High energy and intensity mark the latest release from Phantom Chemistry
Phantom Chemistry seems an apt name for this Syracuse band.
Everybody watches incredible plot twists and then SONY pulls ‘The Interview’ from theaters
Someday this plot might make a good movie.
Music writer Jessica Novak checks in with Dave Frisina as his Soundcheck program celebrates 35 years
When Dave Frisina landed his first professional radio gig in 1978 after graduating from SUNY Cortland in 1977, he had two main goals:
Waging Heavy Peace is exactly what you’d expect a Neil Young autobiography to be like.
Written at age 66, Waging Heavy Peace (Blue Rider Press, 502 pages) is exactly what you’d expect a Neil Young autobiography to be like. Wildly candid and disorienting in its jumps, much like a ping-pong ball across a table of time, the book doesn’t follow rhyme, reason or even a rhythm. Young talks about what he wants to talk about, and when he wants to talk about it, as chapters jarringly move from a story about a dying friend to a passage about his wife’s dog.
A list with a local twist
Looking for something special for a music lover? Here’s a little list (with local twists!) for the musical mate in your life.
A new comedy at Central New York Playhouse
Subtitled “A silly little Christmas story,” Visiting Bammy Lewis is an unpretentious, two-hour portrayal of massive family dysfunction, now playing at Shoppingtown’s Central New York Playhouse.
Syracuse Band Gains National Attention
Perfect Pussy has a national recording contract and is about to embark on a tour of New Zealand and Australia. Writer Patrick Hosken caught up with the band to talk about its rapid rise.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 New York State Fair
Applications are now being accepted to perform at the 2015 New York State Fair, according to Troy Waffner, Acting Director of the Fair.
Not sure what holiday classics are on TV and when? Sarah Hope breaks down the highlights of the final 10 days leading up to Christmas day.
It's a weird time of year for television.
(Review) Holy Moses, Ridley Scott can’t match Cecil B. De Mille
Sitting through Exodus: Gods and Kings was sort of like walking past those Syracuse street corners manned by the shouting Bible-clutchers who are most certain that their message of God's wrath and retribution for my wretched behavior must be shouted into my ear at the most pumped volume they can muster.