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Gov. Andrew Cuomo was in Lake Placid today, making a couple of announcements. First, the Adirondack Daily Enterprise reports, the governor unveiled a new biotech partnership between the state, Clarkson University in Potsdam, and the Trudeau...
Hello! It’s the last full day of our spring fundraiser, so, quick plug, if you haven’t given yet you can take care of it right now, online. We’re having lots of groovy drawings as well — more on those here. So, you may have...
One of the North Country’s largest employers says it will cut 18 full time employees and cut the hours of another 15 full- and part-time staff. The move at Adirondack Health follows on the heels of lay-off and cutbacks at other medical...
This Saturday, musicians from across the region gather to perform in the third annual Food Pantry Benefit concert to be held at the Adirondack Carousel, 2 Depot Street in Saranac Lake. This is a family-friendly all day celebration of ...
OK, it's Super Bowl weekend. Let's talk beer. According to the New York State Brewers Association's list, there are more than a hundred breweries across New York. Two of the newest are in the North Country. Saranac Lake's Blue Line...
News stories tagged with "saranac-lake"
Sep 04, 2003 — The Adirondack Canoe Classic begins tomorrow in Old Forge. The 90-mile race will take more than 250 canoes, kayaks, and guide boats all the way to Saranac Lake. Over the summer, race organizer Brian McDonnell paddled the entire course in a single day--a journey he describes as the "90-mile cannonball." He sent this commentary. Go to full article
by Brian Mann
Aug 26, 2003 — Each summer, Saranac Lake's art scene comes alive, with gallery walks and concerts and new shows. But this season, the village has also seen a rash of art theft. Three big landscapes painted by native artist Tim Fortune have been stolen while on display in public places around the village. Brian Mann has our story. Go to full article
by Brian Mann
Aug 15, 2003 — The Adirondack Park Agency is meeting this week in Saranac Lake. Governor Pataki has announced his choice for a new chairman for the agency. Ross Whaley is former President of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and also worked a researcher at the U.S. Forest Service. Whaley has a home on Upper Saranac Lake. He spoke with Brian Mann about his career and his hopes for the Park Agency. Go to full article
Aug 08, 2003 — Hungarian composer Bela Bartok and his wife, Ditta, spent three summers in the Adirondacks in the mid 1940's. During their visits to Saranac Lake he composed two masterpieces and made friends with many local residents. The summer cottage used by the Bartoks has been restored and is open to the public. Todd Moe took a tour of the humble cabin hidden on a hillside. Go to full article
Jul 30, 2003 — Work is underway on a menagerie of wooden figures that will be displayed in the Adirondack Carousel in Saranac Lake. Organizers say the carousel building, still in the planning stages, will incorporate the fun of a traditional merry-go-round with the look of an Adirondack camp. It will include 20 indigenous animals. Carvers from across New York and the country are donating their time and talents to create the carousel animals. But you won't find any horses in this collection, instead there's a beaver, raccoon, eagle, loon, trout and even a blackfly. Todd Moe caught up with one of the carvers, who's working on the raccoon in a toy store window in downtown Saranac Lake this summer. Go to full article
Jun 17, 2003 — Calling all songwriters. The Adirondack Carousel in Saranac Lake is looking for original songs with a carousel theme. The Adirondack Carousel Project is building a full-size merry-go-round in the village of Saranac Lake, to be filled with wooden wildlife, from loons to bears. Todd Moe talks with "Songs for a Carousel" project coordinator Karen Loffler, who says the 28 foot carousel will include 20 animals and 2 chariots. Go to full article
by Connie Meng
Jun 16, 2003 — The world premiere of EASTER MONDAY has opened at Pendragon Theatre in Saranac Lake and runs in rep throughout the summer. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng was at a recent performance and has this review. Go to full article