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Syracuse Style brings residents downtown for a night of fashion, unity
On Thursday evening, Syracuse Fashion Week hosted an outdoor runway show on Walton Street.
Dogs hit the catwalk for Syracuse Fashion Week
Syracuse's Fall 2016 Fashion Week kicked off on Wednesday with its first ever dog fashion show.
Downtown welcomes latest vintage retailer
Two strangers became business partners when they launched Vintage Love in downtown Syracuse this summer.
Syracuse Fashion Week Gala brings a lavish evening for locals
An interactive runway experience dazzled the crowd at the Syracuse Fashion Week Gala.
Models reclaim the runway during a fashion show
Ladies strutted their stuff for a fashion show at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que on Sunday.
Locals celebrate Earth Day with a music and arts festival
A sustainability-themed music and arts festival brought people together to celebrate Earth Day on Sunday.
Fashions at the Mansion kicked off Syracuse Fashion Week
Attendees enjoyed fashion, music, hors d'oeuvres and cocktails at the Fashions at the Mansions event Wednesday night.
The Essence of Art fashion show presents how art meets fashion
The dark downtown night welcomed a sparkling fashion show on Saturday.
Local magazine holds spring bridal show
Models wearing wedding gowns and tuxedos strut their stuff down the runway at a bridal show on Sunday.
The Trans $5,000 Pursuit of Happiness
SU's Trans Day of Liberation is April 6, but for many transgender twenty-somethings, the high costs of surgeries and hormone therapy mean liberation comes at a high price.
Sunday brunch and fashion show event raises ovarian cancer awareness
Locals gathered for a bite to eat, some light shopping and a fashion show Sunday morning to help raise awareness for ovarian cancer.
Student entrepreneur sews his way to success
Syracuse University student Jacob deHahn creates his handmade products and runs his own business.
Artists display 'The Stories We Dream' for Women's History Month
Artists showcase their creations at "The Stories We Dream" multimedia exhibit at the Petit Branch Library.
SU voices speak out on International Women's Day
Commentary: A pair of visual journalists produced this video in which Newhouse School students discuss what it means to be a woman.
From twirling to tiaras
Meghan Sinisi shares how being the Syracuse University Orange Girl led her to become Miss Syracuse 2016.
Fairy tale meets fashion at 'While You Were Sleeping' runway show and fundraiser
Stylish shoppers and fashion mavens enjoy a fairy tale fashion show at the While You Were Sleeping event on Sunday to benefit Syracuse City Ballet.
Modern Malt serves unique eats during Dining Weeks
Learn about Modern Malt's specialty dishes featured during Syracuse's Downtown Dining Weeks.
Review: A mouthful of zesty flavors at Lemongrass during Dining Weeks
Grab a bite to eat at Lemongrass before Downtown Dining Weeks in Syracuse comes to a close.
Hair stylists wow crowds at a fairy tale hairstyle show
The fifth annual BLOWOUT fantasy hairstyle fundraiser show entertained crowds at the Landmark Theatre on Sunday.
Get your appetites ready for Downtown Dining Weeks
The 12th Annual Downtown Dining Weeks takes on Syracuse from Feb. 15 to Feb. 29.
Expressions of love
Whether it's a another person or activity, these students and local residents are passionate.
Chocolate lovers venture out in a snowstorm for sweet treats
The snow didn't stop those with a sweet tooth from going to A Taste of Chocolate at the Columbian Presbyterian Church in LaFayette on Saturday.
Celebrate Galentine's Day with close friends and great food
Mark your calendar for a Feb. 13 day out with the girls to celebrate Galentine's Day.
Commentary: An introspective look at a personal space five college roommates share.
Tattoo expo brings ink lovers together
The 28th Annual AM-JAM Tattoo expo Kicked off on Jan. 29 at the Best Western Plus Convention Center.
Disciplined entrepreneur balances classes and business
Gabriela Ecalante has started three businesses, but she goes beyond these ventures to help others whenever she can.
Community comes together for Fiesta de Navidad
La Casita Cultural Center hosts a party where people of all ages can sing, dance and enjoy a hearty meal.
Visiting ballerina leaves lasting impact in the community
Ballerina Olga Aru connects with students of Dance Center North to create community involved rendition of the Nutcracker.
Secure makeup for winter weather in eight steps
Facing the forces of nature in style has never been easier with this makeup routine.
The Girl Code Movement create a safe space for performers to express feelings at open mic night
Anti-sexual assault organization, The Girl Code Movement, hosted Create the Space, an open mic night where student performers shared their thoughts about social issues.
La Femme women’s expo provides a girls-day-out for Syracuse women
La Femme Syracuse attracted residents to discover brands through vendors.
Overcrowding, sweltering heat mar Wine and Chocolate Festival experience
Many attendees of the Central New York Wine and Chocolate Festival found the event overwhelming and unorganized.
Local women gathered for Girls Night Out at the Everson
The Everson Museum of Art hosted its first Girls Night Out.
Twenty-somethings turn passion for pizza into an app and philanthropic cause
Max Hellerstein and Cyrus Summerlin, who created the app Push for Pizza in 2013, stopped at Syracuse University on an 80 college tour to promote the application and encourage students to download it and incorporate it into their lives.
Swapping clothes with Style Lottery
Students clean out their closets and trade clothes at the Style Lottery Closet Swap.
Syracuse non-profit organizations host first Zine Swap
Syracuse in Print and Light Work hosted a zine swap at Light Work on Saturday. A zine (pronounced, "zeen") is a mini magazine.
The SKY is the limit for ladies in little black dresses
The first annual Little Black Dress event took place at SKY Armory on Thursday to benefit women in business.
Gamers young and old flock to the third annual RetroGameCon
RetroGameCon, a convention celebrating legendary video games, charmed thousands at their largest venue yet, the New York State Fairgrounds.
New Pop-Up Market promotes student makers
Design to Table sells products made by Syracuse University students in Marshall Square Mall.
How to make a zine for the Zine Swap
Create and publish a zine, also known as a mini magazine, in time for the Zine Swap Saturday at Light Work.
Syracuse herbalist concocts tonics to prep bodies for winter
Central New York herbalist Deb Thorna makes natural products to lessen the chances of getting sick during cold weather.
CNY Arts and Everson’s “On My Own Time” exhibit allows recreational artists to thrive
Amateur artists' work was featured at the Everson Museum to reflect that art done as a hobby is still art nonetheless.
Cat lovers crazy for local artist's whimsical cat paintings
Cindy Schmidt paints colorful, cranky cats for her Cranky Cat Collection.
Sculptor makes art for human prosthetics
SU junior Kate Browse delves into the process of making medical prosthetics by creating a plaster mold of her face.
Making good on a Halloween costume
Photo essay: Senior Drew Osumi explores the motivations and inspiration for students' Halloween attire.
Where do you fall in the haunted house pack?
From the Alpha to the Courageous Lion, our reporter explains four distinctly different personalities for Halloween thrillseekers.
Show off your #CuseCostumes
Congrats to our Halloween #CuseCostumes winners who will be heading to see MythBusters!
Zombie Ball brings undead to life
Halloween came early for guests at the Zombie Ball this weekend.
Orange After Dark Paint Nite event allows students to channel inner Picasso
Students got creative at Paint Nite, a painting party Orange After Dark hosted on Friday.
Local artist Reina Apraez debuts romantic artwork at Pastabilities
Syracuse-based artist Reina Apraez hosted her solo gallery reception “Romance; Borrowed Verses; Fantastic Death," commenting on how she finds death quirky.
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