North Fork Works 2013

For North Fork Works-2012, please listen here.

Doug Attridge, Mattituck resident, member of the band “Who Are Those Guys?” talks about his life as a musician, a biker, a member of the Little Free Library organization  and his job in the Town of Riverhead. (November 6, 2013)

Beth Young, reporter, talks about her founder family history, hyperlocal media and East End Beacon, her new site with a regional view of the East End and a focus on the environment, social justice and the arts.  The interview includes a tribute to Frank Wills. (September 4, 2013)

Gail Horton, North Fork Native and Greenport resident, talks about growing up on the North Fork of the east end of Long Island, being a “tradition bearer” and her work as historian, chronicler, writer and artist.  She also shares her views about the relationships between “old-timers” and “newcomers” on the North Fork.  (August 7, 2013)

Keith Luce, North Fork native, Southold resident, international chef and now Greenport restaurateur. (July 3, 2013)

Dominick Morreale, Aquebogue resident and author of The Legend of Benny, a historical novel set on the North Fork on the eve of the Revolutionary War, and Off Plumb, located on Plum Island.  (May 1, 2013)

Gideon D’Arcangelo, resident of Orient Village, musician and designer, plays music and talks about “third places,” working with Alan Lomax and organizing Song Swaps in Poquatuck Hall.  (April 2, 2013)


Walter Purizaca, Peru native, Greenport resident, member of the Hispanic community, musician, flute maker and agricultural worker, talks about his life and work on the North Fork.  You will hear  music composed by Walter and performed by him during the interview on flutes he has made. (January 30, 2013)

Erin Schultz, erstwhile midwesterner and performing musician, now Mattituck resident and (erstwhile) editor of North Fork Patch.(January 2, 2013)

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