Pennsylvania has that groundhog, NYC has Al Roker, and the Weather Channel has Sam Champion or Jim Cantore, but it got so cold and snowy in Syracuse this month we spotted an Abominable Snowman.
Archive for February, 2015
Here are some photos from the Syracuse City School District’s 12th Annual African-American panel discussion, which was held at Edward Smith (K-8) School. The theme of this year’s event was “Political Action for Education and Social Change.”
During the ceremony,Darlene Dow from United States Post Office unveiled the commemorative stamp featuring architect Robert Robinson Taylor.
Here are two great moves by Syracuse Academy of Science (SAS) forward Jesse Murray in the team’s quarterfinal sectional win over The Institute of Technology Syracuse Central earlier this week. The game was played in the SAS gym, aka, the Lab.
The final score was 73-59, including a 29-point second quarter for SAS.
Murray finished with 24 points.
SAS will play Sherburne-Earlville on Sunday.
It’s going down again this year…there will be beards galore at the Landmark on Friday for the Festival of the Fantastical Facial Follicle.
Syracuse Academy of Science (SAS) defeated Institute of Technology Syracuse Central (ITC) last night in a Sectionals match up played at the Lab (Park Street). ITC raced out to a big lead in the first quarter, but SAS, with big-time support from their home crowd, made a furious comeback and pulled away in the third quarter. The final score was 73-59.
Here is a sample of the talk-back segment from “Steady,” produced by Ryan Hope Travis. The clip will give you a sense of awareness for the many flexible, organic adventures involved in community theater. Also check out the golden-voiced solo by actor Kamani Grate.