pizza

November 19, 2015 - 5:10pm
Max Hellerstein and Cyrus Summerlin, who created the app Push for Pizza in 2013, stopped at Syracuse University on an 80 college tour to promote the application and encourage students to download it and incorporate it into their lives.

High school friends Cyrus Summerlin and Max Hellerstein have always loved pizza.

Both just 20-years-old, the two combined different slices of experiences over a year and a half to create the iPhone App, Push for Pizza - whose slogan is "the simplest way to order pizza from your favorite pizzeria."

The name gives it away. A user decides what topping they want on their pizza, the image of the topping pops up on the screen, the credit card information is synced, and the pizza is on the way.

August 31, 2014 - 5:54pm
After more than half a century on the Hill, Cosmos Pizza and Grill is shutting its doors. As one of the oldest restaurants on Marshall Street, Cosmos leaves a deep impression on the Syracuse University community.

After more than half a century on the Hill, Cosmos Pizza and Grill is shutting its doors.

As one of the oldest restaurants on Marshall Street, Cosmos leaves a deep impression on the Syracuse University community, including students, alumni and neighboring business owners. The restaurant was especially popular for its breakfast menu, but offered a variety of foods such as pizza, sandwiches and spaghetti.

April 21, 2011 - 3:39pm
For an unexpected twist on an American staple, local pizzerias offer a "Syracuse-style" pie.

Open up the piping hot box just delivered to your house and you may find a pizza cut into strips and squares instead of wedges.

The presentation may not be what most expect, but that is what makes it Syracuse's signature slice.

Following is an interview with with Dan Ross, owner of Twin Trees Too in Syracuse, and the Rochester Pizza Guy.

March 9, 2010 - 10:26pm
First impressions of Florence leave Popolo clinging to her pocket dictionary.

It sounded easy enough, I thought, as I dug my toes into the silky sand. The surf instructor smoothly demonstrated how to mount the surfboard. “Just let it happen,” he said. “When you get out there, you’ll know what to do.” I dove into the warm Hawaiian water and saw a perfect wave approaching. It wasn't until I was swimming after my surfboard that I realized I had no idea what I was doing. When I got to Florence, I felt the same way.

October 12, 2009 - 4:25pm
When the bars on Marshall Street close down for the night, Augie's Pizza fills up.

It’s Thursday night on Marshall Street, about 1:45 a.m. Last call. And when the beer stops flowing, that drunken hunger starts growing.