Sugarbush woodworker creates magic in five minutes By Jak Krouse The left third of my wizard’s nose fell to the ground. Woodcarver Mark Paul took the unsightly piece of wood out of my hands and with three strokes restored the wizard's face, his … [Read more...] about Lessons from a carving ‘wizard’
History & Culture
Examining the ancestral home and range of Indigenous people By Janet Reynolds For many, the story of the settling of the Adirondacks goes something like this: The area was a vast, uninhabited wilderness until white settlers came to start … [Read more...] about Early nomads or occupants of the Adirondacks?
America's pastime has long history in Northern NY By Tim Rowland On Oct. 12, 1912, Ray Collins of Colchester, Vermont, took the mound for the Boston Red Sox in the World Series, facing the New York Giants and future Hall of Famer Christy … [Read more...] about Adirondack baseball’s league of its own
Keene Arts exhibit captures artist Harold Weston's twin loves By Tim Rowland It was a long way from a Quaker meeting house in Pennsylvania to posing nude for her husband’s celebrated Adirondack landscapes, but Faith Borton Weston … [Read more...] about Having Faith
Adirondack groups mark Juneteenth holiday with weekend full of events By Jak Krouse Heads bobbed, feet tapped, and couples danced to celebrate Juneteenth at the John Brown Farm Historic Site on Sunday. Visitors had the opportunity to hear live … [Read more...] about A celebration of freedom
Memories of spending time at hunting camp with friends, family and Piels By Tom French Several volumes could be written about the history of hunting camps in the Adirondacks beginning with the yarns of lore involving pumas and wolves along with … [Read more...] about For the love of dads: Pa’s Falls mystery solved