In June 2014, the Redhouse partnered with Arc of Onondaga and Elmcrest Children’s Center to perform, “A Year with Frog and Toad.” Go behind the scenes and learn more. More: Only More Relevant: Part 3 A Year with Frog and Toad A Year with Frog and Toad Trailer 2 Related posts brought to you by Yet Another Related Posts Plugin.
“We got two candidates who have the absurd idea that if you give more money to the capitalists, it’s going to help the unemployed workers. That’s been the policy for four decades: trickle down economics and it doesn’t trickle down.” (Reporting for WRVO) – Green Party candidate for governor, Howie Hawkins outlined his progressive platform in downtown Syracuse on Wednesday. Hawkins called for a series of debates with all the other candidates on topics ranging from job creation to campaign […]
Tom Magnarelli SYRACUSE (Reporting for WRVO) – John Katko, the Republican candidate for the 24th congressional district, outlined his five point plan for veterans on Wednesday. Katko addressed wait times, wasteful spending and wants to work with non profits and higher education that help veterans get jobs in the private sector. Katko admits most people don’t have a problem with the VA system in Syracuse, but says that’s not the case nationwide. “I want to use my twenty years as a […]
The work of Anton Chekhov continues to be cherished for its brilliant wit and insight into the human condition. The Cherry Orchard lovingly portrays some of his most memorable characters as they struggle against clashing desires and lose their balance in the shifting eruptions of society and a modernizing Russia. This comedic play has a hint of Downton Abbey that you won’t want to miss. Non-Members $25 / Members $15 All Ages Thursday June 26 @ 7pm Mandana Barn Skaneateles […]