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Farone and Son Funeral Home

Farone and Son Funeral Home
1500 Park Street
Syracuse, NY 13208
Phone: (315) 422-1911
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Former Memphian Judy Freudberg helped shape kids' TV and films

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
New York. She did; I came home." At White Station, Freudberg was active in theater, acting in plays with fellow student Kathy Bates. She earned a bachelor's degree in speech and dramatic arts at Syracuse University, and began working at the Children's Television Workshop -- the home base for "Sesame Street" -- in 1971, first as a "go-fer" and then as a production assistant and writer. Freudberg often worked with a writing partner, Tony Geiss, who had written for Dick Cavett and Bill Cosby. The duo co-scripted Freudberg's first feature film, 1985's "Sesame Street Presents: Follow That Bird," a G-rated starring vehicle for Big Bird. "Writing for children is in a lot of ways harder than writing for adults," Freudberg once told The Commercial Appeal. "You have to say things so clearly, and be funny -- and not be preachy and heavy." Freudberg was diagnosed with cancer about 13 months before her death. A New York memorial service likely will be held later this year. She leaves two sisters, Jean Ballin of Memphis and Joan Leibovitz of New York, and a brother, Lee Freudberg of Charlottesville, Va. -- John Beifuss: (901) 529-2394 ... (The Commercial Appeal)

Dick Clark Could Rock, but He Started Out Country - Billboard

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Now go get the music rockin' in heaven." Starting his radio career after graduating high school in 1947, one of the first jobs Clark had was at WOLF while attending Syracuse. Though he would later become internationally known as the host of "American Bandstand," his first job in television was hosting "Cactus Dick and the Santa Fe Riders," a country music show broadcast on WKTV in Utica. Though he would interview and host just about every major pop act of the time on "Bandstand," Clark always kept an eye out at what was going on with country music. Whenever an artist had a breakout success in the genre, a "Bandstand" invitation was issued. Jim Reeves guested on the show during the chart run of "He'll Have To Go" in 1960, as did Crystal Gayle during her peak crossover years of the late 1970s. Even into the 1980s, country acts were sprinkled into the show, as Sawyer Brown made an appearance on the show in 1985. There was also a country tie to some of the famous "Bandstand" dancers. One of the originals, Philadelp...

In This Case, It's Fun To Hit 30 - Hartford Courant

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
She was 1-of-6 from the field, 5-of-5 from the free-throw line. Great Future The more you listen to Auriemma talk about Breanna Stewart, the high school player of the year from Cicero-North Syracuse [N.Y.], the more you understand why he has so much confidence about the future of his program once she arrives next season with 6-2 forward Morgan Tuck and 5-7 guard Moriah Jefferson. "It's unfair to have her play against those high school kids," Auriemma said. "There isn't a college team in America she wouldn't be starting for. "God bless her, I hope she keeps getting better. I don't think there's ever been anybody like that in high school, that I have seen. I mean, a 6-4 kid who can do all of that and make three-pointers and pass like she does?" After scoring 42 points with 23 rebounds Friday in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association AA championship semifinals, she had 13 points, 13 rebounds and 13 blocked shots in a 62-48 win over Penfield in the championship game. Doty Time Much has been made of the recent offensive struggles of Bria Hartley, Kelly Faris and Tiffany Hayes, but there is no Husky struggling more offensively now than junior Caroline Doty. Doty has been held scoreless in three straight games, 4 of 6 and 6 of the past 9 games. She has just five field goals since playing 35 minutes at Louisville on Feb. 7 and is shooting just 4 of 22 from three-point range. … There was a report last week in a Massachusetts newspaper that both UConn associate head coach Chris Dailey and Hartford coach Jen Rizzotti would be on Providence's list to replace Phil Seymore. Dailey said Sunday she is not interested in the job. Home Away From Home Kansas State women's basketball coach Deb Patterson seems resigned to the fact that the Wildcats are perennial 8-9 seeds and have been sent to Connecticut three times in the past four tournaments. "The facts are, we are always in UConn's bracket," she said. "What's exciting to me is we finally put ourselves in position to have the opportunity to advance. We are in Connecticut and playing Connecticut." ...

