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Syracuse Grows

Saturday, September 9th, 2017
Jessi Lyons, urban farm coordinator at Brady Farm, gave a tour of the facilities for Farm Fest 2017.

Jessi Lyons, urban farm coordinator at Brady Farm, gave a tour of the facilities for Farm Fest 2017.

Moneywise Midterm

Thursday, September 7th, 2017

If you’ve been following this series by Inspiration for the Nation, it’s now a good time to take stock of your level of financial preparedness, particularly in today’s uncertain business/political climate.

For the Record Books

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017
The New York State Fair (this time lasting 13 days) set another record and hosted over 1 million people.

The New York State Fair (this time lasting 13 days) set another record and hosted over 1.1 million people.

NYS Fair (Last Looks)

Monday, September 4th, 2017
Sky Ride

Sky Ride

Monday Motivation

Monday, August 21st, 2017

The Hon. Dave Bing, former Mayor of Detroit, NBA Hall of Fame player, and SU standout will give the keynote address for Coming Back Together next month. Here’s a recent piece on Bing from Detroit Public TV.

SBD, Silent but Disco

Friday, August 18th, 2017
American Heart Association of CNY Go Red Silent Disco Registration

American Heart Association of CNY Go Red Silent Disco Registration

The fountains and brick walkways of Hanover Square became a dance floor during the Silent Disco party coordinated by the American Heart Association last night.  The event featured DJ Bella J streaming three channels of music to participants in headphones (provided by SE 2 of Buffalo).  The silence soon gave way to singing, clapping and shouts of joy. During the first hour of the program we saw a massive electric slide that consisted of mothers, daughters, colleagues and friends.

a mother/daughter dance duo

A mother/daughter dance duo

The Silent Disco raised awareness about cardiovascular disease in women.

Move to the groove

Moving to the groove

SIF Scene (notable people, places and events)

Friday, August 11th, 2017
The Evergreen, Hanover Square

Cuse’ Culture Magazine held it’s most recent networking mixer at The Evergreen in Hanover Square. We’d love to see a future event at the Genesee Grand Hotel, Otro Cinco, Original Grain or Fabio’s Antica Cucina.

Week in Review

Sunday, June 18th, 2017
Historic Hawley-Green House Tour (Fresh Spa Lounge)

Historic Hawley-Green House Tour (Fresh Spa Lounge)

Neighborhood in Transition (Act II)

Saturday, April 1st, 2017
During a tour of Northside recently we heard the neighborhood called both the "Gateway to Many Nations"by a guide, and also  "Little Italy" by one of the longtime shop owners.

During a tour of the Northside recently one of the longtime shop owners refer to the North Salina Corridor as “Little Italy,” while a tour guide cited changing demographics for calling the neighborhood “The Gateway to Many Nations.” The tour was facilitated by Northside Up and SUNY-ESF. Here Northside Up’s co-director Stasya Erickson talks about the neighborhood on the steps of 754 Barbershop.

Onward March

Friday, March 31st, 2017
Comedy and Chill

The Comedy & Chill series at Dolce Vita has provided some much needed stability as the Midtown neighborhood undergoes another massive transition. Liberty Deli and the Crogan Building were recently demolished to make way for more student housing. Pictured here are comics James Fedkiw, Kelsey Claire Hagen, Abdulkadir Hadi, and organizer John Leonard Bellavia. Hopefully, the laughs and series will continue.

To learn more about the development along East Genesee Street, click here.