The Heat Beat: Hearts at Home: A Covid Christmas Special Review

Phoenix Radio Staff and Other Local Artists Join Together to Provide Hope, Peace and Love to the Community Through Music for the Christmas Season By Jess Szabo, Arts Writer photos courtesy of Phoenix Media Artists are not...

Mohawk Numbers One to Ten and the Creation Story by Doug George-Kanentiio

Featured: Doug George-Kanentiio Creation stories are essential to understanding all human societies since these narratives define place, origin, spirituality, psychology, social-gender relations and in some instances politics. It summarizes what a people value and how they perceive the universe...

Voices of Polonia: Polish Female Pilots Serving During World War II

  By Ted Rajchel     Background   Polish female pilots played a major role in the resistant movement in occupied Poland.  They often put themselves in the front lines of war.  Here are short biographies of four determined women...

Legal Myths and Reality

By Judge Joan Shkane This is a continuing discussion of Legal Myths and Reality, because those informed are always the most successful.   MYTH:  Death of an innocent person, like Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, cannot happen in...

The Heat Beat: Robert Johnson and The Crossroads

The Urban Legends of Blues: Robert Johnson and the Crossroads Blues Featured on Phoenix Radio by Jess Szabo, Arts Writer   Music fans listening to 95.5 the Heat/Phoenix Radio on Wednesday evening from 8-10 p.m. know that Phoenix...

Legal Myths and Reality November 2020

This is a continuing discussion of Legal Myths and Reality, because those informed are always the most successful. MYTH: New York State through the police can take, analyze, and use anyone’s DNA sample in the...

Voices of Polonia: Witold Pilecki

Witold Pilecki—Auschwitz Volunteer Who  Told the World About the Nazi Death Camp By Ted Rajchel Background Witold Pilecki was a Polish cavalry officer, intelligent agent, and resistance leader during World War II.  He volunteered to be captured...

Review: The Trial of the Chicago 7

By Arpit Nayak Historical events need each generation; not only do they teach us about the past, but they give us a much-needed reality check on our lives. Cinema has often used stories related to...

November 2020 Almanac

November Mohawk Valley Almanac November is a least favorite month to many with its mostly cloudy and cooler weather, previewing colder and shorter days to come. One needs a jacket, with afternoon high temperatures typically...

The Heat Beat: Remembering “Big B”

By Jess Szabo On September 24, 2019, Phoenix Media  lost Bryson Collins, known professionally as”Big B.” Although “B” is no longer with us here on earth, all those who work for and with Phoenix Radio,...
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