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Capture the Cuse (V)

Friday, January 30th, 2015
Facade, Hotel Syracuse

Facade, Hotel Syracuse

Ladies Night

Thursday, January 29th, 2015
Zabrina Chevannes

Zabrina Chevannes

Last night we finally got a chance to check out the popular “Chicks are Funny” series curated by Anna Phillips. The good news, a few hundred packed the Funny Bone on a cold winter Wednesday; the bad news, the visiting Canadian comics were definitely funnier…just joking.

Overall, the production served up a hardy dose of laughter.

The evening was hosted by Pamela Wertz. The headliner was North America’s funniest nurse, Zabrina Chevannes.

Pamela Wertz

Pamela Wertz

Here’s a brief intro by Toronto-based comic Chrissie Cunningham (who did her first show in Syracuse at Jazz Central a few years ago):

Chrissie Cunningham

Chrissie Cunningham

Annie May

Annie May

Creating a Culture of Doing

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015
Clarence Jordan Vision Center, Under Construction (from Raynor Street)

Clarence Jordan Vision Center, Under Construction (from Raynor Street)

Syracuse Architectural Digest: Gateway 2.0

Saturday, January 24th, 2015

Seeing the current images of the Clarence Jordan Vision Center gives you an appreciation for concrete dreams, development and letting ideas out.

Capture the Cuse (III)

Friday, January 9th, 2015
Beverage Service

Beverage Services

60 Seconds with A Sound Poet

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

Here’s a Monday column from Mr. Wilson’s Neighborhood┬áthat is sure to motivate you for 2015.

Syracuse Architectural Digest: Art at the Doorstep

Monday, January 5th, 2015
Patio, Syracuse Stage Complex

Patio, Syracuse Stage Complex

Looking Back, but Moving Forward

Saturday, January 3rd, 2015

Value of History by Sifsound on Mixcloud

Here’s a comment by Greg Tripoli about the value of history to propel us forward in 2015.

Calling all comics

Friday, January 2nd, 2015
Comedy vet Moody McCarthy at Justin's Tuscan Grill.

Big M: Comedy vet and Syracuse-native Moody McCarthy provided some comic relief for New Year’s Day at Justin’s Tuscan Grill.

We figure it’s not a matter if Syracuse should host a comedy festival, but when. With the plethora of ‘Cuse-bred comics and the draw of Funny Bone at Destiny USA, this town is primed for a few days of non-stop laughs (especially during the winter months). If we can have a film festival and TED conference surely we can kick-off a comprehensive comedy program.

In the meantime, special shout-out to Dan Frigolette and Moody McCarthy for coming home each year to do shows. Last night they did an intimate, one-night-only comedy cabaret at Justin’s Grill. This year they brought Nick Marra with them (a few years ago it was Jessimae Peluso).

Opportunity Often Knocks Twice

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
Hotel Syracuse: Now and Then

Hotel Syracuse: Now and Then and Now

We saw an article this week about the renovation and scheduled re-opening of the Hotel Syracuse.