Fresh Summer Breakfast Bowl

I don’t know if I’m the only one that feels like this, but sometimes I’m just too hot to eat. So I’ve been trying to find alternatives other than my normal hot foods I whip up.  This sticky August weather inspired me to change up my breakfast routine and try an acai bowl.


Looks cute, right? Nice & healthy! Mine definitely didn’t come out looking like that but I wanted to show you what its supposed to look like before I showed you mine.

I’ve been attempting to lean toward a more vegetarian/vegan diet by cutting out all meats and some animal based products – so this recipe was perfect for me! Also I purchased majority of these ingredients from the Public Market on Union – extremely affordable prices!

What I used:



2 packs of frozen Acai

1/3 cup of almond milk

2 bananas ( 1 is supposed to be frozen but I forgot ^_^)

1/4 cup of raw cocoa powder

3-4 strawberries

handful of blueberries

1/3 cup of coconut flakes

1/2 cup of granola

dollop of vegan cream

drizzle of agave nectar


To start off I put the packs of acai, 1/3 cup of almond milk, & frozen banana in the blender. If you’d like to add a little chocolate taste add 1/4 cup of raw cocoa powder too.


Blend it all together and it should be a thick icy consistency.


& pour the mixture into a bowl. Then dice your strawberries and banana and put them into the acai mixture.



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Hopefully yours looks better than mine.

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After you add your fruits, top it off with some granola and coconut flakes!

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For added sweetness drizzle a little agave & vegan whipped cream on top and enjoy!

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I know it looks nasty but trust me it was delicious!!

Let us know if you tried this recipe, take a picture and post it on your Facebook or IG #recipeswithWDKX.


Tell us what you thought of this recipe by texting us at the Frontline (585) 678-1039!!

POTUS Dropped His 2015 Summer Mixtape

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Check out the Presidential Playlist Below:

1. Ain’t to Proud to Beg by The Temptations

2. Love It Up, Pts. 1 & 2 by The Isley Brothers

3. Memories Live by Reflection Eternal

4. Tombstone Blues by Bob Dylan

5. So Much Trouble In The World by Bob Marley & The Wailers

6. Paradise by Coldplay

7. Tengo Un Trato – Remix by Maia Rodriguez

8.  My Favorite Things by John Coltrane

9. Superpower by Beyonce, Frank Ocean

10. Moondance by Van Morrison

11. Is Your Love Big Enough? by Lianne La Havas

12. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart? by Al Green

13. Red & White & Blue & Gold by Aoife O’Donovan

14. Nothing Even Matters by Lauryn Hill, D’Angelo

15. The Best Is Yet To Come by Frank Sinatra, Count Basie

16. You Don’t Know Me by Ray Charles

17. I Found My Everything by Mary J. Blige, Raphael Saadiq

18. Help Me by Joni Mitchell

19. I’ve Got Dreams To Remember by Otis Redding

20. Suzanne by Leonard Cohen

21. Feeling Good by Nina Simone

22. Stubborn Love by the Lumineers

23. Until by Cassandra Wilson

24. UMI Says by Mos Def

25. The Very Thought of You by Billie Holiday

26. Flamenco Sketches by Miles Davis

27. Woo by Erykah Badu

FKA Twigs Releases Surprise EP

FKA Twigs released a surprise EP today titled M3LL155X. This was a pleasant surprise on an uneventful Thursday. She’s so unapologetically herself and is able to express that so effortlessly through her work. I’m always excited to hear new music from her because she never disappoints.You can purchase her the EP here. Hopefully we can get this baby up on the site soon *hints to Conroy*

01 “Figure 8″
02 “I’m Your Doll”
03 “In Time”
04 “Glass & Patron”
05 “Mothercreep”

If you have some spare time on your hands, check out the video she released with the EP:

Of course the video nothing short of amazing and weird but what else do you expect from this young talent. I absolutely love the fearless creativity exhibited in this video. This video has everything I need. It’s visually appealing, has an artistic flare, layers of symbolism, and choreographed voguing.

Hell You Talmbout

Yesterday, before a secret show in Philadelphia, Janelle Monae helped lead a Black Lives Matter protest  alongside her Wondaland Records crew.

She spoke about the devastation our community has faced by police brutality as she addressed a crowd of over 150 protestors:

“They say a question lives forever, until it gets the answer it deserves. Won’t you say their names? Can we say their names right now? Can we speak their names, as long as we have breath in our bodies?”

Monae and Wondaland artist, Jidenna, who recently performed in Rochester, began to chant the names of Black men and women that have lost their lives at the hands of the police. The crowd broke out into chant repeating names such as Freddie Gray, Sandra Bland, Eric Gardner, Aiyana Jones, Sean Bell, and more. Everyone then began to march through the streets of North Philadelphia concluding the march at Temple University’s main campus.  See pictured below from Jidenna’s DJ,  NanaKwabena’s instagram:



Today Monae released an updated version of ‘Hell You Talmbout,’ which was originally released on her sophomore studio album ‘Electric Lady’ as a bonus track.  You can hear the updated track below:



Guacamole a la Chelsea

Recipe for 2-3

Things you’ll need:
2 avocados
2 diced Roma Tomatoes
1/2 small red onion
1/2 Fresh Lime
Minced Garlic or Garlic Salt

I like to use “Hint of Lime- Tostitos”

Try it out and text us at 678-1039 and tell us what you think.  ^_^

Biking to the Clarissa Street Reunion Parade

This Saturday, August 15, WDKX and the Conkey Cruisers will be riding their bikes and tricycles from the station to the Clarissa Street Reunion parade and back!

If you do not own a tricycle, the Conkey Cruisers will be delivering some to the station Saturday morning.  We will depart WDKX at 10:15am heading West on Main Street.  We will turn left on Ford and Left on Samuel McCrea Way to line up for the parade, which starts at 11:00am. The station is 2 miles from Clarissa Street.
Everyone riding a trike will need to sign a release of liability for Conkey Cruisers and WDKX. Forms will be available at the station.  We will depart Clarissa Street at 12:30pm heading back to WDKX.