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Viewing Videos From October 2009:

Cornell Hockey OT Goal vs. Niagara 10/30/09
Joe Devin's overtime game-winning goal against Niagara on Oct. 30, 2009
Date Added: 10/31/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Beethoven Mass in C Major Kyrie by Penn Yan Community Chorus
Beethoven's Mass in C Major Kyrie Penn Yan Community Chorus The soloists are Soprano- Aimee Stempien, Alto-Corrine Derue, Tenor- Hans Walter-Peterson, Bass- John Stewart
Date Added: 10/31/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Yates County

Canandaigua vs. Victor
This is the highlight video filmed and produced by Cutri Productions of the Canandaigua vs. Victor High School varsity football quarter final play-off game played at Victor on October 23, 2009. The CA Braves lost 0-6.
Date Added: 10/30/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Ontario County

Shelley's 'Little Shop of Horrors'
Shelley Preese of Middlesex created a Grim Reaper named Grimmy by hand for Halloween.
Date Added: 10/29/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Yates County

Balloons for Brittanee
People gather together in memory of Brittanee Drexel and release hundreds of balloons.
Date Added: 10/29/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Rochester Area

Check Up From The Neck Up 11-1-09
Dr Rich O'Neill broadcasts from inside Upstate Medical in Syracuse.
Date Added: 10/29/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Syracuse Area

Remembering Daniel Rivera
People gather to honor the memory of Daniel Rivera who died Sunday morning in Mosul, Iraq from injuries he suffered in a motor-vehicle accident.
Date Added: 10/28/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Rochester Area

Making Apple Cider
Kids at Scribner Road Elementary School in Penfield enjoy making apple cider and eating desserts.
Date Added: 10/28/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Rochester Area

Slice, Spice & Dice: Heat #3 in Kitchen #1
Docs Lakeside Seafood & Steakhouse uses only the freshest ingredients and seafood in the world including live Maine lobster. Docs is noted for its great decks and setting just a few hundred steps away from Canandaiguas City Pier and Canandaigua Lake.
Date Added: 10/28/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Ontario County

Inside SU's Melo Center
The Post-Standard's Mike Waters talks with Brad Pike, Syracuse University basketball's head athletic trainer, about the facility at the Carmelo K. Anthony Center.
Date Added: 10/28/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

The Melding of Music and Dance
Brighton resident Blair Hornbuckle is the co-founder and musical director of Bush Mango Drum & Dance in Rochester. The video shows the studio's professional performance company doing a song.
Date Added: 10/27/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Rochester Area

SU Reaches Out to LGBT, Offers Co-ed Suites
CitrusTV's Zack Owens speaks with university officials to learn why a new program is coming to Syracuse University this fall allowing members of the opposite sex to live with one another. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Date Added: 10/27/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Syracuse Area

Lyons Harvest Fest: Lolly PoP
Lyons Fall Harvest Festival. October 24, 2009.
Date Added: 10/27/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Wayne County

Ladybugs Invade Central New York
CitrusTV's Stacy Lange reports on swarms of ladybugs in Central New York. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Date Added: 10/27/2009   Category: Local Weather   Location: Syracuse Area

SU bowl chances WAER reporter / Orange Press Pass
WAER's Andrew Africk joins us in studio to take a look at the upcoming schedule for the 'Cuse and tells us whether or not they have a shot to go bowling. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Date Added: 10/27/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Slice, Spice & Dice: Heat # 1 in Kitchen #2
Trattoria Aroma serves up authentic, rustic Italian cuisine in an upscale, yet homey atmosphere in Buffalo.
Date Added: 10/27/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Ontario County

October Artist-in-Residence, The Corning Museum of Glass
Mielle Riggie works with both the strength and fragility of glass to illustrate the dynamics of human emotion or conditions. In her residency at The Studio, Riggie is creating cast-glass sculpture amplifying elements in nature, such as leaves or roots, and recombining disparate parts in ways that exaggerate the tension and balance of humans with their surroundings. See more of Mielle's work at http://www.mielleriggie.com
Date Added: 10/26/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Southern Tier

