News and Info for 07/12/2017

A passion for the design and function of Adirondack guideboat paddles | NCPR News “Saranac Lake antiques expert Ted Comstock has a great respect for Adirondack-North Country history and artifacts. At the top of his list is the Adirondack guideboat.

News and Info for 05/30/2017

Watch: Clarence Petty, “An Adirondack Childhood” | NCPR News “Adirondack conservationist Clarence Petty lived to the age of 104. By any measure, he packed a lot of living into those years. He was a pioneering aviator, a teacher, and a

News and Info for 02/25/2017

“Murder in the Adirondacks: An American Tragedy Revisited” by Craig Brandon | NCPR News “It’s been over one hundred years since a search party found Grace Brown’s body in the bottom of Big Moose Lake in the western Adirondacks. The

News and Info for 08/21/2016

An Englishman in the Adirondacks tells the story of summer | NCPR News “This hot, glorious summer is almost over. Labor Day is just a couple of weeks away. Soon, kids will be heading back to school, the leaves will

News and Info for 08/09/2016

This Outdoor, Treetop Museum Is Unlike Any Other | Outside Online “You’ve never seen a museum like this. The Wild Walk is the latest addition to the Wild Center, a museum which promotes the education of the natural history of

News and Info for 04/11/2016

The History of Resort Hotels: The Getaway Destination for the Elite in the Adirondacks “Sprawling resort hotels began popping up in many locations throughout the United States, but the Adirondacks was a particularly desirable destination, due to the region’s proximity

News and Info for 02/19/2016

Fire & Ice Festival | Tupper Lake, Adirondacks “Built around the popular Fire & Ice Golf Tournament, the Fire & Ice Festival is a spectacular showcase of all things fun about winter in the Adirondacks. As the event schedule continues to grow each year

News and Info for 02/18/2016

An Adirondack Culinary Tale: Part Two | Foods & Flavors of the Adirondacks “The most important factor for these early visitors when it came to food was quantity. Temporary or permanent, young or old, these early Adirondack residents worked hard