Singer-songwriter Ashley Cox of Professional Victims discusses her songwriting process and her journey as a musician.
A twenty-dollar bill tucked in between her guitar strings; that is when singer-songwriter Ashley Cox said she realized her talents as a musician could take her beyond the street corners of Downtown Syracuse and into the city’s music scene.
“I started playing on the streets just for fun, playing cover songs,” Cox said. “And I was drawing some crowds.”
Perspectives on the City of Syracuse from the women who stayed.
Lake effect. Orange pride. Salt potatoes. Wegmans. These are the terms that my eager family instilled in me upon learning that my alma mater would be Syracuse University, located in the very place that both sides of my lineage sprout from. As an Arizonian accustomed to readily available Mexican food and sprawling acres of saguaro cacti under open, dry skies, even the idea of snow was foreign to me. I cherished these new additions to my lexicon with excitement and care, looking forward to the day they would no longer feel strange rolling off my tongue.
Tom Redmore, an elder at Columbian Presbyterian Church in LaFayette, started A Taste of Chocolate six years ago after trying to come up with a new fundraising idea and seeing how much money people spent on Valentine’s Day every year.
The death is not being treated as a criminal incident and is currently under investigation.
A Syracuse University student was found dead in Walnut Hall on Saturday morning. According to an article posted on syracuse.com, the death is not being treated as a criminal incident and there are no threats to public safety.
Gabriela Ecalante has started three businesses, but she goes beyond these ventures to help others whenever she can.
It’s 6 a.m. on a Monday morning and Gabriela Escalante has been awake for an hour. There are no meetings, phone calls, or obligations to attend until 9 a.m., but Escalante likes to run around her rural neighborhood in Central New York – even on Monday mornings. She laces up her pink and white tennis shoes and begins a 30-minute run around her familiar course. The sun is still sleeping, but the morning’s darkness doesn’t stop Escalante from fulfilling the daily goal she has met for the past year.
La Casita Cultural Center hosts a party where people of all ages can sing, dance and enjoy a hearty meal.
Michelle Cáceres smiled, her bright purple skirt swirling around her waist. Her feet moved to the beat, the notes of drums and guitars echoing through the air. Cáceres, a member of Syracuse University’s Los Raices dance troupe, was full of energy, as she danced the night away.
Ballerina Olga Aru connects with students of Dance Center North to create community involved rendition of the Nutcracker.
During the East Coast leg of its tour, the Moscow Ballet can hit as many as three cities a week. Syracuse welcomed the Moscow Ballet dancers, directors to the city this December. One ballerina in particular showed how happy she was to make the trip.
Facing the forces of nature in style has never been easier with this makeup routine.
Although makeup horror stories are far too common, many of them involve battling the elements. Wintertime winds can often dry out skin, while the snow and rain can cause makeup to run. Vaniah Montanez, a makeup artist for the Italian-based Flormar cosmetic brand in Destiny USA, provides simple steps on how to secure makeup just in time to face the onslaught of holiday parties.