Kal Awad is in-studio to talk about one of the newest culinary destinations in the area, State Smokehouse & Bakery in Fayette. He’ll join Sydney Rogers and Jim Sinicropi to sample some of the creations coming out of their kitchen and to take a look at the second weekend of June ahead in the Finger Lakes.
Born in Fayette in 1821, Robert Seldon Duncanson was one of few African American landscape painters of the nineteenth century, and he achieved levels of success unknown to his contemporaries. In this episode of Our Finger Lakes History, Seneca County Historian Walter Gable presents the life and times of Duncanson.
Fayette Town Supervisor Cindy Lorenzetti is in her third term on the Seneca County Board of Supervisors, one of only two democrats on the board. On Monday afternoon she was in-studio as a guest on Weber This Week…
District Attorney Candidate Joe Sapio, who seeks support from Seneca County residents this fall describes himself as dedicated.
The former Fayette Town Judge, who served for more than five years, has a diverse personal and professional background that offers a unique perspective.
On Thursday’s edition of the Inside the FLX podcast, Sapio talked about his campaign, some of the challenges he’s faced, and how that diverse background has shaped him into what he believes is the ‘ideal’ candidate for District Attorney.
Watch the entire interview below or on iTunes, Sticher or the FingerLakes1.com App.
Seneca County Supervisors Cindy Lorenzetti (Fayette) and Steve Churchill (Seneca Falls) appear in-studio to talk about the major issues facing their board. Also, Steve Churchill makes an announcement regarding the end of his current term. Check out the full episode below, originally streamed live on Monday afternoon inside the new FingerLakes1.com Studios…
On this edition of Our Finger Lakes History, Seneca County Historian Walter Gable presents the complete history of the Sampson Naval Training Station during World War II which was located on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake where Sampson State Park is today and covered 2,535 acres. 411,429 naval recruits were trained there during the 3.5 years of operation.
Jessica Lahr returns to the anchor desk with a look at the top news of the week on FingerLakes1.com, a look ahead to the weekend weather, a full list of summer weekend events, and an interview with leading man Ray Kelsey on the upcoming Seneca Community Players production of ‘Death Trap’.
Town of Fayette Supervisor Cindy Lorenzetti is in-studio with Harold Weber to discuss the politics behind the naming of Bob Hayssen as Seneca County Board of Supervisors Chairman, the trash train debate at the former Seneca Army Depot, the Seneca County IDA and a potential casino in Tyre. Also, Cindy weighs in on another of her passions, Syracuse Orange basketball.