10 percent of the time it’s scary, says NPR's Brian Mann By Gwendolyn Craig Brian Mann left his home near the west shore of Lake Champlain in Essex County at the beginning of April to cover the war in Ukraine for National Public Radio. The … [Read more...] about Adirondacks-based reporter on covering war in Ukraine
Syracuse University Professor Charles Driscoll looks back on landmark study, ahead to renewed efforts to fund another By Zachary Matson Editor’s note: This interview has been edited for clarity and length. Have a science question you'd … [Read more...] about ASK A SCIENTIST: Adirondack lakes survey
Ways to get involved with efforts to help Ukraine here and abroad By Jamie Organski Adirondackers are opening their homes and raising funds to assist Ukrainians as their country is assaulted by Russian troops. When the war started two months … [Read more...] about Adirondackers work to bring assistance to Ukrainian refugees
Colleagues honor his dedication By Zachary Matson Bruce Young, who chaired the Lake George Park Commission for more than half the state agency’s existence, died earlier this month at age 86. Young, a retired pilot and lifelong resident … [Read more...] about Bruce Young, longtime Lake George Park Commission chair, dies at 86
Some highlights from illustrator Jerry Russell's contributions to the Explorer After nearly 25 years of artwork for Adirondack Explorer, Jerry Russell is stepping away to follow other pursuits. "It's been great working with the Explorer all … [Read more...] about So long, Jerry, and thanks for all the illustrations!
Library director, art gallery owner works to steer Old Forge into the future By Jamie Organski Local business owner, director, daughter, friend, volunteer and confidant. These are only a few of the hats that Old Forge library director and … [Read more...] about Wearing many hats, making it all work