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Chamber: Wrong Message at the Wrong Time

Chamber Effort to Derail Bail Reforms Wrong Message at the Wrong Time The morning of June 19th, as many friends and supporters of For The Good and Phoenix Media were eagerly awaiting the second airing...

“We Don’t Hire Girls”–Becoming the First Female Construction Worker in New York State

By C. Harris-Lockwood     Photos by the late Anne LaBastille The year was 1971.  I was 19 years old and between my freshman and sophomore years of Kirkland College. I was looking for a job. At...

Cousin of CHL – NYT’s Editor Marc Lacey to Moderate Democratic Debate

Marc Lacey is currently the National Editor for the New York Times. He has served as Washington correspondent for the New York Times, where he covered the State Department and was a frequent guest...

Woodstock 50th Anniversary Retraction/Update

Phoenix Staff The 50th Anniversary of Woodstock 1969, coming this August, will be a worldwide celebration. The Utica Phoenix will be WOODSTOCK CENTRAL for information and updates. In the May edition of the Utica Phoenix, a...

No, No Nano?

By Cassandra Harris Lockwood Ok. So, the list is long. For whatever reason, the latest has been Texas Instruments, to turn down the Marcy Nano site. Since the withering taint of the Buffalo Billions debacle, numerous...

Official Statement Regarding The Old School Party

Date 04/20/2019 11:27 am   Statement: This is the official Statement from Phoenix Radio Incorporated regarding the cancellation of the Old- School Party at the Clonan Post 1000 American Legion, 3454 Oneida St. Chadwick’s scheduled for tonight,...

Colorism

By Cassandra Harris-Lockwood We are constantly bombarded with messages in our world. Some we become aware of slowly and sometimes not at all. Just because we’re not consciously aware of these things does not mean...

Harvest on the Hill A Spooky Success

By Cassandra Harris-Lockwood In 2015 while running for office, Franklin Davis became disillusioned with politics and wanted to do something for the kids. He spoke to his sister, Senora Pierce about what they could do...

Hong Chung: The Buddhist Bell Ringing Ceremony

By Cassandra Harris-Lockwood Umbrellas protected the heads and brows of the venerable Monks and guests on the hot summery afternoon of September 16, 2018. The sun poured out upon the attendees of the Dinh Thanh...

Editorial

By Susan Townley Listening to Cassandra Harris-Lockwood on Phoenix Radio (95.5 fm) describe her vision of establishing a community center by repurposing the uninhabited regions of UFA filled me with hope and a sense of...
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