Covey Theatre Company, known for its stage productions that “enrich, educate and entertain”, is featuring the classic Rado/Ragni/MacDermot play HAIR!. It runs Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 p.m. from July 10th to July 18th at Covey’s small BeVard Studio Theatre at the Civic Center. Covey Theatre Co. offers several performances each season and if you’ve ever attended a show, you’re probably quite familiar with their creative excellence and commitment
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The Downtown Farmers Market is back and starts up today, Tuesday, June 9th. It runs every Tuesday through October 13th. This is one of the longest running downtown events and features a list of 50 regional farmers along with vendors selling plants, flowers, baked goods, wine and much more. It makes buying direct from farmers a breeze and that means you’re supporting local producers and getting the freshest produce
f you’re active on social media in the Central New York area there’s a big chance you’ve heard of Show Us CNY. Maybe you participated last year. Well either way this fun, hashtag-powered photography initiative is back for 2015, running from June 22nd through July 5th. It’s very easy to participate. Just snap a photo and post it to social media using #ShowUsCNY15. The aggregated results will appear here.
The lineup of Upstate New York concerts for summer 2015 is one of the best in a long time. From small acts to world-touring superstar performers and bands, there’s a show for just about anyone over the next four months. Once again we scoured the entire Syracuse, Central New York and Upstate New York region for great summer concerts. All of these are either really popular or worth seeing.
Every year I work with The Daily Orange on the Summer Guide. For 2015 my focus was on several new or recently new restaurants and one food event. Here you’ll find some of our favorite summer eating options with the details you need plus suggestions on what to get. We’re featuring Vietnamese Noodle House, The York, CORE, TS Steakhouse, Otro Cinco, Red Chili Restaurant and the Syracuse Food Truck
Here’s the third film of The Artist Series, a collection of works by Courtney Rile available exclusively on Syracuse Guru. We’re proud to feature Colleen Woolpert, a Syracuse based interdisciplinary artist with a deep and interesting interest in the nuances of vision. Give it a watch, this one’s
ortland Repertory Theatre’s 2015 season starts in June and they’ve got a great lineup of plays. I reached out to CRT’s Producing Artistic Director, Kerby Thompson, to find out more about Cortland Repertory Theatre and to chat about the upcoming season. Over 20,000 people are expected to attend CRT productions at the historic Little York Pavilion in Preble this summer. Find out why CRT is worth the drive and also
had an opportunity to check out The Krebs, the recently renovated historic restaurant in Skaneateles. A few years back the 1899-opened restaurant, started by Fred and Cora Krebs, was purchased by Adam and Kim Weitsman. Over $5 million was invested into the restaurant space, wine cellars and kitchen and a highly recruited staff was put into place, including Executive Chef Austin Johnson, formerly of Daniel Humm’s Michelin Star-winning restaurant
Theatre and play offerings in Syracuse may seem a little sparse during the summer months but Cortland Repertory Theatre recently announced their summer 2015 season at the Little York Pavilion. It’s now a summer packed with plays as CRT presents Always a Bridesmaid, 1776, The Addams Family, Sherlock Holmes & the West End Horror, The Jungle Book and a few other productions between June and August. If you read
Here’s the second film of The Artist Series, a collection of works by Courtney Rile available exclusively on Syracuse Guru. We’re proud to feature Cheryl Wilkins-Mitchell, an upstate New York dancer, choreographer and dance instructor. This film is a departure from the other Artist Series works as it focuses on dance instead of standard art. Give it a
Covey Theatre Company Presents HAIR!
Downtown Farmers Market Returns for 43rd Annual Season
Founder Kevin Morrow on Show Us CNY 2015
111 Syracuse and Upstate NY Concerts: Summer 2015
Guru/Daily Orange Summer Guide 2015
PREMIER: The Artist Series – Colleen Woolpert
Cortland Rep’s Kerby Thompson Talks Summer Theatre
The Krebs: True Fine Dining in Central New York
Summer Plays at Cortland Repertory Theatre
PREMIER: The Artist Series – Cheryl Wilkins-Mitchell
A whole lot to do in Syracuse this weekend! Don’t miss Polish Festival, Art on the Porches, or Syracuse Shakespeare Fest’s Thornden Park performances this weekend. Also consider Syracuse Stage’s gala featuring Keb Mo.
Art on the Porches returns to the Strathmore neighborhood on Saturday, June 20th from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This annual arts event presents the work of local artists on the porches of iconic
The 42nd Annual Greek Cultural Festival at St. Sophia’s Greek Orthodox Church is just about here. This year’s DeWitt festival runs for four days, Thursday, June 11th through Sunday, June 14th. This is obviously
Busy summer weekend coming up in Syracuse. This time we’ve got Taste of Syracuse 2015 for starters, plus favorites like Creek Float and the 37th Annual Oz-Stravaganza. There’s another outdoor movie screening at Green
So much to do in Syracuse and CNY this weekend. Best bets include Bacon & Bourbon Festival, the Jeff Austin Band at Westcott, Cuse Comedy Fest and much more. Some great outdoor events and
Pretty diverse lineup of things to do in CNY this weekend. Legendary rapper Rakim performs at the Westcott, Critz Farms hosts their Apple Blossom Festival, there’s an outdoor movie night at Green Lakes and
Busy weekend coming up! This time we’ve got Syracuse City Ballet’s Swan Lake, the Downtown Living Tour and Salt City BBQ Fest for starters. Some solid live music plus a country concert to benefit
Slow weekend in Syracuse so this is a bit of an abbreviated guide. We’ve still got 11 things to do. Lots of great live music between Terrapin Flyer and John Mellencamp. Also for something