Posts Tagged ‘Tours of Syracuse’

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)

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.

Throwback Thursday: Sesquicentennial

Thursday, November 7th, 2013
We met J. Murray, a local historian during a sesquicentennial tour of Oakwood Cemetery

We met J. Murray, a local historian during a sesquicentennial tour of Oakwood Cemetery

Linchpin (continued)

Thursday, March 14th, 2013

Here is the second part of the Michael Heagerty interview.

Linchpin

Friday, March 8th, 2013
Linchpin (n.)–an individual who can walk into chaos and create order, someone who can invent, connect, create, and make things happen…

Here’s the first part of our conversation with local entrepreneur and artist Michael Heagerty. ┬áHeagerty founded a non-traditional tour/hospitality business called NoExcuses(SYR).