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Week in Review

Sunday, September 24th, 2017
The Inner Harbor was buzzing with activity today as part of the World Canals Conference happening in Syracuse this week.

The Inner Harbor was buzzing with activity today as part of the World Canals Conference happening in Syracuse this week.

Week in Review

Sunday, September 10th, 2017
This year at the Syracuse Irish Festival Steve Phillips (left) of The Elders played a tune on stage he produced for The Moxie Strings.  He is pictured here with Diana Ladio.

This year at the Syracuse Irish Festival Steve Phillips (left) of The Elders played a tune on stage he produced for The Moxie Strings. He is pictured here with Diana Ladio. Both groups played two sets for the weekend.

Week in Review (Until Next Year)

Sunday, September 10th, 2017
The Chiefs and catcher Jhonatan Solano came within a few seconds of taking the last game of the season against the Buffalo Bison to extra innings. Despite the strong finish and robust crowd, and the Salt Potato uniforms, the Chiefs lost 3-2.

The Chiefs and catcher Jhonatan Solano came within a few seconds of taking the last game of the season against the Buffalo Bison to extra innings. Despite the strong finish and robust crowd, and the Salt Potato uniforms, the Chiefs lost 3-2.

Week in Review

Sunday, September 10th, 2017
Baldwinsville's Dan Frigolette released his first album this week, titled "Naked & Amused." It was recorded before a live audience in St. Louis.

Baldwinsville’s Dan Frigolette released his first album this week, titled “Naked & Amused.” It was recorded before a live audience in St. Louis.

Week in Review (Funk Lives)

Sunday, September 3rd, 2017

Week in Review (Jazz in the City)

Sunday, September 3rd, 2017

When you hear the Screaming Headless Torsos on stage, its like you are listening to the past, present and future of jazz all at the same time.

Week in Review

Sunday, September 3rd, 2017

Larry, Paul, Issac, Reggie & Eddie. These principals from JAMS put together a great concert at the @nysfair2017 on Saturday night. The stage was Empire Experience stage was in a remote location, but the sound was great (big up to the engineers) and the @steve_arrington set was maybe the best show we saw all summer. Even a rain shower couldn't quench the fire the Minister of Funk (and voice of Slave) created on that far western part of the fairgrounds. The sound carried up to the parking lot near gate four ("slide, slide"). We heard someone say the bass was a touch loud, but that is never true in a funk universe. Our wish list goes goes something like this: 1) We hope Steve's band gets their lost luggage before the next gig; 2) JAMS needs to bring @parliamentfunkadelic or @mazefeaturingfrankiebeverly to the fair next year, and 3) that stage need to be closer to a gate. #thingstodoinsyracuse #bestshowofthesummer #bestofthefair #jamsfunkfest2017 #siberianstage #verygoodsoundquality #mtrushmoreofcusemusic #summermusicfestivals #justatouchofthefunkallthetimekeepsmehighallthetime #thegreatnewyorkstatefair #alilraincantstopthestank @mr.leepaul15

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Week in Review

Sunday, August 27th, 2017

Week in Review

Sunday, August 20th, 2017
Moment of cheer for Coach Mac at NBT Bank Stadium

Moment of cheer for Coach Mac at NBT Bank Stadium

Week in Review

Sunday, August 20th, 2017