Chris Brubeck's Triple Play performs as part of the Oneonta Concert Association. The Brothers MacRae perform at Galaxy Brewing in Binghamton. The Cider Mill Playhouse presents the thriller Angel Street, the source of the film Gaslight.
During World War II, Lt. Col. George Haley flew combat missions with the famed Tuskegee Airmen. The actions of Lt. Col. Haley and the other Tuskegee Airmen paved the way for other African-Americans in the military and led to the ultimate desegregation of the military in 1948. EARLY LIFE
George Haley grew up in the small Upstate town of Bath, New York.
Oneonta author Deborah Blake talks about the new book in her Baba Yaga series. We hear an excerpt from Romancing Spain by Lamar Herrin read by David Romm at last November's Ithaca Out Loud event. Entertainment Editor Chris Kocher gives us a look at what is coming up this weekend.
Upstate NY-based artist Amy Tavern's artistic talent relies on her memories to make exquisite hand-crafted jewelry, turning her memories into wearable objects that carry with them what she refers to as a "universal understanding". WSKG's crew visited Amy's studio in Richfield Springs, where she explains how her work is autobiographical and enables her to communicate with other people, while revealing the singularities of the objects such as their tradition and history. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4XtHXpiX3U
Amy’s talent has been recognized and celebrated by Metalsmith Magazine, and rock star Amy Lee has worn her pieces at the Grammy's.
Artists Amara Kopakova and J.K. talk about their collaborative exhibit at the Bundy Museum. Liz Simmons of the string and vocal trio Low Lily speaks with Crystal Sarakas. Director Kathleen Murray tells how a murder confession turns into comedy in John Millington Synge's The Playboy of the Western World. Chris Kocher gives a roundup of coming events. https://youtu.be/hca4RwueMuI