The Behan Blog

What caught our eye - 5/11/19

May 11, 2019

Hey Moms! The Onion leaves ‘em cryin’ in Albany; poetry rises from the muddy mess at Churchill Downs, spring awakens at Lake George, and check out those new bats in Saranac Lake. It's all in this week's What Caught Our Eye.

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What caught our eye - 5/4/19

May 4, 2019

Why are Upstate New Yorkers up in arms? Too few jobs? No. Too little opportunity? No. Taxes too high? No. They’re angry that The Simpsons noticed! Plus, Hollywood in the Hudson Valley, haute cuisine in the Adirondacks, Moby Dick, White Sharks and the Derby. It’s all in this week’s What Caught Our Eye.

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What caught our eye - 4/27/19

April 27, 2019

65 years on the rides at the Great Escape, 60+ years shooting the rapids, the Game Boy turns 30, and the Capital Region’s first families of business. It’s all in What Caught Our Eye.

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What Caught Our Eye 4/20/19

April 20, 2019

Why you should leave your kids cold hard cash, plus the spindle city’s gift to the Catskills, and a dubious brand for Albany. It's all in this week's What Caught Our Eye.

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What caught our eye - 4/13/19

April 13, 2019

He's still cutting it at 107. Plus, a lake worth helping, pizza worth savoring, a new name for Jimmer, and a look ahead to the Kentucky Derby. It's all in this week's What Caught Our Eye.

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What caught our eye - 4/6/19

April 6, 2019

Hey, upscale business types, we’ve got a big-screen opportunity for you! Plus, your chance to create some smiles, paintings that will make you smile, and the hippest local restaurant that’s 105 years young. It’s all in this week’s What Caught Our Eye.

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