September 2013: Carrie talks with Olympic gold medalist Beezie Madden and her husband John, who is also her trainer. The Madden's give a tour of their Madison County farm & Beezie lets us know if she plans to go for gold in 2016.
January 2013: Author Mary Karr hit the New York Times best seller list with her memoir, The Liars Club. Turns out, one of the millions who read the book was a Grammy award winner who knew instantly he wanted to work with Karr.
May 2013: The extraordinary place we visit is Kellish Hill, a family farm in Pompey where music is played several nights a week. Country and bluegrass, folk and celtic, the music is fun and the venue is really special.
December 2012: Letchworth State Park is called the Grand Canyon of the east. It's just a two hour drive from Syracuse. She shared the history of the stunning spot and got an aerial view that few people see.
September 2013: Carrie introduces us to a Baldwinsville teenager who is gaining national attention with her extraordinary talent. 15-year-old sophomore singer Julia Goodwin from Baker High School wows us with her vocals.