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There But for Fortune: The Story of Ronald Brazee

In 1968, the American war in Vietnam had become the focal point of world-wide protest against authority of all kinds.

Christopher Sinatra lives in Oswego, NY where he studies early American history at SUNY Oswego. He is working towards earning his MA in December ’15. Read Sinatra's twice monthly blog,Sleepwalking Through History,on SyracuseNewTimes.com.



Fresh Music Friday: Tinush

Listen to Tinush

Presenting various musical styles from around the globe, Fresh Music Friday finds and shares new music with our readers in an ever changing sonic landscape.



1993- Huge UFO at West Point Academy

On and otherwise dull patrol night, three military police see a UFO the size of a six story building.

Grant tells us that it’s taken him 15 years to work up the nerve to share his UFO account.  It was about 2am on an August 10th 1993. Grant, a military policeman, was on duty with two other M.P.s at West Point Military Academy. Grant is quick to say that M.P. duty at West Point is actually rather dull, “…as nothing much ever really happened.”



SocietyGurl: CiderHouse Rules

Take a visit to Fingerlakes Cider House

Blogger, vintage lover and cocktail shaker, The SocietyGurl (Jamie Ann Owens) discovers the beauty, wonder, and flavor of the Fingerlakes Cider House at Good Life Farm.



The ultimate Italian “goombah” cheeseburger

Cooking Italian with Joe

Joe Borio, host of Cooking Italian with Joe shares one of his favorite recipes and most delicious cheeseburgers, The "Goombah" Cheeseburger. Your family and friends will love this simple and easy recipe that can be made anytime and goes with any occasion.



Creating a Public Art Scorecard

Here’s a copy of the Connective Corridor public art scorecard

We’re moving on the next steps in our public art call, and thanks for following along.



Finding the Money

by SBDC

Meet one on one with over 25 lenders for your small business.

By Tania Hanouille, NYS Certified Business advisor



2000 UFO – Huge Triangular Craft

Who knew that simply going to the dumpster would reveal a huge triangular craft?

When Jake was 15 he lived in a Catskill ski-resort area. Sporting a population of about a thousand persons, the little village of Jewett, in Greene County, New York is quite isolated, being surrounded by hundreds of acres of Catskill mountain forests. It was on an early January night in 2000, at about 9 p.m., when Jake was taking the garbage out to the house complex’s dumpsters. The area around the dumpsters was about 30-40 feet from the houses and was heavily lit with flood lights.



Fresh Music Friday: Savant

Listen to Savant

Presenting various musical styles from around the globe, Fresh Music Friday finds and shares new music with our readers in an ever changing sonic landscape.



SocietyGurl: Revival of the Cocktail

Visit the Rochester Cocktail Revival with the SocietyGurl!

Blogger, vintage lover and cocktail shaker, The SocietyGurl (Jamie Ann Owens) takes a trip to Rochester, N.Y. for the Rochester Cocktail Revival.