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Meet Leslee Ganss! Learn about her career as an artist, cartoonist, and graphic designer in South Jersey.
Meet Niki Giberson, basket weaver, jammer, felter and mayor in this Women's History Month Special!
Gary Hance talks with Folkllife Director Lesley Schierenbeck about his childhood find of what he thinks could appear to be a Lenape dugout canoe off of the shores of Manahawkin, New Jersey. The vessel was found off of the property...
Life-long tradition bearer, Dick Jessen and his family discuss his career in decoy making; his talent for painting, and how this tradition is being passed on to the next generation.
Folklife Director Lesley Schierenbeck interviews Cape May native decoy carver Jack Murray about his apprenticeship with J.P. Hand of Cape May, his passion for carving, and why decoy carving is a unique folk art.
Learn about Parsons Seafood with Dale Parsons, 5th generation clammer, and Tuckerton Seaport. Learn about Parsons Seafood and the Parsons Oyster Reef Recovery Program.
Luke Alvarez is a science teacher at Carusi Middle School in Cherry Hill, surfer and board shaper. Local to Tuckerton, NJ, Luke also runs a small business where he creates surf boards. Luke makes adaptable surf boards for people with...
Learn more about Nancee and her unique painting and carving style in this Women's History Month special!
Folklife Director Lesley Schierenbeck interviews Gene Marshall, of Forked River, New Jersey. He discusses his passion for decoy collection, his techniques of carving, his craftsmanship of the working decoy, and his mentor in the field, his father, George Marshall. Photographs...
Meet Valerie Vaughn! Learn about her career as a singer, musician and songwriter from Tuckerton, NJ who specializes in teaching through music, local history, folklore of South Jersey.
Join Lauren & Rob of Pine Barrens Post as they discuss their homesteading business, the importance of Pinelands traditions, and the ways in which they keep the history and culture alive through their products.
Barbara Paskin discusses with Folklife Director Lesley Schierenbeck about her time as a female folk musician, her role within the Albert Music Hall Community, and how music has played a significant role in her life.
Join Gretchen Maxwell, Bridgitte Bliss, and John Maxwell as they discuss their 6th generation business of shellfishing on the Barnegat Bay and the surrounding areas. They discuss the tradition of being baymen and what that in particular means to South...
Folklife Director Lesley Schierenbeck interviews Jeff Quattrone of the Library Seed Bank about the Folklife Foodway of Jersey Tomato seeds and their impact. Listeners will learn about history of seed banks, and their impact on community outreach and history.
Learn about how this grassroots club got started and how it continues to continue the tradition of Barnegat Bay decoy carving by inspiring the next generation.
Meet 3rd Generation Decoy Carver Fred Reitmeyer and learn about this Barnegay Bay tradition.
Meet Cathleen Engelsen! A historical artist from Surf City, NJ. Cathleen shares her stories and experiences as an artist on the Jersey Shore. Enjoy this women's history month special!
Danielle Marrone speaks with Folklife Director Lesley Schierenbeck about the history of Pinelands Folk Culture at Albert Hall, her presence as a female folk musician, and the preservation and history of Albert Hall's female folk scene.