The Scottish Play Strikes Harlem

Most New Yorkers have heard of Shakespeare in the Park, meaning the big festival in Central Park. I have had the fortune of attending performances the past two years and they were both spectacular. But a far fewer number have heard of or attended the free uptown iteration in Marcus Garvey Park. Not only does this company’s productions rival the renowned Public Theater’s shows, but … Continue reading The Scottish Play Strikes Harlem

Come together

Almost two months after the devastating flood in September, it has been released that BAE, one of the area’s largest employers, will not be returning to their Westover plant. The plant was flooded in early September. Government officials are hoping they stay in the area, but are not sure what other facilities can provide the same space requirements and security. Hopefully they will remain in … Continue reading Come together


Decided to document the #OccupyBinghamton protestors today around the start time. There were about 100 people downtown with signs. Two cops watched. At the time it was mostly community members, which is great, because people do have a stake in their city and should show people that! I even saw one of my Professors there. I didn’t stay long but I know that more people … Continue reading #OccupyBinghamton

The Importance of College Radio

This New York Times article speaks about 91.1 WRVU, the college radio station at Vanderbilt University. The university sold the radio station to the local public station in order to provide for other student media groups. “Value, especially in an academic setting, can’t be reduced to simple economics. As a powerful forum for ideas, college radio stations are vital parts of student and community life.” … Continue reading The Importance of College Radio