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Defining Our Terms I don’t remember when I first heard the term “trickle-down economics.” Wikipedia associates the term with “Reaganomics” and “laissez-faire capitalism,” a term I first heard in social studies class and in relation to Theodore Roosevelt’s campaign to break up monopolies. Vertical monopolies controlled all supply and production aspects of their businesses while horizontal monopolies took over other businesses to eliminate compe-

Buzzwords, memes and platitudes can stereotype and then marginalize people. tition and fix market prices. The French term “laissez-faire” translates roughly as “let it go” or “let it pass.” Laissez-faire economics allowed for free markets but not unbridled greed; Republicans, Democrats and Progressives disagreed about limits. I also remember this: back when my teacher wrote “laissez-faire” on the blackboard, the boys in the back of the classroom snickered and whispered, “you’re laissez-faire” and

Neuro linguistic theory attempts to describe how we perceive and communicate our thoughts through language. “I’d like to laissez-faire you.” Different people focus on different things. Neuro linguistic theory attempts to describe how we perceive and communicate our thoughts through language. We think about ourselves and our experiences using the words and concepts we know at that time. When most infants are trying to personally address “Mama” and “Dada,” they are also noticing the vibrations, facial expressions and tones of voice associated with the judgements “good” and “bad.” What is good, bad or neither differs in different situations. Words have the power to comfort, threaten and convince. It helps to know the meaning and origins of the words and terms that we use and to pay close attention to words spoken to us and about us. Buzzwords, memes and platitudes can stereotype and then marginalize people. The term “white privilege” popped up in many places during the 2016 presidential campaign. Many “white” people, perhaps the very white people who provided the current president with enough votes to leverage an Electoral College defeat of the candi-

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Jennifer Lawrence plays an unnamed woman (I’ll refer to her here as Mother) who lives in an old home NOW PLAY ING with her unnamed husband (Javier Bardem, who I’ll refer to him as Poet.) We TABLE by BRIAN MILLER HOPP learn that he is a writer who ING is in the throes of a nasty case of writer’s block, while she is a homemaker who has made it her mission to rebuild her husband’s I vividly remember sitting in a movie theater in 1999 as the end credits for REQUIEM home from the ground FOR A DREAM began to roll. I’m certain I have referenced this singular event on more up. The house had been than one occasion, because it was such a transformative moment in my fledgling love heavily damaged by a fire, for cinema. My jaw was planted firmly to the floor, and I knew that I had just witnessed and Mother is determined the work of one of the most innovative and fearless filmmakers on the planet. Up until to restore the structure to that point, Darren Aronofsky had achieved a moderate amount of success with his its former glory. The couple independent hit PI, but nothing could have prepared me, and audiences everywhere, for seem to live an isolated, the shocking, vicious, and unfiltered glimpse into the horrors of addiction that unfolded minimalist existence, so, during REQUIEM. Since then, Aronofsky has had his share of creative hits (THE WRESTLER, when two unexpected visiBLACK SWAN) and misses (NOAH) but whether you are a fan or not, there is no debating tors (Ed Harris and Michelle that the man makes movies that are unlike anything else you’re likely to see in the main- Pfieffer) arrive, Mother feels stream. As divisive as the majority of his films have been, there is no doubt that his latest immediately uncomfortventure, MOTHER!, is the destined to be the most polarizing of all. able. The Poet, on the other

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“I owe you,” or promissory note – but actual value was in goods, particular goods that were durable. Sure, you might be “paid” or goods or services in salt (hence the term, “salary,” as salt once had enormous value for flavoring and preserving food), or you might be paid in Remember Bitcoin? bushels of food stuffs, like barley or wool. It’s not gone, exactly, but it didn’t replace currency or regular, on-the-grid exchanges And of course, treasure in the form of gold, jewels, weapons and that type of thing had of “money” as predicted. (Though reports of its demise are greatly exaggerated, and it both intrinsic value, and value as a signal of wealth and power. Governments stamped continues to make strides into real world “monetary” exchanges.) bits of gold and silver with the likeness of an emperor that could be used as buying power: I’ll give you this stamped bit of gold in exchange for a tankard of ale. (Of course, the bit of gold needn’t be stamped, but it was a way of assuring that the bit of metal was gold.) Eventually, banks were established. The banks kept the treasure, presumably under carefully protected control. And in exchange, the banks issued notes that people could trade – whoever held the note at the end of a series of trades could, if he chose, take it to the bank that issued the note and demand its value in gold (or silver, or whatever the “standard” might be).  Finally, the governments of various nations took it on themselves to grant a “charter” to a given bank to print and control the paper that was issued. This bank became the central, or official, bank of that government – and each nation had its own paper money. I won’t wander off into counterfeiting and all the problems attendant with paper money – but when things got really complicated was when “money” (paper scrip) was divorced from actual, physical gold held in the vaults in a bank (or a You can enter into the Bitcoin world with something as simple as selling a book and treasury) and became mere accepting Bitcoin in exchange. representation of a share in the presumed wealth of a nation. The paper, and more so the coin, took Let’s take a (very short) dive into “money,” though fair warning: I’m no financial expert on a power of its own as representative of and I find a lot of this confusing, so to a degree, I’m writing this article as much for myself some assumed value; if the assumed value as for you, dear reader. Once upon a time there was no “scrip,” or paper money. There might be a written

