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Syracuse Architectural Digest: The Urban Revitalization Strategist

Friday, June 23rd, 2017
Tattoo artist Paul Roe gave a tour of his live/work space last week. The property, which is located on James Street,  is known as the Newell House)

Tattoo artist Paul Roe gave a tour of his live/work space last week. The property, which is located on James Street, is known as the Newell House

Week in Review

Sunday, June 18th, 2017
Historic Hawley-Green House Tour (Fresh Spa Lounge)

Historic Hawley-Green House Tour (Fresh Spa Lounge)

Syracuse Architectural Digest: Tactical Urbanist

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017
Nate Hommel, urban designer

Nate Hommel, urban designer

Nate Hommel says that streets are public spaces. During a workshop and didactic session at Assumption Church, the Director of planning and design for University City District (UCD) told residents, students, and developers to hack, tinker, analyze and design to help transform spaces and help people love where they live. When you love where you live, he said, you start caring a lot more about things that go on and you become more involved.

Hommel is pictured at a the Freedom Garden on N. Townsend, which is a few stone throws away from where he was born (St. Joseph’s Hospital).

He is a graduate of SUNY ESF and has worked for UCD since 2012.

St. Patrick’s Day

Friday, March 17th, 2017
Allen Street

Eastside

Reveal

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
The line up for the 35th Annual Syracuse Jazz Fest was released during a press conference this afternoon at M&T Bank

The line up for the 35th Annual Syracuse Jazz Fest was released during a press conference this afternoon at M&T Bank. At the podium Jazz Fest producer Frank Malfitano readies for media questions.

Thirty-five is halfway between 20 and 50, so the line-up for the 2017 Syracuse Jazz Festival includes some old school and some new school. The line up includes the following:

  • Ramsey Lewis
  • Rebirth Jazz Band
  • Todd Rundgren
  • Asleep at the Wheel
  • Marc Broussard
  • The Mavericks

Week in Review

Sunday, February 19th, 2017
Liam Kirst of the Land Bank talked about a new mural program that will be applied to abandoned and dilapidated homes in the city. He was a guest, along with his father and Logan Reidsma, at the F.O.C.U.S. Forum.

Liam Kirst (center) of the Land Bank talked about a new mural program that will be applied to abandoned and dilapidated homes in the city. He was a guest, along with his father and Logan Reidsma, at the F.O.C.U.S. Forum on Friday morning.

Remixed Use

Sunday, February 19th, 2017
The Sumner Hunt Building is an example of Second Empire Style architecture. Southside TNT and Syracuse Model Neighborhood Facility, Inc. held an open house at the newly rehabbed space on Friday.

The Sumner Hunt Building is an example of Second Empire Style architecture. Southside TNT and Syracuse Model Neighborhood Facility, Inc. held an open house at the newly rehabbed space on Friday.

Information Gateway

Saturday, February 11th, 2017
This used to the periodical and reference section of the SUNY OCC library.  It is now a gateway/corridor to the new library.

This used to the periodical and reference section of the SUNY OCC library. It is now a gateway/corridor to the new library.

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, January 26th, 2017
True Story: We once interviewed artist Juan Cruz inside the former Brennan Motor Complex on Townsend Street (2003) . The building is in the process of being demolished.

True Story: We once interviewed artist Juan Cruz inside the former Brennan Motor Complex on Townsend Street (2003). The building is in the process of being demolished.

Brennan Motor Complex exterior (today)

Brennan Motor Complex exterior (today)

Week in Review (Sounds from Syracuse)

Sunday, January 15th, 2017