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In the deepest months of our long, cold Central New York winters, we daydream about the bounties of summer. We ache for the freshest greens, the juiciest fruits, and the most scrumptious vegetables that New York state has to offer. We scour recipes and wait, anxiously, while our CSA farmers begin to tenderly care for the food that will nourish our summer. But inevitably CSA customers will open their box and think, ‘what will I do with this?’ Follow ‘What’s in the Box’ this summer and explore Central New York’s most baffling CSA offerings. This week: Mizuna. On the campaign trail, vegetables have a bad reputation. After suggesting farmers grow alternative crops like the Belgian endive in 1988, Michael Dukakis was attacked by his opponent, Dan Quayle. “His farm policy is the Belgian endive, and his defense policy is the Belgian waffle,” joked Quayle. In 2008, now-President Obama famously mentioned arugula, and was accused of being an elitist. What would the pundits say about Mizuna? Its decorative, glossy leaves reek of conceit, but its subtly expressive flavor lands it soundly in the realm of classy. With a gentle bite and a hint of mustard, Mizuna is the softer-spoken cousin to flashy arugula. Mizuna is known by many names: Komatsuna, Japanese Mustard, and Spider Mustard are a few of its aliases. Despite its delicate

appearance, mizuna is no sissy. It’s relatively easy to grow, even in Central New York. Given their short growing season, farmers in CNY appreciate the fact that, like other mustard greens, mizuna can be started in greenhouses and harvested early in the spring to satisfy your spring-green craving. If allowed to grow, mizuna matures in the fall and its stems become stalk-like, resembling chard in flavor. B ecaus e of its many pseudonyms, you won’t find many recipes that include mizuna. But don’t let this fool you. Mizuna is a versatile green that doesn’t easily offend. Young, spring mizuna should be spring’s goCommunity Supported to green. Eaten raw, its Agriculture. Customers mild mustardy bite is pay up front for a portion refreshing and cooling. of the season’s harvest, Mizuna’s versatilproviding seed money to ity is to be admired. It farmers. plays nicely with other greens, not demanding attention. Raw mizuna can be thrown into any salad. But if asked to, mizuna can easily handle the spotlight. If you want your mizuna to really shine, give it a little heat. Sautéed, steamed, stir-fried or gently warmed against melted brie, mizuna wilts well, bringing forth a natural nuttiness that nicely ▷

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The lastest public art installation project led by Syracuse Public Artist in Residence Brendan Rose takes shape on the banks of Onondaga Creek in Armory Square.

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Creekside snake takes shape Syracuse Public Artist in Residence Brendan Rose’s latest project, taking shape in one of the city’s newest green spaces, is a symbolic, serpentine sculpture aimed at reminding the public about the importance maintaining the community’s renewed reverance of Onondaga Creek. Rose is working with SU Industrial and Interaction Design students to create and install the new public art piece along the creek, starting in the newly developed creekside parks in Armory Square. The sculpture will appear sporadically alongside the Creekwalk, mimicking Onondaga Creek’s presence throughout the city, according to a 40 Below Public Arts Task Force press release.

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Meals on Wheels experiencing ‘desperate’ need for volunteers Meals on Wheels Syracuse will provide thousands of meals this summer to elderly and disabled residents. But heading into the summer season, the organization is experiencing a “desperate” need for volunteers. Meals on Wheels announced last week the job of providing for their homebound clients becomes especially difficult during the summer months when regular volunteers are often away. Volunteers are often the only person that an elderly homebound client sees all day. During heatwaves, Meals on Wheels volunteers provide even more than meals simply by checking in on clients.

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Waste and worry

The Syracuse Police Department’s sixmonth prostitution stakeout, which netted 36 arrests in April, got renewed attention this week with the release of more than 200 pages of police documents detailing each arrest. It appears the department spent six months using undercover officers to pose as both female prostitutes and male “johns,” placing ads in print and online to lure people on both sides of the transaction to department-leased apartments in the city. That is, the police spent six months, and several thousands of dollars. Much of the public reaction we’ve noticed to this long-term effort questions whether this is an appropriate way to spend police resources and tax dollars. The community seems to be worrying that, for every alleged prostitute and accused john arrested, a violent criminal or drug dealer has been allowed to run the streets. Certainly, that’s not the case, as the Syracuse police have continued to make arrests and investigate crimes while the prostitution sting was in place. But the community’s concerns have driven us to question what happens to an individual after they have been charged with prostitution in Syracuse. The penalty in New York State for prostitution, a misdemeanor, is a $500 fine and/or up to three months in jail. The penalty for customers is stiffer: up to one year behind bars and/or $1,000 fine. Pimps and brothel owners are both subject to seven years and/or $5,000. Consider this: in a 2008 study, 41.4 percent of women and 11.2 percent of men in a voluntary substance abuse program reported selling prostitution services in the previous year. Without question, those who’ve found themselves selling sex for money tend not to be in an overall healthy and productive place in their lives. They need help, not an elongated criminal record. Unfortunately, we weren’t immediately able to nail down what, if any, support is offered to people charged with prostitution. But finding out if we provide resources to help those people get their lives back on track after they’ve served their time will correspond directly to whether or not we feel this is an effective use of police resources. It’s an issue we intend to dive into further, so look for more on this in an upcoming issue of The Eagle.

