On Tuesday, January 20, Dave and I joined some six or seven hundred of our Syracuse neighbors at the Palace Theatre to witness the inauguration of President Barack Obama. For those of you who couldn’t be there, I’m sorry you missed it. I hope you were with others who were as moved by the whole thing as that packed theater was.
Continue reading We have a place to celebrate
Due to popular demand, WRVO has announced an additional taping of “Says You!” in Syracuse, Sunday, May 18th at 1:00 p.m. at the Palace Theatre. Go to the WRVO website to purchase tickets. Continue reading More “Says You!” at the Palace!
Eastwood has the poignant distinction of being the site of the last concert performed by a most beloved singer, Robert Goulet, who died this past Tuesday of pulmonary fibrosis. You may remember that he gave a concert, “The Man and His Music,” at the Palace Theatre on September 20. Continue reading Robert Goulet’s last concert: at the Palace Theatre
I’m biased about this group, I have to admit. Dave and I love Latin rhythms, we love to dance, and Grupo Pagán plays some of the hottest, most “danceable” music you’ll hear in Syracuse. They play most frequently at the Dinosaur these days, but you can catch them at many festivals and some other venues throughout . . . → Read More: Grupo Pagán CD Release Party at the Palace
What do you remember or know about Eastwood that makes this place unique among all other neighborhoods in the world? Please use the comment function to add your thoughts to those you see here, sent from Karen who moved to Florida and writes to us in the Walkable Eastwood email group.
You haven’t lived in Eastwood . . . → Read More: You haven’t lived in Eastwood if you ….
Wednesday May 2, 2007 at 8:00pm
at The Palace Theatre in Syracuse
Tickets go on sale today – Monday March 19 at 9:00am.
GENERAL ADMISSION PRICES: $25 per ticket for the main level or $20 per ticket for balcony seating.
To purchase tickets by phone, call WRVO at 1-800-341-3690 or you may purchase tickets online. Call today as seating is . . . → Read More: “A Conversation With Diane Rehm”