This Sunday, Oct. 22, the Syracuse Antiques Exchange, 1629 N. Salina St., will be not be another typical day of business for the four-floored mall of unique relics. The family friendly 5th Dimension Party will satisfy those with particular tastes for vintage and desires for the peculiar. The free event, which will begin at noon and run to 4 p.m., is made extravagantly possible by partnerships with Jamie Ann Owens, notably known as the SocietyGurl, and The Salt City Belles & Beaus.
For the second time this year, The Nelson Odeon, which is located atÂ 4035 Nelson Road, Nelson, will be welcoming French instrumentalist Stephane Wrembel back inside its cozy quarters for the second time this year. The internationally known guitarist is becoming more than just a familiar face, but instead a staple in this quaint central New York venue. Both Friday, Oct. 20, and Saturday, Oct. 21, shows begin at 8 p.m.“I’m so glad to be back.
The number “5” comes into play with the Syracuse-based rock quartetÂ The Action! as they will celebrate their fifth and 13-track effort — the appropriately titledÂ 5. On Saturday, Oct. 14, the 7:30 p.m. show will take place at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, at 246 W. Willow St., the central New York city’s barbecue and music joint. The cost for the show is $10 upon entry, but you’ll also walk away with a copy of the album. Matthew Blake and the Blues Dragons and The Causeway Giants kick the evening off.
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