Central New York Citizens in Action, Inc. Ady Barkan Is Using His Last...

By John Furman Ady Barkan who is fighting ALS has made a name for himself as a health care activist. He’s currently on a national tour, calling for the repeal of the #TrumpTax (voted into...

Does Character Still Matter in our National Leaders?

By Jon Hysell         History tells us that democracy is fragile. As in the past, our current strident tribal politics puts our national unity at risk. Even amongst our divisions, most everyone agrees our nation needs...

A Great day for the Baseball Hall of Fame

By Stefan Rubitski Sunday, July 29, 2018, was a sunny day in Cooperstown NY, home to the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. This year, six former players were enshrined in the l Hall of Fame....

Musings about Grief, Loss & Life: ‘A Rise to Grace after Loss’

By Dave Roberts Musical Serendipity Since my daughter Jeannine’s death in 2003, the music of Tom Petty, The Counting Crows, The Wallflowers, Rush, Sting and Jackson Browne have allowed me to sit with the many emotions...

Judge Joan Shkane

Legal Myths and Reality By Judge Joan Shkane MYTH: A pardon for a crime by a U.S. President will pardon the criminal for all purposes so that a convicted criminal will never be punished on that...

Delicious Vegetarian Greens

By Theresa Mancuso Lead Gardener, Jacquelyn Jusino of the Linwood Place Community Garden is now harvesting a crop of delicious organic Mustard Greens. FTG Office Manager, Theresa Mancuso, came up with this recipe. She says...

Jurassic World : Fallen Kingdom

By Mark Ziobro “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” is more connected to its source material and a sense of morals than its predecessor, and that alone may be enough to make up for what is becoming...

Dave Roberts, Licensed Master Social Worker speaks on the inner-workings of decision making and...

By Jessica Szabo Think about the last time you made a decision. You probably thought of your last major purchase, such as your car or furniture, or about a major life event, such as moving...

WUSP 95.5 FM Brings the Heat 1st Black Female Owned Radio in New...

  Shortly after For The Good’s Juneteenth Jazz event two years ago, Cassandra Harris-Lockwood sat depressed and crying in her car in the driveway of her office. She was disappointed at the turnout of the...

The Success Story of Frank Elias and Heather Delia

By Jess Szabo Many of us stop in a coffeehouse like Utica Coffee Roasting Company, Inc. to feel fresh and ready to start our morning, but have you ever thought about the process that leads...
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