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In our upcoming April print issue, Kayli Thompson reports on our cover story on the CUSE DIVAS, a competitive dance squad.

Staff reporter Ashley McBride followed along as Fight for $15 supporters pledged to live on minimum wage for a week.

Ryan Raigrodski reports on how a historic church may soon become listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and Ari Gilberg reconnects with the co-creators of Real Fathers/Real Men.

Other stories include contributions by community members and high school students. Tammy Reese highlights rapper and model Herizon and her work to promote local talent. Reggie Seigler spotlights Charles Cannon from The Bells of Harmony who is set to retire after 50 years of performing gospel. And media students from Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central share what they learned during a visit to the Newhouse School.

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