Florida Couple Exposes Systemic Racism

November 23, 2020

When we say there is systemic racism in America you have people from the other side down playing it saying it’s not true. This story here is solid proof that is going on in America and has been going on. Abena Horton and her husband Alex Horton a interracial married couple experience discrimination racism first […]

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Several Rochester Retailers Stores Closed For Thanksgiving

November 23, 2020

Walmart, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Costco and Target top the list of several retailers stores in the region have announced they will close for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. Eastview, Greece Ridge and Marketplace Malls will each be closed for the holiday. Here is a Complete list of Stores closed on Thanksgiving. Abercrombie & Fitch Aeropostale Aldi […]

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What Is Healthier The Impossible Burger Or Beef?

November 22, 2020

I am a fan of the Impossible Burgers not so much because it may or may not be healthier, it’s just damn good! So, the debate lately is is the Impossible Burger a healthier option than regular beef burgers? Well, it really comes down to preference. There is an article on Greenmatters.com that breaks done […]

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Central Church Of Christ Winter Coat Drive

November 22, 2020

The Central Church Of Christ Winter Coat Drive This Thursday November 26th From 12 noon until 2:00 p.m. The coat giveaway will be at the Central Church of Christ 101 South Plymouth Avenue or give them a call 585-325-6043 You can drop off Coats From now until Wednesday November 25th From 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 […]

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Playing With Fire, Undermining Democracy In America

November 21, 2020

We have been talking a lot about Trump and his resistance to conceding. He has gone to different extremes and tactics to overturn votes in states he lost. Because of these actions, he is undermining the democracy of this country. This is dangerous for a multitude of reasons. However, I would like to focus on […]

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Rochester’s Own Quinton Rose Signs With NBA’s Sacramento Kings

November 20, 2020

Congratulations to Rochester’s own Quinton Rose. He signed with the NBA’s Sacramento Kings. Rose becomes the second player from Rochester to be heading to the NBA along with Isaiah Stewart. The pair join Rose’s former Bishop Kearney teammate Thomas Bryant (Wizards) in the NBA. Rose led the Temple Owls in scoring (16.4 ppg) and minutes per […]

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Nearly $2 Million Dollars Of Bootleg Clothes Seized At Rochester Airport

November 20, 2020

During the month of October officials at airport seized nearly $2 million dollars a in fake designer merchandise. Merchandise such as designer watches, clothes, and hats, that failed inspections at the the airport violated the United States copyright and trademarks laws and were seized by agents. Report also says shipments of drug paraphernalia were also […]

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City of Rochester Launched $1.5 Million Grant Program For Entrepreneurs

November 20, 2020

Mayor Lovely A. Warren has launched an Entrepreneur Resource Partner Enhancement Program. This program makes $1.5 million in grants available to six entrepreneur support organizations and six organizational coaches. The goal is to provide small businesses with case management support over a 24-month period. The organizations and coaches will help business identify funding and training […]

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Massive John Lewis Mural in Downtown Rochester is Complete [PHOTOS]

November 20, 2020

In less than 10 days, a group of artists turned a 3,000 square foot empty wall space in downtown Rochester into a multi-story mural tribute to John Lewis. The mural on State Street is called “I Am Speaking” and it depicts Lewis delivering an impassioned speech in 1963.     It sits steps away where […]

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RCSD Board Of Education Appoints New Commissioner

November 19, 2020

Former CEO and President of the Urban League William Clark is the new commissioner joining the RCSD Board of Education. His appointment was announced on Wednesday. William Clark will take the vacant seat left by Natalie Sheppard. Sheppard resigned from the board to take a position with the Monroe County Board Of Elections. Clark said […]

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