June 2014: Carrie talks with John State, the man behind Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. There was a time when you couldn't get decent barbecue north of the Mason Dixon Line, but thanks to Stage’s vision, some of the tastiest barbecue can be found in Syracuse.
March 2014: Carrie talks with Anne Burrell, a star on the Food Network who grew up in Cazenovia and had her first restaurant job in Syracuse.
September 2013: Carrie talks with Olympic gold medalist Beezie Madden and her husband John, who is also her trainer. The Madden's give a tour of their Madison County farm & Beezie lets us know if she plans to go for gold in 2016.
June 2013: David Muir knew from the time he was 13 years old that he wanted to be a network news anchor. The young teen from Onondaga Hill is now living his dream at ABC News.
June 2013: Diane Sawyer doesn't give many interviews, but she was happy to talk to us about her friend and colleague, David Muir. She talked about what she thinks makes David extraordinary.
June 2013: David Muir gets more airtime than any correspondent on network TV. He also gets the least time off. How does he find balance in his life when he spends so much of his time working?
May 2013: David Muir knew from the time he was 13 years old that he wanted to be a network news anchor. The young teen from Onondaga Hill is now living his dream at ABC News.
January 2013: Author Mary Karr hit the New York Times best seller list with her memoir, The Liars Club. Turns out, one of the millions who read the book was a Grammy award winner who knew instantly he wanted to work with Karr.
December 2012: Celebrity designer Thom Filicia gained fame on the reality show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. He grew up in Syracuse and has written a book about his weekend home in Skaneateles.
June 2014: Carrie takes us to the historical Village of Aurora, a beautiful treasure in Central New York.
March 2014: Carrie takes us to Great Bear in Fulton, which brings a flavor of the Adirondacks to our backyard in Central New York.
September 2013: Carrie takes us on a trip to Sackets Harbor, the village that’s a picture perfect postcard with a rich history. However, there's much more to this village than just a pretty picture.
May 2013: The extraordinary place we visit is Kellish Hill, a family farm in Pompey where music is played several nights a week. Country and bluegrass, folk and celtic, the music is fun and the venue is really special.
January 2013: The New York Wine and Culinary Center in Canandaigua is a place where you can sample wines from across New York State and learn to cook great meals that pair perfectly with those wines.
December 2012: Letchworth State Park is called the Grand Canyon of the east. It's just a two hour drive from Syracuse. She shared the history of the stunning spot and got an aerial view that few people see.
June 2014: Carrie introduces us to Cherish Furcinito, a teenager from Liverpool who is one of the top dancers in the U.S.
March 2014: Carrie introduces “NOTEified” - a young, talented jazz trio from Central New York who is putting their own spin on the standards.
Carrie found a singer you have to hear to believe. He's a junior from F-M High School who's been compared to Michael Buble. For a copy of Nick's CD, click here.
December 2013: Carrie Lazarus presents “Extraordinary…LIVE,” featuring some of Central New York’s most talented young people at the Landmark Theatre.
September 2013: Carrie introduces us to a Baldwinsville teenager who is gaining national attention with her extraordinary talent. 15-year-old sophomore singer Julia Goodwin from Baker High School wows us with her vocals.
May 2013: Our extraordinary young talent is Caroline Charles, a violinist who we learned about from one of the best violinists in the state. She's a junior at Jamesville-DeWitt High School.
January 2013: Tevin Johnson is a young dancer in Syracuse who learned to dance by watching the TV show 'So Your Think You Can Dance.'