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  • Hudson Valley: small towns, artists, farmers, fall color

    Hudson Valley: small towns, artists, farmers, fall color
    Wending our way to the Old Chatham Sheepherding Company, we cross a creek, meander down a country road, then come to a farm with red barns, split-rail fences and flocks of sheep grazing in the green pastures. We walk past the cream-colored sheep with...
  • Group says Wehr's Dam should come down

    Group says Wehr's Dam should come down
    Wehr's Dam has been a fixture along the Jordan Creek in South Whitehall for more than a century. Built of timber and concrete like thousands of dams in waterways across Pennsylvania, it has outlived by more than six decades the grist mill it was built...
  • Raiders head to West Point for out-of-state clash

    – They've played in "The Jungle" in Cincinnati and "The Horseshoe" at Ohio State. They've stomped a defending high school national champion in the refurbished New Orleans' