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Marry Me

Movie Review: ‘Marry Me’ a Sweet Valentine’s Day Surprise from Wilson and Lopez

By Mark Ziobro | Managing Editor  The biggest surprise about the Jennifer Lopez/Owen Wilson romance “Marry Me” released this past February is that it’s unmistakably sweet. As with most romantic comedies, it has an angle....

Absence of Justice Riot at Revels Funeral Home

Absence of Justice in brutal attack at Revels Funeral Home By Phoenix Staff In the middle of the June heat of last year, a couple (Monica Revels and Jeff Yeomans) were beaten in the funeral home...
fast fashion

Environment: Ecological Disasters Part 4-Examining Fast Fashion

By Sage Lively | Hamilton College Intern  Let’s talk about Fast Fashion. Fast Fashion was introduced in the ‘80s as an approach to design, create, and market clothes to make them cheaper and quicker to...

Colonel Thaddeus Kosciuszko, Hero at the Battle of Saratoga: by Ted Rajchal

Background Colonel Kosciuszko (Kos—choos—KO) set out for America after hearing about fighting in Lexington and Concord in the year 1775. He was already on his way across the Atlantic when the Continental Congress adopted the...

The Curious Case of Rose Grimaldi and Carolann Cardone

By Ron Klopfanstein Two days after the failed coup attempt in Washington, Patrick Lohmann, a reporter for Syracuse.com broke staggering political news closer to home. “700 votes were tossed in Oneida County. Officials ignored state law...

Feature Story: Remembering Dickie Frank and ‘Birdland’

By Cassandra Harris-Lockwood Richard Frank was born in August 1931 to Marion Moorehand-Frank and Paul Frank in Utica, NY. Dickie Frank was Utica’s first Black celebrity and success story as a star athlete, Utica’s 2nd...

Voices of Polonia: Jadwiga of Poland, Queen and Saint

Jadwiga of Poland, Queen, and Saint Queen Jadwiga of Poland was the first female monarch of the Kingdom of Poland, reigning from the 16th of October 1384 until her death on the 17th of July...

Arts Feature: Add History to Your Business with Paul Parker

Photos from the Paul Parker Utica Trust Available at For The Good, Inc.  By Jess Szabo | Arts Writer Artists’ workspaces are always pictured as colorful and inspirational. While we do not all fit that expectation,...

New faces seek to fill the void left by Anthony Brindisi by Ron Klopfanstein...

By Ron Klopfanstein and Ethan Pavlus New faces seek to fill the void left by Anthony Brindisi      On Thursday, June 24th, Syracuse.com broke the news that former United States Congressman Anthony Brindisi would not be...

My Aunt Dr. Jean Harris was a Trailblazing Female Physician

Editor's Note: This is my Aunt, Dr. Jean Harris from the 1955 cover of Ebony Magazine. She was the first Black doctor graduated from the State of Virginia. Her sister, Dr. Diane Harris, was...