Get a weekly box of fresh vegetables from your local farmer with VINES Farm Share! We offer lots of FLEXIBILITY with: Choice to pay twice a month, monthly or the whole season at once 10 distribution locations throughout Binghamton, Johnson City, Endicott & Whitney Point 4 local farms to choose from Different size shares Offering biweekly shares … [Read more...] about VINES FARMSHARES Available
This year's Honorees are Amelia LoDolce, Alexis Pleus and Cecily O'Neil. The event is next Wednesday, June 13th @ 6:00 - 8:30 pm at Endwell Greens Golf Club Event Center, Endwell. You can purchase tickets and/or sponsorship online here: Tickets: https://secure.everyaction.com/Qx0eVXtu1k-9Fpgu5a7T4Q2 Sponsor: … [Read more...] about 2018 Phoenix Awards
As we begin Memorial Day weekend, I share an article I wrote at this time in 2014. Sadly, the US is lashing out more aggressively than four years ago and the world is an even more dangerous place as a result. As we relax and enjoy the long weekend, let's double down on our efforts for peace and justice. --Andy … [Read more...] about Memorial Day and Everywhere is War
Event Location: Whitney Point United Methodist Church, Whitney Point NY Sunday, May 20, 2018 1:30pm For the past 8 years the ‘Sew ‘n Sews’ have been meeting weekly at the Whitney Point United Methodist Church to sew dresses. They use pillowcases, sheets, and other donated fabric along with elastic and lace, to assemble dress kits … [Read more...] about Local Church Celebrates 10,000 Dresses Made
In the name of "anti-Trump" and "progressive," SUNY-Binghamton Harvey Stenger and NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo are supporting and promoting sweatshop practices locally and across the state. We will release an open letter to all of the gubernatorial candidates. We want their supports to eliminate a sweatshop economy and not to continue the … [Read more...] about May Day: BU Students push on worker rights
‘Exterminator Extravaganza Month’ Begins in Binghamton BCAC, County Executive Garnar & Mayor David Announce Events Commemorating Kentucky Derby Winner (BINGHAMTON, N.Y.) — Broome County Arts Council Executive Director Nancy Barno Reynolds joined the Broome County Historical Society, Broome County Executive Jason Garnar, Mayor … [Read more...] about Exterminator: A Horse Celebrated in the Arts
The Bundy Museum, with the involvement of BU and other sponsors, brought people together to hear about local history with unexpectedly profound results. When Lisa Beal presented "History of Two Families, One Black, One Jewish" she discovered that her great grandfather and a participant's grandfather nearly went into business together: hers had … [Read more...] about Local History Conference Looks at Hidden Stories
The Department of Public Art (DPA) will sponsor the 5th Mural Fest at Floral Ave. Park in Johnson City on Saturday May 5th from 11am - 4 pm. The Village of Johnson City has welcomed us back to continue to improve the park. “Mural Fest offers everyone a chance to paint—murals for adults and a Box City for children,” according to Peg Johnston of DPA. … [Read more...] about 5th Mural Fest Returns to Floral Ave.
During the 2016 election, Cambridge Analytica, a data firm funded by the right-wing billionaire Robert Mercer, used the personal information of 87 million Facebook users to help Donald Trump win the presidency. Over 70 million of those affected by the breach live in the United States. The social media company now plans to make big changes to protect … [Read more...] about Did Cambridge Analytica Steal your Facebook Info?
Photo: Wonder Woman Festival, 1985 The rich and complex history of Broome County has long attracted attention from a diverse array of researchers and citizens. In recent years, the area’s local history scene has become more accessible and vibrant than ever. Adding to well-drawn biographies of notable residents and surveys of important institutions, … [Read more...] about Local History Conference Includes All