The Behan Blog
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.
August 15, 2020The blessings of summer: Sunrises of opportunity, sunsets of peace, flowers glistening after an Adirondack rain. A tent revival in the Berkshires. A baseball announcer makes his Dad proud. And the secret password that gets you on the treadmill. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
August 8, 2020For an experienced, old-line New York company, it should have been a Kodak moment. Plus, an Adirondack bacon machine, pinball at The Prez, and this summer’s Downton Abbey. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
August 1, 2020The vacation hideaways of Marylou Whitney, Marvin Hamlisch and the founders of YouTube and Restoration Hardware are on the market, a proposal that can’t be replicated for 6,800 years, and Dr. Anthony Fauci sets a record for baseball cards. It’s all in This Week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye, our 80th issue!
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