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Mother continued from pg 6 hand, is more than willing to invite the strangers into their home with open arms. As uneasy as Mother is about the arrangement, she plays the role of dutiful wife and abides by her husband’s wishes. If you go into MOTHER! expecting to witness a typical psychological thriller or homeinvasion horror flick, you’re going to be very disappointed. In fact, I’d be remiss if I didn’t warn you; you’re going to be downright furious. The first half of Aronofsky’s film plays out like a fairly straight forward affair, but as the number of guests who arrive at the isolated farmhouse begins to grow, so do the complexities of the production. Your capability of enjoying MOTHER! will solely depend on your ability to keep an open mind, and whether or not you are willing to abandon convention. Lawrence gives another dynamic, brazen performance that exemplifies why she is one of the most sought after and accomplished performers in Hollywood. She is a starlet who is comfortable and convincing in popcorn blockbusters like THE HUNGER GAMES, X-MEN and PASSENGERS, Although timid and soft spoken in the early goings, as the story progresses, she grows increasbut can also command the screen in ventures like SILVER LINING’S PLAYBOOK and WINTER’S ingly frustrated and frantic. BONE. With MOTHER! she provides a turn that, regardless of your overall opinion of the film itself, is undeniably raw and intense. Although timid and soft spoken in the early goings, as the story progresses, she grows increasingly frustrated and frantic. Strangers pile into her home at an alarming rate, with no real explanation of why they or there, or when they will leave. These nameless entities tear down her fragile walls and upturn her careful constructed sense of isolation. As they do, Lawrence goes through a remarkable transformation. Feelings of fear, fury, tolerance, and hate rage through her, and she is more

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Blockchain continued from pg 7 declined, the paper you held could buy less, and of course vice versa. Now, enter credit cards. A credit card could be used as your promissory note: give me the goods and I promise to pay. But all the messy details of the actual transfer of wealth from me to you in exchange for the good I accept today are kept in great, invisible ledgers, once literal ledgers and now just bits and bytes in encrypted “vaults” of information – and for each transaction, the credit card issuer skims a thin slice of the transaction for the convenience of two parties not having to actually trade paper money. Paypal and other services rose up to challenge credit cards, or more precisely debit cards, in that they linked a transaction directly to a bank and the buyer was debited im-

stash in exchange). Bitcoin isn’t identical, but the concept of peer-to-peer is the same: there is no middleman. You have something I want, you accept Bitcoin, I have a store of Bitcoin, and I transfer some to you in exchange for whatever that thing of yours is that I want. In so doing, I by-

Paypal and other services rose up to challenge credit cards, or more precisely debit cards, in that they linked a transaction directly to a bank and the buyer was debited immediately... mediately, the seller was credited immediately, and the entire exchange was done with relative security. Along comes Bitcoin. Bitcoin is a worldwide cryptocurrency; a cryptocurrency is a digiBitcoin is, essentially, the first decentralized digital currency (no bank, no tal medium of exchange (money that’s just bits of information, nothing “real”). Bitcoin is, central repository - and importantly – no single administrator). essentially, the first decentralized digital currency (no bank, no central repository - and importantly – no single administrator). It is nation-free, bank-free exchange. The Bitcoin system is peer-to-peer (do you remember when we traded music that way pass things like taxation (on my wealth, on our exchange) regulation (you’re too young and drove the music industry daft? You could put a song, digitally, in a “location” which, if to buy that item!), and a public record accessible by The Authority. Records are kept of these exchanges on distributed ledgers (which is to say, bits and I had the location, I could download, sometimes having to upload some music from my

