Visit Franklin Square!
In this week’s segment of #takeatour, Christi Smith of NOexcuses Tours explores Franklin Square.
By Tom Magnarelli In our last chapter of this series, Michael Raver, who played Laertes, talks about how he inhabits his character and the other Shakespearean productions he's seen with various twists. Rachel Torba-Grage, who played Gertrude, talks about her difficulties getting into acting later in life and the support she received from the professionals.
(VIDEO) Progress in the heart of Downtown Syracuse
Jason Evans, an architect at Ashley McGraw Architects and the man behind the (re)Think Syracuse blog, recently spoke to the Syracuse New Times about a temporary art installation titled 'Flowscape' located in Perseverance Park in downtown Syracuse (South Salina Street between West Washington and Fayette Streets).
#takeatour of Hanover Square
In this week’s segment of #takeatour, Michael John Heagerty of NOexcuses Tours explores Hanover Square.
A video series exploring local farms
Central New York is rich with local agriculture, and a short drive in almost any direction from downtown Syracuse usually puts you in the middle of farm country. Jennifer Cox, owner of Crazy Daisies located at 4695 Kasson Road spoke with the Syracuse New Times about recently expanding the business and the many offerings the family farm provides. Look for more “Local Farm” videos coming soon on SyracuseNewTimes.com.
Bank Alley in Downtown Syracuse
In this week's segment of #takeatour, Michael John Heagerty of NOexcuses Tours has some #chatter about Bank Alley with Ben Walsh, Deputy Commissioner of Neighborhood and Business Developement Department (City of Syracuse).
The joys of playing the bad guy
By Tom Magnarelli
(VIDEO) Brandon Massey discusses the Chiefs’ “fan first” approach
The Syracuse Chiefs celebrated Armed Forces Night on Saturday May 17 at NBT Bank Stadium. Director of Group Sales and Promotions Brandon Massey spoke to the Syracuse New Times about the special evening and the Chiefs' "Fan First" approach.
A Vacation Plug for Syracuse
Celebrities including Billy Joel, Meryl Streep and Vanessa Williams expound on the wonders of New York in a series of new 30-second tourism videos paid for by you, the taxpayer (Click here to WATCH THEM). What’s wrong with that picture? Incredibly, no one in the ILoveNY campaign asked me to provide a celebrity testimonial for Syracuse, which looks to be thoroughly dissed by the ad campaign.