Sharing Celtic tales
Student artists get to shine
Local man's daughter makes documentary about her father's hope and determination
McMaster to share stories and songs
Each spring, the members of the U.S. House of Representatives sponsor a high school art competition to acknowledge and promote artistic talent. The winning piece of artwork from each congressional district across our country is displayed for one full year in the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C.
Jason Emerson’s writing on the impact of the ‘Gettysburg Address’ in company with Jimmy Carter, George Bush, Annie Liebovitz, Steven Spielberg and other international figures
On April 1, Lyons Press, an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield, announced the release of “Gettysburg Replies: The World Responds to Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address,” edited by Carla Knorowski, CEO of The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation. Among the contributions of nationally and internationally recognized individuals to the Gettysburg Address project and book is Cazenovia resident Jason Emerson, an award-winning Lincoln scholar, who currently serves as the editor of the Cazenovia Republican and Eagle Bulletin newspapers.
Bibbens brings electricity to classical music
J-E brings show to stage this weekend
Marcellus present 'Suessical'
Central New York is waiting for one of its own to hear from Hollywood. Josh Batstone, an 18-year-old aspiring musical theater performer from Fulton, will appear this week on NBC’s singing competition “The Voice.”
Opportunities for poets and artists
Performance will give students insights on professional music and opportunities
Organization helps support the arts in and around Skaneateles
Event raises more than $6,000 for American Heart Association
For 14 years, book clubs all over Central New York have gathered to discuss a single book as part of the CNY Reads One Book initiative. This year, CNY Reads’ selection is British author Elizabeth Speller’s “The First of July,” which follows four young men through World War I.