The O-town Scene

January 06, 2011

The O-town Scene - Oneonta, NY

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Scene Contents Jan. 6-12 2- Masthead 4- Fashion Diet by Emily Popek 4- Scene Clothing Swap 5- Gone Running by Danielle Tonner 6- Shot of the Week 7- Casual Chit Chat with massage therapist Chanda Misevis 8, 9- Local Eats – Farmhouse at Emmons 11- Book Talk with Anne Van Deusen 12- Library of Congress inducts 25 films 13- Music Notes by Mark Boshnack 13- On the Radio — Grace Potter and the Nocturnals 15- Music People – Susquehanna String Band 16-17- Art People – Photographer Michael Forster Rothbart creates a photo essay on fracking 18-19- Oneonta Feels Good- massage therapists in the City of the Hills. 20-21- First Night photos and review 22-23- Events 24- R.o.B.S. (are the stories Real Or B.S.?) 26- Diversity Scene - Jim Koury column, LGBTQ events 27- Diversity Scene - Keep Up Now! column, civil marriages for everyone 29-30- Classifieds 31- Advice Goddess along Carter Road whose drinking water wells became contaminated with methane and other chemicals after gas drilling on their properties. Cabot Oil and Gas, the company held respon- sible by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, has had at least 21 spills in Dimock township in less than two years. The Sautners drive by to see a new drilling rig on a neighbor’s property, Bob Kerr of Hop Bottom, Pa., and subsequently get in a heated argument with two members of the Kerr family. 16-17 In Dimock, Pa., Craig and Julie Sautner are among 14 families photo by Tiffany Doris. 18-19 Massage therapist Chanda Misevis gives a client a massage in this Jan. 6, 2011 O-Town Scene 3

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