Movie Review – Chappaquiddick

By Mark Ziobro As someone born in 1979 -16 years after the assassination of JFK and 10 years after Ted Kennedy left the scene of an accident in Martha’s Vineyard that resulted in Mary Jo...

Washington D.C Utica Native Talks Higher Education

By Mark Ziobro  When individuals leave the Utica area, we seldom, if ever, hear of what accomplishments they may have achieved while calling an area other than Utica home. Several schools of higher education line...

Star Wars Episode VIII : The Last Jedi-A Review by Mark Ziobro

  “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” arrives, with mixed reviews from critics and fans alike. I write this knowing full well that I am both a critic and a fan of the “Star Wars” universe,...

The Black Panther- A Review

By Mark Ziobro Just in time to set the stage for the May 2018 release of “Avengers: Infinity War” comes the long-awaited “Black Panther,” Marvel’s comic book adaptation of King T’Chaka/Black Panther, a hidden, technologically...

Movie Review-Just Say Goodbye

By Mark Ziobro In a time period when less than a year ago 20-year-old Michelle Carter was sentenced to 15 months in prison for a series of encouraging text messages to her boyfriend, Conrad Roy...

Paris in New York

By Mark Ziobro Mohawk Valley residents know where to find art if they want to. Sculpture Space. The Tram. Munson Williams Proctor Art Museum. But who would have thought that one can find an authentic...

Movie Review – Mr. Nobody

Reviews By Mark Ziobro It often takes directors without anything to prove to make a statement. We’ve seen this with films written and directed by the same person, such as the late Bill Paxton’s excellent...

From the Editors Desk – The Stigma of Mental Health

By Mark Ziobro Our current perception of mental illness is making us sicker.  No, not sick in a way meant to explain physical illnesses, but in a way that digs into our brain and makes us...

21 Jump Street Review-By Mark Ziobro

“21 Jump Street,” is a story by Michael Bacall and Johan Hill, keeps loose ties to the television show that preceded it, while coming up with a funny and oddly warm film that breaks...

Movie Review – Con

By Mark Ziobro Addition as a disease is a concept tackled by many movies. Sometimes it’s done with humor, as with 1981’s “Arthur.”’ And other times it’s done grimly, seen in the heartbreaking suicide memoir...
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