Monday Morning Noyze
Apr11

Monday Morning Noyze

Monday Morning Noyze is a segment that covers the most important news headlines from the past weekend. It’s hard to stay up to date on all the news that happens, but we are here to help a little. In case you missed it, here are the top stories that made headlines this weekend: Last night MTV held their 25th annual MTV Movie Awards.  The Rock (Dwayne Johnson) and Kevin Hart hosted this years show.  To see the full list of winners...

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Monday Morning Noyze
Apr04

Monday Morning Noyze

Monday Morning Noyze is a segment that covers the most important news headlines from the past weekend. It’s hard to stay up to date on all the news that happens, but we are here to help a little. Incase you missed it, here are the top stories that made headlines this weekend. Trump had to clarify remarks he made about abortion in an interview where he said he faces a double standard from the media that no other candidate faces....

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Art and Fun at First Friday
Mar04

Art and Fun at First Friday

First off, many of you may be thinking,”What is first Friday?”  The first Friday is celebrated in Cortland County in a movement to celebrate the arts in local communities on the first Friday of each month.  Local galleries, studios, artists, music and performing arts venues will be open to the public from 5pm to 8pm.  The talent of local potters, painters, artisans, crafters, poets and musicians will be showcased. The...

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Monday Morning Noyze
Feb29

Monday Morning Noyze

Monday Morning Noyze is a new segment that will cover the most important news headlines from the past weekend. I’ll be the first to admit that I hear about news through social media, but I choose to follow twitter accounts such as The New York Times and CNN.  Incase you missed it, here are the top stories that made headlines this weekend. Academy Awards: Leonardo DiCaprio took home his first Oscar for best actor in the...

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Why Is There a Leap Year?
Feb29

Why Is There a Leap Year?

Do you have any idea what the leap year actually is?  Not a lot of people do.  A leap year occurs every four years, to help adjust the calendar year with the solar year because it takes the earth to complete its orbit around the sun about 365 1/4 days.  A common year has 365 days and a leap year has 366 days, and the extra day is February 29th. Who created leap year?  It is believed that Egyptians were the first people to add a leap...

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