Affinity Groups

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.
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...
"...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...
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:...