The Behan Blog
July 31, 2021More than 150 years ago, a clergyman urged Americans to vacate cities and the American vacation was born. We’ll look back. Plus, we’ll meet the high school students who devised a way to help a dad walk safely with his new baby and consider leadership lessons from pirates. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
July 24, 2021In this summer of fire and rain, we could sure use a heapin’ helpin’ of kindness. Plus, sasquatch sightings and challenging times for lake trout. And the cake frosted the customer. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
July 17, 2021Saratoga’s back and not a moment too soon, Hollywood is coming up the Hudson, Disney’s warrior princess takes her leave, and it’s raining fish. Plus, do we have a treehouse for your next romantic getaway? It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
July 10, 2021The Saratoga racing season, the way you remember it, returns this week. We’ll look back at Gov. Thomas Dewey’s $1-million idea to soothe the jangled nerves of New Yorkers, take you to the Sweet Home Adirondacks and check out what’s up in the Crick. And we will remember Joan Grishkot, public health pioneer and co-founder of the Adirondack Balloon Festival. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
July 3, 2021Years after writing the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson told a friend: "The only birthday I ever commemorate is that of our Independence, the Fourth of July." We’ll celebrate the moment that changed the world in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
June 26, 2021We salute the Class of COVID-19 and a prom queen with a warm heart, a cold nose and four legs. How Thaddeus Kosciuszko ended up building bridges in the U.S. and an impossible father-daughter dance that actually happened. And we’ll introduce you to lake baggers. It’s all in This Week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
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