Bearden paints a broad stroke of black life in America (print only, 11/22/2015)
Art to engage at Starlight Drive-In (print only, 11/15/2015)
Georgia Ensemble fills area’s Shakespeare void (print only, 11/8/2015)
Rain Pryor talks growing up with Jewish mom, iconic father in Fried Chicken and Latkes
Q&A: Clarence Davis on his life in photography; exhibit and lecture at Hammonds House
Review: MODA’s “Inspiring Beauty” makes a political and aesthetic fashion statement
“Ping Chong: Theatre from the margins” This Q&A with theater artist Ping Chong was the cover story for the May 2013 issue of Dramatics Magazine.
Q&A with Syracuse Stage Artistic Director Timothy Bond about documentary theater
“Films highlight the plight of women around the world” Comparative film review of Kirby Dick’s Oscar-nominated documentary The Invisible War and award-winning photographer Walter Astrada’s short film Undesired
“Graffiti Bridge” Feature on the history of street art and its transition into museums, galleries and its place in urban development
“The Nutcracker’s Turning Pointe” preview of Syracuse Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker
“Derby Days Approach” feature about roller derby leagues in Central New York
“Inside Voices” preview about street art exhibit at Syracuse University’s Warehouse Gallery
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