Expect Road Closures For Reindeer Run Tomorrow, 12/14

December 13, 2019

Your route may be effected if you plan on traveling through downtown Rochester this Saturday due to the Annual 5k Reindeer Run. The race will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end around 10:30 a.m. in front of the Blue Cross Arena. Roads effected by this race are as follows: Exchange Blvd South bound from Broad […]

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Rules For Step Jam 2019

December 13, 2019

Here are the rules for Step Jam 2019 at the Blue Cross Arena December 14th, 2019. Dress Code:  No gang/set symbols including group names, number, or labels allowed No air brushed clothing No bandanas No sagging pants No hoodie caps worn in the Blue Cross Arena No ski masks No book bags No bullet proof […]

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12/12 Is The Last Full Moon of the Decade! 🌚

December 13, 2019

*Sigh* the moon ❤. Across many traditions it has been associated with feminine energy, intuition and the deep inner psyche. It pushes and pulls the tides and can have an intense effect on our behaviors and emotions. Most importantly however, it’s beautiful to look at. 😍😍 The December moon has many names. To Algonquin tribes […]

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East HS Boys & Girls Varsity Basketball Schedules

December 10, 2019

Boys Varsity 2019-2020 Schedule   Girls Varsity 2019-2020 Schedule  

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New Yorkers Plan On Spending $500 Or More On Christmas Shopping

December 10, 2019

‘Tis the season to give. If you buy someone a gift for the holidays does it matter the cost of the gift? Or is it just the thought that counts? 🤔 For example, if I was married and I bought my spouse a gift that was $30 verses a gift that cost a couple $100. Should they […]

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Jam Squad Recap: Bringing Christmas Downtown 2019

December 7, 2019

Written by Jasmine The WDKX Jam Squad had the pleasure of being part of the city of Rochester’s annual Christmas event, Bringing Christmas Downtown 2019! Every December, the city of Rochester comes together with local community organizations to help provide Christmas gifts and winter coats to families in the community in need. Everyone meets at […]

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Buffalo & Syracuse City School Districts Recruiting Rochester Teachers Effected By Layoffs

December 6, 2019

Written by Jasmine This week we learned about the mid-year staff cuts for the Rochester City School District. In order to tame a $30 million budget deficit, the district plans to layoff more than 150 RCSD employees. According to the Rochester Teacher’s Association, layoffs will include 152 teachers, 32 non-teaching employees, 22 paraprofessionals and 12 administrators. […]

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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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New York City Ballet Casts its First Black Lead in “The Nutcracker”

December 5, 2019

Written by Jasmine 11-year-old Charlotte Nebres is making history after being cast as Marie in New York City Ballet’s holiday production of “The Nutcracker”. She is officially the first black lead in the history of the dance company’s production, which dates back to 1954.   View this post on Instagram   IN THE NEWS // […]

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Lambda Turkey Drive 🦃

November 15, 2019

Written by Jasmine Throughout the month of November, the Omega Chapter of La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc. will be accepting donations to help feed families in need during the holidays. With the help of Dimitri House, the Lambdas will host a Turkey drive to help feed the families in Rochester. Cashapp ($misa3l), […]

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