With the Christmas holiday season upon us, it's time to start thinking about where you're going to get your tree this year. Many Americans buy artificial (i.e. fake) trees, but there are significant advantages
to both the environment and the economy to buy a real tree in our own area.
"Tis the season for giving. With unprecented wild weather in our area this year that included hurricane force winds, torrential rain and flooding as well as a couple of tornadoes, the need for help has been greater than ever too. Your generosity can help.
I read an article on CNN the other day that said that a Long Island couple is trying to trademark the "Occupy Wall Street" slogan so that they can sell T-shirts, sweatshirts, bumper stickers, etc. with that lettered on them. What do you think about that?
In our area, with the colder weathercomes snow, and with the snow comes the opportunity to go skiing. And if you are a skier, the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and the Ski Areas of New York are giving you a new opportunity to show your love for skiing.
As you starting thinking about what to get for those "hard to buy for" people on your list this holiday season, here is a suggestion from the unusal gift category. Just make sure you've got the cash to cover it.
Brantley Gilbert's latest hit "Country Must Be Country Wide" describes how Country folks are raised to help - it's not where you live, you're not raised to take, but raised to give; giving the shirt off your back to help anyone in need. With that thought in mind, Governor Cuomo has launched a Labor Day weekend effort to tap into the good neighbor instincts of New Yorkers and rally volunteers to pitch in on local clean-ups of public and private property following the devastation of Hurricane Irene.
NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series runs at only two road courses during the year and one of them is this weekend here in New York at Watkins Glen International. I often get asked who is NASCAR's best road racer? Well the answer sometimes surprises. It's Jeff Gordon.
For the first time in five years, the Ferrari Challenge race series is returning to Lime Rock Park in Lakeville, Connecticut, about an hour and a half from here in the Capital Region of New York State. The date is next Saturday, July 30.
NASCAR driver Brian Vickers dropped into the Daytona International Speedway for a promotional visit last Wednesday. The drop-in visit was literally just that as Vickers became the first driver in history to parachute into the speedway.
The summer season brings out the crowds to a variety of adventure parks, theme parks, and amusement parks. We have some great parks that are not too far away. If you're going, it's important to follow some basic safety guidelines.
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