Grim Reaper comes to Lyons
Grim Reaper comes to Lyons.
Date Added: 10/26/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Wayne County

SU Sustainability leads Lights Out campaign
CitrusTV's Erika Mahoney reports on the Lights Out campaign spearheaded by NYPIRG and SU's Sustainability Division. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Date Added: 10/26/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Syracuse Area

RIT on TV News: Greenway GreenRide
YNN reports on Rochester Institute of Technology's commemoration of the International Day of Climate Action, featuring a bike ride from downtown Rochester to the RIT campus. It may not always be the right weather for a bike ride around here, but as they say wait 5 minutes and it'll change. The rain Saturday morning didn't stop a group of environmentally conscious riders from hitting the trail. The purpose: to mark the International Day of Climate Action. "Once it gets into the colder weather, that's when a lot of people don't ride anymore, said James Kubiniec, part of the group that started at the Rundel Library in Downtown Rochester. But you can do it. Just gear up." They pedaled their way to RIT, but this wasn't your everyday bike ride. Today we are getting together for 350.org, said Jesse Harrington, a RIT Grad Student. It's a national move for climate change and climate action." The group, 350.org, wants to push world leaders to sign a treaty in Copenhagen in December that would cap carbon emissions. But this also has a local touch. "Today, specifically, we are riding to advocate bicycle lanes in Rochester," added Harrington. The hope is to get more bike lanes throughout Rochester and to cut down on car traffic by creating a covered bike path stretching from downtown Rochester to the University of Rochester and RIT. It would give people to choice to ride their bikes, regardless of whether it's raining or snowing. "There's no direct path from RIT to downtown for bikes besides this trail, added Harrington. It needs improvements and we'd like to bike all year round." I thought it was a little outside the box when I first heard about it, but it looks like it really has legs, and I am under it and I am really excited, said Rebecca Johnson, a biking enthusiast. The ride ended with a rally on the RIT campus, stressing the importance of alternate means of transportation. Its just the beginning for a new two wheel push.
Date Added: 10/26/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Rochester Area

Cornells Men's Basketball Red-White Scrimmage Recap
Head coach Steve Donahue recaps Cornell's Red-White men's basketball scrimmage on Oct. 24, 2009.
Date Added: 10/26/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Syracuse vs. Akron Post Game Presser
Doug Marrone talks about Saturday's Syracuse win over Akron in the Carrier Dome.
Date Added: 10/26/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Cornell Men's Hockey vs. Windsor 10/23/09
A compilation of goals from the Big Red's 7-0 exhibition victory over the University of Windsor on Oct. 23, 2009
Date Added: 10/25/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Fall Harvest Pumpkin roll Lyons on 10/24/09
The 1st annural Fall Harvest Festival October 24th 2009 in Lyons, N.Y,, Enjoy as over 300 pumpkins come tumbling down.
Date Added: 10/25/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Wayne County

200th Anniversary for Penn Yan Church
The Bellona Memorial Presbyterian Church is celebrating 200 years. There is a special service on Sunday November 8th at 10:30 AM and visitors are welcome to celebrate with us. Background music Penn Yan Community Chorus
Date Added: 10/25/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Yates County

Red Newt Reality: Brandon's Cabernet Sauvignon workout
Sometimes we really make wine the old fashioned way. This Cabernet Sauvignon will be gently crushed and fermented as whole clusters.
Date Added: 10/25/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Schuyler County

Cornell Press Conference vs. Brown on 10/24/09
Cornell head football coach Jim Knowles and Brown head coach Phil Estes discuss the Bears' 34-14 victory at Schoellkopf Field.
Date Added: 10/25/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Victor KO's Canandaigua
Victor produced 201 total offensive yards, 158 on the ground, while limiting Canandaigua to 114 total yards. Josh Maves had 18 carries for 72 yards and Sean Hackel added 66 yards on 10 carries to lead the Blue Devils. Quarterback Richie Chute added 43 yards through the air and also carried the ball 10 times as Victor defeated Canandaigua on Friday evening, October 23, 2009.
Date Added: 10/24/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Ontario County

