers Theatre.