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Week in Review

Sunday, May 22nd, 2016
Bishop Reginald McGill and Dr. Cynthia McGill from Rochester visited Syracuse for a conference on Saturday afternoon.

Bishop Reginald McGill and Dr. Cynthia McGill from Rochester visited Syracuse for a conference on Saturday. The McGills, who have been married for over 40 years, lead New Life Fellowship.

Syracuse Architectural Digest: Re-Thinking Blight

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
Despite what we see sometimes, housing is one of our most under appreciated assets.

Despite what we see sometimes, housing is one of our most under appreciated assets.

We finally got a look at the Syracuse Land Bank’s portfolio of available residential and commercial properties. We wonder how soon they will coordinate with a company to do actual vacant house tours. In Pittsburgh this is something they are actually doing now.

Dear Graduates…

Friday, May 13th, 2016

If many of us could just go back, this is the speech we’d like to hear upon graduation (caution: explicit language).

Week in Review: The Power of Community Journalism

Sunday, May 8th, 2016

Week in Review: Wish List

Saturday, May 7th, 2016
Designed by Amanda Fritsch

Designed by Amanda Fritsch (Syracuse University)

Recently at Ideas City Detroit, the collected experts talked about using arts to leverage culture. A few days ago Ty Marshal talked about recognizing arts organizations as burgeoning and relevant business institutions. In both cases, we are seeing that the lines between business and art will continue to blur.

We will add to our most recent list of wishes for a consolidation of Syracuse Fashion Week (Spring) to include events at Syracuse University’s Senior Collection show. The current production by Events in Style is great, but we’d love to see the cutting-edge student designers, and their events, as part of an expansive Metro Fashion Week for all to enjoy.

To our knowledge, the decision and final plan for Consensus CNY is still pending. The myriad of concerns and or benefits of the proposals are numerous.  Possibly a small step like this can be a beginning of various entities and constituencies working together.

Maybe, just maybe, fashion can lead the way.

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, May 5th, 2016
Oliver Lee, Bookseller

Oliver Lee, Bookseller

Looking to Make a Ruckus in a Quiet Place

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016
Dignitaries including Chancellor Kent Syverud (far right) attended a launch celebration and ribbon cutting for the Blackstone Launchpad. Blackstone LaunchPad is co-funded by the Blackstone Charitable Foundation and Syracuse University and will provide entrepreneurship support for the University community.

Dignitaries including Chancellor Kent Syverud (far right) attended a launch celebration and ribbon cutting for the Blackstone Launchpad yesterday. Blackstone LaunchPad is co-funded by the Blackstone Charitable Foundation and Syracuse University and will provide entrepreneurship support for faculty, staff and students.  The start-up space is located on the first floor of Bird Library.

The venture will directed by Linda Dickerson Hartsock, who has previous experience expanding the Tech Garden and the Connective Corridor.

Questions to take us from Good to Great

Monday, April 11th, 2016

Here a clip of Travis Mason’s comments at the CenterState CEO meeting from last week. He talked about the convergence of  diverse teams, leading with humility, the proximity of coalitions, fine-tuning for innovation, and how small decisions can lead to big opportunities.

City View (Re-Birth)

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
Above the Main Entrance-Hotel Syracuse

Above the Main Entrance-Hotel Syracuse

Predictive Analytics

Tuesday, March 29th, 2016

Monday M.B.A. from Syracuse in Focus on Vimeo.