The Behan Blog
December 7, 2019Chill 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.
November 30, 2019When asked about his humble beginnings, the Mary Tyler Moore show’s Ted Baxter used to joke that he got his start in a 1,000-watt radio station in Albany, N.Y. Now, meet Schenectadian Bill Sykes, the incoming chair of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, who actually did get his start at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Plus, Adirondack communities are lighting up the night, Lake Placid is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the 1980 Olympic Miracle, meet the angels in our midst, and check out Our Favorite Things. It’s all in This Week: What Caught Our Eye.
November 23, 2019Could small towns be on the verge of a big comeback? The Capital Region is in the midst of a brain gain, the season of light is upon us, the recipe for a great Friendgiving, and the best arguments over Thanksgiving. It’s all in This Week: What Caught Our Eye.
November 16, 2019The hotter-than-an-August afternoon Saratoga Springs real estate market gets a national splash, putting the hot back in old-school hotels, restoring your zen with a forest bath, getting Amtrak back on track, and move over Notorious RBG, meet the Hideous JG3.
November 9, 2019The fate of newspapers and of one storied weekly in particular, Rachael Ray to the rescue, some factories are now producing happiness, hit the refresh button on capitalism, and if you grow it here, why can’t you buy it here? It’s all in This Week’s What Caught Our Eye.
November 2, 2019The Nationals surprise comeback? He’s not a bit surprised. The ducks win; they’ll keep their livers. Megyn Kelly’s story is coming to the big screen. Paul Smith’s is on the move. And we have No Reservations about what’s going at the CIA. Plus, do the Dries have it? It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye?
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