Syracuse: Light the Night Cancer Walk
Marchers walk along a 2-mile route in downtown Syracuse tonight in support of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's 11th annual Light the Night Walk. Taryn Chapola, of Syracuse, John Skilinski, of Pulaski, John Gebhardt, of Baldwinsville, and Emily Costello, of Camillus, talk about what brought them to the event.
Date Added: 10/23/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Syracuse Area

Ways to Revitalize Onondaga Creek
Don Hughes, an environmental scientist with the Onondaga Environmental Institute, talks about possible ways to revitalize Onondaga Creek during a canoe trip down the waterway, in June. Hughes talks about making the creek more accessible for recreation, the current sewage overflow problem, and ways to address that. Also on the canoe trip are members of Onondaga County, including County Executive Joanie Mahoney, the Onondaga Environmental Institute, and a community organizer with the Onondaga Nation.
Date Added: 10/23/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Syracuse Area

Syracuse: C-NS vs. Baldwinsville on Homecoming
The Baldwinsville Bees get past the Northstars of Cicero-North Syracuse 21-7 on Homecoming night at rain-soaked Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium, in week five of the 2009 CNY high school football season.
Date Added: 10/23/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

RIT on TV News: Cycling Conference Preview
WROC-TV (Channel 8) previews the Greenway Greenride and Bike Summit taking place at Rochester Institute of Technology on Oct. 24. Rochester is known for a lot of things, but how about being the bicycle capital of the world? Cycling could help problems like obesity, and solving problems like that are the point of this weekend's Greenway Greenride and Bike summit. The conference at RIT will begin with a bike ride downtown, but that wont be all. "Some city planners and some bicycle experts from the region tackling a number of developments, which could turn, strange to say, Rochester, into a world capital of recreational bicycling," said RIT professor Jon Schull. Schull says we're not far off, since Rochester already has a wide network of trials. "There are several trails that have taken different portions of what use to be a railway line," said Schull. Currently, there is more than five miles of bike trails. In preparation for the green conference, RIT students and faculty have begun creating experimental electric bikes that would be ideal for those trials. RIT estimates that 60% of car trips are less than a mile. They say if they could just get people to bike instead of drive, their lives would be healthier. "One of the things that we are doing is developing the notion that with canopies or snowblowers or bike tubes, you can make a year around transit way for bikes," said Schull. The conference begins on Saturday. They're expecting between 100 to 300 cyclists.
Date Added: 10/23/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Rochester Area

Ralliers at Cananadigua City Hall for Health Care Reform
Ralliers outside City Hall call for health care reform.
Date Added: 10/23/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Ontario County

Flu shots at Syracuse University | CitrusTV News
CitrusTV's Hannah Kollock speaks with representatives from the Syracuse University Health Services to find out the latest on flu shot availability on campus and when an H1N1 shot may be coming. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Date Added: 10/22/2009   Category: Local News   Location:

K2P - Buffalo Bills Week #6 Recap Show
Kenny Haas takes a look back at the Buffalo Bills' victory over the NY Jets on Sunday, October 19, 2009.
Date Added: 10/21/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: State News

Cornell Head Coach Jim Knowles Previews Brown Game
Cornell head football coach Jim Knowles '87 previews this Saturday's game against defending Ivy League champion Brown at Schoellkopf Field.
Date Added: 10/21/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

