Affinity Groups

Across the bridge, Main Street became Court Street. She passed the nut store and inhaled a heavenly aroma of roasting cashews. Her mother used to buy Spanish peanuts and penuche fudge whenever they...
The speakers of Proto-Indo-European were farmers and stockbreeders: we can reconstruct words for bull, cow, ox, ram, ewe, pig and piglet... They divided their possessions into two categories:...
Football games feature marching bands and cheerleaders. Fans may sing their school's fight song, but there is no famous football song that everyone can sing together. Basketball has a driving...
Writers of fantasy and science fiction know that there are certain leaps they can take into the unknown or impossible and their readers will leap with them. Disregard gravity or the speed of light...
For some people, there is no greater pleasure than sinking their teeth into a thick, juicy steak or a sizzling hamburger. In our prevailingly urban society in which less than three percent of the...
Excerpts from a Binghamton Philharmonic concert performed on March 16, 2008, featuring the International Contemporary Ensemble, a highly acclaimed Chicago and New York-based ensemble. The concert...
For Expressions: Sound Fusion, we've paired together local musicians, each of different genres. Watch and listen as they come together to play songs, swap ideas and share their love of music....
For Expressions: Sound Fusion, we've paired together local musicians, each of different genres. Watch and listen as they come together to play songs, swap ideas and share their love of music....
This week Expressions showcases the talents of three extraordinary young violinists: Meredith Riley, Emerson Millar and Eliot Heaton. They won the 2007 Youth Concerto Competition for the Cayuga...
Kathye Arrington makes mudcloth paintings, and her exhibit has been extended through March 31, 2008 at the Phelps Mansion Museum in downtown Binghamton. Also this week, we have video excerpts from...