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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capecodtheaterproject.org

Santa rides the railroad, Eastham celebrates turnips, and history comes alive in two different unusual theater productions. Here's a rundown of events to check out this weekend.

http://www.capecodbay-monitor.org

Water quality issues can impact people’s lives – and livelihoods – on the Cape and Islands. We’ve seen that most recently with the rounds of shellfish closures. Now there's a website that shows water quality data from around the region.

Art, music, and... Christmas spirit? We've gotten to November and - believe it or not - the first holiday offering! Here's your rundown of weekend events not to miss.

gsoproject.org

Gulf Stream Orphans are appearing in our region. That’s not the name of a rock band, and they’re not unaccompanied children. Gulf Stream Orphans is the research term for Caribbean fish that show up in our Cape Cod waters, and scientists are looking to see if their numbers are increasing.

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Many Halloween attractions launch this weekend, but it's not all spooky stuff. Here's your rundown of events to look out for this weekend.

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The Columbus Day holiday weekend has plenty to enjoy.  Here's your rundown of events to check out.

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This is our last Fishing News of the 2016 season – but that doesn't mean the fishing season is over. Not by a long shot. Between now and the end of November, you can find plenty to keep your reel in action.

This week, Kevin Blinkoff of On The Water magazine serves up a menu of fishing options for fall weather, including:

Adeline Carrie Koscher reads her poem, "Learning to Live with Water."

Adeline Carrie Koscher writes as a conduit for wonder, solace, and vitality. Writing provides her the opportunity to revisit and reinvent the world. When writing, she is the happiest person alive. Her writing can be found in Review Americana, The Lyon Review, Adana, Altered States, ninepatch, and Zetetic.

Sven Atema

The thermometer may say "Summer," but fishermen watching the calendar know the season is changing, and it's time for The Fall Run.

Yes, it deserves capitals. For local anglers, this is Important. Some of the best fishing of the year happens in the fall.  

Historical Society of Santuit & Cotuit

Plenty to do this weekend. Here's a rundown of arts and culture events from one end of the Cape to the other.

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