The flood that occurred here in Binghamton in September was devastating, and now, over a month later, there is still work to be done. Clean up, removal of debris, mold removal, drywall removal, ripping up hardwood floors, and this is just the beginning. There will need to be rebuilding. People are still getting their lives … Continue reading Serving the Community
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. … Continue reading #OccupyBinghamton
The Koyas and Idasa Tariq had a show at Binghamton University late September. Keep your eyes out for Idasa and Kymel who are now working with the Project DCX label here in Binghamton.
My weekly radio show will be Thursdays from 8:30-10pm. You can listen live online at http://whrwfm.org or if you're in the Binghamton area at WHRW 90.5 FM. This is going on year five for me as a DJ and over the years I have expanded from just playing music to having interviews and discussing current … Continue reading Weekly Radio Show Thursdays 8:30-10pm
I am back in Binghamton and while I miss Harlem, I am feeling very much at home. We have been setting up the house, picking pears, going to yard sales and farmer's markets, and generally enjoying the good things this city has to offer. Tomorrow out to Ithaca. I started my new job as Graduate … Continue reading Harlem/Binghamton
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 … Continue reading The Importance of College Radio