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In the practice of Orthodox Judaism, all the rabbis are men (the Reform and Conservative branches of the religion now ordain women), men and women are seated seperately in the synagogue and although...
It's easy to find simple facts about Middlefield, New York.  The Census Bureau estimates the town's population in 2009 is 2,451, an increase of 2.31% since 2000.  The estimated...
Meet puppeteer Robert Rogers who established the Robert Rogers Puppet Company in 1980. International audiences have enjoyed his delightful puppetry. You'll get a behind-the-scenes look as Rogers...
Hear from two area Native American artists on Expressions. Award-winning poet and fiction writer Susan Deer Cloud grew up in the Catskills but spent the majority of her life in Binghamton. She’...
Broome Community College professor Richard Barons called him "Binghamton's VanGogh." Armondo Dellasanta is over 90 now and still painting. For years, people have been fascinated with...
We feature segments from an original play by Mary Guzzy of Corning Community College: The Lonesome Drum: An American Tale. Excerpts are performed in the WSKG studio by the college's "Two Bit...
They present "Beautiful harmonies, emotional lyrics, joyous, uplifting, catchy tunes and a sweet, spunky sound that is part folk, part rock, part country and all heart" according to The...
Originally from Uganda, Samite has made his home in Ithaca, New York for many years. Billboard Magazine says "Samite wraps his warm voice around melodies that seem to rise up off the Ugandan...
Joe came to WSKG Studios from Ithaca, NY. His folkish melodies and heartfelt stories captivated the live studio audience at the recording session in June 2008.
In this episode we meet Dr. Tony Cicoria of Oneonta. Lightning struck Dr. Cicoria, and he had a profound experience that led him (among other things) to learn to play the piano.