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Staying cool Check out this list of local ice cream shops in the Syracuse area, where you can get delicious dessert to cool off in the hot summer air of central New York. Page 3
Hit the trails After a long and cold winter, hiking trails in the Syracuse area are ready for the summer. Here are the spots to check out for a day of outdoors fun. Page 8
Showtime Get ready for the summer show season. CNY Playhouse will present “Into the Woods,” and the Redhouse Arts Center will present “La Cage aux Folles.” Page 9
On exhibit Museums and other organizations will host different art exhibits this summer, including “Darryl Hughto: From Diamonds to Sailboats” at the Everson Museum of Art. Page 11
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The long-awaited summer months have finally returned to Syracuse. One of the perfect ways to celebrate is with a local scoop of ice cream. Here are a few ice cream shops in and near the city.
Bailey’s Dairy Treat (not open for the season yet)
Location: 7100 S Salina St., Nedrow Monday – Friday 8 to 10:45 a.m. Hours will be extended for the summer. The ice cream shop isn’t open for summer just yet, but start preparing for National Ice Cream Month and National Ice Cream Day in July. Bailey’s features ice cream from Turkey Hill and Gifford’s, according to their Facebook page. The location offered a trivia deal to customers a few summers ago and donated a portion of proceeds to the American Cancer Society in 2016.
Broadway Cafe & Arctic Island
Location: 210 West Seneca Tpke., Syracuse Monday – Friday 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Broadway Cafe & Arctic Island offers ice cream, deli sandwiches and coffee. The cafe sells both soft and hard ice cream — all hard ice cream is homemade. General Manager Nathan-
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The summer scoop Cool down with these Syracuse ice cream shops iel Palumbo’s favorites are the homemade coconut almond fudge ice cream and the watermelon sherbet with chocolate chips. Popular soft serve twists include the strawberry-pistachio and black raspberry-orange sherbet twists. Across the street from Arctic Island is Meachem Field, home to sports games all summer. Onondaga Creek runs next to the store, which Palumbo said he can see from his office window.
Kenny’s Corner Ice Cream
Location: 7575 Buckley Road #210, Syracuse
Monday – Friday 4 to 9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday noon to 9 p.m. Kenny’s has a new addition to its location: a Fusion 8, an ice cream machine that can make eight different flavors. Home to the original “tuberry twist”, the ice cream spot now offers coconut, pistachio, cheesecake and “mochachino,” among other flavors. “We can do flavors that are fused into the mix instead of sprayed on, so it’s a more consistent flavor through, and we can offer that many more flavors,” Owner Michael Damiano said.
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Sno Top Ice Cream
Location: 315 Fayette St., Manlius Monday – Sunday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Since 1957, Sno Top has served the residents of Manlius award-winning ice cream. Items on the menu include soft serve, flurries, sundaes, sodas, homemade black raspberry ice cream and the well-known “trash can sundae.” This sundae is comprised of ice cream topped with peanut butter, chocolate syrup, gummy worms, whipped cream and candy eyes, served in a plastic mini trash can. Sno Top even also serves dairy-free and nosugar-added flavors.
Vicky’s Tasty Treats
Location: 680 Old Liverpool Road, Liverpool Monday – Friday 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., Saturday noon to 10:30 p.m., Sunday 3 to 10:30 p.m. Two-time winner of the Y94 Best of the Burbs Best Ice Cream in Liverpool, Vicky’s is an old-fashioned ice cream drive-in. The shop is best known for their homemade orange sherbet, but they do themes for different holidays — they created a strawberry shortcake for Mother’s Day this year, said Vicky’s employee Alan King. The shop opened back in April and will stay open through early October of this year. email@example.com
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Spend your Syracuse summer outdoors with these activities By Brooke Kato asst. copy editor
The summer has finally returned after months — and feet — of snow. Here are a few ideas of how to get outside in the city of Syracuse, which provides a wide variety of activities and places to visit.
