The Behan Blog
October 24, 2020Peace, solitude and open space – the secret’s out about the Adirondacks; a tiny library in the woods, bookstores in need of love, a small, diverse town where everybody gets along, and how about a moonlit hike? Plus, where you can find those Charlie Brown holiday specials. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
October 17, 2020The Cliff is in Lake Placid, Norm’s having a birthday, the bloom is off Zoom, we meet the real power in Albany, and bring back those sectionals (sofas). It’s all in This Week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
October 10, 2020We remember the East End kid who fought his way out of upstate poverty to become a major power in New York. Plus, we’ll talk foliage and fishing and that four-letter word of winter. And if you had the choice, would you spend the evening with your friends or your dog? It’s all in This Week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
October 3, 2020What was it like to come face to face with the deadly Coronavirus? Caregivers tell their stories for the first time. Plus, when your tent becomes a tea bag and other adventures of first-time campers, the hottest real estate in the country right now, and, ayuh, those Vermonters are ready to teach these city folks a thing or two. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
September 26, 2020Women scaling new heights in the Adirondacks, a justice who made waves, Schaefer’s back, a new theory about the Titanic, and, as it turns out, some wish they were in Philadelphia. Plus: What the heck are they putting in our Reese’s peanut butter cups? It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
September 19, 2020In August 1944, 1,000 Jewish people fleeing the Nazis came to the United States and ended up in the one refugee center the nation opened — in Upstate New York. We’ll look back. Plus, a box for the world’s hopes and wishes, apples in abundance, thanks from Rachael Ray, and, yo, hype beasts, shut up and wear your mask. It’s all in This Week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
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