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University Of Rochester Broadcast Corp.
WRUR is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Rochester, NY and is part of that radio market. The station airs variety programming.
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By: LYNNE ANDERSON on May 27, 2016
MEDINA, New York, August 29, 2016 - Relentless poet and tireless arts advocate, Craig Czury, who has spent three decades conducting poetry, life-writing, and writing as healing workshops in schools, universities, community centers, juvenile detention centers, homeless shelters, and mental hospitals, will return to Medina to give a Music and Poetry Workshop and Poetry Performance - a funky jam of music & literary - at 810 Meadworks, Friday, September 9, 2016. The poet will share works from his books, as well as from recent poems written during his 2016 reading tour in Northern Italy.
Czury’s early adulthood was spent hitchhiking North America, working carnivals, warehouses, canneries, construction crews, restaurant kitchens, and organizing community poetry readings. It is from his childhood growing up in the anthracite coal region of Pennsylvania, from his experiences during 15 years of hitchhiking, and from his continued travels all over the world that Czury’s indomitable spirit springs colorfully forth into his poetry.
A featured poet at International Poetry Festivals across the globe, Czury is published in numerous national and international literary journals. Author of over 20 books of poetry, his poems have been translated into Arabic, Spanish, Russian, Lithuanian, Portuguese, German, Chinese, Macedonian, Croatian, Albanian, and Italian. For the past 45 years of study and writing poety, he has worked with some of the preeminent poets in the country. He has been a poetry educator for the past 30 years and tireless advocate of poetry in our communities who teaches part-time at Albright College in Reading, PA. Czury is also an avid blues harp player.
The Music & Poetry Workshop will be held at from 6:00 to 7:30 pm in the Bee Garden at 810 Meadworks, 113 W. Center Street, Medina, NY. Participants are encouraged to bring their own writing to share in the workshop - and to bring whatever musical instruments they wish. A collaborative, multi-voice Poetry Performance will follow at the same location, beginning at 8:00 pm.
This event is funded in part by Poets & Writers with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Please contact Bryan at 810 Meadworks for venue information and to register for the Workshop. No experience is necessary. All ages are welcome. Both events are free of charge. Suggested donation for the Workshop is $5.00.
Craig Czury's poems, appearances and biography can be viewed at www.craigczury.com . High-resolution photos and interviews available upon request. Information about 810 Meadworks can be found at www.810meadworks.com .
Contact: Bryan 585-542-9810.
By: Craig Czury on September 8, 2016
In working @ one of your stations
How do i go about that?
By: Sha Martin on June 26, 2017
How would I go about getting you to play my music? I assure you that I am no hack. My recordings are first rate and the songs are good. I have been sitting on them for so long and it is high time I got them out there. Can you give me any information? Thank you.
By: Anthony Mancuso on August 15, 2017
Feeling VERY discriminated against and UPSET that I had to witness an entire group be penalized for a situation turned worst in large part due to Homeward Suites hotel management.
On May 31, 2018, check in around 2:30 PM on) bowling group members were arriving and checking in with NO issues until hotel staff escalated matters.
Uncalled for and a huge disappointment. Our group travels every year to this area and looks forward to this time together. Hotel staff ruined it.
Homeward Suites by Hilton Management (Rochester, New York location) --- blond long hair woman and male manager gave the ABSOLUTE WORST check-in experience and to a guest in our group. They exhibited such a low level of professionalism and overreacted out of "clear personal bias." They demonstrated their inability to lead, manage and most importantly resolve a situation initiated by a simple error ON THEIR PART [1 of 11 rooms reserved in advance that requested two double beds that was "not available" at the time of check in]. Guest asked for a refund to go to their sister hotel adjacent to the property. The managers said the group leader would be charged for the canceled reservation.
The skill of de-escalation was obviously NOT in either of their wheel house. What they did feel very comfortable doing? They called the police, kicked the entire group out (including those who checked in without issue and those who had not yet arrived). We traveled from New Jersey for an annual bowling trip (about 20-25) and left to fund alternate accommodations
Rather than acknowledge their mistake, apologize, and accommodate the request to refund 1 of 11 rooms, this was the hotel managers response. One "man"ager called videotaping the incident and showing it to police "childish." The other "womanager" said "our entire group" .. people she NEVER met before May 31st and people she who had not yet arrived "is a piece of "###@@@xxx."
Seen it happen on television. Now seen it firsthand.
By: Jamee B. on June 3, 2018
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