Monthly Archives: December 2014
Written by Mary Beth Schwartzwalder • December 22, 2014
304 Hawley Avenue See full directory listing >
The generous folks at Laci’s are paying it forward this season by offering free coffee and specialty drinks at Laci’s Lunchbox anytime before Christmas. They’re also giving customers an easy way to grab a gift certificate to Laci’s Tapas Bar on their website. Add a personalized message and Laci’s will send it directly to the person on your list.
Still looking for gifts and party platters? Check out our Neighborhood Directory and get some ideas for all those last-minute purchases.
Written by Mary Beth Schwartzwalder • December 18, 2014
709 James St. See full event listing >
This Friday, check out CNY Crossroads special event: Celebrate Christmas, an inspirational performance from Danny Gokey with special guests: 7eventh Time Down and All Things New. Warm and soulful, Gokey will perform songs from his latest album, Hope In Front Of Me.
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 the day of. Special VIP passes are also available for $30 and $35. Purchase tickets here.
To learn more about Celebrate Christmas, watch the video below or check out CNY Crossroad’s website here.
Thanks to all of the business and property owners that gathered at Sparky Town for a our fall Northside Networking Event. Hosted by the Northside Business Partnership (NBP), these events are an opportunity to engage with community members, share ideas, and make important connections over a spread of appetizers and beverages.
The evening was also a great way to celebrate Sparky Town, a long-time NBP member that will officially close at the end of the year in order to explore other interests. We’re very thankful for their contribution to our neighborhood and are excited to see what the future holds.
To learn more about the Northside Networking Event, email email@example.com.
NBP is a collaboration between Northside UP, the Greater North Salina Business Association and CenterState CEO that works to promote, support and engage Northside businesses.
The Land Bank is seeking proposals for two properties on North Salina Street: 435 North Salina, former home of La Cuisine, and the building directly next door, 437 North Salina. This section of the business corridor is home to Adagio Salon, Asti’s Cafe, and Rocky’s News, creating great potential for property developers and business owners. All proposals must be submitted to the Land Bank by January 6, 2015.
Melinda Johnson wrote an excellent piece about the retirement of Geoffrey Navias, Artistic Director of Open Hand Theater, in 2015. We’re going to miss this creative visionary, but look forward to seeing what comes next for this theater and museum!
“SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Geoffrey Navias, artistic director and a founder of Open Hand Theater, will retire in May. For 34 years, Navias has been involved as a performer, writer, director, mask and puppet maker and administrator of the arts organization. He has overseen its transformation from its beginnings in a warehouse on Walton Street in Armory Square to its current landmark location in a former mansion on Syracuse’s northside. It is known as Open Hand Theater – At the Castle on North Salina Street.”
Read the full article on Syracuse.com.