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NYC Aglow During Holiday Season

Text by Jeff and Stephanie Sylva Don’t let the pandemic dampen your holiday spirit this season. Get out and illuminate your mood at one of two nighttime outdoor holiday light extravaganzas in New York City. The New York Botanical Garden’s (NYBG) outdoor color-and-light experience NYBG GLOW is taking place on select evenings now until Saturday, …

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East Aurora, New York.

The Roycroft Campus – Home of the American Arts and Crafts Movement

By Dave Zuchowski   Photos by Bill Rockwell Whether you call it quaint or charming, East Aurora, a town of a little more than 6,000 residents in Northwestern New York, is certainly All-American with a Norman Rockwell vibe and a vibrant artistic air. The Roycroft Campus The centerpiece of its considerable allure is the Roycroft Campus, which …

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New York’s Adirondacks – A Stunning Landscape to Play Golf and Explore

Experience and photos by Deirdre Frost A trip to New York’s Adirondacks is spectacular, but one destination that is special in the world of golf is surprisingly, a family-run golf resort just outside Lake George in Warrensburg. Known as Cronin’s Golf Resort, this 18-hole golf course attracts players from far and wide to practice their …

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The Casablanca Hotel: Bogart and Broadway

Story by Will A. Davis Those of us of a “certain age”  may remember with fondness and nostalgia the  now classic  1942 movie “Casablanca” starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, along with many other legendary stars gathering at the notorious Rick’s Cafe  in a story filled with intrigue and romance. Magic The Casablanca Hotel in …

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