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pieces of the ledger are scattered and housed, redundantly, on a variety of computers, as packets of information, with instructions on how to assemble themselves into something coherent when called upon to do so. The public distributed ledger is called a blockchain. “Approximately six times per hour, a new group of accepted transactions, a block, is created, added to the blockchain, and quickly published to all nodes. This allows bitcoin software to determine when a particular bitcoin amount has been spent, which is necessary in order to prevent double-spending in an environment without central oversight. Whereas a conventional ledger records the transfers of actual bills or promissory

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“Approximately six times per hour, a new group of accepted transactions, a block, is created, added to the blockchain, and quickly published to all nodes. notes that exist apart from it, the blockchain is the only place that bitcoins can be said to exist in the form of unspent outputs of transactions.” (Wikipedia) You can enter into the Bitcoin world with something as simple as selling a book and accepting Bitcoin in exchange. Now you have some Bitcoin – a non-governmental, nonphysical “value” that exists on a digital ledger can which can be exchanged for other stuff where Bitcoin is accepted. As the system that enabled Bitcoin, the extended usefulness of a blockchain became readily apparent.  “Each “block” typically contains a hash pointer as a link to a previous block, a timestamp and transaction data. By design, blockchains are inherently resistant to modification of the data. A blockchain can serve as “an open, distributed ledger that can record transactions between two parties efficiently and in a verifiable and permanent way.” For

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Fright Nights at the Fair continued from pg 10

I saw two large storage areas filled with racks of costumes, and Grazie that wasn’t even the entire stock. “Anyone who works here has fun because they can be anything they want for at least five weeks,” said Grazie with a smile. Grazie and his team take great pride in creating the ultimate Halloween event. There are five major themes for this year:

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My personal favorite was the 3D Pirate Ship. Even in the daylight, the artistry is prescontinued on pg 40

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The Write Stuff by NANCY ROBERTS

Shadows of the Western Door by Mason Winfield published in 1997 I came across this book in my mother’s extensive library as we were packing her house up when she downsized. It was a signed copy, so I presume she met the author. I had been aware that Western New York was awash in mystical places and happenings – if you consider the region from roughly Seneca Lake across to Lake Erie, and encompassing the full height of the state, from Lake Ontario down to the Pennsylvania border, you will have The Fox Sisters, Lilydale, Roycroft, Murder Hill and the odd town of Friendship. Digging deeper still, though, we learn that the city of Buffalo, much like Washington, DC, is laid out with a presumable purpose (DC supposedly recreates the Masonic compass and square), and some think the same might be said of Buffalo. But the mysteries of the Western Door date back a good deal further than the founding of Buffalo —and include the Seneca Nation, the Author Mason Winfield mysteries of the “White” and the cover of his Natives, and signs and indications of early Celtic book about the hauntand/or Viking visitations ings of Western NY. to the region— including stones with perfectly manufactured holes in them, that were found at a time and in a place where no such artifact of its kind should have been found, within the capability of visitors from another continent, but not within the capacity of the indigenous people to create. Winfield explores the regions many UFO Call ahead sightings, Bigfoot and other mystery monsters, and proto-crop circles (pre-1920s, so for

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well before the crop circle craze). Broken into sections more or less along general topics, he reserves one section for the many haunted locations – standard “spooks,” including haunted Fort Niagara (I have visited there myself, and can attest to its odd feel, though much of that is probably due to some of the gruesome stories about the treatment of prisoners there), and of course of large segment about the Fox Sisters, who summoned “Mr. Splitfoot,” and who learned the many tricks of the Spiritualism fashion that swept the region in the mid-1800s (casting one’s voice, lifting a table with a conveniently placed knee, cracking a knuckle near a resonant background to amplify its sound), and the slightly more credible though much less famous Davenport Brothers. What compendium of mystical happenings at the Western Door would be complete without Joseph Smith, his tablets, mysterious glasses, and visitation from the Angel Moroni, birthing the whole religion of Mormonism, still active to this day – and not without its famous and well-placed adherents? I was amused and intrigued to learn that Father Nelson Henry Tales of the Fox Sisters are part of the mystic. Baker of Lackawanna (near Buffalo) was associated with Padre Pio-like miracles – amused because he established a home for “wayward children,” with which slightly scary place my sister and I were threatened by exasperated parents when our naughty behavior reached a peak. Reading this book, I couldn’t help wondering if the place where one is raised influences appetites of the imagination. Both my sister and I grew up fascinated by the Thank You for Voting Us unexplained, the paranormal, ghostie Best Book Store in CNY! and ghoulies and things that go bump in the night – and being children of Buffalo, perhaps some of the mysterious nature of the place had its effect on us? If you’re like me and enjoy a good tale OF of the unknown – citing places you can Gently used, rare & out-of print books, actually visit - you can stop at his webhardcovers, paperbacks & vintage comics site: www.hauntedhistoryghostwalks. com/books.html and pick up a book, or • Cash paid for books • check out his Ghost Walk schedule, which includes architecture and hauntings in 2443 James Street • Eastwood (Across from Palace Theatre) • (315) 437-2312 walks and pub crawls in various locations Mon – Sat 10:00 – 6:00 • Sun 11:30 – 5:00 • www.thebooksend.com throughout Western New York.

