Daily Archives: August 10, 2020

Jason Tougaw, host of The Mixtape on WJFF, was originally asked to phone in to talk about his show during the pledge drive. Then, Jason Dole sprung a question about teaching during the time of COVID and it became the last interview of a week spent exploring the many issues […]

Listen: Jason Tougaw, host of The Mixtape on WJFF on ...

Patricio Robayo has been planning “Art In The Park” with the Town of Fallsburg for so long, he originally thought the artists would actually get to do their thing in Morningside Park. Of course, during the pandemic, that’s not going to happen now – so Art in the Park is […]

Listen: Art in the Park festival director Patricio Robayo

Local parent Beth Deyermond plans on letting her children return to in-person classes at Eldred School District. Eldred plans on having students attend on alternating weeks, with those students at home following along with their classmates in real-time. Deyermond and her husband work during the day, so being able to […]

Listen: Local parent Beth Deyermond on school openings

Governor Andrew Cuomo gave NY schools the green light to reopen in a few weeks. We spoke with Cassandra Egan, a local parent who will not be sending has two young children to in-school classes in the Sullivan West Central School District. Cassandra says she’s not confident in the reopening […]

Listen: Local parent Cassandra Egan on school openings

New programs, commemorations highlight August schedule Locally produced shows are archived; talk shows indefinitely, music for two weeks at: www.wjffradio.org/archives Radio Chatskill (Saturdays at 10 am) commemorates the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment on August 22.  Dr. Jennifer Lemak, Chief Curator of History and Ashley Hopkins-Benton, […]

August Program Highlights