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Governor Cuomo Announces Large-Scale Outdoor Venue Capacity Increase with New Fully Vaccinated Fan Sections Starting May 19


Large-Scale Outdoor Events Will Only Be Limited by Space Available for Patrons or Parties of Patrons to Maintain Required Social Distance Fully Vaccinated Attendees at Large-Scale Outdoor Events May Be Seated at Full Capacity in Assigned Sections Designated Solely for Fully Vaccinated Individuals New York State Department of Health Will Partner with Yankees and Mets More »


Syracuse Stage’s ‘Poetry & Play’ moves online with nationally acclaimed poets


A screenshot from the first “Poetry & Play” reading, “White Egrets, no. 6 (‘For August Wilson’), by Derek Walcott, read by Keith Randolph Smith. Syracuse, NY – Nationally recognized poets Joshua Bennett, Rachel Hadas, Linda Gregerson, David Yezzi and Charles Martin bring their poetry to Central New York via the new online series from Syracuse More »


Exclusive Reading from Rita Dove, Pulitzer Prize winner and former U.S. Poet Laureate

Rita Dove, Pulitzer Prize winner and former U.S. Poet Laureate All month long, Syracuse Stage has celebrated National Poetry Month with weekly videos of nationally recognized poets reading selections from their dramatic texts written for the stage. We thought you might be interested in our final installment with an exclusive reading from Rita Dove, Pulitzer More »




Governor Cuomo Announces the 2021 Reimagined New York State Fair


Reimagined State Fair Will Be a Weeks-Long Event Featuring New York’s Best Food and Drink, Rides and Games, National Performers and Live Entertainment, and Agriculture Education and Awareness in Four Different, Concurrent Festivals Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the 2021 Reimagined New York State Fair, a special end-of-summer celebration at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse from August More »



Governor Cuomo Announces Performing Arts and Entertainment Venues can Reopen at 33 Percent Capacity Beginning April 2nd

Venues Will Be Able to Host Up to 100 People Indoors or Up to 200 People Outdoors; With Testing or Immunization, Up to 150 People Indoors or Up to 500 People Outdoors Social Distancing, Face Coverings and Strict Health Protocols Required Excelsior Pass Now Available for New Yorkers to Show Proof of Vaccination or Recent Negative COVID-19 Test to Attend Venues; Interested New Yorkers Can Use More »



Deadlocked & Loaded Artists Talk! ArtRage Gallery, Community Folk Art Center and Point of Contact Gallery, “Deadlocked and Loaded: Disarming America”

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 – 7 – 8:30pm Join us on Zoom for a meet & greet and Q&A with the curator Karen M. Gutfreund and many of the exhibiting artists. Reserve Your Free Ticket Here. Currently on view at  is a visual art exhibition in which 36 women artists use their artistic voices to More »