RIT on TV News: Hurwitz Interview
YNN interviews National Technical Institute for the Deaf president Alan Hurwitz about his decision to leave Rochester Institute of Technology to join Gallaudet University as its new president. There is mixed emotion on the campus of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at RIT. The school's president, Alan Hurwitz, announced over the weekend that he is leaving at the end of the year. After 40 years at NTID, Alan Hurwitz wasn't looking for a new job. "I had planned to make this actually my last position," says Hurwitz through an interpreter. But then Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. began a search for its next president. "They contacted me four or five times and each time I said 'no'," says Hurwitz. "Thank you, but no." Eventually they convinced him to meet and put him on the short list. Like NTID, Gallaudet is a well known school for the deaf and hard of hearing. But NTID is a technical university and one of eight colleges that make up the larger RIT. "Gallaudet is a stand alone university," says Hurwitz. "It is primarily a premiere liberal arts university." Over the weekend, Hurwitz and his wife were introduced to the Gallaudet community. "Everyone stood up and was applauding," says Hurwitz. "We were just so touched." Especially after Gallaudet's previous searches. In 2006 students, faculty and alumni staged campus protests about a presidential choice. In 1988 protestors formed the "Deaf President Now" movement, after numerous presidents who were not deaf. "I think in comparison to previous search processes I think this was a very very transparent process," says Hurwitz. In his 11 years as the head of NTID, Hurwitz says he's proud of the new outreach programs for high schoolers and even middle schoolers, as well as stronger ties with RIT's other colleges. "That allow our students to be able to get a solid foundation to prepare themselves for their baccalaureate studies," says Hurwitz. Hurwitz says another one of his major accomplishments is the school's student development center. It's not just a place for academics, but also social development, including a coffee bar, food court, meeting spaces, and rooms for student activities. "I think Rochester, if not the best is one of the most deaf friendly towns," says Hurwitz. The town where he and his wife raised their kids. A place he says they'll miss. "I think reality's starting to hit me now, but I'm very excited about this opportunity," says Hurwitz. "My wife and I are both very much looking forward to it." On Monday RIT announced that Professor James DeCaro will serve as interim president for one year while a national search is conducted for a permanent replacement. Hurwitz will stay on board until December to ease the transition. Category: Education
Date Added: 10/21/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Rochester Area

Slice, Dice & Spice by Haley
Area chefs compete in local contest.
Date Added: 10/20/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Ontario County

Cornell Football Highlights vs. Fordham
Highlights of Cornell's 39-27 football loss to Fordham on Oct. 17, 2009.
Date Added: 10/20/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Southern Tier

Keuka College Field Period in Italy
Keuka College. The National Leader in Experiential, Hands on Learning. Students Tour of Italy.
Date Added: 10/20/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Yates County

RIT on TV News: Matt Fronk
WROC-TV (Channel 8) reports on Matt Fronk, former General Motors executive and fuel cells expert who joins Rochester Institute of Technology as director of the Center for Sustainable Mobility. The man who headed up the Fuel Cell Research Lab in Honeoye Falls for 20 years is teaching a whole new generation. The GM Fuel Cell plant in Honeoye Falls is in Matt Fronk's rear-view mirror. He's moving forward in his new position at RIT, and Fronk says it will allow him to focus on more than the development of green technology for cars. He is a veteran in the industry, and he'll be using his 30 years experience to teach students and employees on fuel cells, hybrids and biofuels. Fronk says the Fuel Cell program at GM is in good shape, and he believes his work at RIT could help further the technology. "We have a lot of good work going on with the car companies, but not much support from the government. I think RIT can play a role in trying to connect the dots, and that will be one of my responsibilities," said Fronk. Fronk plans to look in his rear-view mirror from time to time to connect the dots. "The plan is to still work closely with Honeoye Falls and other companies to move this ahead, and have effective commercial product down the road," said Fronk. Fronk's formal title is the director of the Center for Sustainable Mobility. The department is part of RIT's Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies.
Date Added: 10/20/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Ontario County

Midseason Fan Reactions To Orange Football
CitrusTV's AJ Donatoni hits the streets to find out what the Syracuse University community thinks of this year's football team under new head coach Doug Marrone. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Date Added: 10/20/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Wine 101: Bottle Education
Latest episode of wine 101 from Silver Springs Winery.
Date Added: 10/19/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Schuyler County

Passing Through Lyons

Date Added: 10/19/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Wayne County

Fans react to Marrone and SU football team
Reporter Ravi Masand takes a look at how the fans are reacting to the new look coach and new look football team. CitrusTV has a reporter at each and every game, home and away, thanks to Holy Shirt. Custom printed and embroidered clothing for your group, team or business. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Date Added: 10/19/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Children's Choir and Sermon done by our Youth Group in Auburn
Children's Choir and Children's Sermon presented by our Youth Group.
Date Added: 10/19/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Cayuga County

