FL News Podcasts

Neighborhoods in the Network / Deaf Awareness Week (Rochester, NY)

09.24.08 | Martha Manikas-Foster

It's National Deaf Awareness Month, and Rochester, NY has the distinction of being home to the largest number of deaf people per capita of any similar metropolitan area.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Farm-City Day (Cohocton, NY)

09.17.08 | Martha Manikas-Foster

As many as 2,000 people are expected to make the trek to Cohocton, NY on Saturday, September 20th for the 2008 Steuben County Farm-City Day. For no charge guests will have a chance to milk a cow, ride a hay wagon, walk a corn maze, taste cheese and more.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Niagara Falls (Niagara Falls, NY)

09.03.08 | Martha Manikas-Foster

A new school year may have begun, but there is still plenty of time to plan a weekend get-away before cold weather arrives. Join Martha Manikas-Foster to learn about the second largest waterfall in the world---that's right at our doorstep.

Neighborhoods in the Network / NYS Festival of Balloons (Dansville, NY)

08.27.08 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Hot air balloon launches, balloon rides, arts and craft vendors, an international food court and more are on the schedule for this Labor Day weekend during the New York State Festival of Balloons in Dansville, NY.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Allegheny National Forest (Warren, PA)

08.20.08 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Warren, Pennsylvania is the gateway to the Allegheny National Forest. Approximately 1.4 million people visit the park each year, many to enjoy outdoor activities that include camping, boating, hiking, snowmobiling and ATV riding.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Independence Hall (Philadelphia, PA)

08.13.08 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join Martha Manikas-Foster in this "Neighborhoods in the Network" report on the birthplace of the United States: Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia.

Neighborhoods in the Network / National Parks (New York Harbor)

07.30.08 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Looking for a vacation destination that is not too far away? Would you be surprised to learn that there are twenty-three beaches, fortifications, presidential and immigration sites that are all in New York Harbor and all part of our National Parks system?

Neighborhoods in the Network / Adirondack State Park

07.23.08 | Martha Manikas-Foster

If the hot days have you wishing for cool mountain air and the cost of gasoline has your family re-thinking your long-distance vacation plans, join Martha Manikas-Foster for a "Neighborhoods in the Network" look at New York State's Adirondack State Park.

Neighborhoods in the Network / National Military Park (Gettysburg, PA)

07.16.08 | Martha Manikas-Foster

If you are looking for a family vacation destination, just down the road in Gettysburg, PA you’ll find the battlefield that marks the turning point in America's Civil War.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Flying Tigers Reunion (Geneseo, NY)

07.09.08 | Martha Manikas-Foster

The World War II Flying Tigers are the stuff of legend. They are known for their daring exploits in China and for the distinctive shark's mouth painted on the nose of the Curtiss P-40s that they flew.

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