Chili, chili, chili!

What more can we say?  With temperatures across the nation hitting all time lows, how else to beat back the chill than a chili cook-off?  With the Syracuse Winterfest, Feb.13 to Feb. 23, 2014 just around the corner, it’s time to show ol’ man winter that we’re made of stronger stuff around these parts.  Not […]

Thanksgiving – Syracuse Style

Hard to believe that Thanksgiving is upon us – but busy supermarket parking lots and frantic pie making remind us it is so. Whether serving dozens at home, or traveling dozens of miles, the pre-dinner bustle, the satiated completion of a shared meal, and the long weekend with family is what I’m thankful for. If […]

Syracuse Neighborhoods – Where Do You Live?

The city of Syracuse and surrounding area is known for its rich Haudenosaunee culture and the Onondagas, the Keepers of the Central Fire of the Haudenosaunee (“Iroquois Confederacy”).  And like any resource rich area, Syracuse became a thriving city drawing many cultures to mine the salt, dig the canal, build universities and start communities. With […]

‘Cuse Goes Green for Earth Day!

With the world around us turning greener every day, what a wonderful time to celebrate Earth Day 2013.  The official celebration of Earth Day is April 22, 2013, but here in Syracuse where we tend to be a little more desperate for all things green, getting a head start on clearing the detritus of winter […]

Downtown Living Tour May 19th 12-6 PM

We can’t help but get excited for the Downtown Living Tour – we are after all realtors- we make a living when people buy places to live. But what really gets us jazzed is the diversity  of shelter that the greater Syracuse area has to offer and none better displayed then the array of city lofts, […]