Salt Market 2014: Celebrating Art in Syracuse

The sixth annual Salt Market showcased 56 local artists Saturday at SKY Armory

More than 50 artists showcased their work at the six annual Salt Market in SKY Armory on Saturday. In a warehouse with Christmas lights strung from the ceiling, the crafters and designers sold their prints, knits, and jewelry amidst fresh scones and espresso.

Do You See This Man?

He’s homeless, and many people pass as if he were invisible

Homeless in Syracuse

Do You See This Man? (Mobile Version)

He’s homeless, and many people pass as if he were invisible

Homeless in Syracuse

Red Solo Cup, Let’s Not Fill You Up

Reigning as the top party school comes at a cost.

A group of Syracuse University and SUNY-ESF students have created a public art installation of Solo cups to address the environmental effects of waste and party culture in Syracuse.

Check This Out: The Salt Market

Sixth Annual Salt Market to Showcase Artist’s Work this Saturday

Artists and designers will fill two floors of SKY Armory (351 S. Clinton St) for the sixth annual Salt Market this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It will include everything from silk-screened tea towels and fairy tale-inspired prints to dewdrop leaf pendants and chai tea lip balm.

Author of memoir on rape questions closing of SU Advocacy Center

“I am troubled seeing SU’s center being disbanded”

Laura Gray-Rosendale, a Syracuse University graduate who wrote a memoir about her 1988 rape while she was a student, said she’s concerned that SU has closed its Advocacy Center.

For Lectie Altman, 10.5 Happy Hours

The first American amateur woman out of the water at Kona

Question: Who is Miranda Carfrae?

Makerspace Provides Home for Doers, Learners

A collaborative space, where creative people could come together and share their expertise

Michael Giannattasio didn’t realize he wanted to create a makerspace.

Oprah On the Future of Media

Winfrey tells students: “Be able to move through your life with a sense of vision, a sense of purpose, a sense of passion and love for the stories you tell.”

"I was worried. 'Will they accept me without the orange?'" Oprah Winfrey joked, referring to the three orange dresses she forgot in her hotel room in New York City a few days earlier.

Solarize Syracuse Reveals Demand for Renewable Energy

These efforts in Syracuse reflect a national interest in solar energy.

More than 80 people filled the foldout chairs in Natur-Tyme’s Community Room on a Saturday in September for Solarize Syracuse’s standing-room-only Last Chance Workshop. The 90-minute meeting wrapped up the campaign’s nine-presentation run, which taught attendees about renewable energy’s benefits, the process of installing panels and the environmental and economic impacts of going solar.