by Ty Marshal - Sunday, February 9th, 2014

Chocolate and freezing temperatures dominate this week’s Top 5

Each week we release the Top 5 Most Read Stories of the Week for the Syracuse New Times digital edition. This week our online readers focused on everything from chocolate to cold weather and some skiing in between!  Starting with Number 5 –Click the title or the photo to read the story.

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#5) Deep Freeze

winterNew Times intern, Xhevrije West is from Texas and attends S.U.. In this story she interviews students from all over the warmer parts of the globe to get their outlook on Central New York’s “Deep Freeze.”




#4) Whistler Stopped

Whistler StoppedSyracuse New Times’ “man on the slopes”  Scott Launt, describes a heart attack on a British Columbia mountain that leads to quick response time by the resort’s staff.




#3) Polar Eclipse 

Jeff KramerSyracuse New Times funny man Jeff Kramer gives us a humorous primer for Atlantans on surviving a dusting of snow.




#2) New York State UFO Sighting Tally for 2013 

New York State UFO Sighting 2000-2013Based on combined MUFON & NUFORC dataNew York Skies writer Cheryl Costa tallies up 2013′s UFO sighting totals, plus some recent sightings that happened in January.






#1) Sweet Success 

Sweet SuccessLanding in the Number One Spot, this week’s cover story is about how Ryan Novak, owner of Chocolate Pizza, achieved his childhood dream and took it to another level.




And there’s so much more….CLICK HERE 

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