This site celebrates the people, places, businesses and leaders that make Central New York one of the most vibrant and livable regions in the country. From Albany to Buffalo, through Syracuse, Rochester, Ithaca and Utica, this is
by EJay Zarett
For over 50 years, SUNY Cortland and Ithaca College's football teams have competed in one of the biggest games in Division III football: Cortaca.
by Liu Jiang
the 19-year-old entrepreneur Angelo Damiano created Powerspike, a streaming game platform where veteran gamers share their gaming experience.
by Carol Masiclat
Metro Fitness' owner Randy Sabourin has created a social health club that combines personalized service and a supportive culture that's big fun.
by I-Ying Lee
Xiaowei Wang, a Digital Media Analyst at CoxReps in new York City, believes no matter how many tech tools you know, everything ties back to consumer.
by Kathy Montgomery
Rustic meets charm at the Honeyville Manor, a gloriously quiet country bed and breakfast in the North Country between Adams and Watertown.
by Steve Masiclat
Who makes the best pizza in CNY? We put the pizzas from two top contenders up head-to-head in a new LivableCNY feature. Our first Throwdown features Peppino's up against Apizza Regionale.
Head north of Syracuse on route 81 to the Adams/Henderson exit (number 41) you will be in for quite a treat.
by Tim Hansen
Established in 2013, the Cpl. Kyle R. Schneider Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping veterans and their family members.