Each week, we tally the numbers to bring you the Top 5 Most Read Stories of the Week on SyracuseNewTimes.com. As tastes and interests change, so do the Top 5. Whether it’s a story about an athlete coming back or a blog about food, Syracuse New Times readers click and read the stories that are meaningful to them.
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Click on the titles below to read the full story. (Note: New Times Digital Media Manager, Ty Marshal is in a spotty Internet spot, so there are no photos to accompany the stories this week).
Showing up in the Top 5 over the past few weeks, this interview with Gilbert Baker, creator of the rainbow flag has taken the Internet by storm.
Carl Mellor explores both sides of the easel of the Open Figure Drawing group, now in their 25th year.
Christopher Malone’s weekly dose of caffeinated words (The Inevitable Coffee Ring/Tuesdays, online) gets cookin’ in the kitchen on hazy summer days. #foodporn
A meaty title for a meaty article. New Times foodie, Margaret McCormick gets into Side Hill with this NSFV (not safe for vegetarians) article.
Ed Griffin-Nolan tells the touching story of student athlete Wendell Williams, whose path to glory is fostered by his mother and a childhood mentor.