Begin To Build Your Legacy

   It’s Monday so let’s hop into this week with a fresh mind and a renewed spirit! This is a new week to finish what you started, create new goals, celebrate accomplishments, or start over again. Whatever it is you make the choice to do this week make sure you follow through and actually do it. […]

VP Kamala Harris Makes History At Capital Pride Event

Over this past weekend, Vice President Kamala Harris made history as the first sitting U.S. vice president to participate in a Pride event ever. Harris marched through the streets of Washington D.C, alongside her husband Doug Emhoff. Kamala Harris’s march went viral as the community celebrated her appearance. Harris stated; “We need to make sure […]

Teachers Around the Country are Planning Protests Over Laws Restricting Racism Lessons

It wasn’t until George Floyd’s murder that Jared Middleton, a high school special education teacher in Springdale, Arkansas, began to criticize history lessons that didn’t include multiple perspectives or discussions of lasting implications. Along with Middletons recognition that schools have long ignored the history of People of Color, several other teachers have encountered the incorporate […]

What’s Coming to the Rochester Area

From new buildings to new businesses, renovations to reopenings, there is lots to get caught up on and keep track of in the Rochester area. If you have been to the city in the last year, you probably have noticed construction continuing, despite the pandemic. Most visible change and development, from Midtown to the former […]

Michigan Man Is Back In Jail After Shooting 6 Year Boy

   A judge was heavily criticized after she set Bail at $10,000 for a Michigan man who allegedly shot a 6 year old boy. The man who is identified as Ryan Le-Nguyen  is back in jail after a hearing Thursday which increased his bail to $100,000. According to reports Sheriff deputies responded to a call about […]

Doctor Believes Lobsterman Story About Being Swallowed Alive By Whale To Be Fishy

    There was a story going into the weekend about a Massachusetts lobsterman who claims he was swallowed alive by a whale and was able to escape. For a couple of days the story picked up national attention but is now being shot down by the ER doctor that treated the man. The man claims […]

Begin To Build Your Legacy

   It’s Monday so let’s hop into this week with a fresh mind and a renewed spirit! This is a new week to finish what you started, create new goals, celebrate accomplishments, or start over again. Whatever it is you make the choice to do this week make sure you follow through and actually do it. […]

VP Kamala Harris Makes History At Capital Pride Event

Over this past weekend, Vice President Kamala Harris made history as the first sitting U.S. vice president to participate in a Pride event ever. Harris marched through the streets of Washington D.C, alongside her husband Doug Emhoff. Kamala Harris’s march went viral as the community celebrated her appearance. Harris stated; “We need to make sure […]

Teachers Around the Country are Planning Protests Over Laws Restricting Racism Lessons

It wasn’t until George Floyd’s murder that Jared Middleton, a high school special education teacher in Springdale, Arkansas, began to criticize history lessons that didn’t include multiple perspectives or discussions of lasting implications. Along with Middletons recognition that schools have long ignored the history of People of Color, several other teachers have encountered the incorporate […]

What’s Coming to the Rochester Area

From new buildings to new businesses, renovations to reopenings, there is lots to get caught up on and keep track of in the Rochester area. If you have been to the city in the last year, you probably have noticed construction continuing, despite the pandemic. Most visible change and development, from Midtown to the former […]

What’s Coming to the Rochester Area

From new buildings to new businesses, renovations to reopenings, there is lots to get caught up on and keep track of in the Rochester area. If you have been to the city in the last year, you probably have noticed construction continuing, despite the pandemic. Most visible change and development, from Midtown to the former […]

2nd Round of New York’s Vaccine Scholarship Winners Announced

   The second drawing for New York State’s “Get a Shot to Make Your Future” raffle were announced on Thursday. Each week 10 students are randomly selected from a digital submission pool of 12-17 year old New Yorkers who have received at least one dose of the Covid19 vaccine. This week’s winners are Ella Campbell, Erie […]

NYS has the Nation’s Lowest 7-Day Average COVID-19 Positivity Rate

In a statement made Saturday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, stated NYS has the lowest 7-day average COVID-19 positivity rate. New York states positivity rate is at .44%. Cuomo stated: “We’re beating back COVID-19 across the state and New York has the nation’s lowest 7-day average positivity rate, but it’s going to take more vaccinations to get us across the […]

Darnella Frazier Wins An Honorary Pulitzer for Filming George Floyd’s Murder

Darnella Frazier was just seventeen years old when she recorded George Floyd’s murder in Minneapolis last year. Her video played a major role in igniting a global protest movement against police violence, as well as being used as evidence in the trial of George Floyd’s killer. Darnella Fraizer’s video showed former Minneapolis police officer Derek […]

WDKX House Party Sponsored by Hennessy

WDKX is hosting a house party this Saturday night. — See all the different Hennessey mixed drink recipes and party with WDKX this Saturday night – brought to you by Hennessy. Never stop. Never settle. Always enjoy Hennessy responsibly Recipes Click to enlarge

Mike Epps Hip Hop Party (Streaming)

 Streaming Concert • Premieres October 9 The Mike Epps Hip Hop Party brings together iconic artists from the Golden Age of Hip Hop, for a night of extraordinary performances, made available to you right at home. The Mike Epps Hip Hop Party is an online concert event, featuring performances by: Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-One, […]

Black Lives Matter Rally hosted by the Rochester Black Nurses Association

Wear your mask, and bring your stethoscopes! The Rochester Black Nurses Association, a community organization sponsored by the UR School of Nursing that serves as a voice for Black nurses, invites nurses, nursing students, health care professionals, and the community at large to join them as they “call in” racism as a public health crisis, inequities […]

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