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Is Syracuse CNY’s Hot New Concert Destination?

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By Elijah Shama SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) In a packed concert hall, hundreds danced and sang along to California indie rock band Young the Giant. The Monday night concert was held at the F Shed in Syracuse. The band’s decision to play Syracuse might be due in part to the city’s growing music scene. Syracuse University music professor and local radio […]

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Arts

Peace Council Hosts Annual Craft Fair

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By Claire Moran SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)- The Syracuse Peace Council expected about 3000 people to come see 125 vendors at the 45th Annual Plowshares Craftsfair and Peace Festival this past weekend at Nottingham High School. The event included crafts, food, a raffle, live music, and a silent auction. “Everybody here is just so friendly and the food […]

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Arts , Central New York , Feature , Transportation

Hancock Airport Offers Entertainment for Travelers, Resources for Locals

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By Daniel Mantooth SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — As flyers prepare their plans for one of the busiest travel seasons of the year, Syracuse’s Hancock International Airport is attempting to make it less stressful for them. It will open a TSA PreCheck enrollment center on Friday, where travelers can apply for the expedited security check […]

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Arts , Technology

Technology: Friend or Foe?

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By Bretton Keenan SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)–The Tech Garden is a hub of ideas. It fosters business and entrepreneurial ideas, technological opportunities, and even supports local artists. The Tech Garden’s current exhibit, titled Machines: A Love Affair With Technology, provides artists with a unique venue to explore the benefits and disadvantages of technology. Devin Sardano, CEO of […]

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Arts , Central New York

Appraisers Roadshow Comes To Syracuse: Antique’s Appraised For Thousands

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By Monique Iuster SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) — Hundreds of Syracuse locals brought their antiques and trinkets to have them priced at the Art Appraisers Roadshow this past weekend at the Everson Museum of Art. Residents of Onondaga County could pay five dollars per item to have specialists appraise old art, books, jewelry, and much more. “We have an […]

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Education

Light Work is a Hidden Syracuse Gem

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By: AJ Abell (NCC News) – Syracuse, N.Y. — Light Work is one of the biggest photography organizations in the country and is located right here in Syracuse. Established in 1973, the mission of this non profit is to provide direct support to artists working in photography and related media, through residencies, publications, exhibitions, and […]

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Arts , Central New York , Consumer

Rochester Artist Larry Moss is Bursting the Boundaries of Modern Art

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For Larry Moss life has always been about creative and joyous artistic expression. From his beginnings as a street performer in New York Moss has always found his artistic calling to be putting a smile on peoples faces. What makes Moss especially different is the medium in which he works, balloons. While most of us probably conjure […]

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