Part two of Ridlon exhibition opens at Cazenovia Public Library

The Cazenovia Public Library would like to thank the Cazenovia community for its generous support of the Jim Ridlon fundraising exhibition, which opened at the Library on December 1 and runs through the end of February. The show has been so successful Ridlon will be supplementing a variety of small assemblages and other paintings to […]

The Paul Case Band Returns to the Kallet Civic Center

The Paul Case band returns to the Kallet Civic Center Saturday, Jan. 6, and the Kallet will be rockin’.

Join us for a fun night out of great music, drawing on a wealth of material from Sheryl Crow, Gregg Allman, Fleetwood Mac, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals and Bonnie Raitt to a selection […]

Arts at the Palace Presents: Jazz at Noon

Listen, lounge and lunch with Arts at the Palace at noon Saturday, Jan. 13, as Jazz at Noon welcomes the New Year!

The arrival of 2018 is cause for celebration, and we hope that you’ll come celebrate with us in the cozy, relaxed atmosphere of The Palace Underground – a true Hamilton hot-spot, and birthplace […]

‘Boeing Boeing’ opens Jan. 12

CNY Playhouse announces our January production, Boeing Boeing. The show runs for 10 performances, Jan. 12-27. (Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m.). Tickets are: $20 Fridays and Saturdays, $17 Thursdays and Sundays. Groups of more than 10 should inquire about special pricing at This 1960s French farce adapted […]

Artist Bob Ripley explores human interaction with nature at upcoming exhibit

by Karen Jean Smith

Human interaction with nature is a subject that Bob Ripley finds fascinating, and his current exhibit at Baltimore Woods Nature Center reflects this interest. From Jan. 5 through Feb. 24, “Bob Ripley: Nature and Human Nature” will be on display in the art gallery of the John A. Weeks Interpretive Center […]

Central New York Playhouse announces 2018 season lineup

The 2018 Stage Season at The Central New York Playhouse has been announced! We are excited to present 12 shows ranging from farces to dramas to musicals.

Jan. 12-27, 2018 Boeing Boeing Feb. 9-17, 2018 Flowers for Algernon March 9-24, 2018 A Few Good Men April 13-28, 2018 Chess May 11-19, 2018 Hamlet June 8-23, […]

Grace Garver performs in Wheaton College Symphony Orchestra concert

Wheaton College student Grace Garver of Manlius performed in “Honours and Homage,” the fall 2017 Symphony Orchestra concert. Garver played horn.

The Wheaton College Conservatory of Music provides students with comprehensive instruction that cultivates creativity, proficiency, and achievement in a Christ-centered environment. For more information, please visit


Audition Notice: Chess & Into the Woods

The Central New York Playhouse will hold auditions for our April production of Chess (most roles open) and our June production of Into the Woods (all roles open). Please see our website for specific audition requirements. “Chess” runs for 10 performances, April 13-28. “Into the Woods” runs for 10 performances, June 8-23. Auditions will be […]

Nelson Odeon announces next show: The Accidentals Jan. 19

With their extraordinary Sony Masterworks debut album, Odyssey, The Accidentals affirm their place among contemporary music’s most original and adventurous new bands. Multi-instrumentalists Sav Buist and Katie Larson – joined on stage and in the studio by drummer Michael Dause – have crafted a genre all their own, fueled by their uniquely limitless approach to […]

Kallet continues Winter Warm-up Concert Series Friday, Dec. 15, with Stroke

The Kallet Civic Center

This award-winning band featuring Hall Of Fame artist Isreal Hagan was formed in 1982. The band currently features the talents of Hagan on bass and vocals, Buke Babikian on Drums, John Kelsey on guitar and Bill Barry on keyboards and vocals. Over the group’s 30-plus years, it has shared the […]

Experience the Joy of the Season

The Arc Annual Holiday Concert

The Arc of Madison Cortland’s SunShine Choir, Wind Dancers, and Mighty Fortress will perform their Annual Holiday Concert at St. Paul’s Methodist Church on Sayles St., Oneida on Tuesday, December 12th at 7 pm.

Music is a universal language, an outlet for creativity, a […]

ICYMI: Front Country to perform Dec. 9 at the Nelson Odeon

An acoustic band born in the land of tech innovation, Front Country was never going to be accepted as an authentic American roots band out of the gate.

Cutting their teeth in progressive bluegrass jams in San Francisco’s Mission District and rehearsing in the East Bay, they learned to play roots music their own way, […]