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History lovers who may have a little bit too much history; in the attic, the garage, the barn or wherever, might want to get ready... [Read More]
History lovers who may have a little bit too much history — in the attic, the garage, the barn or wherever — might want to get ready... [Read More]
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Nobody believes Ivar Giaever when he tells people how lazy he used to be. Why would they? [Read More]
When Walter Robb left his hometown in rural Pennsylvania and went off to college in 1945, there was little doubt he would be a success.... [Read More]
Walter Robb and Ivar Giaever were two of General Electric's brightest lights during the second half of the 20th century, but they didn't always see... [Read More]
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Kate Fagan knows as well as anyone how feelings of insecurity and anxiety can make life miserable for a college freshman far away from home. [Read More]
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When Walter Robb left his hometown in rural Pennsylvania and went off to college in 1945, there was little doubt he would be a success.... [Read More]
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Nobody believes Ivar Giaever when he tells people how lazy he used to be. Why would they? He won the 1973 Noble Prize in Physics... [Read More]
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EDITOR'S NOTE: In week nine of our series on General Electric's 125th anniversary, we take a look back at the distinguished careers of two of... [Read More]
When Walter Robb left his hometown in rural Pennsylvania and went off to college in 1945, there was little doubt he would be a success.... [Read More]
Despite being born into wealth, life was quite complicated for William Durant. [Read More]
Alex Lombard is pleased with the way the Lake George Music Festival has grown over the past seven years, but he's not necessarily surprised. [Read More]
Gaetano Donizetti's "The Elixir of Love" was a great hit in Italy in the mid-19th century, and it figures to be just as popular at... [Read More]
For two voracious readers like Cynthia Blyth and Sandra Riccio, killing some time in a used book store is just about as good as it... [Read More]
Prominent Abraham Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer will be at the home of sculptor Daniel Chester French in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, on Wednesday for "Lincoln Speaks." [Read More]
The Park Playhouse staff did a superb job of bringing Harlem and Tin Pan Alley to Albany's Washington Park last month with its production of... [Read More]
Neil Simon and Norm Foster seem to have a similar take on life, and it's one Terry Rabine finds particularly entertaining. As a result, the... [Read More]
Lawn tickets for Sting's 57th & 9th concert Aug. 30 at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center are now available online at www.livenation.com, the SPAC Box... [Read More]
In April 1914, John Apperson became the first person to ski down Mt. Washington's legendary Tuckerman Ravine. It was just one of many challenges the... [Read More]
  In April of 1914, John Apperson became the first person to ski down Mt. Washington's legendary Tuckerman Ravine. It was just one of many... [Read More]
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