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The Roberson Legacy

The Roberson LegacyIn today’s world it is commonplace to hear of doctors, lawyers or those in C-Suite positions making a positive impact on an area.  But I want to take you back to a different time in Binghamton.  A time when a carpenter built the foundation for a...

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Your Neighbor & Noted Sportswriter Jim Maggiore

Your Neighbor & Noted Sportswriter Jim Maggiore

Your Neighbor & Noted Sportswriter Jim Maggiore Character building and baseball have gone hand in hand for almost 150 years and is just one reason it remains America’s official national sport. We here in Binghamton have been privileged to have a rich baseball...

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We’ve Got Talent

We’ve Got Talent

We've Got Talent A young 19 year old Edward G. Robinson makes his first professional stage performance at Binghamton’s Stone Opera House (later called the Riviera Theatre). No surprise though. For generations spanning centuries from the 1800’s to present day this area...

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Kismet Harris Weiss and Sarah Knoell

Kismet Harris Weiss and Sarah Knoell

Meet Harris Weiss and Sarah Knoell There is no stronger force to bind two people together than love. And those fortunate enough to be fated to find each other do not need titles such as ‘Fiance’ or ‘Married’ to have this strong connection, although those titles may...

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Endicott’s Holiday Parade

Endicott’s Holiday Parade

Endicott’s Holiday Parade Endicott celebrated its 80th Annual Holiday Parade this year with towns folk of all ages taking in the show. For decades now families and friends have been lining the sidewalks to hear the marching bands and watch the floats and attractions...

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Suny Gala

Suny Gala

SUNY Broome celebrated their Second Annual SUNY Broome Gala this December in support of the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention. A great event to help raise money and bring awareness to a very important cause. Patrons were dressed to the nines while enjoying a...

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ST. JOHN’S 5K SANTA RUN

ST. JOHN’S 5K SANTA RUN

Undaunted by  the frigid weather many a familiar face hit the streets of Binghamton for the St. John 5k Santa Run.   Caleb Mallery won in a time of 16.59 with Sarah Briggs finishing first  in the women’s division & 6th overall in just 19min 32sec. What a...

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On the Town

On the Town

One of the best parts of putting out this magazine is getting out on the town to enjoy what the area has to offer and meeting some really great people. There’s always some place to go and something to do here! Here’s a look back at some of the folks we saw in 2019.

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Neighborhood Chef’s of 2019

Neighborhood Chef’s of 2019

Chris Baker - Tailgate Taco DipDave Brewer - HalushkiKelly Roma - Ham & Cabbage Soup (Italian Style)Corinna Johnson - Mom’s Four Layer DelightJoanie Ellis  - Sunday SauceBarbara Yonkin Bozen - Double Battered Onion RingsNichole Nichols - Grilled Bruschetta ChickenDeb...

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2019s Bartenders of the Month

2019s Bartenders of the Month

Tommy SaracenoTiffany GallagherRick KoritkowskiMelissa FortsonEmily BertramKelsey DunlapJoshua SedelmeyerCarol ThomasSarah Walck2019s Bartenders of the Month This past year we were happy to bring you a look at some of the great bartenders in the area.  It’s our way of...

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Remember When

Remember When

REMEMBER WHEN 100 Years ago we entered a decade in history remembered by some for its achievements, by others for its tragedies, and by all for a romanticized style that gave meaning to its nickname THE ROARING 20’S Here’s a look at some events and tidbits of the time...

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