Color play: leaving winter behind
Patterns and brights trend in spring fashions.
The way camp should be
Century-old Willsboro camp draws youths from around the world in winter, spring, summer and fall.
Life through a different lens
Fish-eye lenses produce an unusual perspective, as captured here by Alvin Reiner.
Life on fast-forward
A day in the life of New York State Police dispatchers
History author looks at leaders of War of 1812
Retired Army Col. David Fitz-Enz has penned a new book, "Hacks, Sycophants, Adventurers & Heroes," which looks at 25 military commanders during the War of 1812.
Book Briefs: Jan. 27, 2013
Lake Placid Book Club meets Monday.
Pine Harbour's newest resident a hit
Roxy, the therapy dog, has won the hearts of many with her playfulness, melting eyes, warmth and companionship.
Eco-friendly fashion: Made in Vermont
FIT graduate creates eco-friendly wedding apparel in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.
50 years of pop culture
The assassination of JFK, development of the World Wide Web, first woman in space and more highlight the pop-culture events that shaped the last five decades.
Teaching is not so easy: Part 3
Stewart Denenberg describes college teaching using the metaphor of the Acting Company where the professor plays all of the roles.
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