A Poem – Insurrection Day

Insurrection Day   By Roger Chambers   Election held with ballots cast How do we know it’s not the last time at polls to freely vote, ending on a dissonant note, abhorrent taste so sour. Results rejected at the top thus free and...

Utica Phoenix Radio Owner Debuts WNPR Game Show

By Jess Szabo CHL Newest Panelist on NPR’s Says You! “A public radio game show of bluff and bluster, words and whimsy”   On January 2, 2021, National Public Radio’s famous talk show, “Says You” offered a special...

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...

Marquis Palmer: Utica Native Hamilton Scholar & Marshall Recipient

Marquis Palmer grew up less than 10 miles from the Hamilton College campus in an environment where poverty rates were high and expectations were often low. Now Palmer, a 2018 Hamilton College graduate from Utica,...

Never Forget 2020

There’s a funny thing about memorials. They remind us only that an event happened, but almost guarantee that passersby to the memorial won’t truly fathom the significance of the event. People look at the...

West Utica’s New Boutique

By Paul Dumas, Ph.D. Residents in Utica have yet another reason to be thankful for a new service on offer in the Varick District. Just above Mother Marianne’s West Side Kitchen on the corner of...

Tributes to Legendary Utica DJ Bryson Collins, Known Professionally as “Big B,” Continue Following...

By the staff of Phoenix Radio/Utica Phoenix September 24 will always be a sad day for the staff, collaborators, and fans of Phoenix Radio.  On this day in 2019, the station lost Bryson Collins, known professionally...

Local Radio Station Owner Newest Panelist on NPR’s Says You!

“A public radio game show of bluff and bluster, words and whimsy” Well-known local activist and media op, Cassandra Harris-Lockwood, recently debuted as a panelist on the popular WNPR national game show, Says You! Last Saturday...

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...

Mohawk Valley Almanac for December 2020 By Roger Chambers

Winter officially begins with the winter solstice, after a record warm November. December has average high temperatures in the mid-30°s F and low of about  20°F.  Single digit or sub zero temperatures that may...
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