RCSD To Host 2 COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics June 2nd

May 29, 2021

Rochester City School District Superintendent Dr. Lesli Myers-Small said yesterday they are working with Walgreens Pharmacy to host COVID-19 vaccine. The Clinics will be on Wednesday June 2nd from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at both the Jefferson and Franklin campuses. Appointments are not needed, and the shots are open to anyone 12 years old and older. […]

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Simone Biles Lands “Impossible” Trick and Wins US Classic [VIDEO]

May 29, 2021

Simone Biles proved once again why she is the greatest gymnast of all time!  Wearing a rhinestone goat on her back, she just won the U.S Classic in Indianapolis, her first meet since 2020. The 5 time gold medalist is no stranger to winning, it’s how she won that has other G.O.A.T.S like Lebron James […]

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M.L.K. Jr. POOL TABLE now in Rochester

May 28, 2021

Remarkably, the pool table that Martin Luther King Jr. played on for three years while he was a seminary student has been recovered and fully restored. What’s even more amazing is that this historic artifact will be unveiled tomorrow at 1:00 pm at 18 Grove Place which is located, right here, in Rochester, NY. Joining in the […]

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8 People Killed In A Shooting In San Jose

May 27, 2021

Yesterday, Sam Cassidy, an employee of the Valley Transportation Authority opened fire Wednesday at a California rail yard serving Silicon Valley, killing eight people. According to the authorities, the gunman was also dead. Santa Clara County Sheriff, Laurie Smith, stated that it was “undetermined” how the shooter had died. The shooting took place around 6:30 […]

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Feeling the Heat? Spray Parks Open Friday

May 27, 2021

Feeling the heat these past few days? As pools are opening up, Rochester’s spray parks will open for the season this Friday. R-Center spray parks will be open daily from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. These spray parks include the ones at the Carter Street R-Center, David F. Gantt R-Center, Edgerton R-Center, Humboldt R-Center, Roxie […]

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One Year Later: Local Police Share How George Floyd’s Death has Changed Their Departments

May 26, 2021

Tuesday, May 26th, marks one year since George Floyd’s death. Floyd’s death sparked multiple nationwide movements. These movements spoke out against police brutality and racism, and these movements “prompted many states to ban or restrict police use of the chokehold.” Chief David Catholdi with Brighton Police Department stated: “I think George Floyd’s murder impacted almost […]

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The Army Allowing More Hairstyles For Women

May 24, 2021

The United States Army is now allowing female enlisted soldiers to wear their hair in ponytails in all uniforms. This is a change from the previous hairstyle of a requirement to keep their hair in a tight bun. There are exceptions to this in terms of length, especially during tactical or physical training, however, women […]

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ROC Summer Soul Festival Headliner’s Boyz II Men To Appear On Black-ish Season Finale

May 17, 2021

ROC Summer Soul Festival Headliner’s Boyz II Men will guest star on season finale of Black-ish on May 18th. Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman talked about their time on set and how Anthony Anderson. And him put them through their paces to get them into tiptop acting shape during a ET interview. Wanya explained that Nathan Morris […]

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Snoop Dogg Features Madonna in his Music Video for his New Single ‘Gang Signs’

May 10, 2021

Snoop Dogg recently released his music video for “Gang Signs” and it features a cameo by a certain longtime pop star, Madonna. The famed singer was so excited over the appearance, she took to Twitter to tweet; Was so much fun to show up in @SnoopDogg video for his new song Gang Signs! 🐐 🐐!! […]

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Wingate University, NC, acknowledges namesake

May 10, 2021

Wingate University is a private liberal arts college located in North Carolina. They have made action to set up a committee to determine the next steps after learning its namesake, Washington Manly Wingate, sold slaves a year before the Civil War. The committee is made up of faculty, staff, students, alumni, trustees, town officials. Their […]

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