ON THE SCENE: March is the month for making memories


Mid-March brings three thoughts: maple syrup, the ECAC hockey championships and my late dear friend Jack Kendrick. Loquacious, energetic and with a perpetual twinkle in his eye, Jack was a published poet, playwright, an occasional actor, a track and field man, and a boxer-wrestler good ...

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY: Golden Arrow to host Night at the Races


The race horses are warming up, and soon fancy hats will be streaming into Generations restaurant at the Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort for a fantastic night of mint juleps at the open bar, horse racing, hors d’oeuvres, and good friends — all to benefit the Educational Opportunity Fund for ...

HISTORY IS COOL: 100 years ago


A vision for tourism - Seymour Dunn, golf director at the Lake Placid Club, has been meeting with the committee of the chamber of commerce, of which he is a member, while they have been planning for a new public golf course and has expressed many of his views regarding the needs of sports ...

AUSABLE WATER WISE: Finding the fish


Was a little mountain brook trout the first fish you caught? Do you have pictures with older relatives holding stringers of trout from the pond at camp, and big smiles on your faces? Maybe you don’t fish but you enjoy watching little black darts shoot across the pools of streams you cross ...

Thanks for a memorable Adirondack winter season


We don’t say it enough, but in New York’s Adirondack Park — particularly in the Olympic Region — we’re extremely lucky to have an abundance of family-friendly activities and venues, and this past winter didn’t disappoint. Moreover, we’re lucky to have many dedicated small ...