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Coyote AndCrow via YouTube
Coyote AndCrow via YouTube
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Central New York Natives Featured In Viral Video [WATCH]

Thomas Kopie and his wife Jaime are from Central New York and they currently reside in Brooklyn. Together they are the band "Coyote and Crow." They are street performers in New York City and have been doing it for about 4 years. Recently they posted a video to their YouTube channel of a little girl dancing to their cover of a Grateful Dead song. That video now has over 4 million views!

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David McNew/Getty Images
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Get A Picture Of Your Pet Taken With Santa

Wouldn't it be great if there was somewhere you could get your furry friends photo taken with Jolly Ole St. Nick? Good news, there is! Doggie Styles in Mohawk will be selling portraits of your pets and Santa Claus for a great cause that helps rescue animals from kill shelters.

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Central New Yorkers: How Do You Pronounce ‘Roof’? [POLL]

A few weeks ago, I asked Central New Yorkers how they pronounce creek. I'm back with another question--how do you pronounce roof? Is it roof with the long /oo/ sound, or is it pronounced like ruff? According to the Oxford Dictionary, both pronunciations--roof and ruff--are accepted (click the link to hear the pronunciation).

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Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images
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Why Are There Cranes At Harbor Point In Utica? [PHOTO]

It seems like every time I drive around Utica, there is more construction going on. Between the arterial project and building renovations, cranes have become a regular part of our skyline. Another crane was spotted at the N. Genesee St. entrance to Harbor Point in Utica.

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Evelyn Peyton/ThinkStock
Evelyn Peyton/ThinkStock
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Labor Day 2014 in Utica – What Is Open And What Is Closed?

Labor Day falls on September 1st this year and that means one last opportunity to have a good time with the family before the children go back to school. Considering it is Labor Day, there are a few businesses that are closed, but there are also many places that remain open.

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altrendo images/ThinkStock
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The Best Places In Central New York To Get Ice Cream

Central New York is known for a lot of great food, however I don't think people realize how many awesome Ice Cream places there are. This Summer has been a hot one so far and it's important to know exactly where you can find great Ice Cream near you.

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Andy Cash
Andy Cash
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There Is A New Lake In Marcy, Frog Lake [PHOTOS]

Last week, Central New York was his with a huge snow storm bringing a lot of accumulation. With the rapid switch to warmer temperatures the snow that was piled up on one side of our parking lot here at Townsquare Media has melted forming not a puddle, a lake!

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Katie Tyler/KtsartDesign
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Local Artist From Lee Center Creates Awesome Drawing Perfect For ‘Cuse Fans

This drawing was submitted to us here at Big Frog 104 via Twitter. The artist who created this awesome drawing is named Katie Tyler and she is from Lee Center.

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The Hamlin Family Watching Erin's Run
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Top 5 Places In Central New York To Watch The Sochi Olympics

A 9 hour time difference shouldn't stop you from enjoying the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. There are some great places right here in Central New York for you to watch the winter games.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
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Will Sandy Hit Our Area? Red Cross Says Don’t Take Chances – Get Prepared

Atlantic City, NJ (WIBX) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is ordering evacuations of all barrier islands in the state and coastal areas from Sandy Hook to Cape May, New Jersey, including Atlantic City.

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Oneida County Historical Society
Oneida County Historical Society
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Utica’s Greatest Snowstorms: A Look Back [PHOTOS]

 

Well, the leaves are falling, and in Central New York that's never a good sign of things to come. For a select few of us, snowfall means skiing, snowboarding, hot chocolate and the fun of ice skating. Sti

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You Say ‘Pop’, I Say ‘Soda’

You're at a restaurant and you want to order a bubbly, sugary soft drink. What do you say? "I'll have a pop, please." Or, "I'll have a soda, please." Or, play it on the safe side and order a "soda pop." I'll give you the back story to this soft drink conundrum in a moment, but after doing a little bit of research on the topic, a large amount of people say, "pop" not "soda," according to data from the Department of Cartography and Geography East Central University (Oklahoma).

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