By George Basler
The Rod Serling Video Festival began 19 years ago as a local contest for young video makers in Broome County.
Nowadays, however, the locals have some competition. This year’s entrants come from across New York state and from as way away as Tacoma, Wash., and Port Moody, British Columbia in Canada.
For Larry Kassan, the festival’s founder, it’s a sign of just how successful the Serling program has become. “We’re getting entrants from further away than ever before,” he said.
WSKG Public Television will broadcast an...
By Nancy Oliveri
If you want to feel great about the state of arts education in Broome County, you should make every effort to attend a performance this weekend of the annual spring dance program at Binghamton High School. Four Elements features everything from African to pop, jazz to ballet, hip-hop to modern.
Under the direction of Karen Koyanagi-De Luca, students from the Rod Serling School of the Arts, the International Baccalaureate program and a clapping, stomping crew called Tazama all dance together in a program that...
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