Here was one of our favorite performances from Women’s History Month. Soprano Mary Rose Go remixed the song Dahil Sa’Yo with her poetry during the Women in Music event at the Community Folk Art Center. What an amazing voice.
Archive for March, 2015
Here’s a great interview George Kilpatrick did with John Kellogg,Esq. about the complexities of the “Blurred Lines” v. The Estate of Marvin Gaye decision.
Shout-out to trombonist Melissa Gardiner for sending out a reminder about her sitting in with the reggae artist Brother Num.
Despite the fact that has an Academy Award, Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award, Forest Whitaker may still be one of the most underrated actors of his generation. The guy has always made an impression in film roles, such as Good Morning Vietnam, where he mixed-it up with Robin Williams to The Butler, where he embodied the class and stoic dignity of Cecil Gaines. And who can forget his more lighthearted characters like Jefferson (Fast Times at Ridgemont High) and Jackson (A Rage in Harlem).
To learn about Whitaker’s humanitarian work, check out this clip.
There are numerous benefits about Syracuse joining the ACC: the history, the tradition, the rivalry, and of course, the fans. Today at the NCAA East Regional Final open practice sessions, we had the pleasure of meeting a gracious lady known as the CSPAN Mom. Despite her recent celebrity status and invitation to the White House Correspondent’s Dinner, on this day inside the Carrier Dome, safe from the rain, Joy Woodhouse was just another fan who traveled here to have her team’s back.
She said she hoping for another miraculous run by N.C. State.
Mrs. Woodhouse enjoy your stay.