Posts Tagged ‘Syracuse Community Health Center’

Bringing It Home at Don’t Bring It Home

Thursday, September 17th, 2020

A portion of the Blacklites (called the Blacklites Lite) closed out the COVID-19 Awareness Concert series at the Syracuse Community Health Center tonight. The section of the band (left to right: Emmanuel Atkins, Rick Linzy, Ricky Chisholm and Eddie Brown) also played the opening week on August 27. The month-long series was an alternative to the pre-pandemic Jazz in the City shows that typically travel around Syracuse at the end of each summer. This year the music accompanied a testing center located at the Syracuse Community Health Center. Other acts to perform included Ronnie Leigh, Mike Houston & Sam Wynn. The Central New York Jazz Arts Foundation produced the shows.

Syracuse’s Soundscape

Thursday, September 10th, 2020

Mike Houston, vocalist

Covid-19 Awareness Concerts (continue)

Saturday, September 5th, 2020

United Healthcare was one of the vendors at the CNY Jazz “Don’t Bring It Home” Covid-19 Awareness concert at the Syracuse Community Health Center.

Autumn Delight

Friday, September 4th, 2020

Vocalist Ronnie Leigh belted out a few tunes during the drive by concert at the Syracuse Community Health Center on Thursday. The CNY Jaz/Jazz in the City-inspired shows continue next week.

Collaboration in the age of COVID-19

Thursday, August 27th, 2020

Don’t Bring It Home

Thursday, August 27th, 2020

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Sounds Like Syracuse . . . In the winter it’s all about @waynestormwatch and the Weather Deck, but if you really want to know the weather prospects for a summer night of live music outdoors in @syracuse1848, you consult @larryluttinger and the Festival Forcast. He’s called scorchers at the Northeast Wine & Jazz Fest, and he’s outwitted late day deluges of rain on more than on occasion for Jazz in the City. Hey Larry, what’s your forecast for Thursday’s inaugural COVID Awareness Concert at the Syracuse Community Health Center? . . . #oldblueeyes #indrummerswetrust #localmusicscene #wearamask😷 #meteorologyisascience #musicisanart #covidawareness #takethetest #hearwhathappens #summervibes #weatherreport #soundslikesyracuse #cymaticfrequencies #lorenzoisourdrummer

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Four Pillars

Saturday, December 4th, 2010

2010 Award Recipients (Reyes, Norton, Cowart, Brangman)

100 Black Men of Syracuse held their third annual Honors Banquet last night.  They honored four Syracuse health practitioners who show us that medicine can be practiced gracefully.

The award recipients included Drs. Sylvia Norton (ophthalmology), Sharon Brangman (geriatrics), Ruben Cowart (dentistry and health care administration) and Saundra Barnett-Reyes (psychiatry).

Here are some photos from the event.

Mark Muhammad (left) accepting award for The Gifford Foundation's Kathy Goldfarb Findling with Chapter President Vincent Love

Mark Muhammad (left) accepting award for The Gifford Foundation’s Kathy Goldfarb-Findling with 100 Black Men of Syracuse Chapter President Vincent Love

Drill Team

Drill Team

Charles Anderson presenting an award to Dr. Sylvia Norton

Charles Anderson presenting award nominee Dr. Sylvia Norton