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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

November 19, 2021

As we prepare for the holiday of gratitude, we’re celebrating fast climbers, pot-bellied pet pigs, bucks in church, photogenic wildlife, the longest lunar eclipse in 1,000 years, and the generous people who write, illustrate and read us each week. It’s all in this, the pre-Thanksgiving issue of Facing Out. (John Bulmer photo)

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

November 13, 2021

Remember to hug your favorite entrepreneur next week and check your attic for old Apples. Plus, we’ll catch up (or try to) with Nimblewill Nomad, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and JG3. And the Piano Man must be avoiding his Italian restaurant. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

November 6, 2021

We’re talkin’ turkey today and maybe ham. Plus, how immigrants have enriched Upstate New York and Grover Cleveland celebrated Lake Placid. And we’re honoring veterans and our very own MVP. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

October 30, 2021

Is it Halloween or Christmas? The World Series is upon us, and we’re watching the guy behind home plate. Plus, an athlete-artist draws big attention, there’s no country in the city, and buzzards take over a town. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

October 23, 2021

What good could you do with in one hour? Plus, in our annual animal planet issue, we’re talking gibbons, salamanders, frogs, deer, turkeys and beloved dogs. And don’t look now but a meteorite just landed on your pillow. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.

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The Week: What Caught Our Eye

October 16, 2021

Our crystal ball seems to be on the blink, your fish sticks can’t cross the border, a new study on stress and corner-office health, and who broke up the Beatles? It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.

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