Bozich: Rick Pitino rewriting his destiny - USA TODAY

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Not after the Cardinals scored 17 points in the first half and Pitino canceled the Senior Night post-game ceremony against South Florida. Not after the Cards got rolled by Syracuse in their final regular-season game. The Cards were 22-9. They were sitting on a seven seed in the Big East tournament. That means they were projected to be sent home after two games. They had failed to score 60 points eight times this season — a first in Pitino's 26 seasons of college coaching. Critics started chirping Pitino would be 60 in September. He'd seen one Final Four in 10 seasons at Louisville. The gap from the national title he won at Kentucky was about to become 16 years. It became fashionable to quote his salary. Pitino cleared the Carrier Dome locker room of everybody but the active players. One by one, his assistants, training staff and injured players made solemn exits into a narrow hallway while Pitino talked to the guys he expected to resurrect this season. "Coach pretty much put fire under us by telling us, 'Your legacy will either be getting knocked out in the first round in each tournament or you can have great success and be remembered,'" said senior Chris Smith. Smith said Pitino walked from player to player, pointing his right index finger at each guy who had been knocked out of the NCAA tournament in the first round the last two seasons. "He pretty much told us the ball was in our court, and that everybody was healthy so we had no excuses," Smith said. No excuses have been necessary. The Cards have won eight in a row for the first time since December. They have won four NCAA tournament games, one more than Louisville had won the last three seasons. Now comes Kentucky, the best team in America since December. It's not a misprint or miscalculation that the Wildcats are favored by 8 ½ points. It's an honest reflection of the gap in talent between the teams. Remove the jerseys off both squads. Pick your teams playground style. You'd take five of Calipari's guys before you'd take three of Pitino's. None of the national basketball experts are picking Louisville. But none expected Pitino to be in a href="http://content.usatoday.com/topics/topic/Places,...

William J. Murphy, funeral director, volunteer

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
A lifelong resident of North Buffalo, he attended Mount St. Joseph School, Bennett High School and the University of Buffalo. After graduating from the Simmons School of Mortuary Science in Syracuse, he went to work with his father, Earl J., who had founded the Murphy Funeral Home on Hertel Avenue in the late 1920s. He became owner after his father died in 1976 and operated it until 2004, when he sold it and retired. A regular runner in Delaware Park, he completed four marathons, including the Skylon Marathon and the Cleveland Marathon. He created and designed the yearly T-... (The Buffalo News)

Could Kansas State's Martin top USC's list as Horn's replacement? - Greenville News

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Topeka Capital-Journal last week when Kansas State’s athletic director suspended Jamar Samuels minutes before the Wildcats’ game against Syracuse: (Page 3 of 3) “Malone, reached Saturday by phone, acknowledged sending money to Samuels before the NCAA Tournament,” the Capital-Journal story reported, “but maintained the financial assistance didn’t constitute an impermissible benefit because of his pre-existing relationship with Samuels and his mother. “Are you talking about me helping a kid who has been at my program, been in Kansas for four years, whenever he’s needed help, his mom has needed me to help?” Malone said. “We are very, very close, like our families and everything. Is that a benefit?” At Kansas State, pressed against a tournament game, they decided to play it safe, Syracuse won and after the game Martin was emotional, taking a very long pause when asked about Samuels before saying only, “He’s our toughest kid.” He was also a fifth year senior who came to the arena not realizing he had already played his last game. Look carefully, Eric Hyman, this is a coach who can transform the basketball program at Carolina, in a good way. Players love him, opponents detest him and, by the way, in his four years at Kansas State his program has the highest graduation rate in the Big-12 according to the Omaha World-Herald. Some risk? Sure, there’s some risk but for a diligent athletics director, the risk doesn’t appear to be a serious concern. And by the way, isn’t there always a risk in trying to make something out of nothing? Isn’t not taking risks how you ended up looking for a new coach in the first place? ...

