The Behan Blog
September 11, 2021America’s Nobel Prize is about to be awarded in Albany. Plus, we’re celebrating porch spiders, ingenious bears, cushy cribs, thrill rides, gilded age architecture, printed newspapers, and the fall television season. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
September 4, 2021If ever you feel you’ve lost your capacity to marvel at human achievement, we’ll restore it. Plus, we’ll honor all who labor and pay tribute to work itself, the balm for many maladies. We’ll talk cars, stolen art, storms, chaplains and bullies, bagels and grades. It’s all in the special Labor Day Weekend issue of Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
August 28, 2021What if we housed the world’s finest athletes in prisons? We already did. Plus, a James Taylor love letter to Saratoga, early drawings of a legendary cartoonist come to light, Sister Doris needs a beer break, and remember you don’t get to choose your own sunset. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye
August 21, 2021We’re celebrating centenarians, sweet and salty, searching for our old baseball cards, remembering Man O’ War and chugging chaga. And can someone please get Mr. Hall an upgrade? It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
August 14, 2021We’ll introduce you to two everyday heroes, hail the Hollywood on the Hudson crowd, watch as VW gets the beef out, and take an early and completely objective look at the NFL season. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
August 7, 2021Balloons in the air, bikes on the ground and the lofty outlook for fall in the Adirondacks. Plus, we’ll meet some remarkable women: The first to hike the Appalachian trail end-to-end, one of the most prolific motor sports photographers in history, and the steelworker’s daughter who could be the next governor of New York. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
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