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Hot Wheels

Friday, July 18th, 2014

Pep Boys

Calling all car lovers

A Syracuse Nationals preview (from the Holiday Inn Electronics Parkway).

Cuse Car: 1950 Chevy

'Cuse Car: 1950 Chevy

Always bet on black: 1953 Caddy

Always bet on black: 1953 Caddy from Canada.

Throwback Thursday: Chic Meets Street

Thursday, July 17th, 2014

Model, designer, producer, LaKisa Renee participated in an outdoor fashion show downtown

Model, actress, and stylist LaKisa Renee walked the runway for an outdoor fashion show downtown in 2012. She is also a partner in the LSK Modeling Agency.

Lite Refreshments

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

Light Protection, Connective Corridor

Light Protection, Connective Corridor

Degrees of Certainty

Saturday, June 28th, 2014

Dr. Bill Coplin

Dr. Bill Coplin advocates developing skill before scholarship

Sometimes a good commencement speech doesn’t happen on the last day of school. We saw a variation of this lecture by SU professor Bill Coplin earlier this week, and thought about how many students could benefit from this kind of information.

Open Air Board Room

Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

Above Walton and Franklin

Above Walton and Franklin Streets

Red is the new Orange

Monday, June 23rd, 2014

University Avenue at East Genesee Street

University Avenue at East Genesee Street

Street Gaze (part 22): Moments in Love

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

Dance: Sophistication's Cafe, Downtown

Tuesday Night: Sophistications Cafe, Downtown

Syracuse Architectural Digest: Lights, Corridor, Action

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

Here is a good magazine issue about the use of lighting in landscapes that features a profile of the Connective Corridor.

In His Own Lane

Saturday, June 7th, 2014

Comic Richie Redding kept the Funny Bone audience in stitches as he touched on current topics, this that and the third.

Comic Richie Redding played the Funny Bone earlier this week.

On our first visit to the Syracuse Funny Bone Comedy Club we were pleased to meet NYC comic Richie Redding.  Don’t let his Ivy League education fool you, this ten-plus year comedy vet can write a joke that will make you bust your gut.  From his intro shout-out for Butternut Street to subjects such as PMS and music downloads, Redding kept the audience and servers howling with laughter.

Redding was preceded on stage by Dan Frigolette and host Anna Phillips. He will return to NYC for some gigs before heading out to shows in Arizona.

Hopefully he can return soon to Syracuse. For now, most people who saw Redding’s act on Thursday will never look at their thumbs the same again.

To see a previous interview we did with Frigolette, click here. To see a  review of a performance by Anna Phillips last year, click here.

Dan Frigolette at Funny Bone

Dan Frigolette used a zany prop during his show, but it is not included in this photograph.

Syracuse Architectural Digest: Another Veteran’s Day

Monday, June 2nd, 2014

Robert Van Keuren, veteran

Robert Van Keuren, US Navy veteran

US Navy veteran-turned housing visionary Robert Van Keuren, who flew over 200 combat missions in the Vietnam War, gave a speech and officially opened the Van Keuren Housing Complex last week.  He reminded the crowd that many of our veterans have been left unsheltered, and not necessarily homeless, since our country will always be their home.

Su Casa es me llamo: Robert Van Keuren cuts the ribbon on the East Genesee housing complex that bears his name last week.

Su casa es me llamo: Robert Van Keuren cuts the ribbon on the East Genesee housing complex that bears his name last week.