7:47am

Thu April 14, 2005
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Dying to Be Beautiful

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10:45am

Wed April 13, 2005
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CNY Refugee Series, Part 3

Syracuse, NY – Today we end our three-part series on refugees in Central New York with the story of Adisa Pot. She's a Bosnian woman who came to Syracuse eight years ago. WRVO's Skye Rohde reports.

10:42am

Tue April 12, 2005
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CNY Refugee Series, Part 2

Utica, NY – Today we continue our three-part series on refugees in Central New York with the story of Daniel Hne. He's a Liberian man who came to Utica last May. The city has become a common destination for refugees. WRVO's Skye Rohde has this report.

10:38am

Mon April 11, 2005
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CNY Refugee Series, Part 1

Syracuse, NY – Central New York has a rich history of refugee resettlement. In the early 20th century, Eastern Europeans came to cities like Syracuse and Utica. Today, the patterns of immigration have shifted dramatically. In the first piece of a three-part series, WRVO's Skye Rohde reports on the region's new arrivals.

8:09am

Fri April 8, 2005
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Holocaust Remembrance

Oswego, NY – 60 years ago, Walter Greenberg was a young boy whose escape from Nazi Europe took him to a refugee camp at Fort Ontario in Oswego, NY. His journey and that of just a few hundred others, later became known as the Safe Haven Story.
Now 72, the Rockland County, NY resident is back in Central New York for Holocaust Remembrance ceremonies at Syracuse's Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
He spoke with WRVO's Chris Ulanowski.

10:14am

Thu April 7, 2005
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Images of Iraq - Feature Interview

Syracuse, NY – Photojournalist Matt Moyer saw the freedom granted to the Iraqi people with the fall of Baghdad to U-S troops in April 2003. His photographs were featured in National Geographic's June 2004 magazine.
The LaFayette, NY native was back in Central New York to speak about his photos at Onondaga Community College. Mr. Moyer's exhibit "Images of Iraq" will be on display at OCC's Ann Felton Multi-cultural Center galley through April 27.

1:29pm

Wed April 6, 2005
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Feature Interview with W-L Swarts

Oswego, NY – A north country Congressman has a challenger, even though the next election is 19 months away.
Twenty-eight year-old novelist and substitute teacher W-L Swarts is mounting a campaign to unseat republican John McHugh, who's been in office since 1992.
The independent candidate is from Oneida County. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski asked Swarts about his candidacy.

11:41am

Tue April 5, 2005
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Onondaga Nation Responds to Land Claim Criticism

Oswego, NY – WRVO's Elizabeth Christensen speaks with Onondaga Nation general counsel, Joe Heath, about the tribe's land action.

11:25am

Mon April 4, 2005
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Feature Interview : Social Security

Oswego, NY – WRVO's Elizabeth Christensen speaks to AARP volunteer Steve Whisenand about privatizing social security.

11:07am

Mon April 4, 2005
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St. Jude's Gospel

Oswego, NY – A former Pulaski resident has written a new book, and Central New York plays a supporting role in it. John Howell is author of "St. Jude's Gospel." He told WRVO's Skye Rohde that it's a story about underdogs overcoming the odds, faith rising from cynicism and the awakening of love.

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