Slide it: Two views, created with Juxtapose software, of what is now Charles R. Wood Park in Lake George.
Observations from Sports Editor Greg Brownell's two-week road trip across the United States.
Looking back, 20 years later.
Slide it: Two views, created with Juxtapose software, of the interior of Crandall Public Library, 13 years apart.
Ken Tingley, formerly the longtime editor of The Post-Star, has put together a collection of columns, published under the title, “The Last American Editor,” which can be ordered now through Something or Other Publishing.
Slide it: Two views, created with Juxtapose software, of the Park Theater in Glens Falls.
A four-member family's four-wheel-drive adventure in a Jeep.
Juxtaposed: Two views, several years apart, from the same location in Fort Edward.
The amusement park up the road.
'Secret History of Wonder Woman' tells an unlikely tale of an unconventional marriage arrangement and the creation of an iconic feminist comic book by a male psychologist.
A sliver of history about local silver screens.
I have missed the library, this “third place” to be, though it was never far away.
Ross MacDonald wrote probably the greatest American detective series ever with the 18 Lew Archer novels, and "Find a Victim" is a great early entry in the series.
Videos add to The Post-Star's daily report.
Hacker Boat wrote on its application that it didn't need assistance from the local IDA for its project to go ahead, but the answer was probably a mistake based on the way the question was phrased.
South African novelist Alan Paton wrote a biography about his friend, Jan Hofmeyr, a brilliant academic and politician, that illuminates the moral dilemmas of politics in the country.
The popular notion that all media in the U.S. is controlled by a handful of corporations is not true of newspapers.
Congresswoman Elise Stefanik appeared as a guest on a podcast named as a crass reference to the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, talking about her efforts to promote women in politics.
Contemporary literary fiction is a category better left unread, but contemporary genre fiction, like the Easy Rawlins private eye novels, has some pleasures to offer.
Looking back on a frustrating moment made this copy editor appreciate, or maybe rethink, a lifestyle while driving through Washington County.
Reading a couple of esoteric books and one pulpish novel.
Ken Tingley, who retired last spring from The Post-Star, has returned to writing columns, among other projects.
Rent.com has named Glens Falls the third-cheapest place in New York to rent an apartment.
Sports Editor Greg Brownell offers up his opinions about the latest development in high school sports.
Adirondack Theatre Festival, unable to do live shows in a theater, has, instead, been staging live interactive shows online, via the Zoom app. The latest, "Manhunt,," is a fun, engaging murder-mystery.