Archive for November, 2012

I can’t believe I’ve never written about Harrison Bakery before. This is my favorite bakery in the Syracuse area, located at 1306 West Genesee Street, an area of town that’s suffered some losses in business lately and has some long term road construction going on; at least I think it’s road construction, since an entire […]

Last week I went to Onondaga Lake Park with my friend Scott Thomas to walk the Lights On The Lake event, which is normally a drive through event. Usually they open things up with a walking event, and this year they had two nights, with the second night being a dog walk as well. We […]

This blog must truly be a labor of love. I’ve finally reached 100 posts; this is actually #101. It’s been an interestingly slow and steady ride since I wrote my first post on why the name Syracuse Wiki and what I hoped to do with it. That it’s taken me almost 2 years to get […]

What a glorious day November 10, 2012 was at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse New York. That was the day, which was actually yesterday, the Syracuse Orange lived up to the expectations most of us felt they deserved at the beginning of the season by beating 8th, 9th, or 11th-ranked Louisville (depending on which ranking […]

Last Sunday my friend Scott Thomas called and said he had an extra ticket to the Syracuse Crunch hockey game and wanted to know if I wanted to go. I hadn’t been to a hockey since 1982 from what I remembered, and figured that it was time to experience it once more, especially with a […]