Onondaga Cup & LakeFest
Onondaga Cup & LakeFest is on July 14. There will be various water sport competitions, open to corporate-sponsored, master and junior rowing teams as well as independent kayakers and paddle boarders. Lakeside cooking competitions, live music, yoga, exercise classes and a beer tasting event will take place at various times throughout the day. Hours: All day Location: Onondaga Lake Park
For more than 65 years, Fairmount Glen Miniature Golf has been serving Syracuse. Located on Onondaga Road, it is open seven days a week during the spring and summer. Hours: Sunday – Saturday, 10 a.m. to midnight Location: 210 Onondaga Road, Syracuse Cost: $8.50 single play, $12.75 two hours all-you-can-play, $17 for three games, $70 for 10 games
NBT Bank Stadium
Catch the Syracuse Chiefs in a minor league baseball game at the NBT Bank Stadium during their season, which started April 6 and ends Sept. 3. The team is scheduled to compete in various home games throughout the summer against teams such as Louisville and Buffalo. Hours: The ticket office is open from 9 a.m. –
5 p.m. on non-game days and 9 a.m. – end of game on game days. Game times vary. Location: 1 Tex Simone Drive, Syracuse Cost: Ticket prices vary.
Rosamond Gifford Zoo
The Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse has more than just zoo staples like lions, tigers and bears — it’s home to greater than 700 different animals. Visitors can see the animals year-round in various locations around the
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Bring the heat Salt City BBQ Festival to bring 30 teams to NY fairgrounds for fundraiser
By Sarah Slavin asst. copy editor
There’s going to be a lot of barbecue food this weekend at the Great New York State Fairgrounds. On Saturday, the fourth-annual Salt City BBQ Festival will be held from noon to 11 p.m. More than 30 teams will compete in a barbecue cook-off, sanctioned by the Kansas City BBQ Society. The competition’s first prize is $800 and a chance to compete in the Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational Barbecue this fall. All proceeds raised at the festival will go toward event organizers Phoenix Philosophies, an organization that purchases and renovates homes for homeless veterans in Syracuse. Eileen Carr, president of Phoenix Philoso-
phies, said about 2,500 to 3,000 people attend the event every year. In the past, the festival has raised more than $20,000 for Phoenix Philosophies, making the festival its biggest fundraiser of the year. “A lot of the local teams will do other events with us, so it’s branched off in all different kinds of directions, and has been a real asset for Phoenix (Philosophies),” Carr said. Carr also said the competitors arrive a day early to start cooking their meat, getting ready for the competition. Judging is done with a double-blind process by certified barbecue judges from noon to 1:30 p.m. At 4 p.m., the winner will be announced. The event is held on Armed Forces Day to honor people currently enlisted and serving in the military. Veterans and active duty
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Sun-kissed trails Hike the best central NY locations
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This summer, to unwind and take in some of the best natural sights central New York has to offer, hit the trails. Here are some of Syracuse’s best summer hiking spots.
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Green Lakes State Park
Located in Fayetteville, Green Lakes State Park is surrounded by 15 miles of trails and is a key tourist attraction for locals coming to glimpse 15,000 years’ worth of glacial remains, said Courtney Burdin, a park representative. The surrounding beaches also make for a popular spot, especially on summer holidays such as Memorial Day and the Fourth of July. The rowboat and kayak rentals are popular commodities, as well as the 18-hole Green Lakes State Park Golf Course. The park hosts events throughout the summer, including an astronomy program to catch a glimpse of Jupiter in orbit.
