Movie Review – “Avengers: Endgame”

By Mark Ziobro “Avengers: Endgame” is an epic. It pays homage to the legions of Marvel films that came before it, packages and wraps up the morose happenings of “Avengers: Infinity War” in a way...

Mohawk Valley January Almanac

By Roger Chambers There are two major holidays in January. New Year’s Day ends the holidays season with  a day feasting on holiday turkey, ham, lasagna, goose, or some other ethnic specialty foods. Many watch...

At the Movies: ‘Broken Ceiling’

By Mark Ziobro 3/4 stars Written and directed by Adam Davis, “Broken Ceiling” examines the corporate hierarchy, albeit in a fantastical way. It revolves around a tyrant of a boss and three less than willing employees...

Voices of Polonia: Leopold Stokowski

By Ted Rajchel Stokowski  is best known for his long association with the Philadelphia Orchestra and his appearance in the  Disney film, Fantasia.  He was especially noted for his free-hand conducting style that spurned...

Books: How Voter Supression is Destroying Our Democracy – a review

By Roger Chambers This thoroughly researched and well annotated book explores voter suppression, from the Jim Crow laws of the South for over a century to the current increase in suppression since 2013. For over a...

Racial Inequality

By Kristina Andreotta Inequality didn’t happen by chance. Since the beginning of our country, two ideas--racism and free-market capitalism--have worked together to shape how our society works. Racism and capitalism are such a large part...

The Mueller Report – Now What?

By Mark Ziobro For close to two years, Robert Mueller has spearheaded an investigation into the dealings of Russia and how, or if, they impacted the 2016 presidential campaign. Now that the report has been...

Woodstock 50th Anniversary Retraction/Update

By Phoenix Staff The 50th Anniversary of Woodstock 1969 coming up this August will be a worldwide celebration. The Utica Phoenix will be your Woodstock Central for information and updates In the May edition of the...

Racism and Bias

By Kristina Andreotta Racism and bias are not new issues for Utica City Schools, which are primarily populated by Black, Latinx, and Asian students.  It’s no secret that the teachers and administrators, who are overwhelmingly white,...

Voices of Polonia

By Ted Rajchel The invention of a small electric motor is often referred to as the Great Leap forward for plug-powered domestic machinery.  The new motor, known as the fractional horsepower motor, revolutionized the appliance...
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