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The Love Song of Alfred and Georgia

“Nearby Faraway,” an original musical based upon the lives of Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz, will be staged July 22-24 and July 29-31 at the Carriage House Theater at Fort William Henry. “However complex their marriage, the story of ... Read More

In Search of Sembrich

“The film asks a question: why has she been forgotten?” said Radka Franczak, a Berlin-based filmmaker and writer who traveled to Bolton Landing earlier this summer to resume work on a film about Marcella Sembrich. If Sembrich’s memory persists ... Read More

The Pavilion Restored

The Pavilion, a 19th century hotel and later, the summer home of the family that preserved and restored Fort Ticonderoga, has itself been preserved and restored.  A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on the porch of the Pavilion – the very spot ... Read More

Adirondack Foundation: 25 Years of Good Work

Given the environmental and economic diversity of the six-million-acre Adirondack Park, it’s not surprising that only a handful of organizations have a reach that extends to every town and village lying within the Blue Line.  The Lake ... Read More

Being Instrumental

Skidmore College’s reach extends beyond Saratoga Springs into the Adirondacks. Thanks to Evan Mack, a Skidmore professor, composer and Ticonderoga resident, local students are now able to study remotely with Skidmore music faculty. Mack, who ... Read More

The Hyde Collection to Bring David Smith Home

Music was so important in  the life of sculptor David Smith that he hoped his two daughters, Rebecca and Candida, would become musicians – going so far as to hire Bolton Landing organist and harpsichordist Hugh Allen Wilson to give them ... Read More

Under Western Eyes

On the surface, Afong Moy, the 14-year-old girl brought from China and put on display as the first Chinese woman in America, is nothing but “the gaze” – the western gaze, the male gaze, the gaze of those who attend the theater, the ... Read More