Oneonta, New York

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liberal arts

College''' is a non-denominational, private (private school), four-year liberal arts and sciences college located in Oneonta (Oneonta, New York), New York, in the United States. The institution's origin is rooted in the founding of Hartwick Seminary in 1797 through the will of John Christopher Hartwick. In 1927, Hartwick Seminary moved to expand into a four-year college and was offered land by the city of Oneonta to move to Hartwick College's current location. ref name

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. thumb right An August 2005 photo of WJIV's studio and tower. Derelict weather instruments atop the roof are a reminder of the daily Rural Radio Network#Weather Roundup "Weather Roundup" (Image:wjiv.jpg) reports that aired on the Rural Radio Network. '''WJIV''' ("Victory 101.9") is a commercial American Christian radio station licensed to Cherry Valley, New York. The signal coverage area includes the Capital District of Albany, New York Albany


performing art

at SUNY College at Oneonta The Yager Museum of Art and Culture Foothills Performing Art Center Catskill Choral Society Catskill Symphony Orchestra Oneonta Theatre (http: oneontatheatre.com) *The Oneonta Theatre Stage Players


historic home

* Willard V. Huntington: ''Oneonta Memories and Sundry Personal Recollections of the Author'', Bancroft, 1891 * Articles by Oneonta City Historian


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The lutheran seminary established at Hartwick in 1797 was incorporated in 1816, moved to Oneonta (Oneonta, New York) after 1931 http: www.google.com search?q hartwick+seminary&tbs nws:1,ar:1&source newspapers and in 1947 merged with the 1927 Hartwick College. http: www.google.com search?q hartwick+seminary&tbs nws:1,ar:1&source newspapers#hl en&tbs ar:1&tbm nws&sclient psy-ab&q hartwick+seminary+oneonta+merger&pbx 1&oq hartwick+seminary+oneonta+merger


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. The Susquehanna River flows westward past the south part of the city. Interstate 88 (Interstate 88 (east)) follows the course of the Susquehanna River past Oneonta. New York State Route 7, New York State Route 23 and New York State Route 28 pass through the city. Architecture The architecture of Oneonta is mostly plain townhouses, and low-rise commercial buildings. Oneonta has very few industrial complexes. Because of its location, Oneonta does not serve as a prime

to the North, and Binghamton, NY (and the Triple Cities) and access to Interstate 81 and Future Interstate 86 (Interstate 86 (east)) (currently New York State Route 17, known as the Southern Tier Expressway) to the south. State Highway 23, which cuts laterally through the northern side of the city, leads eastward to the "college town" city of Oneonta (Oneonta, New York) and access to Interstate 88 (Interstate 88 (east)) and westward on 23 heads in the direction

state NY US 20 near Duanesburg (Duanesburg, New York) direction_b East I-88 continues east to Harpursville (Harpursville, New York), connecting to NY 79 (New York State Route 79) near the center of the community at exit 6. Shortly after meeting NY 79, I-88 reenters a river valley, this time that of the Susquehanna River. I-88 heads to the northeast, following the river and NY 7 to Bainbridge (Bainbridge (village), New York) where it meets New


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when his mother enrolled him in a summer Shakespeare workshop. Patrick Pacheco, "Raize of Light," ''InTheater'', January 23, 1998, 16-19. In high school, after moving with his father to Oneonta, New York, Jason performed in high school plays and with Oneonta’s Orpheus Theatre. He moved to New York City after high school where he briefly attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.


