Arts & Culture

Arts and culture

 Late Friday afternoon, Jimmy Cavallo will walk down the jetway at Hancock International, make sure he's got his sax and satchel, and locate his ground transportation.

After three decades of dust, gusts and deluges at the New York State Fair Grandstand, from having my belly pushing up against the front rail for the Southern Spirit Tour to resting my back two rows from the top for Kid Rock, I sat smack dab in the middle of a green patch of grass next to my dear wife Karen Thursday night on chairs from bags I brought slung over my shoulders.

It's about time Kim Lembo is getting back to putting so much of her soul into her music.

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  Most Central New Yorkers, including those who frequent downtown Syracuse, might not know there’s a 12-foot tall piece of history behind the Museum of Science and Technology…even if the intention was for it to be seen…

Much may be accomplished at Kellish Hill Music Farm's new amphitheater in Manlius on Aug. 15. 

Irv Lyons Jr. has nurtured the fest so close to his heart through its many stages, and he's sure the best is yet to come.

Pondering the M&T Syracuse Jazz Fest on the Monday after ...

At 5 p.m. Friday, the first notes of the 33rd edition of the M&T Syracuse Jazz Fest will depart from the instruments from the students that make up the city of Syracuse's Park & Rec All-Star Band and roll out over the campus of Onondaga Community College.

Come 9 o'clock Friday night, expect Clinton Square to be rocking.