The Behan Blog
May 21, 2020The COVID-19 pandemic has brought uncertainty to the region’s tourism industry, but the Lake George region has shown deep resilience during times of crisis by utilizing creativity, flexibility and continued investment. A look at how the community handled World Wars I and II, and the 1970s gas crisis.
May 16, 2020A family fights COVID-19 together and prevails. Hey, what’s up with the bears and zebras out front? What was Alexander Hamilton thinking? Why speaking softly is more important than ever. And Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Paul Vasquez is still smiling. It’s all in this week’s Facing Out.
May 9, 2020“May you never forget what is worth remembering,’’ the Irish say, “nor ever remember what is best forgotten.” This week we remember Mom, the May the Kennedys made a splash in North Creek, two great New York anthems, the double life of Stanley Bing, and the dedicated essential workers we sometimes overlook. It’s all this week’s Facing Out: What Caught Our Eye.
May 8, 2020Robert F. Kennedy, at the time New York’s junior U.S. Senator, was on his way to speak at Johnsburg Central School the evening of May 6, 1967, leaving Garnet Hill Lodge with a chocolate sundae in one hand and a couple of brownies in the other.
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.
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