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Rooftop Newsletter: Behind the Curtain

by Tom Marullo “Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!” It’s an iconic line from the Wizard of Oz, when Dorothy and her companions discover the true identity of the Wizard and get a glimpse…
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Barre-Boulet's Score Started the Rain

Saturday evening with just 3:47 remaining in the first period, Alex Barre-Boulet scored for the Syracuse Crunch, sending thousands of Teddy Bears flying on to the OnCenter War Memorial arena's ice.…
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Stephanie Has No Time to Wait - A Message from Meals on Wheels America

Every day, Stephanie gazes out her window. Outside, neighbors chat, children play and cars shuttle families to and fro – life unfolding just beyond her reach. Confined to a wheelchair and unable to …
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Bears in the Air

Syracuse NY, 12/3/2018 The Syracuse Crunch and Stanley Steemer of Syracuse host the 8'th annual Tired Teddy Bear Toss this Saturday, December 8'th, at the Crunch's contest with the Rochester Am…
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Rooftop Newsletter: Every Thursday

Last Thursday would normally have been the day for our blog post to appear in this space but we knew folks would not be sitting in their offices checking their emails. Last Thursday was, as we all kn…
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Get Into the Teddy Bear Act

For the 8'th consecutive year, thousands of Teddy Bears will fly when the Syracuse Crunch Hockey Club scores their first goal at The Annual Stanley Steemer Tired Teddy Bear Toss. This event, arguab…
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The Most Fun You Can Have at a Hockey Game

  Can YOUR teddy bear fly? Give it a chance, and you'll help make a local child's Christmas just a little happier! All it takes is a little Syracuse Crunch! Stanley Steemer, in cooperation with …
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6th Annual Craft New York Brewers Festival

The unique and beloved event brings together over 60 New York State Breweries from every region of the state featuring 130 hard to find and award winning beers.Festival Details:4:00-8:00pm (VIP admis…
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Rooftop Newsletter: The Power of One

We’ve been fighting senior hunger as an organization for many years. And I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to be involved for about ten of those years. Unfortunately, as I look back, many of tho…
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Can Ruben Count on You?

Ruben once served bravely for our country, surrounded by his brothers and sisters in arms. Now, at 101 years old, he is homebound, living alone – his only company the fading memories of his fellow …
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Upstate’s Psychiatry High Risk Program adds insurers and staff to meet demand

Reviewing patient data over a three-month period, shows therapy is working as hospitalizations, self-harming incidents, depression, and drug use have declined, while days of employment increased.
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Upstate to host national event aimed at getting Native-American students to pursue medical education

Of the 19,254 medical students who graduated from programs across the country last year, only 30 identified as Native American.
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Upstate student is one of 29 nationwide to win honor from the American Society of Hematology

Christina Marcelus, a third-year medical student, has been selected as one of only of 29 students in the nation to participate in the American Society of Hematology’s (ASH) 2018 Minority Medical Stud…
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Upstate researcher is awarded $1.5 million NIH grant to develop novel approach to preventing, treating sepsis

The WHO estimates that sepsis affects more than 30 million people a year around the world, and kills more than 250,000 people in the United States annually.
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Rooftops Newsletter: More of a Good Thing

From time to time in the past, we used this space to report on the progress of the first nine congregate nutrition programs (CNPs) in Georgia that participated in NFESH’s What A Waste program. The re…
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