Cornell vs. Fordham Postgame Press Conference
Cornell head coach Jim Knowles and Fordham head coach Tom Masella talk about Saturday's 39-27 Rams win at Schoellkopf Field.
Date Added: 10/18/2009   Category: Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Elmira Southside vs Horseheads Jordan Shay TD catch
Jordan Shay, junior wide receiver for Elmira Southside High School catches a TD pass on a post route against Horseheads. Jordan finished with 4 catches for 59 yards and 1 TD. Game was played 10-17-09 at Horseheads High School in Horseheads, NY. The final score was Horseheads 22 ESS 12. The Green Hornets drop to 3-4 on the year. Jordan has 36 catches and 665 yards for an 18.5 yards per catch average.
Date Added: 10/18/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Southern Tier

Bowling For "Fun" come and join in
Penn Yan's Bowling Center is a nice family place to spend an afternoon, or evening. There are many leagues looking for more bowlers. The Senior League on Tuesdays could use a few more bowlers. It is a fun league and $6.50 gets you three games plus socializing with some nice people. You don't have to be a "pro-bowler".
Date Added: 10/18/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Yates County

Cornell vs. Fordham Postgame Press Conference
Cornell head coach Jim Knowles and Fordham head coach Tom Masella talk about Saturday's 39-27 Rams win at Schoellkopf Field.
Date Added: 10/17/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Day One of Cornell Men's Basketball Practice
Day one review of Cornell men's basketball practice at Ithaca College on Oct. 16, 2009.
Date Added: 10/17/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

2009 Syracuse Men's Basketball Media Day
Video from 2009 Syracuse Men's Basketball Media Day held Friday, October 16, 2009.
Date Added: 10/16/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Director NYS Canal Corporation in Newark
Carmella R. Mantello, Director NYS Canal Corporation visits the Port of Newark to see the murals and the restoration project underway in Lockville. Carmella also get her first Trail Works passport rubbing at stop #10 in Lockville in the Village of Newark.
Date Added: 10/16/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Wayne County

Canandaigua Scarecrow Theft Footage
Surveillance footage of two young girls stealing the foot from the 26-foot scarecrow in Commons Park in Canandaigua. The theft occurred early Sunday morning and city police charged the girls with fourth-degree criminal mischief and petit larceny.
Date Added: 10/15/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Ontario County

Upstate Medical: The Time is Now
Upstate Medical University President, Dr David Smith's opening video for his 2009 State of the University Presentation on October 13, 2009
Date Added: 10/15/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Syracuse Area

K2P = The Buffalo Bills Week #5 Recap Show
Kenny Haas takes a look back at the Buffalo Bills' pathetic Week #5, 6-3 loss to the Cleveland Browns at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday, October 11, 2009 and gets a visit from Christina, AKA Snowcones, from a fellow FingerLakes1.com blogger.
Date Added: 10/14/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: State News

HAC Girls Volleyball Closing in on Perfect Season
The H-AC girls volleyball team is closing in on a perfect regular season.
Date Added: 10/14/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Wayne County

Keuka Lake State Park on October Day
Pennyantv took this short video of Keuka Lake at the State Park. It is a pretty day, but we all know in upstate New York, that winter is coming soon. The lake and hills are beautiful this time of year.
Date Added: 10/14/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Yates County

Cornell Coach Jim Knowles Previews The Fordham Game
Cornell head football coach Jim Knowles '87 previews Saturday's Homecoming matchup with Fordham.
Date Added: 10/14/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Blow Glass at Sea with The Corning Museum of Glass
See what it's like to blow glass at sea on-board Celebrity Cruises with The Corning Museum of Glass Hot Glass Show.
Date Added: 10/14/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Southern Tier

Naples barn fire
Naples Fire Chief Pat Elwell talks about the barn fire at 8646 Route 21 in Naples on Oct. 14
Date Added: 10/14/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Ontario County

