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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

January 18, 2020

Is that dog or a wolf? A rising star in the kitchen, an Olympic struggle comes to a tragic end, another quake in the Adirondacks, and the caring hands that renew old books. It’s all in This Week: What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

January 4, 2020

A fireball and a philanthropist in Saratoga, the comedic leading lady of Plattsburgh, the Alice’s Restaurant tour, plus a cozy place on the Cape, a Mars hotel and remembering the Catskill Game Farm. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

December 28, 2019

We’re glued to the set watching the net on the hottest stock of the decade, plus the places you’ll go, the books you’ll read, and the coveted four-day work week you’ll never get. It’s all in This (Holiday) Week’s What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

December 21, 2019

This week we’re talking trees, indoor skiing, the healing power of light, a new cultural venue and a new way to see the backcountry, and some letters to Santa that will knock your stockings right off the mantle. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

December 14, 2019

The most powerful computer at a private university anywhere has just landed in the Capital Region. Plus, finding a cure for PTSD, equipping America’s law enforcement agencies, recalling Charley and Paul, philanthropy’s dynamic duo, and remembering the Don of Ski Writers. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

December 7, 2019

Chill fashion advice for downstate hipsters aspiring to be upstate hipsters, our favorite places to eat and drink and read all about it, where start-ups are finding their CEOs, spectacular places to visit this winter, and what’s up with that Peloton commercial? It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.

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