Theatre Du Jour Brings More Interactive Local Theater to the Table in 2017

Theatre Du Jour is serving up another ambitious and colorful season for their third year touring in Central New York. “There’s absolutely something for everyone”, an enthusiastic Tammy Wilkinson, TDJ founder, exclaims. “A romantic comedy, a couple of interactive murder mysteries, an original work by a local playwright, a well known Hollywood blockbuster and a sassy holiday...
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Winter Steelheading In Upstate New York

By Frank Geremski The Angler Magazine of Upstate NY publisher Winter steelhead fishing can be chilling, but once you hook into a 10-pound, lightning-fast bolt of silver, your blood will be boiling. The speed and explosion are what lures steelheaders to expose themselves to harsh Great Lakes winters. And there’s more. On Upstate New York’s Salmon River, there are plenty of beautiful, large,...
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Oswego County’s Search and Rescue Team the Subject of New Book

Oswego, N.Y. – The river’s end bookstore will be hosting the debut of a new local history book, Pioneers: The Story of Oswego County’s Search and Rescue Team. To help launch the book, the store is welcoming former and current members of the team and the book’s author, Jim Farfaglia, who describes the group as “one of Central New York’s best-kept secrets.” “I’ve lived in Oswego...
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Victorian Christmas Open House at the Richardson-Bates House Museum on December 4

 OSWEGO — The Oswego County Historical Society will host the annual Victorian Christmas Open House on Sunday, December 4 from 1 pm to 5 pm at the Richardson-Bates House Museum at 135 E. Third St. in Oswego. The event is free and open to the public.      “The historic Richardson-Bates House Museum will be fully decorated in the Victorian style,” said Justin White,...
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Oswego Players Stages “Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus”

In 1897, Dr. Philip O’Hanlon, a coroner’s assistant on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, was asked by his then eight-year-old daughter, Virginia O’Hanlon (1889–1971), whether Santa Claus really existed. O’Hanlon suggested she write to The Sun, a prominent New York City newspaper at the time, assuring her that “If you see it in The Sun, it’s so.” In so...
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TDJ Brings Santaland to the Port City Dec 9th

Need a little jeer with your holiday cheer? The Santaland Diaries come to the Port City! “A sardonic, merrily subversive tale – just the antidote to bright-eyed joy before too many shopping days have passed. Worth more than a photo album full of Santas!” – NY Newsday You might not expect “Santa’s helper” to be a career-altering gig, but for David Sedaris, it changed...
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