Garth Fagan Dance Offering Free Dance Classes on Dr. Martin Luther King Day

January 20, 2020

For the last 23 years Garth Fagan Dance has offered Free Dance Classes to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.    Today Monday January 20th, Garth Fagan will continue the MLK tradition hosting five free dance classes at Garth Fagan Dance on 50 Chestnut St.   11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. for youth (8-12 years […]

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People’s Choice Kitchen Owner speaks out after attempted robbery (PODCAST]

January 17, 2020

Van’s hero Darnell Wilson was recently recognized by local lawmakers for his quick actions to stop an attempted robber at People’s Choice Kitchen. We got the full story from Van herself, listen here. At Tuesday night’s meeting, the Monroe county legislature honored Wilson for protecting the people inside the People’s Choice Kitchen the Monday before […]

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Governor Andrew Cuomo Approves Grant For Hip Hop Museum

December 23, 2019

Governor Andrew Cuomo just announced a $3.5 million capital Grant to help launch the 1st ever universal hip hop museum dedicated to hip hop music & the culture. Everybody knows the South Bronx has been credited as the birthplace of hip hop back in the 1970s. Back in the beginning stages of hip hop People would say […]

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Dave Chappelle Mark Twain Prize Special On WXXI

January 10, 2020

It was great to see Dave Chappelle honored! Tuesday night WXXI aired the Dave Chappelle: The Kennedy Mark Twain Prize special. If you did not catch the episode the link to watch it is below. To give you an idea and little background on what the Mark Twain Prize is – Richard Pryor was the […]

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Girl Scouts Of Western NY Stops By The Wake Up Club

November 19, 2019

Written by DJ Sight The Girl Scouts of Western New York stopped by the WDKX Wake Up Club Monday morning to talk about some of the things that the have been going on and why it’s important for young girls to join the Girl Scouts. Girl Scouts of Western New York’s (GSWNY) Chief Impact Officer […]

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Ribbon Cutting For Frederick Douglass Memorial Plaza

December 5, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Rochester, New York is one of the most unique cities in the world. Sometimes I feel as if we don’t get the credit we rightfully deserve. This city single-handedly changed the country and the world, from technology to human rights. One of the great people we always celebrate here is Frederick […]

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R Kelly’s Girlfriends Fight on his BDay [VIDEO]

January 8, 2020

R. Kelly’s spent his 53rd birthday behind bars and his girlfriends “celebrated” by fighting each other at Trump Tower in Chicago. Watch the full video here..   Azriel Clary has been distancing herself from R Kelly lately, trying to climb out from under his shadow and establish herself as a musician. In the video you […]

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Saturday is National Day of Trick or Treat

October 24, 2019

Written by Jazzy T Halloween is a week away, but according to a new date added to the National Calendar, little ghosts and goblins should prepare for trick or treating this weekend. Saturday, October 26, 2019 is the first ever National Day of Trick or Treat. This comes after an online petition called for Halloween […]

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Frederick Douglass’ Name Misspelled on Several City Signs

October 24, 2019

Written by Jasmine It has been reported that a total of five Rochester city signs have Frederick Douglass’ name misspelled. If you happen to be walking, biking or driving in the Northland-Lyceum area near Bausch and Lomb, you may have noticed this. According to News10NBC, all of these signs, which point to the Northeast College […]

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Queen Latifah Honored At Harvard University

October 23, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Female rap artist and actress Queen Latifah was 1 of 6 people honored at Harvard University for her contribution to black history and black culture. She received the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal. Du Bois was the 1st black student to earn a doctorate from Harvard University in 1895. CONGRATULATIONS to Queen Latifah. […]

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