Kentucky Wildcats top NCAA basketball tournament field - Greenville News

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
At the tournament’s outset, the next question is: Which other teams have shown promise to win it all? The selection committee gave nods, in the form of No. 1 seeds, to Syracuse in the East region, North Carolina in the Midwest and Michigan State in the West. By the end of the regular season, it was a foregone conclusion that Syracuse would follow Kentucky on the top seed line. There was an air of inevitably for North Carolina, too, the preseason No. 1 that rolled in an 88-70 win at Duke in the regular-season finale March 3. Michigan State has come a long way, by far the furthest of the No. 1s. The Spartans (27-7) will play in Columbus on Friday against No. 16 seed LIU Brooklyn. “We came from nothing,” MSU senior Draymond Green said on CBS after the Spartans defeated Ohio State 68-64 for the Big Ten tournament title. After last season the Spartans lost two starters to graduation and eventually another, current senior Delvon Roe, to recurring knee problems. Unranked to start the season, MSU opened with back-to-back losses against North Carolina and Duke. (Page 2 of 3) Such tough games are common for MSU under coach Tom Izzo and his “we’ll-play-anyone-any-time-any-place” philosophy. The improvement rooted there. Michigan State’s romp to the title game -- the Spartans blitzed Wiscon...

Beat Syracuse Cardinal News And Notes - Card Chronicle

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Did you know that tonight is a white out? Aida Claire Early does. Don't get shown up by a baby...don't ever get shown up by a baby. Spread check: Syracuse by three. Jim Burr is among the three officials working tonight's game. Clean up the glass you just broke and rejoin me a line down. I received a humorous forwarded email today in which a Larry Judd breaks down each member of the officiating crew. Here's his take: Jim Burr (@jimburr on Twitter) - as soon as I saw Jim working the Michigan-Illinois game yesterday I thought oh shit, that i...

Kudos to Alabama coach Anthony Grant - ESPN

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Hall of Fame coach can cure what ails this club because the problem isn't on the court. It's in their heads. The latest evidence came after UConn lost badly to Syracuse. Tyler Olander took to Twitter to vent his frustrations at fair-weather fans: "Through this losing stretch weve had all Ive come to learn is #huskynation is smaller then i thought #fakeassfans." Now does Olander have a point? Well sure. The same fans who were quick to laud UConn at the beginning of the season are only too quick to hop off the bandwagon and throw the Huskies under it. But Olander also should have more pressing things to worry about than what fans are saying on message boards: namely, what in the world is wrong with his team? 5. Good eats in CoMo Thanks to everyone who offered tips on where to go during my visit to Columbia, Mo., over the weekend. I did as directed, stopping at Shakespeare's for pizza and Harpo's for a beverage and can report that, as one who prefers bars where your sneakers stick to the floor over clubs, both were a big hit. I will admit, however, to being something of a Northeast Italian pizza snob and while the pie at Shakespeare's was good, I still prefer what I can get at Trenton's DeLorenzo. Also a big thanks to my colleague, Michael Kim, who pointed me to Bleu for something a little more upscale. The postgame meal there was a perfect finish to a good weekend. Five things I think I know [+] Enlarge Eric Francis/Getty Images Doug McDermott and Creighton host Long Beach State in a critical BracketBusters game on Saturday. 1. The best BracketBusters game might not be the one everyone is talking about. While all eyes are on Murray, Ky., this weekend when the Racers host Saint Mary's, perhaps the most critical buster game will be played in Omaha. That's where Creighton hosts Long Beach State. The Bluejays got a much-needed win on Tuesday night, beating Southern Illinois to halt a three-game skid. But with wins against San Diego State, Tulsa and Wichita State to hang its hat on, Creighton could use another good victory. The 49e...

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