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With nearly 700 acres of natural woodland, this Baldwinsville nature center makes hiking trails and natural thrills readily available to locals. Along with nine miles of trails, the area features more than 200 species of birds and more than 800 varieties of plants, as well as a 200-acre glacial lake visitors can stroll around on foot, or boat across in the park’s canoe rentals. Beaver Lake Nature Center’s mixed terrain provides the perfect opportunity for less experienced hikers to get a feel of the landscape. “Just take it slow, start on flat terrain and slowly build your endurance,” said Armando Villa-Ignacio, a park naturalist at the center. Besides hiking, the center hosts a variety of events, including horseback riding,
Dubbed “the Central Park of central New York,” Onondaga Lake Park is 7 1/2 miles long and features attractions including the Onondaga Lake Skatepark for skateboarders and BMX bikers, the Wegmans Good Dog Park and the Salt Museum, which honors Syracuse’s history as the “Salt City.” The park is composed of four main trails for visitors looking to stretch their legs: the East Shore Recreational, Shoreline Walking Trail, Lakeland Nature and the West Shore. The paved East Shore Recreational Trail is perfect for inline skaters and bicyclers. Walking pedestrians must make room for bikers, and dogs aren’t allowed on the trail during the in-season months of April to October. The Shoreline Walking Trail is most ideal for walkers and runners looking to take their workouts outdoors. Two miles in length and stroller and wheelchair-accessible, only foot traffic is permitted. If you’re interested in a peaceful and reflective walk through nature, the Lakeland Trail’s quiet solitude is for you. No motorized vehicles are allowed on the pathway, and skaters and bicyclists aren’t allowed to have pets, making for a peaceful escape from Syracuse city life. For those interested in hiking, West Shore Trail is best to get up close and personal with nature. This paved trail snakes its way through 4 1/2 miles of woodlands, making it a safe and ideal loop for bicyclers and runners. With views of Onondaga Lake and the city skyline, take advantage of the benches along the route to sit back, relax and take in a summer sunset. firstname.lastname@example.org | @writtenbykelsey
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Live local theater and comedy shows to watch this summer
By Haley Robertson asst. feature editor
Local theaters are gearing up for a summer of live entertainment in Syracuse. The Central New York Playhouse, the Redhouse Arts Center and the Landmark Theatre are presenting musicals, plays and comedy shows throughout the upcoming months. “In the summer there’s a lot of entertainment options, but our air-conditioned theater is a nice place to spend two hours and laugh and cry and get away from the world for awhile,” said Dustin Czarny, artistic director of the CNY Playhouse. CNY Playhouse at ShoppingTown Mall in DeWitt will present “Into the Woods” from June 8-23, “Rock of Ages” from July 13-28 and “It’s Only a Play” from Aug. 9-18. “Into the Woods” follows the story of a baker and his wife who meet fairytale characters in their quest to have a child. The show is a family-favorite “musical theater staple” about raising children in a world of fairytale and harsh reality, Czarny said. Rehearsals for the production, directed by Korrie Taylor, are currently in full swing. “Rock of Ages,” directed by Dan Rowlands, is an ‘80s rock jukebox musical about an aspiring rocker who falls in love with a small-town girl. The duo tries to save the Sunset Strip from capitalist developers with the help of rock legend Stacee Jaxx. With ‘80s hits including “Hit Me with Your Best Shot,” “Don’t Stop Believin’” and “We Built This City,” the show follows CNY Playhouse’s tradition of producing “loud and raucous” summer musicals, Czarny said. Unlike “Into the Woods,” Czarny said, “Rock of Ages” isn’t suitable for young children. CNY Playhouse’s August production is typically an “experimental production,” Czarny said. “It’s Only a Play” is about a cast and creative team waiting to hear the opening night reviews of their new Broadway play.
The Landmark Theatre is set to run two comedy shows this summer. They will also host various other events. courtesy of landmark theatre
Redhouse Arts Center on South Salina Street will present “La Cage aux Folles” from May 31 to June 10. The musical tells the story of drag club owner, Georges, and his partner, Albin, a star performer. Broadway veteran Dirk Lumbard will
star as Georges. His first experience with “La Cage” was watching the 1978 film. “It was a very important story that had never been told, and it still resonates I think as being a very important story to keep going forward,” Lumbard said.
Starring as Albin is Redhouse favorite Steve Hayes, who performed his one-man show at the Redhouse last month. Hayes and Lumbard have worked together before — they both starred in “Xanadu” and “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” at the Connecticut Repertory Theatre. “He’s not easy to play off of because he can just crack you up, he’s so funny,” Lumbard said of Hayes. Lumbard said he is “over the moon” to work with Hayes and director Cassie Abate again. “La Cage aux Folles” is the final performance of Redhouse’s 2017-18 mainstage season. Redhouse hosts several performance and theater design workshops for children ages 6-17 throughout the summer. The Landmark Theatre will host two comedy shows this summer: “Seinfeld Live” on June 8 and “Miranda Sings Live…No Offense” on July 14. Jerry Seinfeld will deliver his famous stand-up comedy routine and ‘Miranda Sings’ will perform comedy and musical numbers made famous on her YouTube channel. ‘Miranda Sings’ is a character created by performer Colleen Ballinger, who went viral after Ballinger made an appearance on Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.” Katie Stam, the marketing and administrative coordinator at the Landmark, said summer is the theater’s “downtime” as they gear up for the 2018-19 season. The venue will host private events throughout the summer, such as graduation ceremonies, graduation parties and weddings. The Broadway in Syracuse 2018-19 season will kick off with “Fiddler on the Roof” in October. The Landmark plans to announce more shows for the fall season in the next couple months, said Mike Intaglietta, executive director of the Landmark Theatre.
