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May 20, 2013
"Crossing the BLVD," with Judith Sloan Oswego, NY (2011-09-13) Judith Sloan and Warren Lehrer are both journalists and documentary artists living in Queens, the most culturally diverse area in the United States. When they realized they could travel the world through the eyes of their neighbors, and never have to leave their own back yard, they began the multimedia project, Crossing the BLVD.
After 9/11: The effects of 10 years of war on military families Watertown, NY (2011-09-09) While the changes brought about by the 9/11 attacks have affected us all, the effects have been the harshest for members of the military and their families.
Local Irene volunteer: Catskills "scary" as Lee hampers flood recovery Oswego, NY (2011-09-08) Continued rains are not helping recovery efforts in parts of the state hit by Tropical Storm Irene. John Dowd, an American Red Cross volunteer from Auburn, has been in the Catskills all week assisting flood victims.
State of the Birds Oswego, NY (2011-08-29) Cornell University's Lab of Ornithology has issued its 2011 US "State of the Birds" report.
APW High School students without a gym this school year. Oswego, NY (2011-08-26) Construction at the APW high school is leaving students without a main facility for the upcoming school year.
UNIQUE Art Exhibit at Everson Syracuse, NY (2011-08-26) The Everson Museum is hosting an art exhibit, entitled "UNIQUE" which features art by those who happen to have a disability.
Cafe in Syracuse aims to satisfy the soul as well as the appetite Syracuse, NY (2011-08-24) There's a cafe in Syracuse that aims to not only satisfy your appetite, but also your soul.
2011 State Fair: Some things change, others stay the same Syracuse, NY (2011-08-24) A preview of the 2011 New York State Fair, which begins Thursday
Students and teachers learn something new at Subcat Studios in Syracuse Syracuse, NY (2011-08-22) Many young people spend part of their summer vacations at camps where they learn new things.
Landmark Theater to reopen in November Syracuse, NY (2011-08-17) After many months under construction, the Landmark Theater in downtown Syracuse will again open to the public in November. Executive Director Denise DiRienzo spoke with WRVO's Kate Percival and General Manager Michael Ameigh about the history of the theater, the reasons for the renovations and what's expected in the future.
Rock Music Camp Syracuse, NY (2011-08-16) During the summer, while many parents are working, school aged kids are sometimes sent off to day camp. There's a unique music camp in Syracuse - Rock Camp.
Gardeners Baffled by Invasive Weed Oswego, NY (2011-08-15) Japanese knotweed causing headaches in central New York lawns and gardens.
How Much Social Media is Too Much? Syracuse, NY (2011-08-12) Do we really need another way to tell other what we're doing?
Arts organization trying to Bring More Opportunities to Watertown Watertown, NY (2011-08-02) An arts organization is trying to bring more opportunities to artists in Watertown and surrounding areas, and more cultural events to residents.
More and more people are turning to life coaches to help get them through the difficult periods of their lives. Oswego, NY (2011-08-01) More and more people are turning to life coaches to help get them through the difficult periods of their lives. Bob Vinciguerra and Alicia Wood are both Syracuse-area life coaches who have joined us today to help shed some light on this somewhat unknown profession. We start off with the obvious question, what is a life coach?
Fowler Celebrates, Copes With Diversity Syracuse, NY (2011-07-30) Syracuse's George W. Fowler High School is one of the state's most seriously challenged public schools. And city officials, teachers, parents and the students themselves say, that's what makes Fowler graduates extra special.
Legislators Look for Solution to Border Dispute Oswego, NY (2011-07-28) North Country Congressman and Canadian member of Parliament plan to open the St. Lawrence river to Canadian and American boaters.
Syracuse Stories Oswego, NY (2011-07-22) A community-wide story-telling festival is being held in downtown Syracuse to celebrate the diversity of the CNY community.
Wedded Perfection Exhibit Oswego, NY (2011-07-22) Many people get married in the summer months, and to celebrate that, we're going to take you on a quick tour of a very special and unique wedding dress collection.
Some New Cancer Treatments Not Covered by Health Insurance Oswego, NY (2011-06-27) Some newer cancer treatments come in pill form and are covered by prescription insurance and can be much more expensive.