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David Shor has been right on just about everything when it comes to politics over the past ten years. At the age of 30, he's a data scientist whose word has become respected -- or, perhaps, feared among Democrats. That's because, as a Democrat himself, Shor says his own party has been hijacked by white college-educated liberals whose views are far …
 
We continue our efforts to bring you long form conversations with candidates running for office. Today, we talk with the candidates for Rochester City School Board. There are four candidates running for three seats. Our guests: Joshua Bauroth Cynthia Elliott James Patterson Camille Simmons저자 edawson@wxxi.org (Evan Dawson)
 
University of Rochester Medical Center researchers say the Food and Drug Administration’s approval to mix and match COVID-19 booster shots is a game-changer, but it may not be for everyone just yet. The rollout of booster shots would have been far more complicated to manage if everyone needed to match their original vaccine, said Dr. Angela Branche…
 
Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of the novel "Dune" was released on Friday. The sci-fi space opera tells the story of a resource-deprived galaxy 8,000 years in the future. This hour, our guests -- Dune fans -- explore some of the film's themes and their parallels to 2021. Our guests: Matt Kelly , "Dune" fan and independent journalist Adam Lubitow , f…
 
Where are all the workers? Millions of American workers who left the workforce in early 2021 have yet to return. That is causing a slow down in the supply chain, and it is leaving many companies short staffed. We examine why so many workers are still choosing to wait before coming back to the workforce. Our guests: Amit Batabyal , Arthur J Gosnell …
 
Issiah Simmons says he's been homeless off-and-on for most of his life. Sometimes he stays with his wife and 8-year-old son. More often, he stays outside in all kinds of weather. "Sometimes being homeless will mess with you mentally. It'll make you feel like I'm never going to get no place I'm never going to do it. Why am I even living?" said Simmo…
 
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said Monday that she’s enacting several anti-harassment and anti-discrimination measures in state government, with a particular focus on the governor’s office. Hochul took office just over two months ago, after former Gov. Andrew Cuomo resigned in a sexual harassment scandal. A report by the state attorney general found C…
 
Research shows the rates of mental illness and suicide are up among physicians. Dr. Ronald Epstein and colleagues are exploring how mental illness affects health care practitioners and the barriers to getting treatment. We discuss the research and talk about how the pandemic has increased rates of burnout among medical professionals. Our guests: Ro…
 
Election Day is a little more than a week away, and voters across the City of Rochester are considering the candidates for Rochester City Council. There are 12 candidates running for five at-large seats. This is our final discussion with the candidates. This hour, we hear from Jayvon Johnson, who is running on the Republican and Conservative Party …
 
In the latest WXXI Business Report: -New numbers on job growth show more improvement in the Rochester metro, with the leisure/hospitality and manufacturing sectors seeing some of the biggest increases. -Genesee County’s STAMP business park gets its first tenant. -And quarterly numbers from the NYS Realtors Association shows median sale prices still…
 
The mood in Mt. Hope Cemetery on Election Day in 2020 was palpably different than it was four years earlier, when more than 10,000 people passed by the gravesite of suffrage leader Susan B. Anthony. On Nov. 8, 2016, many Americans thought they would be electing the United States' first female president. "People were celebrating like it was a party,…
 
A proposition on this fall’s ballot would give all New Yorkers a constitutional right to breathe clean air and drink clean water. Environmental groups say voters should say yes to the measure, while some business leaders in the state say it could have unintended consequences. Peter Iwanowicz with Environmental Advocates said Proposition Two amends …
 
According to new research, the number of people struggling with depression is up due to the pandemic. A study published in The Lancet Regional Health-Americas shows that the rise in rates due to COVID is worse than those associated with other large-scale traumatic events like severe weather or terrorist attacks. What do the experts recommend for pe…
 
Las Vegas Raiders football coach Jon Gruden resigned last week after the New York Times reported on emails he sent in which he made homophobic and misogynistic comments. This came after racist statements Gruden made about a union leader. Some of the emails were sent from his private account. Guest host Scott Fybush leads a conversation in which we …
 
When New Yorkers begin early voting on Saturday, their ballots will contain an unusually high number of propositions on issues from expanding voting access to whether everyone in the state should be guaranteed the right to clean air and water. There are five statewide proposals, as well as many local issues, to be decided. Since many of them aren’t…
 
Justus Singleton, a 16-year-old who attends UPrep High School, was one of hundreds of students who got to hammer nails, drill screws, and fit pipes at the 23rd annual Rochester Construction Career Day. Monroe County and local trades unions hosted the event at the county’s Fleet Center near the Frederick Douglass Greater Rochester International Airp…
 
What does it take for an artist to make a cover song truly their own? CITY Magazine editor Daniel Kushner explores that question with our guest. We also listen to some of the standout cover songs created by the artist. Our guest: Adam Kubota , bassist for Postmodern Jukebox저자 edawson@wxxi.org (Evan Dawson)
 
The Rochester Jewish Book Festival kicks off October 24 with a special event featuring author Mark Oppenheimer. His book, "Squirrel Hill: The Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting and the Soul of a Neighborhood," highlights a road to healing. Guest host Scott Fybush talks with Oppenheimer about the hopes, fears, and tensions that those healing confront d…
 
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