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 […]

National Farmers Market Week 8/4-8/10

August must be the golden month for farmers markets across the country – with sweet corn, luscious tomatoes, juicy peaches, plump plums and so many other delectable treats it’s hard to control yourself.  How DO we survive the winter one would ask, but today more than ever farmers markets have become a year round happening. […]

‘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 […]

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, […]

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 […]