The Preservation Society of the Southern Tier (PAST) conducted hardhat tours of the renovation of the Carnegie Library which will become the home of a new Culinary Arts Institute of SUNY Broome. The construction uncovered a time capsule with the only existing blueprints, newspaper articles, various official papers, and a letter from Andrew Carnegie offering … [Read more...] about Carnegie Library Gets New Life
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Third Annual Alumni Art Showcase The SUNY Broome Office of Alumni Affairs, in collaboration with the Gallery @ SUNY Broome and the departments of Visual Arts and Communications & Media, is seeking submissions for its upcoming 3rd Annual SUNY Broome Alumni Art Showcase. The showcase will open on April 27, 2019, and close May 8, … [Read more...] about Call for Submissions: Broome Alumni Art
By Bill Martin It has become far too common: another person denied medical care at the Broome County Jail, and this time with gruesome and deadly consequences. Today’s epitaph is written for Rob Card, a local carpenter, artist, and family man who was sent to the jail for violating probation on a minor drug charge. At the time of his arrest on January 8th, … [Read more...] about Broome County is Killing Me
“If you build it, fairies will come!” We’re currently looking for local artists (expert or novice), aka: Builders, with a tendency for the whimsical, who would like to participate in the first ever Broome County Fairy Door Trail! Our fairies need some help getting Tour Ready! (June 1st) Broome County Fairy Doors is a celebration of both local art and … [Read more...] about CALL FOR MAGICAL BUILDERS and REAL ESTATE AGENTS!
WBDY – LP (99.5FM) is proud to announce the addition of Democracy Now’s live 8am broadcast to our daily line of arts, culture, and public affairs programming! This will make WBDY-LP the only station in the Broome County area to carry the award-winning independent news program. As you may have heard, due to changes in WSKG and WSQX’s programming, Democracy … [Read more...] about Democracy Now on Bundy Radio
Public Financing of elections gives all of us a chance to run a competitive race for elected offices. The campaign to get there in New York is called Fair Elections. We have a chance this year but we all have to push to get this done. State Senate Speaker, Andrea Stewart Cousins has been a champion and she is expected to introduce her bill from last year … [Read more...] about If We Can Run, We Can Win
The Cooperative Gallery 213 and the Two Rivers Photography Club are sponsoring the 8th Bob Johnston Photography Show and Competition January 4-26th, 2019. “Now in its eighth year, this Photo Competition attracts the best photography in the Southern Tier in both black and white and color,” according to Geof Gould of the Cooperative Gallery. “We are very … [Read more...] about Winners Announced in 8th Bob Johnston Photography Competition
Bus from Oneonta, Sidney and Binghamton! January 19th 2019 Join us! The Women’s March in Washington DC is scheduled for 10AM - 5PM Saturday January 19th. Round trip bus travel has been arranged from Oneonta, Sidney and Binghamton. Riders will board late-night Friday 18th, arriving in the morning Saturday 19th, returning later the same night. Tickets … [Read more...] about Women’s March in Washington DC Bus!
Windsor Partnership’s seventh annual First Knight event will be taking place within the Village of Windsor on December 31st 6:00 pm to Midnight! Attendance at this event is free of charge thanks to our many sponsors: Williams Energy, Visions Federal Credit Union and Windsor Lions to name a few. Food and beverages are available throughout the event for a … [Read more...] about Windsor’s First Knight