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Hospital, major retail activity, and numerous small businesses. The county as a whole remains relatively rural, with dairy farming a contributing industry that has consolidated employment in recent years, although production has remained steady. Public transit Intercity bus service is available from downtown Binghamton via Greyhound (Greyhound Lines) (with destinations including Buffalo (Buffalo, New York), Syracuse (Syracuse, New York), Rochester (Rochester, New York), Scranton (Scranton, Pennsylvania), Toronto, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and New York City.) Shortline Coach USA also serves the region, with daily departures to Olean (Olean (city), New York), Albany (Albany, New York), Oneonta (Oneonta, New York), Elmira (Elmira, New York), Waverly (Waverly, NY), Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Utica (Utica, New York), Atlantic City (Atlantic City, New Jersey), Monticello (Monticello, New York) and New York City. Megabus (Megabus (United States)) began service to Buffalo Airport (Buffalo Niagara International Airport) and Toronto in June 2008, but discontinued it in December 2008. thumb Some of the exhibits at the International Boxing Hall of Fame (File:Inside of the IBHOF.jpg) The modern '''International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF)''' is located in Canastota, New York, United States, within driving distance from the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown and the National Soccer Hall of Fame in Oneonta (Oneonta, New York). The IBHOF is one of two recognized '''WONY''' is a campus radio station based out of Oneonta, New York, USA (United States), on the campus of the State University of New York at Oneonta. '''Jason Raize''' (July 20, 1975, Oneonta, New York – February 3, 2004, Yass, New South Wales, Australia) was an American actor, singer and former Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme. United Nations, "Press Conference by UN Environment Programme," October 26, 1999, http: www.un.org News briefings docs 1999 19991026.unepbrf.doc.html, accessed September 8, 2011. He was best known for his roles as the adult Simba in the Broadway (Broadway theatre) stage musical (musical theater) version of ''The Lion King (The Lion King (musical))'' The Broadway League, ''The Lion King'', Internet Broadway Database, http: ibdb.com production.php?id 4761, accessed September 8, 2011. and Denahi in the animated Disney film ''Brother Bear''. ''Brother Bear'' DVD site, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, http: www.disneydvd.com BrotherBear, accessed September 17, 2011. Early life Born as '''Jason Rothenberg''', Kenneth Jones, "Jason Raize, Broadway's Original Simba in The Lion King, Dead at 28," Playbill.com, February 9, 2004, http: www.playbill.com news article 84301-Jason-Raize-Broadways-Original-Simba-in-The-Lion-King-Dead-at-28, accessed September 8, 2011. Jason grew up in the Catskills in upstate New York, and started acting as a teenager when his mother enrolled him in a summer Shakespeare workshop. Patrick Pacheco, "Raize of Light," ''InTheater'', January 23, 1998, 16-19. In high school, after moving with his father to Oneonta, New York, Jason performed in high school plays and with Oneonta’s Orpheus Theatre. He moved to New York City after high school where he briefly attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.


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College''' is a non-denominational, private (private school), four-year liberal arts and sciences college located in Oneonta (Oneonta, New York), New York, in the United States. The institution's origin is rooted in the founding of Hartwick Seminary in 1797 through the will of John Christopher Hartwick. In 1927, Hartwick Seminary moved to expand into a four-year college and was offered land by the city of Oneonta to move to Hartwick College's current location. '''WONY''' is a campus radio station based out of Oneonta, New York, USA (United States), on the campus of the State University of New York at Oneonta. '''Jason Raize''' (July 20, 1975, Oneonta, New York – February 3, 2004, Yass, New South Wales, Australia) was an American actor, singer and former Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme. United Nations, "Press Conference by UN Environment Programme," October 26, 1999, http: www.un.org News briefings docs 1999 19991026.unepbrf.doc.html, accessed September 8, 2011. He was best known for his roles as the adult Simba in the Broadway (Broadway theatre) stage musical (musical theater) version of ''The Lion King (The Lion King (musical))'' The Broadway League, ''The Lion King'', Internet Broadway Database, http: ibdb.com production.php?id 4761, accessed September 8, 2011. and Denahi in the animated Disney film ''Brother Bear''. ''Brother Bear'' DVD site, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, http: www.disneydvd.com BrotherBear, accessed September 17, 2011. Early life Born as '''Jason Rothenberg''', Kenneth Jones, "Jason Raize, Broadway's Original Simba in The Lion King, Dead at 28," Playbill.com, February 9, 2004, http: www.playbill.com news article 84301-Jason-Raize-Broadways-Original-Simba-in-The-Lion-King-Dead-at-28, accessed September 8, 2011. Jason grew up in the Catskills in upstate New York, and started acting as a teenager when his mother enrolled him in a summer Shakespeare workshop. Patrick Pacheco, "Raize of Light," ''InTheater'', January 23, 1998, 16-19. In high school, after moving with his father to Oneonta, New York, Jason performed in high school plays and with Oneonta’s Orpheus Theatre. He moved to New York City after high school where he briefly attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.


teaching dance

, Jr. still writes and produces and has begun touring. James M. is drawing and painting. Dennis has a recording studio in his home. Keni is still writing and producing others and also has begun touring, and Cubie is teaching dance. In 1982, Cubie released the 12-inch single, "Dance For Double" on the Rissa Chrissa label. Clarence N. Burke, Sr. is a property manager and recently appeared in a play of ''Driving Miss Daisy''. Plans for a possible reunion with at least 3 of the brothers

Oneonta, New York

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'''Oneonta''' ( Its nickname is "City of the Hills." While the word "oneonta" is of undetermined origin, it is popularly believed to mean "place of open rocks" in the Mohawk language. This refers to a prominent geological formation known as "Tablerocks" at the western end of the city.

The city is surrounded by the town (Administrative divisions of New York#Town) of Oneonta (Oneonta (town), New York), a separate municipal and political jurisdiction. Oneonta Municipal Airport (N66) is north of the city.

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