Take Me Out to the Ball Game!

The long range forecast calls for a chance of early morning rain and a cloudy afternoon.  But 57 degrees around these parts in April is not too bad.  And if you are a die-hard, must attend, avid Chief’s fan, then rain or shine, snow or sleet, you will be at Opening Day, April 12, 2013, […]

Spring Ahead – Ready, Set, Go!

Though the snow on the ground today belies that it’s time to spring forward this weekend – we have indeed reached the magic hour to save more daylight!  Sunday, March 10 at 2:00 AM, be sure to set your clocks ahead one hour. If you plan on attending the Syracuse St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Saturday, […]

February Fun to the Finish!

With the February break just about over – what else can you squeeze in before heading back to school?  If you haven’t gone for a skate yet in Clinton Square , then it’s high time.  Bundle up, break out the skates or rent them – there’s nothing like outdoor skating on a clear winter night […]

Everson Museum Exhibit Opening

As a docent at the Everson Museum I am so happy to announce a wonderful new exhibit, opening this weekend, February 16th.  On tour from the Brooklyn Museum and titled American Moderns, 1910-1960; From O’Keefe to Rockwell, this exhibit covers a most fascinating era in art, and will be a delightful opportunity for you to […]

It’s Groundhog Day — Again!

As if the weather in Syracuse couldn’t be any crazier – is it really acceptable that we look to an overfed and over coddled groundhog to tell us when to expect spring?  Seems folks have been getting their hopes up from the little rodent since Feb. 2, 1887, when the first “official trek” was made […]