Archive for August, 2014
Probably no of us thought that within the New Edition franchise it would be Bell Biv DeVoe (BBD) who emerged as the most consistent spin-off. And to make sure we don’t forget, Michael Bivins announced during the show that in 2015 BBD would be recording a new album, going out on tour, and even doing a television project. How’s that for poison control!
Urban Cinematheque is a collaboration between Light Work, Syracuse University, the Connective Corridor and the Everson Museum. This year’s film was “The Grand Budapest Hotel.”
Good luck to the Syracuse University Football Team as they head into the 2014 regular season. Tonight’s weather (for a Friday game) provided a great kick-off.
Here is a column by Etan Thomas about the continued collisions between sports and politics. It includes many references to former Big East ball players.
We look forward to Jazz in the City, which this year will only be one event (vs. three). Past artists who have played for this series include Fred Wesley, Jr. Walker’s All-Stars, Marion Meadows, Dave Valentin, Alex Torres, Jackiem Joyner and Richard Randolph’s Urban Jazz Coalition.
Perseverance Park/Pike Block will be the lone destination on September 3.