Top 5 Most Read Stories of the Week
by Ty Marshal - Sunday, November 3rd, 2013

Most Read New Times Stories of the Week (10/30-11/03)

Here are the Top 5 Most Read New Times Stories of the Week. You read em’, we tallied em’ – so here they are starting with number five! Click the title or the photo to read the story.

You can still find a fresh Syracuse New Times on stands every Wednesday!

#5 UFO’s Trick or Treat


Cheryl Costa brings us a weekly blog titled: ‘New York Skies’ – with sightings, stories and reports about anything and everything UFO! This week explore UFO sightings that have occurred on Halloweens past.




#4 Learning Curveball

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Ed Griffin-Nolan’s take on life, politics and society brings us to Sanity Fair! This week Ed welcome’s you to the second Stephanie Miner mayoral administration. Unless you see Kevin Bott or Ian Hunter suddenly surging to victory.



#3 Downtown Dining Update


If you haven’t stepped out and about to dine in downtown Syracuse lately, you might find a few things have changed – as well as some new options. Margaret McCormick brings you up to date coverage on eating downtown.





#2 When Men Are Victims

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Our Cover Story this week deals with unreported cases of female-on male assaults and showcases the hidden face of domestic violence.



#1 What’s In a Name


The nickname of the Washington franchise in the National Football League is offensive to many Native Americans. It won’t be used in the Syracuse New Times in stories about the team, about efforts to persuade the team that it should choose a non-offensive nickname or in stories about New York high school teams that use the same name.



See the Top 5 stories for the week of 11/04 – 11/10 by clicking HERE 



Compiled by Ty Marshal 

Manager of Digital Media at Syracuse New Times 



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