Just being in education does not an educator make The facts:

“The Board of Regents was established in 1784 and is the oldest, continuous state education entity in the United States. Regents are responsible for the general supervision of all educational activities within the state, presiding over the State University of New York and the New York State Education Department,” ( The state legislature appoints the 17 Regents, one from each of the state’s 13 judicial districts and four members-at-large, to five-year terms. They are unsalaried, reimbursed only for travel and expenses related to their official duties. They are truly talented individuals, men and women of accomplishment. They donate their time and effort for the good of our state. They are business and government leaders, doctors, lawyers, scientists, professors and humanitarians with accomplishments far too numerous to recount here. But, almost hidden on their extensive resumes — pardon me — curricula vitae, is the fact that only five of the 17 people most responsible for administering the education of over 2.7 million students (540,000 per Regent) have taught in the public schools. The Regents themselves are talented and well meaning, not to be condemned for their indi-


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vidual efforts. It is the Board of Regents system that needs to be condemned for its inefficiency and failure to adapt to the facts of life of public education — that education should be in the hands of educators.

The fiction:

Studying education, writing about education, obtaining degrees in higher education, teaching at the college level and beyond are automatic qualifiers as experts in education. State legislators are qualified to recognize the qualities required to adequately administer the huge and often unwieldy education system in New York. (It is interesting to note that the Regents are appointed to represent judicial districts, rather than say, BOCES districts that directly relate to education.) Tinkering with standards, increasing assessment testing, and continually adjusting the increasingly vague definition of “competence” is the best way to rectify decades of ineffective administration. Ignoring the vastly divergent demographics of New York’s student population in order to create a “level playing field” (read: make it easier to put scores on a graph) gives a true measure of student AND teacher accomplishment. Spending millions of New York dollars in

California and North Carolina to have tests produced and results evaluated is a far more efficient use of our money that directing it to the school districts where the education should be taking place and money is lacking. So, comparing fact and fiction, the weight of the evidence points out that the trouble we are in cannot be blamed exclusively on incompetent teachers, unmotivated students and ineffective local administrators as most government agencies, including the New York State Education Department, would have us believe. The NYSED’s quest for documenting achievement ignores the basic fact that educational success is not measurable on the spot — it is measurable only in the long term — not on a graph but in the reality of our society. The Board of Regents and SED, so consumed by testing and measuring, might do well to pay attention to the old farmers’ adage that “We don’t fatten up our cattle by weighing them.” For more on this, in far greater detail, here are two vastly contrasting websites: New York State United Teachers,, and the New York State Education Department’s site, Herm Card is a former teacher with more than 32 years of classroom experience and 20 years as a professional development consultant. His column appears bi-weekly in The Eagle. Reach him at

Happy ‘Baby Daddy’ Day I lost my father 10 years ago, on June 8. It was close to Father’s Day, so for me Father’s Day is a reminder of how blessed I was to have a man as a father, since my biological dad died when I was 2 years old. While it’s been 10 years since his death, memories of his guidance and parenting, combined with my mother’s, are building blocks that I still stand on today at 54. For some, Father’s Day has become “Baby Daddy” Day, which is Father’s Day without the commitment. I learned how to work at shoveling snow, taking out trash, doing odd jobs for elderly neighbors — all of this with the guidance of a man who got up and went to work at Crouse-Hinds every day for more than 38 years. He was my father. I never realized how blessed I was, and how many boys never had that person to teach them about life and how to navigate around this nation, especially as a black man,

