Food Bank of Central New York

September 13, 2015 - 11:59pm
Businesses from all over Syracuse styled and decorated windows at the iconic Landmark Theatre, creating stylish fantasies featuring live models.

The windows lining the corner of Clinton and Jefferson Streets have been transformed from vacant spaces into interactive showcases with live models and decorations, ranging from finger-condoms to cotton-ball clouds, as part of the Third Annual Landmark Theatre Window Project. The event, held Thursday, Sept.

March 24, 2014 - 10:24am
The advocacy organization used an interactive workshop to inform students about the pervasiveness of hunger, especially in the Syracuse area.

If asked, most people would not be able to identify where Syracuse University's NYPIRG office is. But students involved with the New York Public Interest Research Group have been championing community awareness on a variety of topics and have brought attention to a major issue in the city's neighborhoods.

May 10, 2010 - 9:13pm
At the Assumption Church Food Pantry, anyone can show up and get a free meal — all they have to do is ask.

The Assumption Church Food Pantry, currently located at 808 N. Salina St., has long been a place where anyone can come to receive food through the sandwich program. Started in the late 1800s, the sandwich program was originally run by sisters of St. Francis, but is currently operated by the brothers and friars of St. Francis.