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Now in 2017 the list of medicines that causes of reduction in blocked arteries remains at 0.0. The statins and drugs like it can slow the progression of blocked arteries but they have not been able to show reduction in blockages. response causes inflammation which manifests as heart disease making your cholesterol sticky, dementia making your brain inflamed, arthritis because of inflammation in the joints etc. If your healthcare provider still believes that statins work by lowering cholesterol they haven’t been doing enough research because statins work by the action of lowering inflammation not lowering cholesterol. The new listed drugs to treat cholesterol these PCSK9 inhibitors lower your cholesterol by 70% which is a very dramatic and yet they lower heart attack rate in people that are at the highest risk but only 1.5%. Very very unimpressive and inconsistent Raw wheat, especially wheat germ, is high in lectins, with around 300 mcg with cholesof wheat lectins per gram. However, it appears that the lectins are almost terol being the completely eliminated by cooking and processing. primary cause of heart disease. As I have said many times it’s not your cholesterol level but how sticky your cholesterol is. Smoking makes cholesterol sticky. Diabetes makes cholesterol sticky. Being a couch potato makes cholesterol sticky. As important, if not more important, may be the foods you are eating. That’s right. You can have a dramatic and profound effect on your health without spending a lot of money at the doctor’s office. You don’t have to join a secret club. You don’t have to take special rare supplements. You don’t have to use a special tool or have a special procedure. You can learn a lot about the diet from YouTube or you can buy the Dr Gundry’s book but that’s about the extent of the expenses. The hardest part of the diet is giving up the stuff that you know and love like wheat, simple sugars, sodas of all types, eggplant, corn, tomatoes, potatoes etc. You give up foods that are not good for you and you get better health, less cancer, less heart disease, less dementia etc. … I think that’s a great trade off. So , if you know anyone who is suffering from poor health or you want to try to improve your health give the low lectin diet a try and see for yourself. Next month we talk about the bugs in your gut … Your biome and how vital they also are to your health and well being. Until then get well … Stay well.

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Democrats should unite behind Juanita and simply stand up to vote for someone who knows what it truly means to be a Democrat and fight for those who need it most here in Syracuse. tossed around like valueless fodder. Let’s talk a little about what a Democrat is and what you will have in City Hall under Juanita Perez Williams. A Democrat will protect their charge from a false prophet. A Democrat is void of lies that disguise racial neglect. A Democrat believes deep in their hearts that all are equal and deed is designed fully embracing that pursuit without rhetoric or cigar DinnerS lies. Democrats believe in LGBT rights with• cigar roLLer in-HouSe out any selective deprivation. LGBT Mar• in Store taStingS riage, Serving in the military. All LGBT rights, completely equal and respected. That is a Democrat. Democrats are Juanita’s Mom and Dad who worked hard in the Farmworkers Movement that gave birth to the United Farmworkers Union which became part of the AFL-CIO. Democrats gave you Social Security that literally removed millions of suffering old folks from the streets. It is Democrats that gave you safe working conditions. Democrats gave you Medicare and Medicaid and the poor and old folks 315-422-9975 stopped dying in agony (–and even today STOP IN FOR the opposing party wants to decimate this “TEXT CLUB DEALS” protection). A Democrat is Juanita Perez Williams, a proud member of the Public Employees Federation (PEF Union). A Democrat believes in a Woman’s right to choose, and never in a million years would a Democrat injure medical support for women in need. tHanK you For Democrats gave you the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993. It is Democrats that gave Voting uS BeSt oF! you a minimum wage and fight constantly 447 N SaliNa St. for wage fairness. It is Democrats that fight LittLe itaLy • SyracuSe every day for the disadvantaged. It is Democrats that will not allow any human being to squander. Republicans demonstrate they don’t even care if the poor have Medical


