We're at that odd time of year when high temperatures can change dozens of degrees from day to day, and one wonders whether it's time to move the canoes and backpacks from the porch to make room for the skis and boots. As I write this, on a Friday … [Read more...] about Shoulder season?
Some folks in Tupper Lake weren't pleased with our publication of a photo showing a Confederate flag in a window there. They viewed it as a provocation intended to stir divisions. Others apparently hoped the image in our September/October magazine … [Read more...] about A flag flap
We have a long way to go in the North Country and across New York toward reaching our state's ambitious clean-energy and climate-protection goals. It's going to take all hands on deck, and, it turns out, there's potential for the Adirondack Park to … [Read more...] about Sunbeams and churning waters
Now and then we hear complaints that all of our pretty photography, and some of the accompanying writing, only serves to drive visitors to parts of the Adirondacks that don't need or can't handle any more pressure. This is the Instagram problem that … [Read more...] about More than pretty places