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Booked Up

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

We read this tweet from Syracuse media personality George Kilpatrick. The photographer for Anaya Lee Willabus is SIF Advisory Member Alton Ritter. Way to go Alton. Great work.

Capture the Cuse (XXIX)

Saturday, June 27th, 2015
Walton Street Alley

Walton Street Alley is the location for the Downtown Get Down this summer.

VC Firm

Friday, June 26th, 2015
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Cuse Culture Magazine co-founders Victoria Coit and Vanessa Campbell (right) made a presentation during their kick-off event last night.

Here are some of the photographs from the Cuse Culture Magazine launch party, which was held at the Nikao Events Company.

Coit and Campbell with Nikao's Tina and Ken Hills.

Nikao Proprietors Tina and Ken Hills with Coit and Campbell posed in the courtyard of their urbane establishment.

Fashion execs La Shaun Jones and Lakisa Renee (LSK Modeling and Events) take a selfie with local basketball star Mika Adams-Woods.

Fashion execs Lakisa Renee & La Shaun Jones (LSK Modeling and Events) take a selfie with local basketball star Mika Adams-Woods.

Cuse Culture at its best.

Sophisticated ladies at Nikao

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Cuse Culture Photographer Vanessa Campbell with E. Smith (aka Smitty).

24 Hour Fitness

Saturday, June 13th, 2015
JT, Java & Alana

JT, Java & Alana

When it comes to getting in shape, training for sports, self-defense or fight choreography, there’s no better experts in Syracuse than H2 Fitness (JT and Alana) and the EMAT Center. We’ve seen their work up close. This morning JT Houston and Alana Hughes visited the Syracuse Open Martial Arts Tournament, which was organized by El Java Abdul Qadir and Excel Martial Arts.

Check Up

Friday, June 5th, 2015
Dr. Boyce Watkins

Author, entrepreneur and educator Dr. Boyce Watkins spoke at the Southside Academy yesterday for their first annual “Bridging the Gap” Seminar.

Listen below to some of Dr. Boyce’s comments about Syracuse, his differential diagnosis for future progress, and a prescription for leaders to replenish.

Southside Restoration

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015
The transformation of the Clarence Jordan Vision Center by Chris Sutter and his team almost makes us forget how dilapidated the structure once was just a few years ago.

The epic transformation of the Clarence Jordan Vision Center by Chris Sutter and his team almost makes us forget how dilapidated the structure was just a few years ago.

Week in Review

Sunday, May 31st, 2015
2 Fat 2 Fly

On the Wings of Love: Joey Thompson and Corey Simmons, along with Rome Dickerson (not pictured), illustrated how to do business in this mobile economy with true hospitality, and in the process, served us the best wings in the country.

As part of our week well-traveled, we want to give a shout out to the Hunter and Baker families. Because of their invite, we got to check out the wonderful, finger-licking, stuffed wings from 2 Fat 2 Fly on Tuesday.  Careful Buffalo, if these guys make it north of the Mason-Dixon, your days (for wing dominance) are numbered.

Our favorite was Chicken & Waffles.

For more information on 2 Fat 2 Fly, check out this video. To see the wingmen profiled on Steve Harvey, click here.

Week in Review

Sunday, May 17th, 2015

Here is a write-up about re-shoring our city’s future.

Week in Review

Sunday, May 17th, 2015
Awaiting the multi-use future.

Awaiting the multi-use future.

Blueprint is in eye of the Beholder

Saturday, May 16th, 2015

Once again, one of our best product/experiences is on the move. First it was Maryland and Chadds Ford (PA), and soon Wegmans will land in Brooklyn. Something we in Central New York take for granted becomes fuel for the buzz machine in other locales.

Who would ever think that an Upstate grocery store chain would bring more excitement to Brooklyn than a presidential campaign headquarters. Let’s call it the Wegmans Effect.