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Dangerous duality: Wilson gives bravura performance in B’ville Theatre Guild’s ‘Jekyll and Hyde’

When you see this musical based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella, “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” you’ll be impressed by the visual recreation of Victorian London, the pitch-perfect singing often rendered in tight harmonies and the rousing 14-piece pit band. What will most impress you, however, will be leading man Henry Wilson in the dual role of the gentle Dr. Jekyll and the violent Mr. Hyde.

North Syracuse community yoga starts March 25

The village of North Syracuse Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a new community yoga session this spring for area residents, ages 15 and older.

Nelson announces plans for 2015 Skunk Hollow Day

This year’s town of Nelson Skunk Hollow Day has been scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at the town office – only a few hours after the annual Mad. Co.W Race concludes at the same location.

F-M Neighbors and Newcomers club invites new members

The Fayetteville-Manlius Newcomers Club would like to welcome new members of the area as well as neighbors who are already here.

Fayetteville Free Library executive director to receive Impact Award

Fayetteville Free Library Executive Director Sue Considine has been selected to receive an Impact Award during the seventh annual Nonprofit Awards presented by M&T Bank.

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Manlius mute swans forbidden to reproduce under new state rules

DEC names swan an “invasive species” and announces plans to eradicate

Under new rules and regulations from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Faye and Manny, the beloved mute swans in the village of Manlius, will not be allowed to reproduce anymore because they are an “invasive species” that needs to be eradicated from the state.

NOPL news: Read a good movie

If you’ve ever watched a movie trailer for a film that was adapted from a book and thought to yourself, “I’m going to read that before the movie comes out,” then you’re not alone.

LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: School superintendent wants to hear from you on Monday

We should all give thanks for Dr. Mark Potter. A few years ago, the longtime Liverpool educator replaced Nick Johns as superintendent of the Liverpool Central School District, and he has been a breath of fresh air all the way around. I’ve even heard a few members of the teachers’ union praising Mark’s open-door policy, pleasant personality and transparent management style.

In brief

Taste of L'pool, Cicero special election canceled

The Taste of Liverpool festival (March 11) and the town of Cicero's special election (March 31) have been canceled.

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Faugh a Ballagh! (Clear the way!)

6th Annual Irish Road Bowling Tournament set for March 15

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, the Irish Road Bowling Tournament returns for its sixth round March 15 at Onondaga Lake Park.

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Baldwinsville History Mystery: Do you know anything about this picture?

Contact Editor Sarah Hall at editor@baldwinsvillemessenger.com or leave a message at 434-8889 ext. 310 with your guess by noon Sunday. If you are the first person to correctly identify an element in the photo, your name and guess will appear in next week’s Messenger, along with another History Mystery feature.

LIBRARY FOCUS: Making it through the month of March

March (and every other month) is for making here at the library. Want to explore something new? We give our patrons space, time and guidance on making everything from cards, quilts, kites and music to manuscripts and pysanki. Make some time this month to make your dreams come true at the library.

What a show!

Editorial

Last weekend’s high school drama club production of “Singin’ in the Rain” was an amazing production of great acting, well-executed singing and dancing and impressive live orchestral accompaniment. All the performers in the show, musicians in the pit, stage and production crews and production staff deserve the standing ovation they received Saturday night, and can be rightly proud of an impressive accomplishment.

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Barber brings decades of global experience to Manlius

Passion and customer relationship drives Italian barber’s business model

After more than half a century cutting and styling men’s hair at locations around the world, barber Benito “Benny” Catanzariti is bringing his decades of experience in men’s hair care and styling to A Look for All Seasons salon in Manlius.

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High school spring musical production coming this weekend

The Cazenovia High School Drama Club annual spring musical production, “Singin' in the Rain,” will be presented this weekend, March 5, 6 and 7, in the high school auditorium.