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YAK Car Pic of the Day

posted October 25, 12:03 am on Artvoice Daily

Wasting away in yet another field, here’s a 1973 Plymouth Road Runner. You can tell from the hood scoop and the two-door coupe body style. And that “440” on the rear quarter panel? Well, judging from the stance of this car I’d say that right now it’s engine-less, although a 440CID V-8 was optional in the […]

MeTv to Replay Senate Debate

posted October 24, 2:47 pm on Artvoice Daily

  In case you weren’t able to watch the debate for the NYS Senate 60th district on TV last night, WBBZ TV, channel 5, will re-air the event this Sunday, October 26, 2014, at 10:30 am. It’s said that politics in Western New York is a contact sport and last night’s event resembled a three […]

AV Photo Daily

posted October 24, 6:26 am on Artvoice Daily

YAK Car Pic of the Day

posted October 24, 12:01 am on Artvoice Daily

When this 1970 Oldsmobile Rallye 350 was introduced, they called it “The new action look…” But when I passed this example — five years ago! — w-a-a-y back off the road in Great Valley, it looked like it hadn’t seen any action in years... (more)

Burn Out Brighter: Anberlin On Their Final Tour

posted October 23, 1:53 pm on Exit Music

Burn Out Brighter: Anberlin On Their Final Tour by Kris Kielich Anberlin is one of those bands that you had to pay attention to. Starting in 2002 in Florida, every record the five piece alt-punk band released showed mastery in the art of writing great, hooky songs with an emotional message... (more)

If the Zombie Apocalypse actually happened

posted October 23, 7:00 am on Artvoice Daily

A photographic glimpse of the everyday  lives of the living dead Photos by Sarah Barry, Special thanks to Greg Hinaman Thanks to our Zombie models Greg Hinaman, Patricia Crowe, Josh Ibach, Chris Moo, Kara Kenney, Anne Marie Nelson, and Kreepie... (more)

Weppner Disrespects Canada’s Fallen

posted October 23, 6:44 am on Artvoice Daily

Just a few weeks ago, tea party stereotype Kathy “Infected Poors” Weppner tried to raise funds off the severed head of an American journalist brutally slaughtered by the ISIS death cult.  Yesterday, a terror attack was carried out in Ottawa, Canada and details are still rolling in... (more)

The Borscht Belt Debate

posted October 23, 6:33 am on Artvoice Daily

Despite Brian Meyer’s desperate efforts to keep the format tight and moving, it was unwieldy. With four gubernatorial candidates being provided with equal time, it seemed at times that Cuomo and Astorino were afterthoughts... (more)

Kathy Weppner on ISIS and Ebola

posted October 23, 6:30 am on Artvoice Daily

The silly radio lady – our own politically backward version of Mariann from Brooklyn, Kathy “Infected Poors” Weppner – is following up her big May hit, “Stop Common Core in NY” with this doozy that links together Islam, ISIS, and Ebola... (more)

AV Photo Daily

posted October 23, 6:26 am on Artvoice Daily

58th Anniversary of Ill-Fated Hungarian Revolution

posted October 23, 1:00 am on Artvoice Daily

Remember 1956. Remember Hungary, but let’s keep an eye of the rest of the world, Ukraine, Libya , Kurdistan, Palestine, those who are enslaved by ISIS and a long list of those who are fighting for freedom... (more)

YAK Car Pic of the Day

posted October 23, 12:01 am on Artvoice Daily

Sometimes you have to look a little harder to find stuff like this 1975 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, which is slowly becoming part of the foliage in a Newstead lot. This one’s missing the big ‘Bird on the hood, as well as the air scoop which would normally be protruding through that hole right there in the […]

Paladino’s Financial Stake in Charters

posted October 22, 6:44 am on Artvoice Daily

I’m skeptical of charter schools because I believe that they’re being used as an effort to abolish public education in the United States. The only exception is that instance where they’re used in a limited way to save kids from failing public schools... (more)