The election for mayor of Binghamton is finally over! We still have a month of flyers, media ads, photo ops, and shaking hands between Rich David and Teri Rennia, but even Rennia’s team must recognize by now the David landslide that will sweep her away. Breaking down statements to see how both sides view the issues, David and Rennia are both stamped from the same plastic-politician mold. It really doesn’t matter much which takes over the leather … Continue reading
“Music, Movies & Mayhem” hosted by Heather Black and Tim “Crow” O’Hearn focuses on rock, heavy metal, and the film industry. The show airs each Friday at 6:00pm Eastern Time on the Philly Rock Radio Network. Heather is a veteran radio DJ, while Crow has been seen in several movies and TV shows, including the upcoming I Am Horror production The House on Ghost Hill Road. He also plays drums in Devilock, a Misfits tribute … Continue reading
Greetings fellow Zoners! Hope you and your families are well! There were a ton of great local bands here in the last month since we chatted. I hope you got a chance to get out and see some of our great local talents! Our local music scene is happening right now, and a majority of the … Continue reading
A while back Lauren Chouinard of Eugene, OR, wrote us about researching the Police Gazette’s coverage of his cousin, former lightweight boxing champion George “Kid” Lavigne. Well, Lauren’s book is now finished and in stores. It’s already gotten a glowing writeup in the local Eugene newspaper, The Register-Guard, and doesn’t just describe the life of Kid … Continue reading
In a battle that will likely end up receiving some “Fight of the Year” mention when MMA journalists compile their year-end award lists, former Union-Endicott wrestling standout and current Ithaca resident Jon Jones successfully defended his UFC 205-pound world title against the extremely game Alexander Gustafsson. The veteran fighter from Sweden pushed the previously invincible Jones to the brink and inflicted more damage on the champion than all19 of his previous opponents combined.
Jones broke his foot … Continue reading
As I glance out the window at a passing school bus from the desk of my office I thank God even after all these years that I’m not on it. Besides the occasional nightmare, my experience with all things scholastic has slowed almost to a standstill. However, I take solace in knowing there are those within the education system who help free the mind instead of reducing it to an entropic worm-infested hollow.
As evidence I … Continue reading
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Where there’s smoke there’s… something you forgot to attend to! Stay sober on the 22nd and answer all unknown callers.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Something your uncle said once is beginning to come true. Stay aware of your surroundings and away from Thai food.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): A man in a wheelchair isn’t telling all he knows. Sometimes a shakeup or roll down can loosen lips.
ARIES (March 21-April 19): Nosy reporters … Continue reading
The Police Gazette is a legendary publication that originally ran for over 130 years and was the inspiration for much of what we take for granted in today’s popular culture. Playboy, Sports Illustrated, the National Enquirer, Guinness World Records, Life, Esquire, Maxim, Backstage, crime sheets like The Slammer, plus The Daily Show, Colbert Report, Howard Stern…. The list goes on; the Police Gazette did it first. So why call it the “National POLICE Gazette?” Because it also … Continue reading