MoVa Almanac, November Edition

by Roger Chambers November is generally a cool to cold month with gray skies, rain, and sometimes blustery snowstorms, an early reminder of the coming winter season. The average high is 48°F and the average...

Book Review: ‘Dusk on Route 1’

by Roger Chambers The novel, Dusk on Route 1 by Cynthia Fraser Graves, offers its readers a clear regional setting, with a strong sense of place throughout. The setting, the town of Wells in southern...

Zombieland: Double Tap

by Mark Ziobro With comical opening narration by Jesse Eisenberg and a violent, over-the-top zombie massacre scored by Metallica’s “Master of Puppets,” Zombieland: Double Tap positions itself much the same way as its 2009 predecessor....

Climate Emergency: What would it mean to Act Responsibly?

December 3rd The Otherside December 6th Strike Parkway and Genesee Street By Jack Riffle I feel scared. I am constantly reviewing new information about the climate emergency because I need to understand the scope of the...

It’s American Music, but Where are the Natives?

by Doug-George Kanentiio The music of America was rightfully indigenous for thousands of years prior to the arrival of the immigrants from the east. Not only drums and flutes by the power of the human...

Utica City Football Club Home Game Schedule

The Utica City Football Club’s first home game will be on November 24th. Other home games, held at the Adirondack Bank Center, will be held on December 8th, 28th & 29th, January 12th & 31st,...

Mike Krzyzewski, Championship Basketball Coach

by Ted Rajchel Background Mike “Coach K” Krzyzewski, nicknamed “Coach K”, is an American college basketball coach and former player. Since 1980 Krzyzewski has served as the head men’s basketball coach at Duke University, where he...

Legal Myths v. Reality

by Judge Joan Shkane This is a continuing discussion of Legal Myths and Reality, because those that are informed are always the most successful. MYTH: Any person responsible for paying child or spousal support to another...

Central New York Progressive

by John Furman PROPOSAL TO KILL THIRD PARTIES MUST BE STOPPED From its beginning, critics of New York’s Public Campaign Finance Commission have thought it was a backdoor way to eradicate the power of third parties...

Will the Kelberman Center lose their non-profit status?

by Pete Bianco The Kelberman Center, a local non-profit organization benefiting individuals with autism, may have jeopardized their tax-exempt status if it turns out that they used a postage meter registered to their parent organization,...
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