Affinity Groups

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.
When I finished the passage, I let the Bible fall to my side with my finger firmly planted in Luke, chapter 6, and said quietly, "Blessed are the poor." All of a sudden, a small man...
"...we need to start using different ways to talk about retirement that do not carry negative images of only termination and loss. Unfortunately the word "retirement" in our culture...
The 20th century was a time of unparalleled innovation and discovery, with great progress in science and technology, especially the practice of medicine. So it was both shocking and humbling when, in...
Poet Edward Dougherty likes to mention that he has worked in a pizza shop and prepared VCR instructions for The Cable Guide. Certainly anything can feed and direct a poet in his work. He was also...
Dianea Kohl’s life is marked by pain and joy, victory and disappointment and many, many tears. As a nurse and a psychotherapist she has shared the torment of others and led them in a healing...
I think my whole life has been leading up to this summer – seeing, sensing, assimilating bits of history and translating them into music. I want my music to transport people to times and...