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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

October 12, 2019

To honor his father the master photographer. To sip cold brews where they once gathered news. To hail the recovery of once-fishless lakes And dig out those Soul Train shoes for gosh sakes. It’s all in This Week’s What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

September 28, 2019

The courtship of two basketball coaches who found each other just in time, a painting unseen by the public for 400 years shows up, celebrating Alice from Schenectady, opera in the Adirondacks, and the best wines of New York, and the billionaires among us. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

September 21, 2019

All those “Help Wanted” signs may point to slower growth, the tragedy and triumph of Lena Spencer, Rensselaer’s diamond moment, and Frasier finally gets his own watering hole. Plus, the Irish are coming to Glens Falls, SPAC is serving up food for thought, and the mother’s milk of a motorcycle gang. It’s all in This Week: What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What caught our eye

September 14, 2019

The fate of North America hung in the balance; an arresting TV performance by Capital Region police officers; New York State makes it really expensive to ski in Northville, and Peter Drucker taught where? Plus, Raquel Ferreira is up. It’s all in This Week’s What Caught Our Eye

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The Week: What caught our eye

September 7, 2019

The hunt for $7 million buried in the Adirondacks, the hot food scene in Glens Falls, the Cotton Club gets a remake, hop in your Heavy Chevy, it’s time to cruise Lake George, the Periodic Table turns 150, and how purpose produces profit. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.

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What caught our eye - 8/31/19

August 31, 2019

Young adults are choosing Saratoga County at a clip on par with Boston’s. Plus, ticks, cool old cribs, gamers and game changers, and the stink over River Pigs. It’s all in this week’s What Caught Our Eye.

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