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until he was gone. He told me about the Old South and how even looking at a white woman could get you lynched and how they weren’t free to go sit where they wanted at the movies. Economic opportunities were scarce and an education beyond the lower grades was difficult since many kids quit school to work. When I was summarily dismissed years ago from a government job due to politics, he told me, “I didn’t have the chance to get an education, you got one don’t ever let anybody tell you how to use it.” Following his advice has gotten me in trouble but I learned “not to bow, don’t know how.” So when I’m up against a situation that seems insurmountable I reflect on his life, the sacrifices he made for children that weren’t his, the lessons he left for me that rule my life to this day. As children, he took us to the store and



said, “buy your momma something nice.” It was our introduction to Mother’s Day. If you were told do a task such as shovel the snow or take out the weekly trash, you knew you were in trouble since that was your responsibility every week. We learned how to be responsible, sometimes with the assistance of a firm hand. As children, when we’d go with our mother to the doctor’s office, we’d quietly play. Once, an observing stranger asked how she kept us so well-behaved and my mother replied, “that’s what I expect of them.” I was blessed to have two fathers, a biological one who made me possible and a second who taught me how to survive. To all of those men who sacrifice for children and family: happy Father’s Day. To the others: happy Baby Daddy Day. There is a difference. Ken Jackson is the editor of Urban CNY and a weekly columnist for The Eagle. Reach him at



June 16, 2011

Downtown After Dark

Area thespians expand their horizons

Redhouse in Big Apple

From March 16 to 20, for the first time in its history the Redhouse brought a production from Syracuse to Manhattan. Written and directed by Steve Svoboda, “Odysseus DOAâ€? ­— a play about a hospital patient dying of AIDS which debuted here in January — was staged by its original cast at The Lion Theatre on New York’s Theatre Row. Writing for, reviewer Martin Denton raved about the play. “‘Odysseus DOA’ is stirring, emotional theatre with much to teach us about the strength of humanity and the power of love‌The staging is fluid and tight, on a simple set conceived by Michiko Katayama consisting of a few chairs, a mobile hospital bed and three stark white moving screens. Kristi McKay’s costumes blend complete naturalism with occasional fanciful touches. John Czajkowski’s lighting and Svoboda’s sound design contribute mightily to the play’s slightly surreal, abstract ambience.â€?

Covey coming to Fall River

Another impressive show penned by a local playwright, “Lizzie Took an Axe� by Garrett Heater, hits the road in August. The play which won two 2011 Syracuse Area Local Theater Awards, will be performed in Fall River, Mass., where Lizzie Borden was tried for the bloody murders of her father and stepmother in 1892. Replacing actress Jodi Bova in the title role will be Katie Gibson, but otherwise the Syracuse cast remains intact. Bova will miss the road trip because she’s expecting a baby, but Gibson should have no problem taking over as the middle-class Massachusetts murderer. Gibson won a 2009 SALT Award for best actress for her work in Simply New Theatre’s harrowing “Agnes of God� “Lizzie� will be staged at the Robert J.



Nagle Theatre in Durfee High School, in Fall River, at 8 p.m. on Aug. 5 and 2 and 8 p.m. on Aug. 6. For info, visit thecoveytheatrecompany. com, or call 420-3729.  

Klezmercuse tunes in Austria

This month, a theater group in Wels, Austria is using music by Klezmercuse bandleader and composer Jonathan Dinkin in its current production. The company is le bagage, and the play is “Nachtasyl� (“The Night Asylum�) by Maxim Gorky which originally debuted in Moscow in 1902. The gloomy four-act drama, a vivid example of Gorky’s socialist realism, is set in a Russian slum filled with alcoholics, card sharps and loose women. Le baggage is using songs from the Syracuse band’s CD, “Lily’s Hora,� “They heard the music on the Internet and loved it, so I sent them the sheet music, and they’ve hired a violinist and pianist to play the music,� Dinkin said. “Pretty wild, huh?� Wild, indeed and also well-deserved. Klezmercuse remains the Syracuse music scene’s best-kept secret, a dynamic dance band driven by Dinkin’s keyboard and colorful compositions.

Aileen Kenneson, Robin Bridenbaker (standing), Jordan Glaski and Chelsea Holtman bring personality plus to “At First Sight,� the Baldwinsville Theatre Guild’s “At First Sight.� and Julia is pregnant, leaving her two grown children dismayed and disbelieving. After Julia reveals her condition and lack of information about her shtuper, her ostentatiously stylish sister Verna steps in to play shamus. “At First Sight� continues at 7:30 p.m.