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treatment. These are the reasons why Democrats were across the street at the Westcott event. It would be a travesty to watch a clear opportunist try to fool those in great need and pretend to share their values when in truth, in any event, their beliefs and interests will be discarded. Juanita’s opponent was brought up as a Republican and is courting Republican votes. You cannot be for and against the principles listed above. Republicans are the party

someone that will fight for the happiness of every single Syracuse citizen and the betterment of every Syracuse neighborhood: Juanita Perez Williams. I recently read articles by two reporters that I hold in high regard. Ken Jackson and Chris Baker. They prompted this article in response. It is my hope, fully understanding, as I have erred similarly, to respectfully make an effort that may help everyone capture what was really going on that day. Our people are at stake. Gentlemen, not only did no wrong take place on Westcott St. but the degrading nature of the Walsh effort to deceive the vulnerable was very wrong. The event demanded a presence of truth. In America’s past, too many grave wrongs endured, from racism of the worst order, to the sublimation of women. These matters were so common that society simply accepted them without even thinking about the gravity of the wrongs. The same principle applies here. We are so used to Political wrongs, that defaming the honor and beliefs of Democrats wasn’t even regarded, even while this defamation was underway and in glaring view. Juanita noticed. Her Dad taught her well. And a true Democratic presence brought all of this to light. It was right and necessary. We are so used to Politicians and their nonsense that we are very suspect. Our lack of trust is ingrained. Even when the elite are under our nose, we are suspect. It is hard to recognize when someone truly very special is in the arena. When that rare individual, that you seldom see in a lifetime is present. The reporters I refer to know what we do with words. We all know we can pick a side and make it look good. Truth and justice is critical to one that knows the pen. I am offering a rare truth. Rare because real embracing, inclusive leadership is rare. Juanita Perez Williams believes with full and beautiful heart in uplifting the neglected, black, brown, yellow and white. I have seen few champions like this in my lifetime. She We need someone that will fight for the happiness of every single Syracuse citizen and the betterment of every Syracuse neighborhood: Juanita Perez Williams.

that has been a very sad force opposing everything listed above. They are the party that claims inclusiveness with words and divisiveness and with deceitful deeds. What happened on Westcott Street was an effort to attract Democrats by duping them. Be sure the entirety of his effort is to deceitfully use people his philosophy neglects, to win. Democrats don’t stand by and watch those capable of this conduct abuse those you love. You will never see the day Ben Walsh will admit he is in favor of what is listed above. He is so far removed from Democrats that this event on Westcott St. was a usurping scandal in dire need of exposure. It was not an honorable political event. It was a disturbing effort claiming a false alliance with voters whose values he does not

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...Not only did no wrong take place on Westcott St. but the degrading nature of the Walsh effort to deceive the vulnerable was very wrong. The event demanded a presence of truth. share. It was wrong and demanded an appropriate presence of real Democrats to expose this shameful event that intended only to use Democrat with good heart that may not understand and be vulnerable. Ben Walsh is not a Democrat. Take the issues above and ask him. It will become very clear. It is very likely that his effort here is more a run for Congress than Mayor. He is supported by a Congressman that served with his Republican Dad that failed to vote on the Auto bail-out. It is clear his support is from great wealth. Please remember, inner cities are poor. Republican philosophy addresses them only in word. Let alone a Republican that looks at our city as a Step. Our bounty will go to those that want his support in Washington. Our city is in need. We cannot afford this status quo nonsense. We need

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Beware the Trojan Horse continued from pg 23 has the heart, the awesome energy, and the talent and compassion of our greatest. I urge you to talk to her more, to listen intently and you will marvel at the intelligence and decency of Juanita. You are needed now. And when she wins and the deeds start taking place you will be needed. The City is about to have a leader that inspires because the people believe that deed will follow. For starters kids will live that otherwise will die. Please peruse Juanita’s 100-day plan at: www.JuanitaforMayor.com I would like to conclude with a brief story. It is a story of hope. Inspired by the presence of a single woman that has won their hearts: Juanita. –Hope that refuses to die in the hearts of those demeaned by the race of their birth, and have suffered the consequences of the status quo, failing over and over again to meaningfully address their plight and leaving them behind. In this arena, over and over again, I found great beauty.

