Commentary and Chart Analysis by Rick Hiduk I thought that I was shocked by David Bowie’s death, but I was absolutely bowled over by the surprise demise of Prince. In some ways, they had so much in common: crossing ethnic and gender lines, creating alternate personas, and only occasionally granting
Commentary by Rick Hiduk Winter offers many opportunities for reflection and self-analysis. I’m very fortunate now to be working on a number of projects that are challenging, rewarding and allowing me to grow again. Moving forward often requires divesting oneself of routines that have lost their meaning or sense of
Photos by Paul Ruhf/Story by Rick Hiduk Members of the Six Nation Iroquois Confederacy (top, from left) Patrick Quinn, Vicki Shenandoah, Gere Reisinger, and Hickory Edwards came to Wyoming County from New York state and other areas to help celebrate the recent opening and dedication of the Eatonville Pedestrian Bridge.
Commentary by Rick Hiduk On July 25, I attended the 35-year reunion of the Towanda High School Class of 1980. I can only hope that the exuberance of the crowd that evening translates into decades ahead of cherishing our contemporaries and feeling comfort in the fact that these people sometimes