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Baldwinsville Theatre Guild actresses Robin Bridenbaker and Aileen Kenneson shine as two middle-aged yentas in its current comedy â&#x20AC;&#x153;At First Sight,â&#x20AC;? running through June 18, at the Presbyterian Education Center, 64 Oswego St., in Bâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ville. Bridenbaker and Kenneson elicit laughs with their giddy Yiddishisms and worldwise cynicisms. Their spot-on Lower East Side accents enrich their characters with a verisimilitude that really accentuates the situational humor. Oh, yeah, the situation. Bridenbakerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Julia, a 51-year-old widow, dresses like a schlub but has lovely, long dark hair and a personality pleasant enough to have attracted a stranger at an out-of-town business convention. After an evening of kibitzing over drinks, nature took its course

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Best Bets: Festivals Juneteenth this weekend

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The Juneteenth Festival â&#x20AC;&#x201C; an annual celebration of African-American heritage â&#x20AC;&#x201C; kicks off at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 16 with the 2011 Ancestral Recognition Ceremony, featuring a soul-food dinner at Syracuse City Hall Commons-Atrium and music by About Time. Tickets cost $35. On Friday, June 17, Juneteenthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Food, Fun, Family Friday starts with a flag-raising at City Hall, and includes the Junior Mr. & Ms. Juneteenth Pageant, and music by the : Corcoran High School Gospel Choir, at Jubilee Park. A Freedom Parade begins at Dr. King Elementary School on Saturday morning, June 18, and continues with the Winston Gaskin Walk for Wellness at Thornden Park, climaxing with the Juneteenth Festival showcasing a variety of local bands from 1:30 to 10 p.m. in Clinton Square. For info, call 491-6325 or 863-0808;

Pride Parade set Saturday

The CNY Pride Parade and Festival gets underway following a 10:30 a.m. flag-raising at City Hall, on Saturday, June 18. The Pride Parade at 11 a.m. features Grand Marshall Nikki Fenmore. After the downtown parade to celebrate the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, the CNY Pride Festival is scheduled at noon Saturday, at the Everson Museum Plaza. At noon Sunday, June 19, the CNY Pride Picnic st set at Camp Brockway, in Prattâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Falls Park Admission costs $20; 254-2386.

Artists and art enthusiasts enjoy the open-air nature of Art on the Porches last year. The Strathmore neighborhood hosts the 11th Annual Art on the Porches event Saturday, June 18.

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Musicians, artists and food vendors will set up shop on house porches and front yards along Ruskin Avenue between Clairmonte and Summit avenues, for Art on the Porches, between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday, June 18. The outdoor fun is tied to the Strathmore Homes Tour taking place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. that day, in the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s southwest neighborhood surrounding Onondaga Park. Tour tockets cost $8 in advance, and $10 on Saturday;

Best Bets: Music Swingtet perks up Port City

The Anthony Joseph Swinget performs at 7 p.m. Friday, June 17, at Patz on the River, 6 E. First St., in Oswego. Led by clarinetist Tony Joseph, the band features tunes identified with Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw and Louis Armstrong. Admission is free at Patz, where the Swingtet entertains monthly. Future performances there are July 8, Sept. 9, Oct. 7 and Nov. 4; 207-0370;

Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Swingtet will also play a free concert from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, at the Veteranâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Stage in West Linear Park on the Oswgo Riverbank between Old City Hall and Colemanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s.

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Former Rod Stewart sideman Ian McLagan headlines a SongStage Live concert at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 16 at the Catherine Cummings Theater at Cazenovia College, 16 Lincklaen St., in Cazenovia. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll front the Bump Band which includes Syracuse native Jon Notarthomas playing bass. Opening Thursdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s show will be Syracuse Area Music Awards Hall of Famers Gary Frenay and Arty Lenin. McLagan, 66, boasts an impressive rockâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;roll resume. He played keyboards for Faces, Rod Stewart and the Rolling Stones. His Wurlitzer electric can be heard on the Facesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Stay with Me,â&#x20AC;? and the Stonesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; hit â&#x20AC;&#x153;Miss You.â&#x20AC;? His Hammond B-3 is featured on the Small Faces â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ichycoo Parkâ&#x20AC;? and Rod Stewartâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Maggie May.â&#x20AC;?

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Best Bets: Stage Orleans lands in Liverpool

For the first time ever, a national act will appear as part of the Liverpool Is The Place Committee summer concert series at Johnson Park. Orleansâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; original members John Hall, Lance Hoppen and Larry Hoppen will perform their hit songs such as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Still the Oneâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dance with Meâ&#x20AC;? at 7 p.m. Monday, June 20 at the parkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s amphitheater. In case of rain, the concert will move to the Liverpool Community Church auditorium (the former Zogg School) at the corner of Fourth and Hickory streets. Like all LITP concerts, the performance by Orleans here is free; 457-3895.