K2P - Syracuse vs. West Virginia Recap Show
Kenny Haas of Kenny's 2 Pennies takes a look back at Syracuse's embarassing loss to West Virginia in the Dome on Saturday, October 10, 2009.
Date Added: 10/14/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Lyons Presbyterian Church 200th Anniversary
Rev. Francis Beyea speaks during the 200th Anniversary of the Lyons Presbyterian Church on October 11, 2009.
Date Added: 10/13/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Wayne County

Car Show at the Windmill in Penn Yan
Jeff Stowell's 2nd Annual Car Show at the Windmill Saturday Oct. 10, 2009. Many great looking cars and engines. Some of the cars will bring back memories of better days. The rain stopped in time for the show.
Date Added: 10/13/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Yates County

Wikipedia founder speaks at R.I.T.
YNN reports on Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales presentation at Rochester Institute of Technology as part of the university's Horton Distinguished Speaker series.
Date Added: 10/12/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Rochester Area

CSX Q351 at Oakland Road, Weedsport, 10-10-09
Amtrak train 63, the Maple Leaf, lead by P42DC 145, passes through the interlocking at CP308 and crosses Pump Road on 10-10-09. Pump Road is CSX train Q351, lead by ES44DC 5384, and SD60 5494, passes under Oakland Road in Weedsport, NY on 10-10-09. The Oakland road overpass is located at MP 313.11 on the CSX Rochester Subdivision, the old Conrail Chicago Line.
Date Added: 10/11/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Cayuga County

CSX Q112 at Pump Rd, 10-10-09
CSX train Q112, lead by ES44AC 912, and SD40-2 8127, passes MP 309 and crosses Pump Road on 10-10-09. Pump Road is located at MP 308.96 on the CSX Rochester Subdivision, the old Conrail Chicago Line.
Date Added: 10/11/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Rochester Area

Syracuse QB Controversy vs. WVU
Mike Lefko and Scott Grodsky break down Greg Paulus' terrible first half, and the play of back up signal caller Ryan Nassib.
Date Added: 10/11/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Red Newt Reality: One with Mother Nature
See how nature's creatures work together at Curry Creek Vineyarslds to make great Gewurz.
Date Added: 10/11/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Schuyler County

Orange Press Pass: Syracuse vs. West Virginia analysis
CitrusTV's Scott Grodsky and Mike Lefko explain why the Mountaineers are a top notch team in the Big East Conference.
Date Added: 10/10/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Cornell-Harvard Postgame Press Conference
Cornell head coach Jim Knowles '87 and Harvard head coach Tim Murphy talk about Saturday's 28-10 Harvard win.
Date Added: 10/10/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Free Hugs! on Ithaca College Campus
Have you stopped by the "Free Hug Station" at Ithaca College lately?
Date Added: 10/10/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Tompkins County

Ithaca College Weekend 10/9/09
What are these students doing this upcoming weekend at IC in Ithaca, NY?
Date Added: 10/09/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Tompkins County

Coach Jim Knowles previews Cornell vs. Harvard
Cornell head football coach Jim Knowles '87 previews Saturday's game against defending Ivy League champion Harvard.
Date Added: 10/09/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Congratulations Mr. President Obama
www Wine 101 show ,SLTV, 127, Nobel Peace Prize, Congratulations, Mr. President Obama, We Share You Joy, Peace, World Peace.
Date Added: 10/09/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Schuyler County

Bartending Contest Held in Wednesday in Victor
Area bartenders show off their best moves during the T.G.I. Friday's World's Best Bartender competition in Victor on Oct. 7.
Date Added: 10/09/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Ontario County

Look ahead to Syracuse vs. West Virginia
The 'Cuse Countdown crew take a look inside the matchup between the Orange and the Mountaineers Distributed by Tubemogul.
Date Added: 10/09/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Second Opinion - H1N1
This show is a comprehensive resource for H1N1 flu from public television. Public Television Stations, and the producers of Public TV's health series Second Opinion, have undertaken a comprehensive effort to help people clear up confusion about H1N1 and seasonal flu. Second Opinion: H1N1 Special Edition is an hour-long program that includes panelists from the CDC, major hospitals and public health departments as well as questions from a studio audience and viewers in select states, hard-hit by the flu pandemic.
Date Added: 10/08/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Rochester Area

