Posts Tagged ‘Syracuse’s Little Italy’

Neighborhood in Transition (Act II)

Saturday, April 1st, 2017
During a tour of Northside recently we heard the neighborhood called both the "Gateway to Many Nations"by a guide, and also  "Little Italy" by one of the longtime shop owners.

During a tour of the Northside recently one of the longtime shop owners refer to the North Salina Corridor as “Little Italy,” while a tour guide cited changing demographics for calling the neighborhood “The Gateway to Many Nations.” The tour was facilitated by Northside Up and SUNY-ESF. Here Northside Up’s co-director Stasya Erickson talks about the neighborhood on the steps of 754 Barbershop.

Northern Exposure

Saturday, December 1st, 2012
Abisay Puentes Rodriquez and Oscar Garces: Visual Artitsts at the 7 Days Gallery

Cuban-born visual artists Abisay Puentes Rodriquez and Oscar Garces will display their work at the Wailer Lofts 7 Days Gallery (North Salina Street) this week.

Summer Breeze

Saturday, August 28th, 2010
Urban Jazz Collective's Duane Tribune (left) and Richard Randolph play on stage in Little Italy

Urban Jazz Coalition’s Duane Tribune (left) and Richard Randolph

Columbus, OH-based Urban Jazz Coalition brings an unofficial end to the outdoor live jazz season in Syracuse on Thursday. They performed in Little Italy for the season finale of  Jazz in the City, a neighborhood concert series produced each summer by Larry Luttinger and the Central New York Jazz  Orchestra.