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Lily Dale by Christine Wicker

My great grandparents, Tint and Emma Champlin, had a house in Lily Dale, New York. Like many in their generation —including Sir

The Next Big Thing

Technology is a funny thing. Even those most tuned into it don’t have much of an idea of what will come next

The Gem Diner

When my family first moved to Syracuse, the locals were quick to introduce us to some important Syracuse traditions, chief among them

3 Books, 3 Stories, 3 Local Authors Three books, united by a city

Book 1: Floor Burns by M.C. Antil

A Borg By Any Other Name

This is a strange time to be a human being.

Do you remember the Borg? You will if you were a

The Blue Tusk

Think about Armory Square in downtown Syracuse: an area that picked itself up over 20 years ago and decided to “become” –

George Orwell’s The Road to Wigan Pier

Everyone has read Orwell’s classic “1984,” and probably “Animal Farm.” Some of us have also read “Down and Out in Paris and

Spoofed!

This is one tech column I’d really rather not be writing!

Pathfinder Bank

When Pathfinder Bank says it “strives to be the local community bank that you can trust,” it’s far more than a tag

Googled by Ken Auletta

There is something to be said for reading a book like this well past its “sell-by” date.