CoreLife Eatery Opens Second Location near SU

By Jaspreet Gill CoreLife Eatery’s new location is just a short drive away from Syracuse University’s campus. Located in DeWitt, this marks the health-food restaurant chain’s second location in Syracuse and the 48th location in the country. The chain operates by a “you are what you eat” mentality, offering fresh, nutritious food for their customers…

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Medley Mix: Nov. 30th – Dec. 2nd

Medley Magazine’s weekly round-up of what to do around the city this weekend. by Micah Castelo   TASTE Dec. 1: CoreLife Eatery Grand Opening CoreLife Eatery, 5743 Widewaters Pkwy., Ste. 100, Syracuse. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Prices vary. This beloved health food chain is finally welcoming patrons to its second Syracuse-area location. If you’ve never been,…

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Spooky Syracuse: What to Do This Halloween

By Elizabeth White Looking for a fun, cheap, and spooky Halloween party in Syracuse? Here’s what happening around town on Oct. 31. Halloween Night at Studio 54 (308 W Genesee St) Doors open 10 p.m. The party will feature DJ Clips and DJ Kid Solo. There will be a contest for scariest, sexiest and most…

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Toner Award Winners Talk Reporting in the Age of “Fake News”

By Elizabeth White National enterprise reporter Stephanie McCrummen and senior video producer Thomas LeGro visited the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications on Tuesday to talk about their reporting for The Washington Post that earned them the 2018 Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting. Along with four other colleagues from The Post, the winning…

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Michael Weber: Newhouse Student to Academy Award Nominee

By Sajida Ayyup For his most recent screenplay, Michael Weber found himself taking notes from Tommy Wiseau, the man widely recognized for creating one of the worst films ever made. The screenplay written by Weber and his partner, however, was nominated for the prestigious Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. And although “The Disaster Artist”…

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ArtRage Exhibit Gives a Face to Homelessness

By Elizabeth White ArtRage, Syracuse’s non-traditional art gallery that invites artists from all over the globe, recently exhibited “Invisible People.” This exhibition shows the faces of individuals whom society has forgotten: the homeless. “Invisible People” features large-scale portraits of homeless individuals that Californian artist Neil Shigley encountered in San Diego. Each portrait is displayed with…

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