Here are the Top 5 Most Read Stories of the Week for the Syracuse New Times digital edition. This week our readers focused on everything from Interstate 81 to the Connective Corridor and some Sports & Fitness too! Starting with Number 5 – Click the title or the photo to read the story.
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Syracuse New Times humor columnist Jeff Kramer gives us 15 things to do when kids are stuck at home in snowy weather. Everything from “Find the Clicker” games to “Television Watching Contests” – Jeff serves up ample ideas with a big dose of funny.
Like many Central New Yorkers – New Times publisher Bill Brod wonders: “Where do we go from here?” with the Connective Corridor. In this article he presents a re-design of the Connective Corridor route maps alongside a public call to action.
Jessica Novak and M.F. Piraino give us an easy 9 minute workout – plus fitness goals for 2014 (provided by some health conscious community members!) Is your New Year’s resolution to get in shape? This article is for you.
You’ve seen the T.V. commercials, the sponsored ads and heard the rumblings of Save 81′s quest to “Save Interstate 81.” New Times senior writer Ed Griffin-Nolan questions Save 81′s questionable polling methods – and there’s more to the story.
We’re starting to think that ‘New York Skies’ blogger Cheryl Costa might be using some sort of advanced alien technology to boost her readership – but more than likely, we think that people enjoy reading about UFO’s. Once again in the top spot is the weekly UFO blog that focuses on the skies of New York.
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