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Big Splash at the Inner Harbor Herm Card captured last Sunday’s Syracuse Big Splash event, presented by the Finger Lakes CleanWaters Initiative at the Inner Harbor. The highly antifrack crowd enjoyed 10 live bands, including Donna the Buffalo, and, naturally, an abundance of hula hoops. Check out Herm’s photos at facebook. com/theeaglecny. photo: herm card

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“Sound Beat,” the daily 90-second public radio show and companion website originating in the Belfer Audio Archive at the Syracuse University Library, was recently awarded a $15,000 Arts on Radio and Television grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. The radio show uses historic sound recordings from the 1890s through the 1960s, along with back stories, to educate listeners about the arts and history. These forgotten recordings tell us what Americans listened to and laughed at, what they enjoyed and what they valued. “Sound Beat” is a daily glimpse into the American cultural experience that is now being carried by 63 stations nationwide.  To listen to Sound Beat episodes online, visit or for a link.

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William Nottingham High School Candidates for graduation Ahmed Abdi Hussein Abdi Jamar Adams Fardosa Aden Hassan Aden Dovenin Agbossoumonde China Agnew Yahumara Aguirre Kohinur Aktar Ashwak Alanzi Miguel Alberti Aaron Alexander Abdirahman Ali Adrien Allen Polich Anyek Donald Armstrong Aghiles Bacha Hany Balwi Zachary Barber Daniel Barbour Keshavi Baskota Dal Basnet Kawana Bates Robert Baum Tiana Bell Mirsada Berisa Monique Betts Gayatri Bhattarai Kamal Bhattarai Nabin Bhattarai Rewoti Bhattarai Sanju Bhattarai Abu Bility Lossine Bility Christopher Bonner Elmedina Bratic Dwayne Britt Ayanna Broadus Jamar Brown Lirann Brown Dylan Brutcher Lynece Bullock Nyatwa Bullock Anthony Campbell Natyia Campbell Nathaniel Carlson Valencia Carpenter Bria Carter Brionne Carter Jordan Cespedes Bindhya Chhetri Marlin Chisolm Yarielyz Cirino Imani Coleman Lloyd Colton Seth Colton Sadari Comer

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Looking to buy a home? It’s Territory Mortgage to the rescue Seminars held to assist home buyers By Jennifer Wing In today’s difficult housing market, the prospective homeowner is faced with a much more rigorous set of criteria for mortgage pre-approval than in years past, yet many real estate agents will not take on clients without it. So, what is someone who is ready to make that important, life-changing purchase to do? That is where Mark Holzhauer, licensed mortgage broker with Territory Mortgage in Baldwinsville, comes in. Territory Mortgage has been servicing Central New York for more than 10 years. “Although it is difficult to buy a house in this market, we are here to help,” Hozhauer said. “We work with the homebuyer to help make their dream of owning a home come true.” To that end, Territory Mortgage and Century 21 Leah’s Signature will host a Home Buyer’s Seminar at 7 p.m. Thursdays June 16 and June 30 at Century 21 Leah’s Signature office, 8563 Oswego Road in Baldwinsville. The seminar will address many issues both first-time and repeat homebuyers can expect to face, from gaining pre-approval on a loan to decid-

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On with the shows Badlands collective performance space writes new chapter in Syracuse’s punk, hardcore history By Ami Olson The start of a monthly meeting at Badlands is a little bit like picking teams for gym class. Westin Czerkies stands with a dry-erase marker in front of a calendar of upcoming events the new arts venue has booked. Beside the dates of the most anticipated shows, volunteers have already scribbled their names to work the events, taking money at the door or manning the merchandise table. Now Czerkies reads the dates and lineups of each of the leftover shows, the events no one is particularly excited about, and waits. There is some back-and-forth, all of the “I’ll have to checks” and “I think I cans” to be expected for a volunteer-run non-profit. But the process takes all of 10 minutes, and the group moves on to other agenda items: finding fans to cool the space in the summer, stocking the mini-fridge with cold drinks, expanding the zine library and building a bigger shelf to display for-sale records. It’s been a little more than six months since Badlands, a tiny music and arts collective at 1007 E. Fayette St., hosted its first event, an all-vegan Thanksgiving potluck dinner and fundraiser. Since then, Badlands has set the stage for upwards of 30 of happenings, mostly hardcore, punk and indie shows, maintaining a strict allages show policy, (which means no booze or other “druggery,” as one member puts it), and aims to provide a cheap, reliable and safe space for performances of all kinds. Located in the same building as SU’s student-run Spark Art Space, Badlands is the sort of place you probably can’t find unless you already know it’s there. (Oh, that’s also on the agenda for the monthly meeting: signage.) But to hear the founders and members talk about why and how Badlands came to be, the venue seems to be filling a niche so long lacking that one begins to wonder, what took so long? “We’re all in bands, we all do shows and there wasn’t really an affordable place to do shows in town,” says Josh Smith, a Badlands founder and musician. “So we decided to start this.”

