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Top Five Things to Do this Fall in Northampton (Northampton Blog)

Mike's Maze

Top Five Things to Do this Fall in Northampton, MA Fall Fun, including Mazes, Cream Puffs and Yo-Yos Ah, fall. When the leaves make their way from shades of green to vibrant hues of orange, yellow and red. Is there anything more beautiful? If you’re in western Massachusetts, and are looking for something a little [...]

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The “Legal [Graffiti] Wall” (Rochester Blog)

The Legal Wall

Legal [Graffiti] Wall in Rochester The Legal Wall & Rochester’s Artistic Heritage For as long as I can remember, the Rochester area has always had a rich artistic community, from its arts festivals to fundraising projects like the horse statues representing various businesses throughout the area. There are also several artistic areas in the city [...]

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Take a Bite Out of Autumn…it’s Apple Festival Time (Ithaca Blog)

Take a Bite out of Autumn. Photo by Jennifer B. Brown

Take a Bite Out of Autumn…it’s Apple Festival Time (Ithaca Blog) The Apple Harvest Festival and Other Good Stuff in the Ithaca Area An apple a day keeps the doctor away. If this was true, I’d be rather sickly I imagine. Or a hypochondriac. Or simply a waiting room lurker reading year old Prevention and [...]

| Posted in City Blogs,Food/Drink,Ithaca,The Ithaca Scene | Read More »

Crafts: Back to School Scrapbooking

School Days

Back to School Scrapbooking Crafty Ways to Preserve Your Memories September means back to school–a time to capture your child at the start of their school year. How about creating a back to school layout for prosperity? It’s really very easy. If you have a lot of photos, and don’t know what to use, narrow [...]

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MoHu Fest: A Celebration of Arts and Culture in the Capital Region

Richard Thompson

MoHu Fest Comes to the Capital Region: October 8—16 A Celebration of Arts and Culture in the Capital Region Most festivals are built around a central theme, such as music, dance, or film. The brand-new MoHu Fest is built around all of these and more; it’s a celebration of the arts and culture in the [...]

| Posted in Albany,Around Town,Arts/Entertainment,City Blogs,Events,Festivals,George's Picks,Music | Read More »

Can You Say Indian Summer? Not for Long… (Burlington Blog)

The Changing of the Leaves

Burlington Blog Yoga, Fine Food and Local Wine in Burlington, VT It’s been a hectic week in Vermont with the harvest season in full swing, a weather forecast like a roller coaster ride and Oktoberfest celebrations popping up just about everywhere. I’m not one to complain about warm weather and I thank the sun for [...]

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Top 5 Things to Do this Fall in the Capital Region

Liberty Ridge Farm Corn Maze

Things to Do this Fall in Albany & the Capital Region Football, Foliage, Halloween and Yes, a Corn Maze Don’t let the first balmy days fool you; fall is most definitely here. And with this season comes a cascade of activities from the dreaded start of school to football cheers and Halloween thrills. Nothing beats [...]

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The 4th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Project Exhibit Opens at bjsartworks in Glens Falls

bjsartworks Gallery

Break the Chains: 4th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Project Exhibit at bjsartworks Break the Chains Exhibit at bjsartworks Brings Attention to Domestic Violence Most people have heard that October is national Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But it is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Starting October 1st and running until the 31st, bjsartworks in Glens Falls [...]

| Posted in Around Town,Art & Photography,Arts/Entertainment,City Blogs,Current & Upcoming Exhibits,Events,George's Picks,Lake George Region-Warren County | Read More »

Historic, Informative and Entertaining: Adirondack Roots by Sandra Weber (Book Review)

Adirondack Roots

Adirondack Roots (Book Review) Stories of Hiking, History and Women: Adirondack Roots, a New Book by Sandra Weber The Adirondack mountains are known as an area of breathtaking beauty—a wilderness untouched by modern life. It is also a region rich in history, frequented by well-known figures such as Theodore Roosevelt and the Vanderbilt family. Sandra [...]

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The Last Best Place: Reflections on a Trip to Montana

Montana. Photo by Dan Long

Montana: The Last Best Place Exploring Montana and the Pacific Northwest From the second we are born our imaginations are constantly shrinking. As a child the world we find ourselves in is full of small mysteries, everything is new. A trip to Burger King or the bowling alley is an act of discovery and we [...]

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