Feb 28, 2005 — Broadway star and Watertown native Ted Keegan is back in his hometown for a concert with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra tonight (8pm, Watertown HS). Keegan has made a name for himself with the title tole of "The Phantom of the Opera" on Broadway and on national tour. He told Todd Moe he has always enjoyed music theatre. Go to full article
Blake Whyte (Huck) and Paul Oakley Stovall (Jim). Photo: Alex Ottaviano.
Nov 15, 2004 — Hundreds of New York National Guard soldiers serving with the 2nd of the 108th in Iraq have passed their one-year mark. The reservists will be returning home to the U.S. in January or February. But they'll be replaced by other reserve units from New York and Vermont that are now shipping overseas. This week as part his audio diary, Major Eric Olsen -- a chaplain from Saranac Lake -- headed to Camp Orion's internet café to talk with Zachary Estergard, a young soldier from Syracuse who's just begun a tour of duty. Go to full article
May 08, 2003 — Governor George Pataki toured parts of the state to bring his anti-tax message to New Yorkers. At the Capitol, Legislative leaders castigated him for not acting on the budget bills. Karen DeWitt reports. Go to full article
Apr 07, 2003 — Work crews from the North Country have joined a clean up effort in western and central New York. A wicked ice storm over the weekend left more than 300,000 homes without power and at least four people dead. Brian Mann reports. Go to full article
"Space Ant" farm experiment sent on Columbia. Photo: Spacehab
Feb 03, 2003 — Fowler High School in Syracuse, New York, will observe a moment of silence today. Students at the school had a special relationship with the Columbia and her crew. The students helped design an experiment that sent live harvester ants into orbit. As North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann reports, the kids say the project helped revitalize their school. Go to full article
Sep 25, 2002 — The award-winning play M. Butterfly is running to full houses at Syracuse Stage. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng attended a recent matinee and has this review. Performances continue until October 12, 2002. Go to full article