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Dan Reynolds (Unwrapped) at the Everson Museum of Art (Syracuse Blog)

Dan Reynolds Unwrapped, Everson Museum of Art
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Dan Reynolds at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse Central New York enjoys the art culture. But, few know that the artists in the area include proper cartoonists. The Everson Art Museum is currently hosting an exhibit of local cartoonist, Dan Reynolds. Reynolds Unwrapped: The Cartoon Art of Dan Reynolds boasts over 200 samples [...]

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Syracuse’s The Square Studio: A Different Take on the Recording Industry

Steve Sopchak, The Square Studio
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The Square Studio in Syracuse After an 11 hour drive from Chicago to Syracuse, the band Saline found themselves stuck in a snowy ditch. Only 5 miles away from the studio they came to record at, the beginning of a weeklong recording session seemed to be starting off all wrong. What they didn’t know, was [...]

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Top 10 Best, Not to Be Missed Things to Do in Syracuse 6/5/11-6/11/11 (Syracuse Blog)

OzStravaganza
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Oz-stravaganza, Strawberry Festival, SU Legends & Stars Day and more! Syracuse Mini Magazine Top 10 Things to Do On the lookout for some cool things to do in Syracuse? Seek and ye shall find. Take a gander at our Top 10 Best, Not to be Missed Things to do in Syracuse for the Week of [...]

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Taste of Syracuse to Feature Gregg Allman & Over 40 Bands (Syracuse Blog)

Taste of Syracuse, Gregg Allman
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Taste of Syracuse 2011: Food, Music & More This weekend downtown Syracuse will be filled with the nonstop sounds and smells of pure local talent. The Taste of Syracuse festival, which takes place on June 3rd and 4th, 2011 is no doubt one of the most anticipated events of the summer. Free admittance and food [...]

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The Top 10 Things to Do in Syracuse (May 29-June 4, 2011)

Memorial Day, Syracuse
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Things to Do in Syracuse, Week of May 29-June 4, 2011 Memorial Day marks the official start of summer, which means plenty of food and live music…actually, there’s a lot of live music in the air. There are many festivals and events taking place this week…catch some live rocket launches and feast on the fine [...]

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Playing Solider in Onondaga Lake Park: Civil War Reenactment at the Sainte Marie among the Iroquois Museum (Syracuse Blog)

The 12th Regiment U.S. Infantry Co. A
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Civil War Reenactment at the Sainte Marie among the Iroquois Museum, Syracuse The Sainte Marie among the Iroquois Museum in Onondaga Lake Park is a small living history museum that replicates the Jesuit mission which was built among the Five Nations. The museum focuses on the history of both the Onondaga from the region and [...]

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Badlands Brings Good Vibes to Syracuse

Badlands, Syracuse
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Badlands Syracuse A vacant storefront located on 1007 East Fayette Street, just on the outskirts of downtown Syracuse, doesn’t look like much during the daylight. It is surrounded by abandoned parking lots–excluding a cluster of cars owned by the residents who live in the apartments perched above the empty lower level. At night, however, the [...]

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The Top 10 Best, Not to Be Missed Things to Do in Syracuse (May 22 to May 28, 2011)

The Amber Room
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Syracuse Mini Magazine: Best Events & Things to Do  (May 22 to May 28, 2011) Time to ride a bike, perfect your inner sleuth, check out some Shakespeare and go Rambo with some paintball for a good cause. The city is bustling with a plethora of fun events this coming week, proving what we all know [...]

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A Gardener’s Haven in North Syracuse

Chuck Hafner’s Farm Market and Garden Center
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A Gardener’s Haven in North Syracuse: Chuck Hafner’s Farm Market and Garden Center Now that the cold and snow are mostly gone, my mind has turned to playing in the dirt. That would be in a garden mostly. Plenty of grocery stores offer seed packets and potting soil, along with gloves and trowels. Sometimes, though, [...]

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Top Ten Things to Do in Syracuse (May 15-21, 2011)

The Shakedown
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Top Ten Things to Do in Syracuse, May 15-21, 2011 Syracuse is featuring a bevy of fun stuff this week. There’s plenty of live music, dancing, some beverages here and there as well as some neat cultural events, fundraisers and yes, baseball. 1. Shaking Barbeque On Saturday, May 21st, at 10pm, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is hosting [...]

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