Haven’t done your taxes? Almost half of Americans delay working on their taxes, a new survey from tax prep company TaxAct found. Many are stressed by the task, but more than 1 in 4 is worried about owing money to the IRS, the study found. With the today’s (April 15th) deadline, file for an extension is the […]

April is Donate Life Month, dedicated to raising awareness about the lifesaving potential of organ donation. Kathy Calcagno, a quadruple transplant recipient from East Rochester, is a living testament to this cause. Calcagno experienced a sudden cardiac arrest at 26 while working in her family restaurant. Despite being an athlete and leading a healthy lifestyle, […]

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April 13, 2024

Black Americans are about twice as likely as White Americans to have Alzheimer’s or other dementia. Hispanic Americans are one and a half times more likely to have the disease than White Americans. Did you know that almost two – thirds of Americans living with Alzheimer’s are women? 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s: memory loss […]

How does Megan Thee Stallion handle her depression anxiety, and insecurities? Two Words workout routine. In addition to starring on Women’s Health‘s April 2024 cover, the 29-year-old shared her consistent workout routine that keeps her built like “a stallion and not a pony.” Meg actually shares monthly clips of herself in the gym sweating, nearly giving up at […]

Melba Pattillo Beals, a member of the Little Rock Nine and a prominent figure in the desegregation of American public schools, found profound meaning in Beyoncé’s cover of The Beatles’ “Blackbird” featured on her album “Cowboy Carter.” The song, originally inspired by the courage of the Little Rock Nine, holds special significance for Beals, who […]

Starting April 1, 2024, New York State will offer all veterans and Gold Star Families free access to state parks and recreational sites through the expanded Lifetime Liberty Pass Program. Previously limited to veterans with at least a 40% service-connected disability, the program now extends to include all New York veterans and those who have […]

Black pastors are viewing this Easter as a crucial opportunity to rejuvenate in-person worship attendance, which has dwindled significantly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many churches had to transition to online services, a shift that was challenging for pastors like Rev. William H. Lamar IV of the Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. […]

At Rochester’s Edison Tech High School, Scott Moore is pioneering a carpentry class with a vision far beyond conventional skills training. His students, including those with intellectual and physical disabilities, engage in community service projects while honing their job skills. This season, they’re constructing eight food cupboards for city-wide distribution, offering free food to those […]

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March 23, 2024

There will be a spring health fair on Friday, April 12, 2024 from 10:00AM – 1:00PM. This event will be held at Montgomery center, 10 Cady Street Rochester NY, 14611. This event will provide educational information regarding health, and also will provide free haircuts, free flu shots, free mammograms, free blood pressure screenings, and more. […]

OlaRose Ndubuisi, a young artist dealing with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, has turned her pain into a source of beauty and outreach through her art. Diagnosed after a growth spurt as she entered high school, OlaRose experienced constant pain and the challenge of wearing a back brace for 22 hours daily. Finding solace and expression in […]

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