The Behan Blog
May 2, 2020Fresh food, fresh talent and fresh takes in a trying time. How to care for your family and your organization. The year we almost lost Babe Ruth. A song of love for the Gov. And how about a little something sweet for Mom? It’s all in Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye This Week.
April 25, 2020The Capital Region is belting out songs, dishing out food, hanging out rainbows, watching out for neighbors, turning out masks, and toughing this pandemic out. We pay tribute to more local healthcare heroes and to Mets announcer Colin Cosell who’s cheering up one fan at a time. And here’s a question: If you are a stuntman (or women) should you sanitize before or after punching someone in the face? It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
April 18, 2020We have found the new Greatest Generation, and they are working right now in local hospitals. Fearsome warriors in face shields and scrubs, they are using every high-tech tool at their disposal to defeat a virus that mocks conventional therapies. And they are also practicing medicine’s oldest and finest traditions: kindness and mercy. Plus, we’ll meet The Ukes, learn about home bread deliveries, and ponder why it took Bob Dylan so long to make it to No. 1. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
April 11, 2020Let’s hope we never go through this again, but if we do, we’ll remember the words of Stephen Schwartz: We were changed for the better. One local hospital’s Ray of light, backwoods rescuers making masks for front-liners, the clap, clatter and songs of gratitude heard ‘round the world, bar and bistro bingo in Troy, a small village that raises giants, and “Tom Brady” is found under a bridge in Central New York. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
April 4, 2020As Bill Withers might have said, this week please lean on us. In place of handshakes and hugs, we raise our hands to cheer for local companies in the vanguard of the fight against COVID-19 and keeping people healthy, for courageous nurses, caring farmers, postal workers and delivery people; for campaigns to keep beauty alive, freelancers working, a wining cheese, a celebrity donut, and two high school choruses staging a spectacular virtual concert. To them we say: Hallelujiah! It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
March 28, 2020As our world turns upside down, we take stock of beautiful places that do not change, of friends whose love and support sustains us, of people who inspire hope and optimism, and of the things in life that are truly precious. It’s all in The Week: What Caught Our Eye.
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