Steve Junker

All Things Considered Host, Producer

Steve is a regular host of All Things Considered and Weekend Edition Saturday. He came to WCAI in 2007. In addition to hosting, he also produces The Fishing News, Weekend Outlook, and contributes to Creative Life. And he manages the website, too.

A writer, a fisherman, an occasional boat builder, a recovering musician, a longtime chicken rancher, a beekeeper... Steve keeps busy in Woods Hole, where he lives with his wife and two children.

 

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JEB Williams

Colin Williams reads his poem, "scraping shovel echo."

Center for Coastal Studies

The skeleton of a 35-foot whale is being installed for public display at the Center for Coastal Studies in Provincetown. It’s not just any whale, either. It's the skeleton of an 11-year-old humpback that researchers followed from when she was a calf. 

WCAI

Just as many local fishermen were brushing the winter cobwebs from their rods, readying for that first trip to the water in 2017, word comes that a pair of anglers out of Falmouth landed a 64lb striped bass.

That's not how it's supposed to work.

John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

This weekend has plenty to offer for going out: history, music, fun socializing, and art. It's all here in the Weekend Outlook. 

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Theater and symphony, flowers and bicycles. May is here, and we've got plenty for you to explore in our Weekend Outlook. 

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There’s an art exhibit of a different kind at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod.  Called "Artwork Inspired by a Presidential Home," it features artworks made with materials salvaged from the summer home of President and Jackie Kennedy in Hyannis Port. The artwork ranges from furniture (a table made from floorboards) to whimsical (a birdhouse incorporating pieces of the widow's walk) to functional (turned bowls and candlesticks).

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Springtime means daffodils, but a whole lot more, too. We've got a rundown of best bets for the weekend in the Weekend Outlook.

Clark Myers reads his poem, "Priester's Pond."

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You don't have to read Melville's grand and sprawling tome Moby Dick. Instead you can head to Provincetown and have it read to you. Also, we've got music, magic, and Legos. It's all here in the Weekend Outlook.

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The Easter holiday is here, followed by school vacation week for many students.  Here's your Weekend Outlook, with some fun ideas to keep those kids busy next week, too.

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