The Behan Blog
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.
September 12, 2020And suddenly fall is knocking on our door. So, we’re talking football, the Fighting Irish and epic pranks. What was Dallas Mavericks Coach Rick Carlisle doing in Upstate New York? And as hard as this may be to swallow, there’s a culture war brewing over Pumpkin Spice. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
September 5, 2020He was the Ace of New York. The Boy Scout. The Franchise. Tom Terrific. This week we celebrate the life of baseball legend George T. Seaver, Tom Seaver. Plus, have you heard the one about seven soul-saving priests on a floating Tiki bar? And stop reading this right now. Go call your Mom. Don’t let her pitch your old baseball cards. It’s all in the special Labor Day Weekend issue of Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
August 29, 2020Can professional sports change America? We’re about to find out. Plus, the community rallies behind a local institution in the Berkshires, Jerry Seinfeld has had enough already! about the death of New York, KFC is wash-your-dirty-digits good, and what to do with fiendish fish? It’s all in This Week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
August 22, 2020Don’t look now, but summer seems to be packing her bags. And yet a beautiful fall awaits in the Adirondacks where autumn leaves, cracking campfires, and community generosity abound. Susan B. Anthony earns an unsolicited pardon and her home is in line for some TLC. And is an 80-year-old biking-champion granny really guilty of doping? It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
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