House shows — shows staged in residential houses, in residential neighborhoods — have been the go-to for underground acts or touring bands without a huge fan base in Syracuse. But the demands of hosting house shows means most places are one-and-done. “Throughout Syracuse’s history, especially in the punk scene, there’s been a few houses that have done house shows that exist for a little while and then shut down,” says Josh Smith, a Badlands founder and musician. Most recently, Smith says, house venues Castle Rockmoore and 560 Allen Street, (“one was a basement and one was an attic”) closed their doors to the small-scale show scene. And while venues like Lost Horizon and Westcott Community Center continue to book bands that can draw a big crowd, there were few options for lesser-known bands. It’s easy to understand why that model isn’t sustainable: hosting shows in your house is exhausting, even when you like the shows that are going on, Czerkies says. And then, of course, there are the neighbors. It’s the natural cycle of things: houses host some shows, maybe only one, then another pops up, for a while, and then the next. But Badlands is attempting to change that by providing a consistent, reliable space to the community, says Ryan Canavan. “That’s not to say that there aren’t places in Syracuse to have underground music on a smaller scale,” Canavan says. He’s been booking shows for over a decade, and runs a small label, Hanging Hex Music. Part of Badlands’ appeal, he says, is that it’s completely run by people involved in the community it caters to. “The people involved here are people who already have a long history of promoting shows,” Canavan says. “We all knew how to get the word out about the show, now you just have to get to the place where it’s happening.” Another big draw? “It’s cheap!” Czerkies says. The optional membership includes $1 off at the door of every show, voting rights and free coffee in exchange for annual dues, currently $30. Renting the space costs 35 percent of the

Kayla Sergio’s hand-painted sign, top, hangs at the back of the performance area at Badlands. Flyerstorm, a weekend exhibit of show fliers from 25 years of underground punk and hardcore music in Syracuse, drew a crowd in May, above. door with a minimum of $50. “If you do a show and it bombs you have to pay us $50,” says Smith. By comparison, Spark Art Space next door costs $150 a night, and booking at Westcott Community Center costs $60 an hour. Canavan points out those prices are still not outrageous, but are a lot of money for bands who might only get a dozen people in the door. “There are still shows that should happen at Westcott Community Center, and do,” Smith says. “Bigger shows, we can’t host them, and it’s nice to go to shows at Westcott community Center. Some shows should happen there, just the way some shows should happen at Lost Horizon and some shows should happen at Spark.” “But if you’re expecting 30, maybe 40, people this is the perfect spot to have it,” Canavan adds. The support Badlands organizers have experienced in only the first few months has

been telling. The space runs on rental fees and money made at the door, membership fees and donations, and Canavan, Czerkies and Smith all have stories of people who don’t necessarily have time to attend shows but have donated to the venue’s cause. “Again it’s a new space and its run completely by people who are within that community so that’s an appeal for a lot of people, Canavan says. “We had a lot of support right from the get-go.” Though Badlands was founded primarily to provide reliable space for the hardcore and punk community, the space has hosted a range of genres and events. “Last month we had a ska show, the Flyerstorm art show, a straight-up, all-out metal show and a couple college indie rock bands,” Canavan says. “It’s been quite a wide variety, which is great, and I think that’s cool, but by and large our focus is on punk shows.” The space is as much a music venue as it is a community center for a scene that ▷



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The art of the show flier




In May, Badlands volunteers Ryan Canavan, Weston Czerkies and Enrique Blanco organized Flyerstorm, a three-day showing of hundreds of show fliers, many from Canavanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s personal collection. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So many great bands have passed through, (especially in small, intimate settings) over the years and people tend to forget that, or take it for granted,â&#x20AC;? Canavan said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When everyone uses Facebook invites to promote events â&#x20AC;&#x201D; while a good tool for promotion â&#x20AC;&#x201D; nothing strikes me more than a good flier to advertise for said event.â&#x20AC;? Canavan, who says heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s is â&#x20AC;&#x153;quite obsessiveâ&#x20AC;? about keeping fliers from every show he attends, has collected nearly 20 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; worth of fliers from past shows. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Not only that, but I have designed fliers for all the shows I ever booked, as well as many for other promoters, too,â&#x20AC;? he adds. Displaying a quarter-century of fliers was a way of documenting the punk and hardcore community in Syracuse, how itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s changed over the years, and how it hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We took a couple months to plan it out and I think we did pretty well... Â especially for three guys who never attempted to hang an art gallery showing before,â&#x20AC;? he adds. Did you miss Flyerstorm? Avoid repeating this tragic mistake by staying up-to-date with Badlands events at badlandssyracuse.

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‘Die Another Death.’ 6:45 PM. Interactive comedy-mystery dinner theater by Acme Mystery Theater Company. Spaghetti Warehouse, 689 N Clinton St. $32.50 plus tax and tip.


