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Beach Boys’ “SMiLE” finally sees the light of day

Brandt Ranj, Staff Writer

November 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Leisure

After spending 45 years in decaying boxes in the homes of former Beach Boys and on the shelves of five record companies, the music of the Beach Boys’ seminal “SMiLE” album is finally being released. The album, originally...

“Rhinoceros” nominated for ACTF awards

James Barcomb, Arts & Leisure Editor

November 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Leisure

Boot and Buskin’s recent production of “Rhinoceros” has been nominated for several awards by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. Senior English major Jake Ellison, senior communications major Lauren...

The Human Condition: A Walking Gallery

Mariah Senecal, Staff Writer

November 3, 2011

Filed under Arts & Leisure

I am a collector. Not in the traditional manifestation, hoarding bits and bobs until my house is cluttered and the day that I die they find newspapers and old magazines obstructing the windows. I am an art collector, and a non-traditional...

“Bat Boy” scares it up at the Red House

James Barcomb, Arts & Leisure Editor

November 3, 2011

Filed under Arts & Leisure

This weekend at the Red House Arts Center, located on South West Street in Syracuse, “Bat Boy: The Musical” continues its run of shows. The show, a comedic horror musical based on a National Enquirer-type headline, centers...

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