The Behan Blog
April 3, 2021On a map, could you find the Lungs of New York? We’ll help you. Plus, we’re celebrating the quirky and quaint of small towns, the special sauce of Saratoga Springs, the oldest house in New York, bling from the Louvre, and grass. The real thing. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
March 27, 2021We’re talking baseball and Hoot Owls, the best fishing in the United States, greenhouses that grow beautiful music, shrooms for your health, hungry bears, and eloping in the High Peaks. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
March 20, 2021We’re celebrating the dawn of the sweetest season, virtuoso talents in our midst, a Red Sox romance that’s clearly got a shot, and the rescue of a roo. Plus, Watergate is coming to Albany. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
March 13, 2021Oh, what a week for the Queen … the Queen of American Lakes, that is. Plus, an two-time Olympic medalist skis the 46 Adirondack High Peaks to help kids, UFO sightings in Upstate New York double, and we’ll introduce you to the wonders of cow cuddling. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught our Eye.
March 6, 2021Oh, the places you’ll go, the scandals you’ll know. We take stock of what’s happening in Albany and with Dr. Seuss, report on people pining to move to the Adirondacks and a new restaurant soon to welcome them, check out a new novel with a troublingly timely theme, and spotlight a young man who believes (correctly) that dessert connects you to your soul. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
February 27, 2021Amid a rumor of March, we look through The Wall Street Journal’s eyes at a very special ice fishing excursion to Lake George. We marvel at a pint-sized mountain killer, meet two rising tech stars, and get ready for breakfast: nine gin-soaked golden raisins. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
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