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East Syracuse. East Syracuse Elementary School, 230 Kinne St. Saturday, July 11. 9:30 p.m. 437-3541. Free.
Style is a hard thing to put a finger on. Modern Pop Culture’s here to give you a hand. Don’t bother with megamalls and major brands—they can only help you look like everyone else. Modern Pop Culture is packed with unique choices of apparel and art—and better prices!
Open Monday–Saturday, 3 p.m.–close
1799 Brewerton Road, Mattydale.
Sometimes there is truth in advertising. The pictures on the walls at Mac’s Bad Art Bar are hilarious. Among these rummage sale rejects are matadors, pirate ships, jaguars and butterflies. There are color-by-numbers hoot owls, unicorns in love, families of cute bunnies, weeping clowns, even a crude portrait of Hulk Hogan on black velvet. So, yeah, there really is bad art there. It’s also true that the place serves alcohol and is owned by a guy named Mac.
943 W. Genesee St., Syracuse T - Th 9 - 6, Fri - Sat 9 - 5
Tony Donnelly takes hair very seriously. Years ago he owned a salon in Camillus, but for the last sixteen years he’s called Indianapolis home. During that time he travelled extensively for AG Hair Cosmetics as an international platform artist—constantly absorbing new styles, teaching their execution to others, and working with chemists to develop new products. Now he’s brought that wealth of experience back to Syracuse. His new business is called Medusa Salon, after that ancient Greek who really knocked ‘em dead with a unique ‘do.
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"I ‘m a shoe guy,” is a favorite expression of Paul Karaz, charismatic owner of the women’s shoe boutique in Fayetteville. Or, as his advertisements say, he’s “a little obsessed with shoes.” After being in the business for 32 years and owning 6 stores in the local area over the years, he’s more than a fan; he’s an expert.
414 E. Genesee St., Fayetteville. 663-0200.
402 Old Liverpool Road, Liverpool. 413-0475. Closed Sunday and Monday. Open at 4 except on Fridays (open at 3) and Saturday (open at 6). www.myspace.com/caddyshacktavern
Here at the Caddy Shack Tavern, it’s always party time. A good attitude and a sense of humor are what you really need these days; the Caddy Shack has both. Everywhere you turn in there is a reminder not to take yourself so seriously: Laurel and Hardy lamps, little alligators, screwball comedy posters (three guesses), novelties like the Jingle Jugs. With a mascot like that goofy gopher, what else would you expect?
300 S. Main St., N. Syracuse 13212
"Progress hasn’t changed cigars, and that’s how we like it,” says Antonio Barbieri of Barbieri’s Newsstand & Cigar Shop. “Tobacco is still grown the same way, aged the same way, hand-rolled and enjoyed just as it was hundreds of years ago.” Antonio and his uncle, Benny, run their business the old-fashioned way too: beat the competition’s price and provide unbeatable service.