The Behan Blog
March 28, 2020As our world turns upside down, we take stock of beautiful places that do not change, of friends whose love and support sustains us, of people who inspire hope and optimism, and of the things in life that are truly precious. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
March 21, 2020In this hour of adversity, we find people who inspire and instill hope: Farmers and distillers, scientists and teachers, political leaders and neighbors … and one rockhopper penguin. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye. Please stay home and stay healthy, everybody!
March 14, 2020What a week, friends. We’d like to give you a few minutes to relax. Here, pull up a chair, one of Harry Bunnell’s best. Remember to wash your hands, of course. We recommend Great Meadow Fresh, the Big House wash. Size up the truly impressive leader of New York’s response to the coronavirus. We’ll look ahead to the sweetest season of all, and is that a DiMaggio pitching for the Red Sox? It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
March 7, 2020We’ll look at the most meaningful basket in the history of University of Vermont basketball – and how the University of Albany helped make it happen. We’ll take stock of the blockbuster summer taking shape at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, the Adirondack retreat Stanley Tools built, the toughest step of all for Disney’s Bob Iger, nightly dinners with two comics for the ages, and we remember the boy voted noisiest in high school class, Jack Welch. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
February 29, 2020A superstar from the College of Saint Rose dazzles the nation, a super couple remember Union, Big Papi’s having a garage sale, puppies in prison are learning to work, one Amazin’ day, and our tribute to two Upstate New York champions. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
February 22, 2020America’s longest-running play got its start on an Upstate New York stage, and we’re celebrating its 42 years of sheer genius. Plus, we’ll check out the Berkshire vibe, see how the French are dealing with short-term rentals, sample some political victuals, celebrate New York’s oldest watering holes, get the inside scoop on Diane Keaton’s regrets, and consider the question of dog parks: good or bad. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
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