Every now and then a leader comes along, that you all know is far too rare, and I am here to let you know that, that leader is here. Her name is Juanita Perez Williams. If you hear me things will change as never before. Between 1809 East Fayette St. and 2100 East Fayette there are 14 apartment buildings. During the primary, I arose one day and drove to 2100 East Fayette St. There were small crowds everywhere. Young men, women, Mom’s and Dad’s and kids. They were a bit taken to see a white man moving about as I did. I walked up to the first group and said I am here for your future. I explained, every now and then a leader comes along, that you all know is far too rare, and I am here to let you know that, that leader is here. Her name is Juanita Perez Williams. If you hear me things will change as never before. I moved Thanks to Everyone who Voted Us

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or comment from their safety of their armchairs ­—which, sorry folks, is useless— he’s doing something. Pinning him down to chat is impossible, but, I did it. Chuck Schiele: Hey Michael, thanks for taking a minute for Table Hopping. You’ve created a unique purpose for yourself in Syracuse. How would you classify your presence and purpose in the Central New York/Syracuse music scene. Michael John Heagerty: Thank you for the opportunity to be interviewed. Although I’m not a full time promoter, my purpose is clear in the CNY music scene – create unique opportunities and programming for local talent to emerge and be showcased. To assist them in becoming better at the creative promotion/business side while they polish their skills and connect them with like-minded individuals.

When people think of music scenes, naturally they think of musicians, singers, bands bustling to share their music. And that is the right focus. However, there is more to the scene than meets the eye. Lurking in the shadows, behind the curtains, or even in plain sight among the crowd are catalysts that make a scene go. While they, themselves are not necessarily musicians they are often time exactly the grease that musicians and music scenes need. They perpetuate they scene. They help you experience new things in new, fresh ways. We call these people promoters, movers and shakers … I call them instigators. These instigators help you —yeah, that’s right you the reader— citizens of your community do something else. Something exciting from the usual expectation you manufacture from your (yawn … ) comfort zone. Michael John Heagerty is one such fellow. He’s out there. Right now. Making it go. No whining, no excuses and probably receiving more skepticism than cooperation. And in the face of that, he figured out how to make his city a little more exciting by creating ways to make the arts and community thrive together. I haven’t really worked with him, yet, but I will simply because I know we both share the notion … “Ask not what your community can do for you, ask what you can do for your community.” While many bitch Michael John Heagerty is out there. Right now. Making it go.

It was all about offering opportunities to local musicians to play in a unique setting and really get people around Syracuse to understand the primary goal is and always will be supporting the musicians and artists of this area to make the Music Scene whole and therefore increase the primary music economy, making sure that if they play­- they get paid, properly. CS: Tell us about some of the music-oriented events you create. MJH: Weekly series —consistency and accessibility are the big three things I think about when creating events locally. Live entertainment is always a factor. CS: Such as … MJH: Some events that have birthed from these beliefs include: #overpassfest —A weekly Summer-long series that is all about uniting the community and creating collaborations of live #local art and music along the picturesque creekwalk, for all to enjoy. Artists of all sorts are invited to meet at the Onondaga Creekwalk and set up every fifteen feet or so and perform, create, collaborate and jam together. #grillnchill —Utilizing the gorgeous outdoor space at Eleven Waters, local musicians get to perform 4-7pm Wednesday nights with a ‘Backyard BBQ’ vibe. There’s an outdoor continued on pg 30


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Harvest Has Begun Its harvest time here in the Finger Lakes. It began a bit later than last year, but we pick when the grapes are ready. All sorts of variables determine the ripeness of the fruit, like weather and terroir. Some wineries began picking last week. Knapp began with Baco and on the agenda this week were Cayuga, Seyval, Vignoles and Chardonnay. My office is at Knapp and conveniently located upstairs from the bottling room which overlooks the crush pad. That means that, for the next couple weeks of harvest, when people call my office, I have to ask them to speak up in order to hear over the sound of the forklift, tractors, and crusher/destemmer just outside my window. Rough life, I know. That being said, the activity level outside, matches that inside our office. Typically, at this time of year, we’re working closely with our graphic design team to make updates to the Trail Map & Guide. We’re putting transportation and accommodation packages

Some wineries began picking last week. Knapp began with Baco and on the agenda this week were Cayuga, Seyval, Vignoles and Chardonnay.

