THE SYRACUSE FUNNY BONE COMEDY CLUB AND RESTAURANT BRINGS YOU Nephew Tommy!
Posted on 05/14/13
SYRACUSE FUNNY BONE COMEDY CLUB AND RESTAURANT BRINGS YOU Nephew Tommy!
Five shows sure to make you laugh til you cry!
Friday 5/24 @ 6:45pm and 9:00pm, Saturday 5/25 @ 6:45 & 9:00
and Sunday 5/26 @ 4:30
As an actor, comedian, producer and entrepreneur, Thomas "Nephew Tommy" Miles has built a career that encompasses radio, television, film and more.
Thomas’ role as co-host of the nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show puts him in front of a live radio audience of more than 7 million listeners daily. The best of that morning’s show is also featured each weeknight on Centric TV (BET 2), forming a powerful combination that reaches a massive audience.
Whether on the stage, big screen, television or radio, Thomas continues to demonstrate his remarkable
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Posted on 04/23/13
Five shows sure to make you laugh til you cry!
Friday 5/3 @ 7:30 and 9:45, Saturday 5/4 @ 6:45 and 9:00 and Sunday 5/5 @ 7:30pm
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Syracuse, New York,– Marking its ninth year of... More Posted on 07/05/12
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Media Unit... More Posted on 08/01/10
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505 Hawley Avenue, Syracuse, New York
HOURS: W, Th, F 2-7pm & Sat. 12-4pm
ArtRageous art for peace &... More Posted on 03/12/10
March 12th, 7:00 p.m.(in Spanish) and March 13th, 2:00 p.m.(in English): Play and Discussion: “Mujeres de Arena: Testimony of Women from Ciudad Juárez,” written by Humberto Robles (Location: PRPAC... More Posted on 02/18/10
A Trapeze-Flying Alice. The Queen of Hearts On Stilts.
A Circus-Like Twist On A Classic Tale
By David Catlin
Based on Alice's Adventures In Wonderland
and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis... More Posted on 02/18/10
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Community Folk Art Center, 805 East... More Posted on 02/01/10
MOST, Museum of Science & Technology, 500 S. Franklin St., Syracuse, NY
The Bristol IMAX® Omnitheater at the MOST: Currently playing on the giant dome screen:
WILD OCEAN explores the... More Posted on 01/06/10
Gospel music comes to Red House when The Bells of Harmony make their long awaited return as part of the Red House Regulars series.
The Bells of Harmony is one of the most recognized and... More Posted on 12/04/09
The Showcase will take place on Friday,December 4th at 6:00pm at
The Black Box Theater
805 East Genesee Street
Please RSVP to
or e-mail email@example.com
... More Posted on 10/28/09
The Award-winning CJack Run Presents... will feature a special mix of the King of Pop's greatest hits on the show tonight - which airs @ 9:30 p.m. on Time-Warner Ch. 98!
Also check out -... More Posted on 10/27/09
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Celebrate a Weekend of Empowerment and Entertainment -
November 14 - 15, 2009
with the HBV 2009 Gospel Award winning Best Stageplay
"A PIECE OF ME"
written and produced by Jermaine... More Posted on 10/06/09
The Media Unit
WITH A WORK ETHIC AND TOTAL POSITIVE ATTITUDE
CALL 478-8648 TODAY
... More Posted on 10/06/09
Forum on Music and Sound in Film to be held with Syracuse International Film & Digital Equipment Expo
Syracuse will host a four-day Forum on Music and Sound in Film Oct. 14–17 in conjunction with... More Posted on 10/06/09
A project of the Discovery Center of Science & Technology
IMAX FILMS at the MOST’s Bristol IMAX Omnitheater
Continuing: Amazon, Mystery of the Nile and The Living Sea
Opening: Beavers and The... More Posted on 10/06/09
Jay-Z provided “O “ The Oprah Magazine with the six books that "absolutely made a difference" in his life.
Check out his list below:
1. The Seat of the Soul
By Gary Zukav
There are two... More Posted on 10/06/09
Community Folk Art Center
Syracuse, NY – At the end of September, the Community Folk Art Center hosted several well-attended events to mark the beginning of their new exhibit, Power and Pride: An... More Posted on 10/06/09
Want to make a difference in a child's life? Share your talent.
Community Folk Art Center invites all teaching artists to share their knowledge and expertise as part of the Say... More Posted on 07/27/09
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Instructor: José Miguel Hernández
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Location: Dance Studio
Drop-In: $10 per session
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Director: M.K. Asante Jr.
Narrator: Maya Angelou
Date: December 18, 2008
RunTime: 71 min .
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Book by John Michael Tebelak
Lyrics & Music by Stephen Schwartz
Directed by Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj
Musical Director/Composer: Charles Creath
Choreographer: Anthony Salatino
ARCHBOLD THEATRE... More Posted on 08/18/08
Syracuse Stage Commits to Complete August Wilson’s Ten-Play Chronicle Of African American Life in the 20th Century
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By Jordan Allen-Dutton (Rodan)
Jason Catalano (Gruff)
Gregory J. Qaiyum (GQ)
Erik Weiner (Red Dragon)
Music by Jeffrey Qaiyum (JAQ)
Directed by Andy Goldberg
ARCHBOLD THEATRE at SYRACUSE... More Posted on 02/22/08
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Panel members include distinguished experts from Syracuse University, Le Moyne College, and area organizations.
"Doubt can be a bond as powerful and sustaining as... More Posted on 02/13/08
In honor of Black History month, AM&E is proud to present two exciting Blacksploitation movies during one fun-filled Friday night on Feb 22nd.
First up at 8:30pm, the campy horror thriller Dr... More Posted on 02/13/08
Event: Hip Hop Colony Film Screening
Date: Friday, February 15, 2008
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Venue: Community Folk Art Center
Address: 805 East Genesee Street
Contact: 315. 442.2230
URL:... More Posted on 09/23/07
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HARAMBEE YOUTH TENT SCHEDULE
10:00am-6:00pm - Youth Tent / Arts & Crafts
12:00-6:00pm - Drum Circle
10:00am-8:00pm - Youth Tent / Arts & Crafts
10:00am-8:00pm -... More Posted on 06/11/07
Exhibition to Open at Everson Museum of Art June 16, 2007
[photo caption] Yorùbá, ca. 20th century. Gelede mask with suku braid or basket weave hairdo. Wood, 7 ½ x 10 in. Accession No. COP2002.183... More Posted on 06/11/07
ARMORY SQUARE PLAYHOUSE PROUDLY PRESENTS . . . . .
AT REDHOUSE, THE WORLD PREMIERE OF "LOWDOWN LIES"
A NEW PLAY BY JEFF KRAMER, RUNNING JUNE 15 - 17 AND 22 - 24
Hello, this is Jeff... More Posted on 06/11/07
ONONDAGA DANCE INSTITUTE
"Creatively Progressive and Culturally Significant"
2007 Annual Student Performance
Saturday, June 23 @ 8:00 PM
Sunday, June 24 @ 5:00 PM
at the Carrier Theater... More Posted on 04/09/07
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