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Traditional dish a holiday favorite

December 15, 2013 Aebleskiver or ebleskiver is a small round Scandinavian pancake that tastes like a delicate donut — a cross between a pancake and a popover. more »»

Decorating table’s center completes dining experience

December 1, 2013 Several years ago, my students were helping with a large Christmas dinner in the large cafeteria at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. more »»

Making your conversation survive Thanksgiving day

November 24, 2013 You are sitting at the Thanksgiving table. more »»

‘Maker of Magic’

October 27, 2013 Sarah Roberts, a native of Mayfield who now lives in Johnstown, is a Jill of many trades: She paints, designs furniture, teaches yoga and art classes and writes about sex and dating for the... more »»

Storyteller Strikes Again

October 20, 2013 Amsterdam native Bob Cudmore has published a new book about the region’s past, this time revealing the “Hidden History of the Mohawk Valley: The Baseball Oracle, the Mohawk Encampment and More. more »»

Northville’s Orendaga hosts Connecticut couple as artists-in-residence

October 13, 2013 NORTHVILLE — Kayla Hushin and Alex Psillos are taking a “ceramic vacation” in the Adirondacks. more »»

Bleecker’s Old School Museum welcomes alumni and visitors

October 6, 2013 BLEECKER — For students today, it might be difficult to imagine an era when going to school meant gathering in a single room with a single teacher — and with no indoor plumbing, let alone an interne... more »»

Artists to show new works Friday at Micropolis

September 29, 2013 GLOVERSVILLE — Micropolis Cooperative Art Gallery has announced the opening of its fall show, which will feature guest artist Paul Petrie J. more »»

Slimmer School Meals

September 22, 2013 GLOVERSVILLE — It’s been three years since the passage of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, but many of the federal nutrition rules for school lunch and breakfast programs still are in flu. more »»

Bogged Down

September 15, 2013 Just five miles from downtown Gloversville, near the end of Willie Road, is a tranquil marsh teeming with wildlife. more »»

Expressions of Recovery

September 8, 2013 GLOVERSVILLE — The HFM Prevention Council and ASAPP’s Promise are observing Substance Abuse Prevention and Recovery Month with an exhibit of artwork and poetry by people turning their lives around... more »»

Vic Kibler: A Noteworthy Legacy

September 1, 2013 VAIL MILLS — Friends and family this week gathered to celebrate the life of a retired auto mechanic and World War II veteran who also served for nearly a century as a quiet champion of his Adirondac... more »»

Local writer releases e-book

September 1, 2013 JOHNSTOWN — City resident Russell W. Dickson has self-published his first work of fiction, a tale called “The Man Next Door,” in the form of an e-book available through more »»

Local teen ventures into leadership with Scouting program

August 25, 2013 JOHNSTOWN?— For Sabrina Krutz, graduating from Johnstown High School in June was only the first of several highlights of this summer. more »»

Fonda Fair opens Tuesday

August 25, 2013 FONDA — Preparations are nearly complete for the 172nd Fonda Fair, and the organizers say visitors will be greeted by traditional attractions as well as some new surprises when the gates open Tuesday. more »»

Veteran musician releases debut solo CD

August 18, 2013 CAROGA LAKE — Stan Wiest's debut solo CD is titled “Music to Drive By,” and he has plenty of time to listen to the disc as he drives between his homes on Long Island and in Caroga Lake. more »»

Q&A: Local artist to show work in Tuscany

August 11, 2013 CAROGA?LAKE?— Laurie D. Lundquist, a local health care consultant and budding artist, has been selected to show several of her paintings next month at an international art exhibition in Italy. more »»

Working Together

August 4, 2013 People in western Montgomery County have embraced a spirit of cooperation in their efforts to preserve two historic buildings and promote the area’s tourism and development. more »»

Four generations

August 4, 2013 ... more »»

Local leader’s century-old manuscript published

August 4, 2013 A new volume on the local history shelf is the product of an unusual partnership between two men with ties to Fulton County. John G. Agno, a native of Broadalbin who now lives in Ann Arbor, Mich. more »»



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