The Behan Blog
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.
February 15, 2020“Welcome World! We Made it,” the sign proclaimed. We’ll take a look back at the miracle Lake Placid pulled off. Plus, we’ll meet a sheriff who’s helping keep inmates out of his jail, dogs who are helping kids learn to read, a tasty testimonial for some good folk, an inside look at some celeb cribs, and call us nuts but we have a lead on the best summer job in America. It’s all in This Week: What Caught Our Eye.
February 8, 2020What’s sweeter than chocolate and peanut butter? We’ll let you in on the secret. Plus, a marathon nears a million, taking risks on the summer stage, women taking to the woods, employees taking on the boss, the bursar takes on the brainiacs, and taking stock of Spartacus. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
February 1, 2020Upstate New York is justifiably proud of its chip fabs, but let’s talk about a not-so-fab chip – the one on our collective shoulders. Plus, we’ll look at the year in the life of a state park, small towns that Oprah loves, the aging of Vermont (and we’re not talking cheddar) and a watch that stood the test of time. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
January 25, 2020The grandest and most grueling swim race the world had ever seen, the benefit of happy goats, what you could learn at the cafe Lena Spencer built, the best place for your vacation home, and the record life of Robert J. Higgins. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
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