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The Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) has offered world-class programming since it first opened in 1966, including performances by the Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York City Ballet, and more. Now in its 50th anniversary season, SPAC will release a one-of-a-kind commemorative coffee table book, SPAC50, on December 8th at the Northshire Bookstore.
Several Saratoga restaurants are devastated after an early morning Thanksgiving fire. One of the restaurants, Hamlet & Ghost, is asking for help for their employees through a GoFundMe account.
Do you bike for transportation or recreation in the Capital Region? Do you wish you had the opportunity to bike more?
The CDTA is currently working on a bike-sharing system to be implemented next summer - find out how this new program will work.
Saratoga Springs is home to more than a few fan-favorite pizza places, but a recent development agreement will bring a popular fast casual pizzeria to the region - Uncle Maddio's Pizza! Based in the NY-style of pizza, New York State's first three Uncle Maddio's will be coming to Saratoga County and the Albany area.
Photo: Steak & Blue Pizza, provided by Uncle Maddio's
Over 1 million people visit Saratoga Spa State Park annually to check out the historic mineral springs and explore the popular site. To help educate visitors about the park and increase accessibility throughout the year, the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation plans to renovate an old comfort station into a multi-use Creekside Classroom by next summer!
Photo: Creekside Classroom Rendering (Credit to New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation)
Saratoga Springs has been named one of the best small cities in the country - and the top small city in the state! Check out where we ranked.
Have you seen the construction taking place at the Adelphi Hotel? The renovations have been going on for nearly two years, but the Adelphi Hospitality Group recently announced they're in the final phase of reconstruction! Here's an intimate look at what's been happening at the hotel.
Image provided, rendering courtesy of Glen & Co Architecture
Do you love eating local, organic produce? If so, you're not alone! The number of certified organic farms in New York State is rising, and the industry recently received some exciting news!
A "Smart Cities Roadmap 1.0" - also known as the Smart City Plan - has recently been revealed by the Smart City Commission in Saratoga. The group is going to significantly improve broadband access in the city, but that's not all.
Photo credit: Saratoga Photographer