Entertainment

3:03pm

Wed July 9, 2014
Entertainment

Onondaga County to unveil plans for amphitheater in Solvay

Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney says the public will be surprised by how far the project has come so far.
Ellen Abbott WRVO

Just about six months ago, Gov. Andrew Cuomo came to central New York to announce that the state would chip in $30 million for a multi-million dollar plan to revitalize the western lakeshore of Onondaga Lake, including the village of Solvay. Today, Onondaga County is ready to share with the public detailed plans about what this development entails.

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6:23am

Fri June 6, 2014
Entertainment

Syracuse's Meachem Ice Rink gets a new ice mat, will reopen

Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner is joined by Sen. Dave Valesky and Assemblyman Bill Magnarelli to make the Meachem Ice Rink announcement.
Ellen Abbott WRVO

There will be skating at the Meachem Ice Rink in Syracuse’s Valley neighborhood starting in October.

The rink closed earlier this year after a series of mechanical problems made it impossible to make ice. State Sen. Dave Valesky and Assemblyman Bill Magnarelli combined forces to get more than $450,000 from the state’s capital budget to pay for installation of an ice mat.

Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner says it is the latest innovation in the ice rink world.

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5:06pm

Fri March 21, 2014
Entertainment

What is the Sounds the CNY?

Three interns explain the objectives and the process of the Sounds of Central New York project as they finish the first chapter.

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11:15am

Thu February 6, 2014
Public Radio Presents

Innovation Hub: The Beatles

Lorena Ortega Flickr

On February 9, 1964, The Beatles took America by storm, making their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan show. Fifty years later, we examine why the group was so innovative. Beyond reshaping music, they changed business, art, Hollywood, fashion, and culture.

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7:57am

Thu August 29, 2013
Entertainment

Musician Jay Nash discusses "Rock for the River" concert

Jay Nash in studio with WRVO's Catherine Loper.
Leah Landry/WRVO

In 2004, a musician with roots in central and northern New York came up with an idea for a fundraiser to help preserve the St. Lawrence River. Every Fourth of July weekend since then, singer-songwriter Jay Nash has led a group of musicians in the "Rock for the River" concert in Clayton, which benefits the non-profit group "Save the River." The events have been so popular, this year they've added another concert on Labor Day weekend. WRVO's Catherine Loper recently spoke with Nash about how his passions for the river and music intersect.

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1:07pm

Fri May 3, 2013
Entertainment

Children on Chief's Baseball

6:40am

Wed May 1, 2013
Entertainment

Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me! comes to a theater near you

©2004 NPR Photo by Tony Nagelmann

If you listen to Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me! on WRVO each Saturday morning, you probably know that tomorrow night… Peter Sagal, Carl Kasell and the rest of the Wait, Wait... crew will beam their show live to movie theaters across the country. It’s the first time the show has been broadcast live across the country. WRVO’s Mark Lavonier had the chance to talk to Peter Sagal and asked him how the live show came about.

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12:39pm

Fri April 26, 2013
Entertainment

Growing Up with The Chiefs

12:23pm

Fri April 19, 2013
Entertainment

Oswego Farmer's Market

12:09pm

Fri April 12, 2013
Entertainment

Sound Garden

3:28pm

Fri April 20, 2012
Entertainment

Michel Martin on the Campbell Conversations

Michel Martin; host of Tell Me More
NPRStations.org

Michel Martin is host of NPR's Tell Me More program, which is celebrating its fifth anniversary on the air.  In this conversation, she tells how the show has evolved in its approach toward race, ethnicity, and diversity; what areas she'd like to see the show expand into in the future; the difference that radio can make in reporting a story and talking with people; and how the experience of doing the show has affected her.