The harvest has begun at many wineries accross the Finger Lakes region. Many are experiencing a busy time at the vines. Trail office, will have to learn the new Content Management System and then develop a good portion of the new information for the website. We’re in store for an unusually busy fall, but we’re feeling up to the challenge. She and I head up to Syracuse on Monday afternoon to meet with the team that has been developing the site. It will be the first continued on pg 43

together for our events and selling tickets. We’re starting to think about the next year’s promotion and the budget for all that will be done. This typically entails quite a few meetings full of long-range planning with our promotional partners like Finger Lakes Wine Country and Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance, radio groups and TV stations. We’re also keeping our fans updated with what’s going on at the wineries during harvest via our social media pages. All of this is still occurring! On top of all that, we’re working with ABC Creative Group of Syracuse on a brand new CayugaWineTrail.com. It’s an exciting process that we can’t wait to share with you the end result. We’re about to enter the phase of the project where Katherine and I, the strong 2-woman team that runs the Cayuga Lake Wine

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Michael John Heagerty continued from pg 28 bar, a big grill and modular patio seating. Simple but very cool space to use as a venue. #infinitePOP —open free booking of musicians to perform at temporary POP-UP shop. Whether we create series like lunchtime live or guitar league performances with Max Puglisi or had musicians perform at after hour or specialty events. It was all about offering opportunities to local musicians to play in a unique setting and really get people around Syracuse to understand the primary goal is and always will be supporting the musicians and artists of this area to make the Music Scene Whole and therefore increase the primary music economy, making sure that if they play­­—they get paid, properly. CS: What inspires you to take on such tasks? MJH: Every time 10 Minutes From The Casino you create someJOHNNIE’S thing you are taking a risk. Will you PIER 31 put in all the effort and time and then Being a catalyst for more music in Syracuse has been a rewarding experience. watch it fail? I conDeck Dining Overlooking Coming up with new ways to promote musicians and artists is something I’m constantly Beautiful Oneida Lake sider myself lucky thinking about. to have many talClams • Seafood ented friends, most Steaks • Chops Like any music scene, Syracuse has plenty to offer. What it has is long running bands Serving Dinner Specials of which are musithat have paved the way for up and comers to make a go as full-time musicians. What cians and artists and they understand the Hospitality Since 1954! Thruway Exit 34, it needs is more support from area venues and just to be clear my definition of a venue power of collaboration above everything Canastota, NY • 3/4 Mile West of Rt 13. on Rt. 31 else. What inspires me is collaboration. I am is ANYWHERE! A bar, a stage, a park, a sidewalk you name it and music can transform (315) 697-7007 that space. By learning from each other, showing up to each other’s gigs, filling in when the person that connects everyone who www.pier-31.com wants to do something different in this city. a bandmate can’t make it, paying for photographer that documents your show, telling the audience to tip your bartender and giving the sound person credit and mostly being I take that role seriously and truly believe that it is through collaboration and combin- honest about how you were treated at said venue, so everyone can learn and progress together is what we NEED. ing of resources that WE as a music scene CS: What does a healthy art and music scene mean to you? Tell us why you think its move forward. important. CS: Do you play music? If so, what, how, MJH: Art is a proven economic driver. If you invest in the arts that you are encouraging when etc. not only significant improvements and beautifications as well as appreciation, but also MJH: I enjoy seeing live music equally as I enjoy preforming with my friends in a band called ToTs and the Homefries. We make genre bending songs exclusively CATERING & GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE! about potatoes and my role as the MC is to SCARE UP SOME FUN create crispy lyrics for all to enjoy. Although the concept might seem silly the band is leFOR YOUR SPECIAL OCCASION and all-star collection of local musicians. WITH A TACO BAR! gitCS: What are some of the highlights along the way? CATERING MJH: The highlights are watching memoAVAILABLE ries being made. Music is such an integral FOR PARTIES, part of the cultural fabric here and when WEDDINGS you bring local musicians together it’s & MUCH MORE! always beautiful. There are simply too many restoration, tourism and generation of new culture. A healthy scene is one that is treated equally as a public sector as it is an enhancer. specific examples to share! CS: You must have an eight-page business card. CS: As a person who takes his communiOCTOBER Special MJH: The number one question I receive is “What exactly is it that you do?” My answer ty/city seriously, please share your thoughts is this: “I love promoting our city and its culture. By doing what I love I hope to inspire on the arts and music in Syracuse. What it and awaken the hearts of others to do the same.” has … what it needs. CS: How can we stay in touch with your activities and events? MJH: Being a catalyst for more music in ​MJH: @republicof_salt on Instagram Syracuse has been a rewarding experience. 2803 Brewerton Rd. Mattydale Coming up with new ways to promote Michael John Heagerty on facebook CS: Thanks a lot for chatting with Table Hopping. 315-455-5653 musicians and artists is something I’m conMJH: Thank you, Chuck. stantly thinking about. WWW.OLEOLESYRACUSE.COM

