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The Scotswoman by Inglis Fletcher

One of the things that appeals to me about books and reading is that they’re like a fingerprint —once imprinted, they remain

The Wine Lover’s Guide To Wine Bars

Over the course of the last few years, more people have started to regard going out for light snacks and drinks as

Why I Am a Photographer of Women

Why I Photograph Women.

Singing Jazz in Syracuse, A Quick Jam with Julie Howard

Jazz. It deserves a bigger presence in Central New York, for certain. But, it is here.

The LaFayette Inn

“A true hidden gem. Amazing fresh fish and beef sandwiches.”

“We can’t wait to come back to try new flavors of

Checklist For The Last Chapter

It’s been a while since I’ve covered it but I have to deal with it practically every day so let’s make sure

Expanding Our Discussions

The September 24 Post-Standard featured an article by Anna Clark headlined “Affordable clean water is a racial issue.” The headline stated “separate

It Chapter 2

In 2017 the cinematic adaptation Stephen King’s IT was released, and immediately became a bon-fide blockbuster.

Heroin – Law – Compassion

Heroin is truly the playground of the Devil

Sugar Substitute Skulduggery

There is an additive that was recently approved by the FDA that you should know about. Its industrial name is E951. The