Canandaigua vs. Marshall - Homecoming Edition
This is the Special Homecoming Edition highlight video filmed and produced by Cutri Productions showing the Canandaigua vs. Marshall High School varsity football game played on Evans Field on October 3, 2009. The CA Braves won 28-22.
Date Added: 10/08/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Ontario County

K2P - The Buffalo Bills Week #4 Recap Show
Kenny Haas of Kenny's 2 Pennies takes a look back at the Buffalo Bills loss at Miami in Week #4 and calls for Coach Dick Jauron's head for lack of emotion.
Date Added: 10/08/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Seneca County

Fall into the Finger Lakes
Golden in the color of the season in the Finger Lakes. It's apple harvest time, it's pumpkin picking time ~ time for wine tastings and all of the colors of the fall foliage: Royal purples and reds, fiery oranges and eye-popping yellows. Come, enjoy the show.
Date Added: 10/07/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Yates County

Fort Ontario Ghost Tour
There are seven points in the Fort Ontario Ghost Tour, each tells a story of a Fort Ontario soldier who died tragically while stationed at the Oswego fort. Video by Stephen D. Cannerelli
Date Added: 10/07/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Wayne County

Perfect day for Riesling
I'm excited for harvest. Most of the Riesling harvest is a ways odd, but fruit is developing nice flavors.
Date Added: 10/07/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Schuyler County

K2P = The Syracuse vs. South Florida Recap Show
Kenny Haas of Kenny's 2 Pennies recaps the Syracuse vs. South Florida match-up in the Carrier Dome on Saturday, October 4, 2009.
Date Added: 10/07/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Th3: Syracuses Citywide Arts Open House Event
The latest Th3 event was held on Thursday September 17th. Th3 is a coalition of 24 popular Syracuse visual arts venues that schedule free events during the evening of the third Thursday of every month. An exhibit featuring digital illustrations by Kelly Chilton and abstract paintings by Melissa Johnson were on display at the SUNY Oswego Metro Center in the Atrium at Two Clinton Square. Sound composer, musician, and installation artist Raphael Lyon had his exhibit mudboy Last Wishes in the Joan Lukas Rothenberg Gallery at the Red House Art Center at 201 W. West Street. The exhibit runs until Oct. 23rd by appointment. For more info visit www.theredhouse.org.
Date Added: 10/06/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Syracuse Area

Pick 'n' Patch
Time to go out and get your own pumpkin... and a cookie... and a hot chocolate... maybe some popcorn?
Date Added: 10/06/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Ontario County

Upstate Medical: Check Up From the Neck Up
Check Up From the Neck Up for 10/11/09 by Upstate Medical Center.
Date Added: 10/06/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Syracuse Area

Cranberry Harvesting in Oswego Co.
The Atoka Cranberry Farm on Route 13 in the Oswego County town of Williamstown is in the process of harvesting cranberries on their 140 acre farm. Their unique harvesting machine can harvest up to 5 acres a day. They hope to have the harvesting done by the end of October. Video by Stephen D. Cannerelli
Date Added: 10/06/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Cayuga County

Jarod Miller with Keenya, the African Serval Cat
Jarod Miller, host of the syndicated television show, Animal Exploration with Jarod Miller, introduces the world to Keenya, the African Serval cat.
Date Added: 10/06/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Ontario County

FLX Grape Harvest Looking Good
As we roll into October, things are looking pretty good in the FLX! An update from the rows of the vineyard at Red Newt on Monday morning.
Date Added: 10/05/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Schuyler County

Move It (Episode 1, WSKG)
Meet the cast of Move It! in this premiere episode. Teenage hosts, Mackenzie and Matt, and eight 10-11 year olds get to know each other for the first time through team building exercises. Special guest and improvisation professional Rhonda Morton (www.rhondamorton.com) of Corning, leads them in building shape chains and telling group stories. Then team assignments are revealed. Move It! follows the teams as they compete in challenges for prizes, awarded in the finale. This episode also includes a look ahead at the competitions and activities of future episodes. The concepts of Fuel It! and Cool It! are also introduced.
Date Added: 10/05/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Southern Tier