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Defining Our Terms continued from pg 4 date who truly won the most votes, never were all that privileged in the overarching socioeconomic reality of history. Trickle-down prosperity never trickled down to everyone. While we like to believe everyone can access a good education and good prospects, value judgements about what’s good guide what we think about those possibilities. Most learning starts in the home and today’s laissezfaire facilitated off-shoring of US jobs has left many households, non-white and white, struggling economically and educationally. In recent years, demographic studies show rising patterns of poverty and overuse of mind-altering substances in “white” and politically right-wing locales while the ages old tradition of assigning blame to scapegoats continues unrecognized and unabated. In family, ethnic and religious systems where might enforces some perceived right, the weakest or most nonconforming members are the first to be targeted when things get uncomfortable for someone more powerful.

Human consciousness manifests as self-talk, sometimes positive, sometimes not.

Adverse childhood experience studies link childhood trauma with health problems that extend into adulthood. Adults define and interpret the first words children learn. It is my belief that poorer girls suffer the most damage in such systems. This past summer, in Oswego County, four people, two men and two women one of whom is the mother, were accused of abusing a ten-year-old girl by withholding food, dousing what food was allowed with hot sauce, and, among other things, forcing the girl to run, tied up, behind a car. CNY Central. com quotes the attorney COUNTRY CLUB defending one of the accused as follows: “They disciplined a child. Disciplining a child out here in this part of the county is a little different than disciplining a child in Fayetteville or Skaneateles. In those places you may discipline a child by removing their iPad or taking away their computer privileges. They chose to discipline the child —she had made some state• Office Parties ments, she was acting out— and they took her for • Christmas Parties a walk to settle her down.” • Sit Down Dinner Two of four news items I read about this case sug• Buffet-Catered to Your Needs gest one of the accused Seating up to 75 people had a tenth-grade education and a third-grade reading level. I found no Call Dave at mention of how the accused might himself have 315-415-4299 or 315-655-4915 been “disciplined” as a child

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• A better nights rest • Improved overall appearance • Improved cardiovascular endurance • More confidence • Increased chance of living longer • Stronger bones and muscles • Increased flexibility and range of motion • Increased energy • Increased libido • Improved quality of life • Improved frame of mind (exercise has both physiological and psychological benefits) • Improved balance and coordination • Increased resistance to infections and disease • Reduced risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer and high blood pressure

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Also in the mix, we’re brainstorming ways that we can celebrate our 35th Anniversary throughout 2018. Our event offerings are expandingin 2018 and we sure know how to celebrate.

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Pumpkin Chili

With Black Beans & Garbanzo Beans Recipe by Julia • JuliasAlbum.com Ingredients:

stock (or water), black beans and garbanzo beans. Add half the cumin and half the chili 1 tablespoon olive oil powder, stir everything well, and season 1 large onion, chopped with salt and pepper. Taste your chili, season 4 garlic cloves, minced some more with salt and pepper if needed. 1 cup pumpkin puree (from the can or homemade) Add the remaining cumin (or more) and 1 cup canned tomatoes remaining chili powder (or more), if desired. 1 cup vegetable stock or water Bring to boil, make sure to stir all ingredients 1 can black beans (15 oz, 425 g) well together to combine flavors and spices. 1/2 can garbanzo beans (7.5 oz, 212 g) or white Reduce to simmer and cook for 20 minutes beans on simmer. 1 tablespoon cumin powder (start with half the amount, and add more, to taste) 2 tablespoons chili powder (start with 1 tablespoon, reduce or add more, depending on your tastes and also on how spicy your chili powder is) Salt and Pepper

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1) In a large pot or skillet, cook chopped onion and minced garlic in olive oil for about 5 minutes on medium heat until soft. 2) Add pumpkin, canned tomatoes (chop them up into smaller chunks), vegetable

3) Serve in soup bowls, garnished with chopped green onion.

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Cattleman’s Cut 24oz. prime rib $25.99 Chicken & biscuits $9.99

Wednesday

thuRsdAY

southern fried Chicken $15.99 sauerbraten $11.99

spaghetti or pasta only $8.99

all you Can eat

all you Can eat

Home of tHe $4.95 Kids meal (eat in only) • Home CooKed lunCH speCials starting at $4.75

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Table Hopping October 2017  

Welcome to the September 2017 Issue of Table Hopping! Hallo...