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I cannot express how much my fiancé and I are enjoying our backyard (back porch) herb garden. These fresh herbs not only save me a trip to the grocery store, but brighten up any dish I cook … more
If you have traveled around the county lately then you have surely seen the show that the native Mountain Laurels are putting on. I travel Route 55 between Eldred and White Lake often, and it is the … more
‘Ronno’ was the nickname of David Bowie’s lead guitarist, Mick Ronson, a small but tightly muscled mousy-haired fellow who eventually had to bleach his hair and wear make-up to stay … more
Trying to get some yard work done on Tuesday was quite a chore with all the smoke that was around. I couldn’t believe reading the weather forecast on Monday at Thunder 102 that Tuesday we were … more
Livingston Manor Free Library Director   Juneteenth, the now federal holiday, commemorates the end of slavery in the United States, annually on June 19th. It’s acknowledged under … more
In the history of civilization there were a select few who had an uncanny ability to predict the future. Back in the 16th century there was a man named Nostradamus who was an astrologer, physician … more
When you’re two years-old, you only want to grow bigger; become older. By the time you hit three, you’re so proud of your age, you hold up fingers (not always the right amount) to show … more
Typically, I get so many questions around this time of year asking about garlic scapes, and how to use them. If you don’t know what they are, garlic scapes are the long stem that comes out of, … more
Doesn’t it drive you nuts when you go to the store to get an item to finish a recipe, like a sixteen ounce can of pumpkin, only to find out that the can is now twelve ounces, for the same price … more
Despite the recent occurrences of overnight frost warnings that caused many of us to bring our potted plants indoors, summer is here. As we thankfully unpack our summer clothes and sandals, there are … more
Even though I knew nothing about love at age twelve, my new Easter shoes seemed to know everything. Cadmium yellow square-toed patent leather numbers with a fat buckle; the envy of any pilgrim. They … more
May proved to be a very busy month for us here at the Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association. We started off the month with our annual Member Brochure Exchange, held in the parking lot of our … more
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