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60/60 at Everson. 5:30-7 PM. Everson Mem-

‘The Vanishing of the Bees.’ 7 PM. Documentary examines alarming disappearance of honeybees and its impact. Art Rage Gallery, 505 Hawley Ave. $5 suggested. Gracious Sakes Alive. Doors at 9 PM, show at 10. Indie/pop, with Black Throat Wind, Leylines. Westcott Theater. $. Thewestcott-

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Wildlife Walks. 7 PM. Beaver Lake Nature Center. 638-2519.


‘Click, Clack, Moo: Cows that Type.’ 7 PM. Gifford Family Theatre presents musical based on award-winning book. Coyne Center for the Performing Arts, Le Moyne College. $10-$15. 445-4523 for tickets. ‘At First Sight.’ 7:30 PM. An accidental encounter in the cocktail lounge of a posh hotel with a man who sweeps her off her feet and then disappears, leaves 51-year-


old Julia Goldman with much more than just a fond memory. First Presbyterian Church of Baldwinsville, 64 Oswego St. Baldwinsville. $12-$15. ‘Arsenic and Old Lace.’ 8 PM. Sisters Abby and Martha hide a dark and terrible (and hilarious) secret in their Victorian Brooklyn home. Atonement Stage, 116 W. Glen Ave. $15-$18. ‘Psycho Beach Party.’ 8 PM. Teenage tomboy or sexually voracious vixen? Beach party epic meets Hitchcockian psychological thriller; for mature audiences. Jazz Central, 441 E. Washington St. $10. ▷


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Don’t Feed the Actors Dinner Theater. Dinner at 6:45 PM, show at 8. Audience-interactiv improv comedy. Fire and Ice Banquet Hall, The Locker Room, 528 Hiawatha Boulevard. $20 single, $38 couple, $10 show only.


Junior Cafe Scientifique. 9:30-11 AM. Interactive science talk for kids in grades 6-12. MOST. Free. Pre-register. 425-9068.

Bringing Out Their Wild Side. 10 AM -4:30 PM. A day of animal enrichment and learning featuring demonstrations and discoveries. Rosamond Gifford Zoo. Free with zoo admission. 435-8511. New France Day. 11 AM-4 PM. Travel back in time to enjoy spinners, trading post, fur trade, music and more. Sainte Marie Among the Iroquois. $3/adults, $2.50/ seniors, $2/children, 5 and under free, $10/family. 453-6768. Magic Circle Children’s Theater. 12:30 PM. Interactive children’s theater featuring Snow White. Spaghetti Warehouse, Syracuse. $5/person. Pre-register. 449-3823.


Juneteenth Festival. Featuring Freedom Parade, live entertainment, activities, and cultural foods. Clinton Square. Free. 4229400. Art on the Porches. 11 AM- 5 PM. Greater Strathmore Neighborhood Association hosts art show and sale and celebration of historic neighborhood. Ruskin Avenue, Strathmore. Free. CNY Pride Festival. Noon-5 PM. Commences with flag raising and parade departing from City Hall followed by festival at the Everson Museum Plaza. Free. 378-8744.


Digable Planets. Doors at 7 PM, show at 8. Hip-hop, with UGO Crew, DJ Afar. Westcott Theater. $15.


Farmers Market. 7 AM-2 PM. CNY Regional Market. 422-8647. Morning Bird Walks. 7:30 AM. Beaver Lake Nature Center. 638-2519. Civil War Reenactment. 9:30 AM-4 PM. Character actors, battle reenactment, period novelties, tethered hot air balloon rides, and souvenirs, Jamesville Beach Park. $5/vehicle. (716) 934-7605. Almost Summer Canoe Paddle. ▷



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‘Click, Clack, Moo: Cows that Type.’ 2 & 7 PM. Gifford Family Theatre presents musical based on award-winning book. Coyne

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‘Psycho Beach Party.’ 8 PM. Teenage tomboy or sexually voracious vixen? Beach party epic meets Hitchcockian psychological thriller; for mature audiences. Jazz Central, 441 E. Washington St. $10.

Sunday June 19 Family

Father’s Day Scavenger Hunt. Sainte Marie Among the Iroquois. Free with admission. 453-6768. Father’s Day Galaxy Golf. Noon-5 PM. Free round of science-themed miniature golf

for dads. Sciencenter, Ithaca. $4/other golfers, under 3/free. 607-272-0600.


A Tour of Holy Trinity Church. 2-4 PM. The Preservation Association of Central New York presents tour, discussion of chruch’s history, architecture and stained glass with art and architecture historian Samuel D. Gruber. Holy Trinity Church, 501 Park St. or 569-6761.


