Archive for February, 2020

SIF Saveur

Saturday, February 29th, 2020

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SIF Saveur . . . We officially now have a love/hate relationship with @willgormanmusic. We love him because the first time we saw the homey tickle a church organ, he played like a young Donny Hathaway; we now hate him because he recommended @joestogosyracuse, and we just can’t get enough of it (which causes weight gain). When it comes to food we tend to follow two things: signs and long lines, and Joe’s had both. From the moment we walked in and heard @evelynchampagneking on the sound system, and smelled the shrimp and grits, we understood why there was a crowd at the counter. Is there anything better than an unpretentious joint, serving comfort food with a smile? Reminded us of those old M&M soul food joints in El-Lay from back in the day. Can wait for @pessoblanci, @cfac or @fitover50bygk to have this group provide the craft service for their next video or event. . . . #excusemewhileitakeanap #siesta #lunchbreak #comfortfood #top5wingsinthecity #lettheevidencespeak #tasteofsyracuse #sifsaveur #dazzlingdiscoveries #templeofmygastronomy #nofoodpixnecessary #didsomeoneputafootinthis #willyouoweusagymmembership

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Sophmore Power

Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

Guard Amber Meigs scored 24 points and dished out 11 assists in Tuesday’s sophomore night 113-73 win over Cayuga Community College. She is pictured here taking a three-pointer in the third quarter.

Playoff Ready

Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

OCC guard Latyce Faison led his team with 18 points in tonight’s 86-59 win over Cayuga Community College.

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, February 13th, 2020

The late guitarist Chuck Loeb played what became Funkfest at the New York State Fair in 2016.

New Yorker State of Mind

Tuesday, February 11th, 2020

Dr. Jelani Cobb speaks at Syracuse University

In the current era of 24-hour news cycles and a first-class library at everyone’s fingertips, it’s good to occasionally pause and get a proper perspective. Last night Columbia University Professor and New Yorker writer Jelani Cobb said our political climate has become increasingly filled with pernicious thinking and antagonistic rhetoric. In addition to discussing the advantages and disadvantages of technology as a tool (to organize or to spread disinformation) he gave the SU community a short history lesson to remind us about the founder’s aims and the fragility of consensus.

SIF Halftime Report

Saturday, February 8th, 2020

Binghamton Bulldogs Coach Reggie Hawkins (left) talks to the ref about a missed foul call during a time out in the second quarter. His squad trailed The Stallions 85-56 at the half.

SIF Halftime Report

Saturday, February 8th, 2020

Week in Review

Sunday, February 2nd, 2020

Syracuse Pond Hockey Classic-Onondaga Park

SIF Style Section

Saturday, February 1st, 2020

Onondaga Park