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A-Sides with Jon Chattman: S'More Family Love for The Sagamore

Jon Chattman | Posted 07.26.2016 | Travel
Jon Chattman

They say when you have kids the days are long but the years are short. That's so true. My sons are respectively four-and-a-half and one-and-a-half, an...

Can Trout Evolve to Survive Climate Change? 5 Questions for Dr. Mariah Meek.

Tim Ward | Posted 03.09.2016 | Impact
Tim Ward

Humanity's ability to predict and plan for the effects of climate change is constrained by lack of understanding of the capacity of living creatures t...

Black History Month: Important Underground Railroad Sites to Visit in Upstate New York

Michelle Rae Uy | Posted 02.02.2017 | Travel
Michelle Rae Uy

Land Office at the Gerrit Smith Estate in Peterboro, NY (Photo: Michelle Rae) Having been given the chance to take a walk through history in Upstate ...

The Battlefields of Lake George and Ticonderoga: Dallying in the Adirondacks on the Looney Front

Mike Arkus | Posted 08.01.2016 | Travel
Mike Arkus

If you want to break your train or car journey on the New York-Montreal run you could do worse than stop off for a couple of days in Lake George and T...

Control Detox

Christine Nasserghodsi | Posted 08.20.2016 | Parents
Christine Nasserghodsi

I've learned that my role as a parent is changing. At work, I keep in mind the advice, "Know when to lead, when to follow, and when to get out of the way." This proves much harder and much more impactful in parenting.

Fireside, Unplugged: My Week Off The Grid

Lisa Shanahan | Posted 07.13.2016 | Travel
Lisa Shanahan

While we sat by the fire that night, I thought about how our Twitter and Facebook feeds were trapped in their digital prison all day, and a spool of memories unwound in my uncluttered mind. I remembered things I hadn't thought about in years.

5 Reasons to Get Out There

Pete Jones | Posted 12.03.2014 | Travel
Pete Jones

Summer has "officially" ended (although we have all heard that before) and it was a blast. It seems to me like this was the fastest one yet due to the vast amount of traveling that occurred.

Instead of Banning 'Inversion,' Try This

Robert Whitcomb | Posted 11.02.2014 | Business
Robert Whitcomb

The aim should be to help streamline and detoxify our tax system, encourage economic growth and at least mildly mitigate the growth of a permanent plutocracy based on inheritance.

Sustaining Our Journey to Sustainability

Caeleigh Warburton | Posted 11.02.2014 | Green
Caeleigh Warburton

It's early November, and I sit perched on the edge of a remote Adirondack lake. The afternoon sinks into evening much like it has for weeks, but faster, a sobering reminder that the crisp autumn air will soon give way to the bite of winter.

The 6 Propositions On Tuesday's Ballot

| Posted 01.23.2014 | New York

By Colby Hamilton CIVIC CENTER -- Voters on Tuesday will be asked to vote on six ballot proposals that range from allowing casinos across New York ...

You Never Thought You'd Do This... Until You Went On Vacation

Posted 01.23.2014 | Travel

People travel for many reasons. Some want to escape, to live life as they never would in their day-to-day existence. Others want to channel who they r...

Why Georgia O'Keeffe ♥ New York

Posted 10.06.2013 | Arts

Georgia O'Keeffe reserved a special place in her heart for New Mexico. She chose the Southwestern paradise as a permanent home back in the late 1940s....

See the Adirondacks Like Your Grandaddy Did (With Better Food and Bedding)

Malerie Yolen-Cohen | Posted 10.08.2013 | Travel
Malerie Yolen-Cohen

As you squeeze through walls of rock in an inflatable raft on a chute of whitewater, you might experience the nirvana that tourists did back in the '70s -- the 1870s, that is.

Management Lessons From the Wild

Patricia McGuire | Posted 09.27.2013 | Business
Patricia McGuire

As an amateur wildlife photographer, I spend quality time with my long lens watching and waiting for opportunities to capture a great photo. Carefully watching the weather and the wildlife has contributed to some of my most durable management philosophies.

Georgia O'Keeffe: 'Modern Nature' at the Hyde Collection

John Seed | Posted 08.17.2013 | Arts
John Seed

Take a moment and see if you can summon up an image of Georgia O'Keeffe in your own mind. There is a good chance you see an icon: a sun-sculpted older woman whose life -- and art -- were studies in clarity and contrast.

The Pressing Moments We’ll Try Hard To Remember

Amanda Magee | Posted 02.04.2013 | Parents
Amanda Magee

I tell myself I should buy sparklers but when I look up, I'm late for jack-o-lanterns. Once upon a time we talked about Disney World, but they were too young, now we are in a sprint to beat the imminent disdain for princesses.

Visiting A Unique Retreat In The Adirondacks

Barbara Barton Sloane | Posted 01.13.2013 | Travel
Barbara Barton Sloane

The Point Resort is the last of the Great Camps of the Adirondacks considered by many to be the premiere resort in the country and Conde Nast Traveler's highest-rated property.

Eggs and Entrepreneurship in the North Woods

Christine Nasserghodsi | Posted 12.22.2012 | Impact
Christine Nasserghodsi

The history of Prospect Point Cottages in the Central Adirondacks is one of ambition, neglect, almost foolish optimism, dogged determination, and the power of love.

PHOTOS: Fort Ticonderoga Presides Over New York's Lakes

Posted 11.05.2012 | Travel

Fort Ticonderoga's panoramic view of Lake Champlain and Lake George is the happy byproduct of a century of murderous scheming. The fort was first c...

5 Fall Foliage & Festival Destinations (PHOTOS)

Shermans Travel | Posted 11.25.2012 | Travel
Shermans Travel

Whether you call it leaf peeping, foliage following or just "spending a day outside," enjoying fall's colors is one of the simplest joys of this wonderful time of year. Whether you're practically a professional leaf-peeper or just a casual enthusiast, you'll need to know where to take in the season's splendor. Of course, there's much more to autumn than looking at leaves.

Big Conservation Benefits a Little Bird

Michelle Brown | Posted 11.12.2012 | Green
Michelle Brown

Bicknell's thrush (scientific name, Catharus bicknelli) is one of the rarest birds to inhabit the high elevation forests of the Adirondacks. They face pressures, primarily from deforestation, and the population has been in decline.

The Best Vacation Landscape Of The Day: Adirondacks Edition

Posted 07.21.2012 | Arts

The moment we saw this image we had to hold ourselves back from hopping on the next flight to the Adirondacks, mostly because the breathtaking oil pai...

PHOTOS: 8 Ultra-Inclusive Resorts For The 1 Percent

George Hobica | Posted 06.25.2012 | Travel
George Hobica

What's the difference between a luxury resort and a luxury resort? These eight are even more exclusive, pride themselves on highly individualized service and are seldom larger than 20 to 40 rooms.

PHOTOS: Springtime In Northeast Resort Towns

JustLuxe | Posted 06.17.2012 | Travel

With an early spring bringing unusually warm weather, East Coast resort towns are starting to anticipate their busy season coming right around the corner.

GADLING: 10 Surprising Facts About The Adirondacks

Gadling | Jessica Festa | Posted 06.09.2012 | Travel

Most people think of the Adirondack region in New York for its great hiking opportunities, but the area also holds a lot of records and history that m...