North Fork Works 2015

Links to North Fork Works programs 2012, 2013 and 2014 and to Southold Historical Society to learn about the North Fork’s past and present.
 
 

Dave Dominy lives in Cutchogue and talks about his North Fork life as a recreational hunter, a carpenter and a member of Southold Town Deer Management Task Force.  (Produced by Tony Ernst and re-broadcast on WPKN on January 6, 2016.)

 

Eleanor Morris Lingo: 89-year old native of Southold tells us about being an African-American woman living and working through the 1940s, 50s, 60s—in Southold, Bridgeport, Manhattan, Brooklyn and Greenport–until the present day.(Produced by Tony Ernst and broadcast on WPKN on December 2, 2015)

 

Patricia Muth: 84-year psychiatric social work tells us she came to Greenport by way of Texarkana, Africa, Tacoma and more…(Produced by Tony Ernst and broadcast on WPKN October 7, 2015)

 

Gene Casey: musician, songwriter, leader of the Lone Sharks band and resident of Southold, NY,  in a wide-ranging and often rather personal conversation about his music and his life.  (Produced by Tony Ernst and broadcast on WPKN September 2, 2015)

 

Christopher Bollen does not live and work on the North Fork but you wouldn’t know it from reading his book Orient, a dark, mystery novel set in Orient among intrigue, politics, tension and murders.  Cameo appearance by Beth Young.  (Produced by Tony Ernst and broadcast on August 12, 2015.)

 

Dr. John Rasweiler, Cutchogue resident, talks about ticks and tick-borne diseases on Long Island and Connecticut. (Produced by Tony Ernst and broadcast on WPKN on May 6, 2015.)

 

Stephanie Maria Horton, born and raised in Greenport, talks about her life and work as a scrapper and recycler of scrap metal on the east end of Long Island. (Produced by Tony Ernst and broadcast on WPKN on April 1, 2015.)

 

Updated from our September, 2013 interview, Beth Young talks about her founder family history, hyperlocal media and East End Beacon, her site with a regional view is now a staple news source for WPKN’s daily local news reports.   (Produced by Tony Ernst and re-broadcast on WPKN on February 4, 2015.)

 

Robin Epperson-McCarthy, Riverhead resident, talks about her path from chemistry major to sommelier, creating her own wine label and choosing a life in the North Fork’s wine industry.  (Produced by Tony Ernst and broadcast on WPKN on January 7,  2015.)

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  6. Chris muth says:

    I just had a chance to hear your interview with my mother. I just want to tell you how much I enjoyed it and I thought you did a wonderful job. I just had a chance to hear your interview with my mother. I just want to tell you how much I enjoyed it and I thought you did a wonderful job I know that she really enjoyed meeting you and having a chance to socialize with you. I hope I have the chance to meet you one of these days when I’m up there visiting . Best wishes Chris Muth

    • Hazel says:

      Chris–I’m delighted to meet another member of the Muth family and I look forward to seeing you when you come our way. Thanks you for your comments. It was a great interview!
      Hazel

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