The Behan Blog
January 23, 2021Who will look after the children of the Adirondacks? Is it time for a break from social media (after reading this, of course)? We’ll look at the heroic life of Hammerin’ Hank, ponder the wins in losing, and try to figure out how 99-year-old Betty White always sees the upside. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
January 16, 2021Are you ready for a break from the madness? The fresh air of an Adirondack morning may make you happier and more resilient … and, if that doesn’t work, we have a new podcast on hope for you to check out. Plus, we’ll read what America’s greatest political biographer is writing, explore why so many elected officials are retiring, and bid farewell to a guitar man. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
January 9, 2021We’ll meet local women in public service making history in their communities and the country, we’ll go spelunking to find some good in 2020, we’ll meet the unlikely group helping a high school kid pay his Catholic school tuition, we’ll toast the Xbox on its 20th, and we’ll try to make sense of the week’s events. It’s all in this, the 100th issue of Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
December 19, 2020All those wimpy winters? We’ve made up for them now. Plus, snow days forever, UFO sightings are up, the diner chefs loved to cook for, a Christmas store you need to see, and the behold the chair that makes a great ski day possible. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
December 12, 2020When next you’re in orbit keep an eye out for good red wine, perfect for toasting Jupiter and Saturn which in a few days will align for the first time since the Middle Ages. Plus, we’re peddling news of the best biking trails in the Northeast, awesome Lake George real estate, a Lake Placid story that’s a doosey, and thinking about Mt. Everest. It’s taller than you think. It’s all in This Week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
December 5, 2020It’s beginning to look at lot like … ski season. Plus, teachers teaching kids adaptability and confidence during COVID, an Upstate New York community gets a lot more colorful, Alexander Hamilton gets a closer look, you’ll never guess what a couple found in the walls of their fixer-upper, and what was that monolith? It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
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