Today’s global economy needs a more educated workforce and that is changing how we look at secondary education. A new kind of school is taking shape in the North Country connecting students directly to college and employers more »
See what's coming up on Mountain Lake Journal this Friday at 8pm. more »
Apr 15, 2014 Mountain Lake Journal
Join us for an intimate look at the freshly conserved portraits of Betsey Ketchum Delord, oil on wood panel, 1818 and Henry Livingston Webb, oil on canvas, 1834. more »
Apr 15, 2014 Arts & Culture
John Warren of the Adirondack Almanack checks in each Friday morning with a look at outdoor recreation conditions around the Adirondacks for the weekend. more »
What's big and red and rises 1,100 feet above the flat, hot plain of central Australia? Uluru, or Ayers Rock, of course, the most famous piece of sandstone in the world. more »
The Ted K Center at the Plattsburgh Housing Authority has launched a new campaign to raise awareness with the help of Public Relations students at SUNY Plattsburgh. more »
Apr 9, 2014 News
From the 3rd of April until Sunday, April 13th 2014 at the MAI (Montréal, Arts Interculturels),Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre's presents Blind, a play that exposes the current persecution and discrimination of people living with albinism in Tanzania. more »
O.Noir provides a setting in which you can live one of the most unusual dining experiences you will ever have: Eating in the pitch dark! more »
Budget Deal, Prison Turning into Summer Camp, Home from Sochi, Play Ball, New Marketplace, Chamber Music Festival more »
New York Budget Deal, Alcoa Deal Revised, New Hires, Pitch to Bring Baseball Back to Montreal, Quebec Election more »
For those who crave the taste of authentic Chinese food in an intimate, clean and convivial atmosphere, search no further than the almost two months old restaurant Aunt Dai that opened its doors officially on February 5th, 2014 in Montreal. more »
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