To get there and back requires a ten-mile hike beginning and ending at Adirondack Loj, near Lake Placid. Yet the rewards gained are as impressive as those delivered by any of the region's celebrated summits.more »
For many in the Adirondacks, the bullhead was the first fish, the one that gave the first sweet taste of fishing and its gastronomic and spiritual rewards. more »
Jul 18, 2016 1:32 PM Curiously Adirondack
Ampersand Mountain in the Adirondacks is hardly a bump on the landscape compared to the great mountains of the West. Even by Adirondack standards it's a modest peak. But its rewards are as good as it gets: rich old woods rich in birds and wildflowers more »
Jul 1, 2016 3:53 PM Curiously Adirondack
At the end of World War II, Paul Casson was given advice by friends: to soothe frazzled nerves he should take up painting. More than seventy years later, he's still at it, finding joy and serenity in capturing the beauty of nature with brush and oil. more »
Jun 17, 2016 1:31 PM Curiously Adirondack
Building on a history stretching back more than 150 years, the Adirondack General Store flourishes in the twenty-first century by offering the best of the old and the new. Maureen and Robert Diaz, who made a bold move from Queens to the remote hamlet more »
Jun 17, 2016 1:28 PM Curiously Adirondack
A scientist turned sawyer named Ollie Burgess turns trees into rustic building materials in the northern Adirondack township of St. Armand. more »
Mar 25, 2016 2:46 PM Curiously Adirondack
For years, skeptics have laughed and groaned while sightings and signs of an enormous aquatic rodent in the Adirondacks have multiplied. more »
Dec 18, 2015 11:42 AM Curiously Adirondack
Gail Doering on returning CHC retreat participants more »
May 1, 2013 1:12 PM Curiously Adirondack
Ruth Ann Lavoie on connecting with other women at CHC healing retreats more »
May 1, 2013 1:11 PM Curiously Adirondack
Naj Wikoff on the rich history of healing in the Adirondacks more »
May 1, 2013 1:04 PM Curiously Adirondack
Fran Yardley talks about the dedicated team at Creative Healing Connections more »
May 1, 2013 1:03 PM Curiously Adirondack
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Ninety-year-young lifelong Adirondack woman Mary Brockway Dufort Bomyea and her nine-year-old great-granddaughter Lennon Kathleen Clement discover that it isn’t just the children who learn from talking with their grandparents.
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Paul Willcott - Featured Adirondack Blogger
GEEZERBLOCKHEAD.COM - Paul Willcott is a lapsed Texan with four degrees from the University of Texas, including a Ph.D. in foreign language education and a law degree. He is an experienced magazine writer, editor and publisher, newspaper columnist, and scholar. His blog often focuses on the Adirondack Village of Saranac Lake and Franklin Manor, a former monastery/tuberculosis sanatorium, where he and his wife, Ann, currently reside.
Exploring The Adirondacks with Colton Clement
Follow Mountain Lake Moves ambassador Colton Clement around the Adirondacks and learn some things along the way!
Exclusive Concert Photos!
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- Gino Vannelli in Montreal (4-18-15)
- Joe Bonamassa in Montreal (4-9-15)
- Brit Floyd in Montreal (4-7-15)
- Celtic Woman in Montreal (3-26-15)
- Joe Bonamassa in Quebec City (5-20-14)
- ELVIS Comeback to '68 Tribute in Montreal - May 17th, 2014
- Brit Floyd in Canada - April 11 and 12, 2014
- Straight No Chaser in Montreal - December 5, 2013
- The Tenors in Montreal - November 23, 2013
- Josh Groban in Montreal - October 27, 2013
- Celtic Thunder in Burlington - September 30, 2013
- Il Volo in Montreal - September 8, 2013
- Joe Bonamassa in Montreal - May 8, 2013
- Chris Isaak in Montreal - October 30, 2012
- Video Games Live in Montreal - October 26, 2012
Exploring the wild, weird, and wondrous Adirondack Mountains and the people who call them home.
- The Adirondack Mountain Village of Saranac Lake Remembers Its Curative Past
- Catch Our Drift: Why Adirondackers Love Winter, Sort Of
- Fifty Beds, Two Lakes, And An Otter: Bartlett's Hotel In Its Heyday, 1854-1894
- Intervale Lowlands: Biologist Larry Master Re-Wilds 135 Acres Near Lake Placid
- What Does The Moose Say?
- Adirondack Exercise Club
- Dirt, Food, and Friends: Fledging Crow Farm Celebrates The Harvest
- Asleep Beneath The Sod: Saranac Lake's Historic Pine Ridge Cemetery
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My work with Interactive Journalist Sophie Blackburn!
A collection of productions featuring the always vibrant Sophie Blackburn. It's a true pleasure working with her any chance I get! Photo courtesy of Laura Carbone. L to R: Sophie Blackburn, Blues singer Alexis P. Suter, Josh Clement.