Some athletes are like fine wines or bourbons, depending on your preference. They take time to develop. Minor league baseball is stocked with players that organizations hope will develop like a fine cabernet or single malt bourbon. Ballclubs begin touting some of these young players on they day they sign their contract. However, most of them are never mentioned.
There's a quaint tiny home hotel that is only an hour and a half from the Capital Region where you will feel like you are in the middle of nature. It's called Hurley House and it is a new retreat on the grounds of the old Twin Lakes resort in Hurley, NY. There are tiny homes set up all throughout the rolling hills in the shadow of the Catskill Mountains alongside a beautiful lake. These 400 square-foot homes have everything you need for a relaxing stay. They all have floor-to-ceiling windows to enjoy the scenery along with a skylight in the bathroom for natural light. Hurley House is set to open this spring.
Two of the Capital Region's best have collided to make signature sauces to sell across the country. Chef Ric Orlando has teamed up with Nine Pin Ciderworks to create two delicious sauces that hit the market today.
When a hurricane is coming through an area, you always think about evacuating and getting to a safe place. What happens to the animals in the shelters of those areas? They need to be evacuated too. That's where Pets Alive comes in. They are a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter in Orange County, NY in the Hudson Valley.