Hobart William Smith architecture student Courtney Page is in-studio to talk about the Mac’s Drive-In gingerbread house she constructed and entered in a local competition. Then, Christine VanDusen of CVDesigns talks about her latest holiday offerings and decking the halls during a pandemic. Join Courtney, Christine, Sydney Radka and Jim Sinicropi as we count down the days to Christmas.
Kelly Guilfoyle of Geneva is in-studio to talk about the upcoming Winter Virtual Brewfest. Join Sydney Radka and Jim Sinicropi to see how the Christmas season is progressing during the pandemic as we look at the weekend ahead, which under normal circumstances would be the It’s A Wonderful Life Festival in Seneca Falls.
Lights on Chapel Street is a residential light show for the Christmas seasons created by Seneca Falls resident Joe Dingledein. The display features close to 10,000 LED lights, synchronized to modern, classic, and techno Christmas Music. Joe is in-studio with Sydney Radka and Jim Sinicropi to talk about how he started the project and what visitors can expect this holiday season.
Katherine Chase of the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail is in-studio for a special edition of FLX Weekly on the day before Thanksgiving. Jessica Lahr will also join Sydney Radka and Jim Sinicropi to talk about how the holiday will look this year and to sample some great wine from the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail.
Katherine Chase of the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail is in-studio for a special edition of FLX Weekly with Sydney Radka and Jim Sinicropi. We will be pairing five different local wines with various Thanksgiving dinner items ahead of next week’s holiday.
Cafe XIX owner and head chef Casey Galloway will join us in-studio to talk about Thanksgiving pies. Cafe XIX is offering pre-orders for pies for the upcoming holiday to take the pressure of the home cooks and to guarantee that the pies at your Thanksgiving dinner table are world class.
Thursday is the soft opening of a new bakery in Seneca Falls operated by Chris Wagner. Chris is in-studio with Sydney Radka & Jim Sinicropi to talk about the long road to Thursday’s opening and what customers can expect at the new Bayard Bakery.
Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Director Katherine Chase is back for another Wine Wednesday edition of FLX Weekly with Sydney Radka and Jim Sinicropi. We’ll try to guess what type of red wine we’re tasting and learn about everything happening with this year’s harvest in the Finger Lakes.
Our resident design and fashion guru, Christine VanDusen of CVDesigns in downtown Seneca Falls, is in-studio to talk about her new holiday collection and to share some tips and themes for decking your halls in the weeks ahead.
This week we are joined by Dr. Rod Littlejohn & Dr. Liz Barbi to talk about everything going on at Littlejohn & Barbi Orthodontics and how their popular local practice has dealt with providing care during the pandemic. Plus, a look at the weekend ahead here in the Finger Lakes as we near peak foliage.
The last days of September are here and area wineries have mostly completed their harvests and are in the process of turning the grapes into wine. On today’s show, Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Director Katherine Chase is back in-studio to take us through the process. She’ll have freshly picked grapes, fresh pressed juice, and have even some juice that’s started to ferment so we can kind of taste the full cycle of “before it’s wine.”
Dr. Kingsley Kabari, owner of the Finger Lakes Health Institute, will be in-studio with Fitness Director Heather Zellers ahead of the grand opening of the new facility on West Bayard Street in Seneca Falls. The complete wellness facility brings medical and holistic healthcare professionals and specialists to the heart of the Finger Lakes providing services like a wellness medical spa, chiropractic care, muscle activation therapy, clinical food nutrition, massage therapy and a full-service salon.