FEATURES

Sweet Season

The tiny southern Adirondack town of Thurman is home to the four largest maple farms in Warren County. Each year they collaborate to celebrate and share this age old rite of spring by hosting Thurman Maple Days in March. more »

Nov 22, 2014 5:05 AM FEATURES

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow; Snowmobiling in Indian Lake, NY

Indian Lake is the ideal location for snowmobiling. Unlike their counterpart winter sports enthusiasts like cross-country skiers and snowshoers, snowmobilers are able to cover long distances, traveling through the various interconnected trails. more »

Nov 18, 2014 12:00 PM FEATURES

Historic Battle Relived

The summer of 2014 marks the bicentennial of the historic Battle of Plattsburgh of the War of 1812. In September, the City of Plattsburgh commemorates 200 years of peace with a series of special events, historic reenactments and culinary delights. more »

Jun 1, 2014 12:00 AM LOCAL HISTORY

Destination Rutland Vermont

A dining hub for Southern Vermont, live theatre, concerts from the nation’s top musical performers, and despite being the state’s second largest city, several parks and fields provide solitude from the fast pace of city living. more »

Jun 1, 2014 12:00 AM LOCAL HISTORY

  • Pecan Pie Shortbread bars

    Here is an easy alternative to pecan pie. Serve these at your next get together or fancy dinner and get ready to accept the compliments! more »

  • Black Forest Stump De Noel

    This desert will trump all others on the holiday table, so if it is a round of applause you are looking for at this year’s family party, this cake is the one to make. more »

  • Soup from the Front Lines

    One of the most common meals eaten by French soldiers at Fort Carillon was pea soup. Soldier's meals were cooked and eaten in groups of eight soldiers called a mess. more »

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