In 2012 photographer Spencer Platt visited Utica. He wanted to do a photo essay about poverty in America and found in Utica a perfect subject: a sputtering, once flourishing city of industry. What was unusual, was the response of Uticans to Utica Struggles, seeing their city portrayed in that light.
We want to know, who is the person in your office who keeps everything moving? Need a new sharpie? You know where to go. Who's coordinating the big lunch order? That's the office hero. We want to celebrate your office hero.
Recently two versions of parody songs to Pharrell's Happy featuring Syracuse and Syracuse University were produced. Similar parodies were done in cities across the country as a way to show civic pride. But what happens when things aren't happy?
The annual list of best and worst jobs is out. Mathematician leads the list. At the bottom of the list is the life-and-limb-losing prone career of lumberjack. But just a scant 4 spots from the bottom of the list is my chosen career, broadcaster.
Dining out at an authentic Mexican restaurants is one of my favorite things to do when we go out. Not only do I love the food, but I get to practice and fail at using some of my middle school Spanish. Along those lines, I thought you might wonder what the English translation would be of some of the Mexican restaurants in our area.
A coworker of mine saw this sign on the highway leaving Brooklyn using one of the borough's best known phrases, Fuhgeddaboudit. That got me thinking, what would a 'Leaving Utica' sign say as its catchphrase?
The annual Culture Fest at the Stanley Theater is Central New York's opportunity to show off the diverse cultural communities that make up our region. One of those cultures on culinary display will be the Mediterranean cuisine from Cafe Crete in New Hartford.
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