Comments by 1963
Posted on January 20 at 1:05 p.m. (Suggest removal)
News flash: we can discuss how to provide more mental health care coverage AND examine how the ugly rhetoric in this country may provoke some to act violently. One does not preclude the other -- we need to address both.
Posted on January 19 at 8:27 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Good information - thank you Mr. Strock. Makes me want to read the New Testament instead to know more about the context of verses that are so often quoted.
Posted on January 16 at 11:55 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Thank you Mr. Strock. Let's all stay on the high road by revealing the facts and exposing the lies.
Keep up the good work.
Posted on December 23 at 7:55 a.m. (Suggest removal)
The 358 route is "the only poor-performing line among those that restructured in Schenectady County in April," according to this article.
A public bus system SHOULD have some poor performing routes if they are to remain a legitimate public service. Just as some routes have an abundance of riders, some will have many fewer. The busiest routes should help support the lesser. I mean, I don't hear CDTA saying that they need to restrict the numbers on the busiest routes so folks don't have to stand. Nor should they, but let's be fair, the person on the less traveled route may need the bus just as much as a person on the busy route. The goal isn't to fill the buses, but to serve the people who need them.
Posted on October 23 at 8:13 a.m. (Suggest removal)
And in a setting that matched the music! Schenectady's Unitarian Church is a well preserved cerebral modernist building with a surprisingly lyrical sweep. It was designed by Edward Durell Stone, the architect of SUNY Albany (c'mon, no eye rolling!) and the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. The central Whisper Dome provides a great sound stage for the music, but the church's balance of circles and right angles, its white embossed concrete block walls against the rich wood vertical doors, and the softening flow of floor to ceiling drapery, is a jazzy visual delight.