Some of the best photos shot by readers of the Syracuse New Times of the 2015 Street Painting Fesival
The 2015 Street Painting Festival on July 25 illuminated Montgomery Street in downtown Syracuse with an array of colors and creativity. Below are photos submitted by our readers, showcasing their talent.
Michael Davis’ photo gallery of the AmeriCU Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival
Michael Davis’ photo gallery of the Northeast Jazz and Wine Festival.
Michael Davis’ photo gallery of the Stage of Nations Blue Rain ECOFest
Michael Davis’ photo gallery of the 2015 Street Painting Festival
Michael Davis took to Montgomery Street in downtown Syracuse on Saturday, July 25 for the annual Street Painting Festival, hosted by the Syracuse New Times.
Light the Night 315 took to the streets on July 13 to spread a positive message
In correlation with Light the Night 315, community members took to the streets to march on July 13 to spread the message that violence is not the answer. Syracuse New Times photographer Michael Davis was there to capture the event.
Michael Davis captured Blues Fest on Friday, June 10 in photos
Clinton Street in downtown Syracuse played host to the New York State Blues Festival on Friday, June 10 and Saturday, June 11. Syracuse New Times photographer Michael Davis captured the essence of the Festival on June 10 in photos.
Michael Davis visited the Hill Cumorah Pageant in Palmyra, NY
Syracuse New Times photographer Michael Davis photographed the Hill Cumorah Pageant, which takes place in Palmyra, NY. The Hill Cumorah Pageant, presented by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, is an outdoor theatrical performance that takes place every July on the hillside of Cumorah. A cast of over 650 put on a grand show on a stage consisting of 10 levels and a state-of-the-art sound system. The outdoor space seats 9,000 and provides Spanish translation as well as American Sign Language interpretation.
Syracuse New Times photographer Michael Davis visited Onondaga Pool, where lifeguard training kicked off in preparation for those hot summer days.
Syracuse New Times photographer Michael Davis made a stop at Onondaga Pool where lifeguard training was in full swing in preparation for the first swim of the summer when local pools open their gates to the public. Burnet, Onondaga, Schiller and Thorndon Park Pools opened Monday. Kirk, Lincoln, McKinley and Wilson Park Pools will open on June 29.