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Catch up on local art collections and historical exhibits this summer Summer provides the perfect opportunity to soak up the art, culture and history of Onondaga County. Here are some exhibits and history lessons you may have missed in the last few months.
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Darryl Hughto: From Diamonds to Sailboats
Oakwood Cemetery Remember the Rock
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Date: On view at the Everson Museum of Art June 9 – Aug. 26 David Hughto first debuted his work at the Everson Museum of Art 43 years ago. Now, he is returning to present works of career-long subjects and interests. His works explore the shape of the diamond.
Everson Museum of Art
Address: 401 Harrison St., Syracuse, NY 13202 Hours: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday: 12 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. First Friday of each month: 12 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Thursday: 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 5 p.m. The Everson Museum of Art dedicates its space to American, video and ceramic arts. It showcases more than 10,000 artworks. When the collections outgrew its facility, the museum opened its current establishment in 1968, designed by acclaimed architect I. M. Pei to be sculptural art itself. The Everson, now celebrating the buildng’s 50th annversary, has since committed to cultivating art education.
Location: Oakwood Cemetery, 940 Comstock Ave. Hours: June 15, 16, 22, 23 Participants of the historic ghostwalks are guided to locations where costumed actors tell stories of “ghosts” from Onondaga County’s past.Gregg Tripoli, the executive director of OHA, said he enjoys the Ghostwalks’ “spectacular setting and the stories of the people who are buried there, told in their own voices.” Admission: $15
Onondaga Historical Association
Location: Exhibits can be found across Onondaga County. The Onondaga Historical Museum is located at 321 Montgomery Street in Syracuse. Museum Hours: Wednesday through Friday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Incorporated during the Civil War in 1863, the Onondaga Historical Association’s main goals are “collecting and preserving historical, genealogical, scientific and literary material” related to Onondaga County, per its charter.
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The OHA has expanded in its size and services through the years to include museums, research and educational centers, heritage related services and retail operations. The museum currently houses exhibits depicting Onondaga County’s history, along with the Richard and Carolyn Wright Research Center and Gift Gallery. Permanent exhibits include stories of the formation of Onondaga County and anti-slavery Underground Railroad activities in Syracuse. Exhibitions are located across the city and can be searched online by “permanent,” “temporary,” and “off-site.” Admission: Free
The Skä•noñh Center – Great Law of Peace Center
Location: 6680 Onondaga Lake Pkwy., Liverpool Hours: Wednesday through Friday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. A Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Heritage Center, the Skä•noñh tells the stories of the native people of central New York and explores topics such as creation, European contact and The Great Law of Peace in its exhibitions. Other permanent exhibits include “Thanksgiving Address,” “Sainte Marie Mission Site Museum” and “Continuance and Contributions.”
Admission: Adults are $5.00, seniors (62+), college (with ID) and children (10-17) are $4.00 and children nine & under are free.
The Donald T. Pomeroy Summer Lecture Series
Location: OHA Auditorium, 321 Montgomery Street Hours: Starts at 12 p.m. on June 20, July 18, Aug. 22 and Sept. 19 The lunchtime lectures are on the topics of Mary Elizabeth Evans Sharpe, The History Brewing in Syracuse, Salt City Celluloid and Syracuse’s Aviation Legacy, respective to the listed dates. The series is presented by Gregg Tripoli, the executive director of OHA, and Robert Searing, a history curator. Admission: Free
Urban Video Project Summer Review
Date: On view at the Everson Museum June 7 – Sept. 1 Thursday – Saturday, Dusk – 11 p.m. The Urban Video Project is a series of outdoor multimedia exhibitions on the Everson Community Plaza in collaboration with Light Work and Syracuse University, per the Everson website. The summer review features works from past programming presented last year. email@example.com
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Summer in Syracuse also means busy stadiums
By Lydia Niles feature editor
The Carrier Dome may be empty over the next few months, but that doesn’t mean Syracuse sports fans can’t get their fix. Here’s where to make a pit stop from all of the hiking, biking and exploring during the upcoming summer months.
