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The hype surrounding the long-awaited Winds of Winter continues. But could there be an end date in sight?
His magic has made it to the big leagues! The Saratoga Magician, 23-year-old Steven Brundage, has made it big after landing a feature on Good Morning America this morning.
Tom Durkin is retiring after a 24 year long career as Saratoga County's favorite race track announcer. Durkin thrills horse racing fans with his exciting and unique style. The last race he calls will be held on August 31, 2014.
The bluish-white words "The Wine Bar" are illuminated on the sidewalk in front of the picturesque Broadway restaurant that sits lofted above the sidewalk. The Wine Bar's 14-year tenure at this ideal location is getting a refreshing update under new Restaurant Manager Matt Campion and Executive Chef Cameron Nealey.
Although it's 2013 and not 1963, the halls of Skidmore College are abuzz with Beatlemania. Each fall before Thanksgiving, students, faculty, and the Skidmore community gear up for the annual Beatles tribute concert, Beatlemore Skidmania.
We spoke with Professor Gordon Thompson, the man behind the student group that plans the event. We also got a chance to chat with student David Slitzky about his experience as a performer and an organizer of the incredibly popular concert.
On Friday, October 11, at 7:30am in the morning, Jeannette Liebers opened the doors to her much-anticipated Sweet Mimi's Cafe on Phila Street in downtown Saratoga.
Somewhat of a car enthusiast, Moskovits was amazed at how the Auto Museum opened his eyes to new pieces of automotive history he had yet to learn. He couldn't stop talking about his Auto Museum trip to his coworkers, and they got in touch with us here at Saratoga.com to share his experience and photos.
The following is a first-hand account of Moskovits' visit:
"Being part of Kars4Kids for a while now has given me a real appreciation for cars.
It was an appreciation that developed over time; at first I was just familiar with cars nearing their end-of-life, and grew to learn how every car no matter how rusted, dented, or what mechanical issues it may have can still make a huge impact . Every car has some value and that value can put a smile on the face of a child.