Artifacts
Episode 17 - Silent March

Episode 17 - Silent March

July 28, 2020

To the beat of muffled drums, 10,000 black men, women, and children marched down 5th Avenue in New York City on July 28, 1917. Their march was in protest of the murders in East St. Louis.

Episode 16 - Spectre

Episode 16 - Spectre

May 25, 2020

Some towns have slipped away entirely, wandering their street, you see the ghostly visage of better times. But Parksville, NY, still has a pulse.

This episode was written and hosted by Natalie Shoemaker.

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Episode 15 - Differing Standards

Episode 15 - Differing Standards

May 13, 2020

There was a time when North America lived by the sun. We rose and set with its natural rhythms. This was when life was contained within a few miles. When continents were places of faraway stories. Worlds we spoke of but rarely went.

This is a story of how time changed in North America.

This episode was written and hosted by Natalie Shoemaker.

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Episode 14 - My Wife’s Lovers

Episode 14 - My Wife’s Lovers

April 28, 2020

The San Francisco Chronicle once wrote back in 1892 that Carl Kahler is “an artist who will leave behind him a fame that will be remembered long after his last work has been accomplished...” Carl would be remembered. But not for his burning sunset landscapes or still moments of life in Australia.

This episode was written and hosted by Natalie Shoemaker.

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Episode 13 - Stranded

Episode 13 - Stranded

April 14, 2020

If only you could have seen it, opening day back in March 1920. When thousands of people lined up around this block, waiting just to get a seat. It’s glowing marque lit the block against the title attraction--a silent picture “The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come."

If only you could have seen it then.

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I highly recommend checking out Treasures of the Tier, which has a ton of amazing photos and information concerning the Strand and it's history (as well as other awesome Binghamton things).

Episode 12 - Breath of Fresh Air

Episode 12 - Breath of Fresh Air

April 1, 2020

We're going back to a time when air was toxic and the only visible organism that inhabited this world were Stromatolites whose exhalation would be their undoing and our greatest success. Travel back in time with me to billions of years ago.

This episode what written and hosted by Natalie Shoemaker.

Episode 11 - Unnatrual Selection

Episode 11 - Unnatrual Selection

March 17, 2020

Within the 24 square miles of the Seneca Army Depot exists the leftover crumbling structures and ecosystem created back in 1941.

This episode what written and hosted by Natalie Shoemaker.

 

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Extra - Dead Horse Bay

Extra - Dead Horse Bay

March 9, 2020

Dead Horse Bay in Brooklyn, NY is an amazing living museum into the past and a stark reminder of what we discard doesn't just disappear. As the topsoil begins to erode, more curios begin to be revealed. Let's take a little journey.

This episode written and hosted by Natalie Shoemaker.

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Episode 10 - Influencer Marketing

Episode 10 - Influencer Marketing

March 3, 2020

She was a thing to behold, a slender woman dressed all in white riding a train from Buffalo to Hoboken. Her story went that she would ride all day, across the Southern Tier when trains once rumbled through its valleys. And Phoebe Snow would ride without fear that her white gown would become dirtied by the cinders which billowed from the train’s engine.

Because she had a secret… the trains she rode were powered by Anthracite.

 

This episode was written, researched, and hosted by Natalie Shoemaker.

Episode 9 - Dear Diary

Episode 9 - Dear Diary

February 17, 2020

Surrounding the peace and quiet of Maurice and Maggie Leyden's everyday lives are the outlying events that helped win women the right to vote.

 

This episode was written, researched, and hosted by Natalie Shoemaker.

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