NewsChannel 9's Carrie Lazarus profiles the extraordinary people and places that make Central New York a unique and diverse place.
October 2014: Carrie talks with Sean O'Loughlin, a composer and conductor from Syracuse who works …
June 2014: Carrie talks with John Stage, the man behind Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. There was a time when …
March 2014: Carrie talks with Anne Burrell, a star on the Food Network who grew up in Cazenovia and…
September 2013: Carrie talks with Olympic gold medalist Beezie Madden and her husband John, who is …
January 2013: Author Mary Karr hit the New York Times best seller list with her memoir, The Liars …
Extraordinary update: What they're up to now
Two of the Extraordinary Young Talents that have been featured on NewsChannel 9 have been doing …
Extraordinary Talent of the Week: Alexander Moore
Henninger High School senior Alexander Moore loves the music of the big-band jazz era— and he’s hon…
Fayetteville boy gets new piano thanks to Extraordinary Fund
11-year-old Kaelem Michel from Fayetteville has something extra special to be thankful for on …
Watch full episode: Carrie Lazarus presents ‘Extraordinary People and…
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'Extraordinary Live' - Watch the full show online
There’s certainly no shortage of Extraordinary talent here in Central New York – and we managed to …
FULL SPECIAL: Carrie Lazarus presents Extraordinary: Hotel Syracuse
The beloved Hotel Syracuse is just 10 days from reopening, after being closed for more than a …
La Casa Blanca
October 2014: Carrie features a Gilded Age mansion in the Thousand Islands that's been owned by a …
Village of Aurora
June 2014: Carrie takes us to the historical Village of Aurora, a beautiful treasure in Central New…
March 2014: Carrie takes us to Great Bear in Fulton, which brings a flavor of the Adirondacks to …
I am in awe of the talented young people we have profiled in our show, Extraordinary.
Central New York is home to so many gifted musicians, dancers, singers and other artists!
Having extraordinary talent is a real gift.
Paying for lessons, instruments and travel can be a real burden for families.
In order for these young artists to reach their full potential, many of them need help.
That's why I have started a scholarship fund for extraordinary talent.
Please consider helping the next young star make his or her dreams come true.
Click here for more information.
-- Carrie Lazarus