Baseball: Syracuse Chiefs
Location: 1 Tex Simone Drive, Syracuse Season: April – September The minor league team of Syracuse and Triple-A affiliate for the Washington Nationals season runs through September. They will play games all over central New York, as well as home games at NBT Bank Stadium. After losing to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders 6-5 in their season opener, the team is 18 – 16 so far. But their home stadium is reason enough to attend the games — this season’s deals include “Mangia Monday,” “Taco Tuesday” and “Winning Wednesday.”
Soccer: Syracuse FC
Location: Onondaga Community College, Syracuse Season: May – June After officially joining the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) in 2017, Syracuse FC is no longer new, but most of their talent is. With only a few returning players, the team will play their home opener at Onondaga Community College’s Lazer Stadium against conference champions Erie Commodores FC, according to Kristen Klawitter, director of communications for SFC. “This team is looking more cohesive than last year, already before the season begins. They’ve really just been practicing for about two weeks,” Klawitter said in response to feedback she’s heard of the this year’s team. Klawitter also said the SFC coaches are
Randy Knorr is back managing the Syracuse Chiefs after taking a break to work as an advisor for the Washington Nationals organization. He formerly managed the team back in 2011, where he was also a catcher. daily orange file photo
excited about the prospect of competing in the NPSL playoffs. With free stadium parking and a competitive team, the SFC games are a great way to get to know the next sports team.
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Season: May – September The speedway, located about 45 minutes outside of Syracuse, is packed with events this summer. The Speedway’s 68th Annual Opening Day event is set for May 26, with the pits opening at 11:30 a.m., according to their website. To get a sneak peak of the opening event, check out the
open practice session the week before, with pit passes selling for $25. The session runs from 1 – 5 p.m. on May 19. The Speedway offers free admission to active military with an ID, as well as free admission for kids 16 and under when accompanied by a paid adult. email@example.com
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300 University Avenue 2, 3, & 4 Bedroom Fully Furnished Units 6, 10, & 12 month leases Rates starting at $875 All-Inclusive Private Tenant Shuttle
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“Your neighborhood sports bar”
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Hours Mon-Sat: 8am-2am Sun: 12pm-2am
200 Highland Ave. East Syracuse, NY 315-432-9122
Serving Food Daily
You’re Doing It All and We’re Your Biggest Fans! The Chevrolet College Discount Program* entitles eligible college students, grad students and recent grads to below-MSRP prices. Get an exclusive authorization code to secure your discount. Go to www.gmcollegediscount.com or just stop in our showroom. Discount valid toward eligible, new Chevrolet vehicles. Combine your Chevy College Discount with most current offers.
Bridge St. at 690 315-437-3311 www.CuseChevy.com *Eligible participants for the GM College Discount include college students (from any two- or four-year school), recent graduates who have graduated no more than two years ago, and current nursing school and graduate students. Excludes select base trims. Not available with some other offers. Take delivery by 1/2/19. See us for details.
Good Nature Farm Brewing May 13th - Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad May 27th - The Heavy Pets June 3rd - The Ghost of Paul Revere June 17th - Amy Helm June 24th - Martin Sexton
July 1st - Uprooted featuring Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root July 15th - Dark Hollow Aug 5th - Live At The Fillmore Aug 19th - Donna the Buffalo Aug 26th - Driftwood
Paper Mill Island Amphitheater May 17th - Umphrey's McGee May 19th - Get the Led Out May 20th - Dark Star Orchestra June 21st - Andy Grammer June 27th - Nahko and Medicine for the People
July 20th - Blackberry Smoke July 22nd - Matisyahu July 28th - Devon Allman Aug 1st - Gary Clark Jr.
Amphitheater at Papermill Island
Saranac Brewery June 10th - Dirty Heads July 11th - Rebulution July 15th - Dispatch July 27th - Slightly Stoopid July 28th - Taking Back Sunday
July 31 - Dark Star Orchestra Aug 10 - Get the Led Out Aug 17th - Blues Traveler Sep 7th and 8th - moe.
at the NYSFG
SI Hall at Fairgrounds
Beak & Skiff Orchards
July 27th - Black Label Oct 3rd - Bullet for My Valentine
Aug 11th - Joan Osbourne
Tickets available at cctix.com or at The Sound Garden in Armory Square
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