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Senior Reporter and Special Proje...

Phone: (802) ***-****  
Local Address:  Burlington , Vermont , United States
Vermont Public Radio
20 Troy Ave
Colchester , Vermont 05446
United States

Company Description: Listener-supported Vermont Public Radio has been serving the people of Vermont and the surrounding region since 1977. As Vermont's only statewide public radio...   more

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  • Northern Arizona University
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Steve ..., 16 Sept 2015 [cached]
Steve Zind
Steve has been with VPR since 1994, first serving as host of VPR's public affairs program and then as a reporter, based in Central Vermont. Many VPR listeners recognize Steve for his special reports from Iran, providing a glimpse of this...
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Steve Zind
(Steve Zind) Ripley's Believe It Or Not once called the six mineral springs of the Northeast Kingdom town of Brunswick the '8 th Wonder of the World".
(Zind) Where the Abenakis saw sacred ground, someone else saw real estate.
(Zind) What Savage calls a 'tea room' was a bar.
(Zind) "What's this road?"
(Zind) Savage lives in his parents' house and sleeps in the room where he was born.
(Zind) The area around the springs is a pretty spot. There's a quiet pond with a skim of ice. Little remains from the days when women with parasols strolled manicured lawns on this spot. Through the lifeless scrub and underbrush you can see what's left of the foundation of the old hotel that Savage's father built 80 years ago.
(Bunswick) "This had to be the main entrance, right here.
(Zind) Near the foundation, worn concrete steps lead steeply down to the Brunswick Springs.
(Zind) "We're standing on a concrete platform that's in front of the spring.
(Zind) The late fall day is warm and dry.
(Zind) Oooh! This one definitely has the sulfur, rotten egg taste to it!
VPR/Steve Zind Stairs that led to a cottage once located near the springs. (Zind) The water in all the pools has a strong sulfur flavor that makes you wince.
(Zind) "What are these little talismans?"
(Brunswick) "Indians come here to honor the springs. They'd come for medical purposes. What's this here?"
(Zind) There are a handful of small smooth stones left in a depression above the springs, a fistful of dried grass knotted around a slender limb, and bracelets dangling from the bushes.
(Zind) The man Savage calls the old hippie is his next door neighbor and fishing buddy, Don Pelkey.
(Zind) Some people say they're sorry to see the area fall into disrepair, but that's just he point according to Abenaki Chief April St. Francis Merrill.
More from Steve Zind
92 KWFM Tucson | Steve Zind, 4 Jan 2011 [cached]
Steve Zind
Steve Zind was a part-timer at KWFM in 1974-1975. "My involvement with KWFM was fairly limited. was news director for a time, which involved putting together a weekly half hour program calledLove, News, Confusion. Beyond that I had a regular weekend airshift. This would have been about 1975."
Steve is a graduate of Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. In addition to KWFM, his career lists NewTimes Magazine ("they had a Tucson edition at that time") and radio work at another Arizona rock radio legend, KDKB.
Steve also managed Tucson's celebrated Bob Meighan Band.
Steve trekked to California with the band around 1976 when they inked a recording deal with CapitolRecords. (check out the Bob Meighan Band's appearance on the KWFM On The Air album).
While still at KWFM, Doug Jaffe introduced Steve to another Vermont radiolegend, Arty Lavigne.
In 1977, Steve joined Arty in Montpelier to help start upWNCS-FM. Steve served as ProgramDirector at WNCS for nearly 20 years.
Since 1994, Steve has been with VPR, Vermont Public Radiowhere he is both reporter and host of SwitchBoard.
VPR News Staff / Staff / About VPR, 28 Dec 2003 [cached]
Steve Zind
Steve ZindReporter / Switchboard Host
Steve has been with VPR since 1994, when he began hosting Switchboard, VPR's call-in program.He's served as program director for WNCS for 17 years, and also worked as news director for WCVR in Randolph.A graduate of Northern Arizona University, Steve also worked for stations in Phoenix and Tucson before moving to Vermont in 1972.
People | WRUR, 23 Sept 2014 [cached]
Steve Zind
Steve has been with VPR since 1994, first serving as host of VPR's public affairs program and then as a reporter, based in Central Vermont. Many VPR listeners recognize Steve for his special reports from Iran, providing a glimpse of this...
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