Chris & His Mini-Rocket
Chris finds a used Mini Bike in a motorcycle shop and adds it to his collection. Chris's Mom appears in the video on her FZ600
Date Added: 10/05/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Seneca County

Cornell Football Press Conference at Colgate
Cornell head football coach Jim Knowles '87 discusses the Big Red's loss at No. 25 Colgate on Saturday, October 3, 2009.
Date Added: 10/04/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Red Newt Reality - baking the bread (every morning) with love!
From Red Newt cellars mobile office.
Date Added: 10/04/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Schuyler County

Orange Press Pass: Turnover and Paulus analysis
CitrusTV's A.J. Donatoni and Aneesh Saxena break down SU's ball control problems, take a look at Greg Paulus, and go inside the 3rd quarter to show how SU fell apart.
Date Added: 10/04/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Sciencenter: Mousetrap Cascade
Dr. Luke Donev set off 500 mousetraps armed with over 1,000 ping pong balls at the Sciencenter in Ithaca, NY. Museum visitors watched in awe as a single ball triggered the cascade, and then discovered the physics behind it. This 3-minute "highlights" video shows a time lapse montage of over 1,000 ping pong balls and 500 mousetraps being set up for a cascade explosion. It shows the explosion from several angles and at different speeds. Visit http://www.sciencenter.org/programs/m... for more information.
Date Added: 10/03/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Tompkins County

Montour Falls Fire Academy
Footage from training held this past week at the Montour Falls Fire Academy in Schuyler County.
Date Added: 10/03/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Schuyler County

K2P - Buffalo Bills Week #3 Recap Show
Kenny Haas of Kenny's 2 Pennies takes a look back at Buffalo's defeat at the hands of the Saints on Sunday, September 27, 2009 and looks ahead at their trip to Florida to face the Dolphins.
Date Added: 10/02/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Seneca County

Coach Knowles Previews Cornell vs. Colgate Game
Cornell head football coach Jim Knowles previews Saturday's game at Colgate.
Date Added: 10/02/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Syracuse Blogger Anti-Wave PSA
The SOBs have had enough. Cheer on the team, but please, stop the wave. For more information, please visit your local Syracuse blog:
Date Added: 10/02/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Allie's Sodus Apple Orchard Hunt
Allie following scents through the Apple Orchard in Sodus Point, NY
Date Added: 10/02/2009   Category: People and Places   Location: Wayne County

Syracuse football fans returning to the Carrier Dome
Jameson Fleming takes a look at the relationship between fans and the players as well as the rising attendance inside the Carrier Dome.
Date Added: 10/01/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

Cornell Women's Soccer Week 5 Preview
Head coach Danielle LaRoche talks about the team's preparation for the upcoming Ivy League game against Penn.
Date Added: 10/01/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Tompkins County

Pair rescued from Hopewell blaze Thursday morning
When firefighters arrived at the burning farmhouse this morning, they found a man and woman trapped on the porch roof. A third person was rescued from an unrelated fire in Canandaigua hours later.
Date Added: 10/01/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Ontario County

Dr. Bradford Berk Speaks
Dr. Bradford Berk made his first public appearance this morning since suffering a spinal injury in May. The University of Rochester Medical Center Chief Executive Officer On Leave used a motorized wheelchair to enter a conference room at Strong Memorial Hospital where he addressed the media about his injury and recovery. Berk talked about the day he was biking on North Vine Valley Road in Middlesex, Yates County, when a car came around a sharp curve causing him to lose control and go over the bike's handlebars. The fall caused the Brighton resident to fracture his third cervical vertebrae. The doctor spent three months as an in-patient at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation in New Jersey.
Date Added: 10/01/2009   Category: Local News   Location: Rochester Area

On the Bench: Syracuse Player Analysis
The Anchors and Analysts take a closer look at the stars of the SU football team. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Date Added: 10/01/2009   Category: Local Sports   Location: Syracuse Area

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