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Plants, statues intermingle for magical effect in sculpture garden

Plants, statues intermingle for magical effect in sculpture garden

Monday, March 23, 2015
There are a lot of larger-than-life characters inhabiting Wouterina de Raad’s garden.
 
Cap Region Boomers focuses on those over 50

Cap Region Boomers focuses on those over 50

Friday, Feb. 27, 2015
A woman who makes vintage-style aprons and an 88-year-old who still finds time to go to the gym. Those are some of the stories in today's Cap Region Boomers.
 

Vision deteriorating? These strategies, devices can help in the kitchen

Friday, Feb. 27, 2015
Gloria Hill whipped up all sorts of food for Thanksgiving dinner last year. There was cornbread stuffing, corn pudding, creamed sweet potatoes and a broccoli dish.
 
Determined 88-year-old: Exercise ‘good for the soul’

Determined 88-year-old: Exercise ‘good for the soul’

Friday, Feb. 27, 2015
Not many people can say they’ve worked out at the gym with their great-grandson, but Eva Lucarelli can.
 
93-year-old reflects on farm upbringing, GE, serving others

93-year-old reflects on farm upbringing, GE, serving others

Friday, Feb. 27, 2015
When Beverly Lewis-Salley moved to Schenectady in the early 1950s, her first impression of the city was that it was beautiful. It was quite a change from the home she’d known in Blackridge, Virginia.
 
Seamstress says her vintage-style aprons come with personality

Seamstress says her vintage-style aprons come with personality

Friday, Feb. 27, 2015
Mauri Lewis is a retired social studies teacher, but you’d swear she’s been in sales all her life.
 
Former music teacher says he has much to be thankful for

Former music teacher says he has much to be thankful for

Friday, Feb. 27, 2015
Myron Hermance sang in a strong tenor as his wife, Alicia, sweetly played “Somewhere over the Rainbow” on the old upright piano in their living room.
 
Soilless plants fun to grow, and your hands stay clean too

Soilless plants fun to grow, and your hands stay clean too

Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015
Love plants but hate dirt? There’s a whimsical burst of greenery that has your name on it.
 
Santa adds to Rotterdam man's holiday tradition
ROTTERDAM

Santa adds to Rotterdam man's holiday tradition

Thursday, Dec. 25, 2014
Picture a land where photos with Santa are free and the lines are, well, there are none. Such a land exists in the front yard of Gary Crandall, who for the past four years has placed an animated, inflatable Santa under a portable shed painted to look like a castle outside his Wellington Avenue home.
 
Poll: Cards, gifts cross religious lines
Washington

Poll: Cards, gifts cross religious lines

Monday, Dec. 22, 2014
77 percent of Americans plan to exchange gifts this holiday season and 48 percent will send greeting cards.
 
 

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