Father’s Day Canoe Tour. 8:30 AM. Canoes available for rental or bring your own. Beaver Lake Nature Center. $15, includes ▷


1:30-4:30 PM. Guided paddle for all ages with canoes, paddles, binoculars, and life jackets provided. Montezuma Audubon Center. 2295 State Route 89, Savannah. $7.50/child, $12.50/adult, $40/canoe rental. 365-3588. Weekend Walks With A Naturalist. 1:30 PM. Beaver Lake Nature Center. Free w/admission. 638-2519. Weekend Wildflower Walks. 2-3 PM. Baltimore Woods. 673-1350.



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canoe rental. Pre-register. 638-6519. Civil War Reenactment. 9:30 AM-4 PM. Character actors, battle reenactment, period novelties, tethered hot air balloon rides, and souvenirs, Jamesville Beach Park. $5/vehicle. (716) 934-7605. Daddy O Orienteering Event. 11 AM-1 PM. Short, medium, and long course along with instruction for beginners. Pratt’s Falls. $8. 458-6406. Weekend Walks With A Naturalist. 1:30 PM. Beaver Lake Nature Center. Free w/admission. 638-2519. Weekend Wildflower Walks. 2-3 PM. Balti-

more Woods. 673-1350.


‘Arsenic and Old Lace.’ 2 PM. Sisters Abby and Martha hide a dark and terrible (and hilarious) secret in their Victorian Brooklyn home. Atonement Stage, 116 W. Glen Ave. $15-$18.

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Teen Book Discussion Group. 7 PM. For grades 6 and up. Dewitt Community Library. Free. Pre-register. 446-3578.


DivorceCare Support Group. 7 PM. Northside Baptist Church. 7965 Oswego Road, Liverpool. 652-3160. GriefShare Support Group.  7 PM. Northside Baptist Church. 7965 Oswego Road, Liverpool. 652-3160.


Wellness Walking Group. 9 AM. Beaver Lake Nature Center. Free w/admission. 638-2519.

Tuesday June 21 Family

Sciencenter Animal Time. 10:30 AM. Animal-related story and craft for toddlers and preschoolers. Sciencenter, Ithaca. Included with admission. 607-272-0600. Communicating With Your Child. 5:30-7:30 PM. Parenting workshop. Children’s Consortium, 2122 Erie Blvd East, Syracuse. $15. Pre-register. 471-8331.


‘New Approaches to Women’s Health.’ 6:30-8 PM. Crouse Hospital hosts seminar about advances in women’s health. Marley Education Center, 765 Irving Ave. Free, parking at Marley Education Center and Crouse Hospital garages. Registration ▷



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Downtown Farmerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Market. 7 AM-4 PM. Clinton Square. 422-8284. Nature on Wheels. 1:30 PM. Hop on the NOW mobile to see places you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t reach by foot. Beaver Lake Nature Center. $2.50. Pre-register. 638-2519. Farmers Market. 4-8 PM. CNY Regional Market. 422-8647. Corporate Challenge Race. 6:20 PM. Onondaga Lake Park. $30/person. Pre-register. 446-6285.

Wednesday June 22 Family

Kiddie CafÊ. 10 AM-2 PM. Puzzles, coloring, kids music, snacks, and fun. Fayetteville Free Library. 637-6374. Teen Game Day. 2 PM. Dewitt Community Library. 446-3578. Teen Art Program. 4-6 PM. Liverpool Art Center. 101 Lake Drive, Liverpool. $60/ month. 234-9333. Pokemon for Beginners. 6:30 PM. Bring plenty of energy and basic cards and learn how to play Pokemon. For ages 7-11. Onondaga Free Library. Pre-register. 492-1727.


High Point. 6:45-8:15 PM Wednesdays. Faithbased songs, games, and activities for kids in kindergarten through grade 5. Community Wesleyan Church. 112 Downer St, Baldwinsville. Free. 638-2222.

The Trews. Doors at 7 PM, show at 8. Rock, with Autumn Fire, Tommy Connors, Dirty Frank. Westcott Theater. $10.


East Side Farmers Market. 2-7 PM. Westcott Community Center. Morning Bird Walks. 7:30 AM. Beaver Lake Nature Center. 638-2519. Wellness Walking Group. 9 AM. Beaver Lake Nature Center. Free w/admission. 638-2519. CNY Triathlon Club Training Series. 5:30 PM. Jamesville Beach Park. $. 727-2538.

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Business Impacts of Health Reform: Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s happening now.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 8-10 AM. Discussion about impacts federal health care legislation has on small businesses. CenterState CEO, 572 S. Salina St. $20, CEO members; $30, non-members. 470-1997 or



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