With all the new bling out there, TV has truly turned into even shorter-attention-span theater. And not just for the viewers.
Pirates might be even more scary without that eye patch.
Tinsletown in Syracuse
The Redhouse offers a revisionist history lesson in the rowdy musical Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson
A man with a turntable spins old-school musical memories in Theatre First's "Drowsy Chaperone."
Syracuse Opera begins its season with an intimate version of The Tragedy of Carmen
Local punkers Born Again Savages celebrate 20 years of musically melting earwax
Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin bring their friendship and their music to Syracuse
Somebody's going to beat the pair of kings
It's cheap and easy
TV with a plan is way better TV.
The allure of drama and action in deep space.
Although they hail from the Great White North, The Jimmyriggers have got a Southern sound.
I can hear the smile on the other end of the telephone line when Bill Evans picks up the phone.
Guitarist Coco Montoya talks about his unlikely way to the top