Renowned as the guitarist's guitar player, British blues-rock legend Albert Lee is to perform Sunday in the Lake George Blues & Roots Festival
Research continues to confirm what most of us already knew as kids, that outdoor recreation provides a variety of important benefits that go well beyond the obvious fun and games.
Nationally renowned primitive folk-art painter Cate Mandigo, who has spent decades living and working in the Adirondacks, is holding an art show and sale on two consecutive Wednesdays in Chestertown — and a portion of the deeply discounted sale prices will go to a local charity.
A treasured natural landmark in the region, recently slated for development, is now to be a wild preserve with hiking trails, thanks to donations contributed by many area citizens as well as several prominent community and business leaders.
The long-running traditional community carnival to benefit the Warrensburg Volunteer Fire Company is set to return this weekend.
In recent days, I’ve spent a fair share of time in the woods and on the mountains.
Raising funds for Johnsburg graduates who've pledged to continue their education, the thirteenth annual Race the Train event returns to North Creek on Saturday, Aug. 1.
This year's Adirondack Shindig will raise awareness and funds to repair the crumbling foundation of a historical church in the town which the historical society hopes to convert into a museum.
Come to Lake George Sunday afternoon for a free rock concert and see why the acclaimed rock group Wild Adriatic is now building a national fan base, and also check out guitarist Mike LaPointe and hear his renditions of the power rock anthems of the 1970s.
The upscale yard sale that attracts thousands from across northeastern U.S. — and features antiques, collectivles, tools, art, books and virtually anything imaginable — is occurring this weekend.
An array of selected artwork and crafts, fresh local vegetables, live acoustic music, demonstrations, food samplings and socializing — it's all featured at the Adirondack Riverfront Arts Fest this Friday in Warrensburg.
Popular music, show tunes and patriotic selections will fill be emanating from a lakeside amphitheater this weekend, as the Lake George Community Band Festival musicians perform with enthusiasm.
The town of Chester Library's renowned book sale — which attracts hundreds of bibliophiles and book collectors/dealers from all over the northeastern U.S. and Canada — has a remarkable new array of volumes this year.
Funds raised by Internet crowd-funding campaign
A mysterious theft that has baffled concerned citizens and local law enforcement for nearly a year, while still unsolved, is set to be rectified later this year.
Thurman leaders' groundbreaking "white space" project to bring Internet access to the residents of their sparsely-populated town experienced local political opposition and a myriad of technological challenges — but it overcame them all. Recently, the wireless access project was named "most innovative" in the state.
- This weekend
- 'Contact the Editor' Link
- Deer take down 10 percent in the northern zone
- Survivor, night 2
- Ready for another week of 'Survivor'
- Predictions on the 2011 rut
- More on backcountry damage
- Irene did not spare the backcountry
- Deer plan has holes