September 28, 2017 - 10:41am
Six Syracuse Elementary students published their second book this year as part of a program designed to help them master English as a new language.

A four-year-old girl draws the final feather on her hand-drawn chicken and with a toothy smile holds up the final project to show Syracuse artist, Juan Cruz.

He kneels down to her eye level.

June 26, 2014 - 12:11pm
Scotty Fura and his family are determined to move forward after a tragic accident to the Camillus boy.

Jennifer Fura remembers it being quiet — as if life was on autopilot — for a long time.

“Whatever they needed they got; try to sleep when you could. I don’t remember a lot of it,” she said. “I kind of felt like a zombie for awhile.”

One day all of that changed, when her son, Scotty, walked into the kitchen, smiled at her, and said, “Hi, mom.”

“And that’s when it hit me: I’m like, if this kid is smiling, every day, after what he’s been through: why aren’t I?” she said.

October 5, 2010 - 11:26am
Tucker Max talks about his new book, how girls come to him now and his final sexual frontier.

An hour before Tucker Max is scheduled to appear at Follett's Orange Bookstore at 2 p.m. on Sunday, a few eager young men have already lined up to meet him. They all hold Assholes Finish First, Max's second book, which was released Sept. 28.