Land Returned to Oneida Women Divided by International Borders and Colonization

Oneida women from the three communities located in New York, Canada, and Wisconsin, announced receiving a gift of nearly 30 acres of land from a Quaker ally within their traditional homelands in Clinton, N.Y....

Woodstock 50 was in trouble, now it is no more.

By Michael Schneider According to Billboard magazine, Seth Hurwitz, of Washington D.C.’s 9:30 Club and I.M.P. Concerts, was quoted as saying that "Michael Lang called me about doing the show in D.C.” Hurwitz suggested...

America and New York State – For Hemp!

By Natalie M. Williams There has been much talk in New York State regarding Marihuana and Hemp Legalization. “Mary Jane”; also known as ‘the sister of man’ has traveled with humanity for millennia. As a...

The Promises & Perils of 5G Technology

By Natalie M. Williams & Chet Botorroff 5G technology refers to the ‘next generation’ of data-driven communications technology. The promises involve one thousand times the ability of 4G to transfer information wirelessly. With 5G - the enthusiasts proclaim; we will live...

Movie Review: Lords of Chaos

By Kurt Krumme It would be easy; too easy, to say that this film is about a rock band and how everything eventually plays out in a rock band. However, there is quite a bit...

Synchronicity and the Number 8

By Dave Roberts April 27, 2019, was my daughter Jeannine’s 35th birthday. Jeannine died on March 1, 2003, at the age of eighteen, of a rare and aggressive form of cancer. This will be her...

Know The Terms, Pt 2 Birth and Breastfeeding: What’s the Connection?

By Naomi Starsiak Breastfeeding, what could be more natural? But there is so much more that goes into the process than, “open mouth, insert nipple”. The way we labor and give birth can have a...

Male Testing Campaign Launched

  A campaign to promote testing for men to detect cancer, Real Men Get Tested, was launched today through a group associated with the Community Foundation. Business leader Tim Reed and radio personality Bill Keeler,...

Local Politics

By Kristina Andreotta I can't think of any workers in our region who are undeserving of at least a $15 hourly wage, but Congressman Anthony Brindisi clearly feels otherwise. He voted against a federal minimum...

MoVa August Alamanac

By Roger Chambers There are no major holidays in August. Proclamation days include Women’s Equality Day. On that day in 1920, a proclamation giving American women the right to vote was signed by Secretary of State...
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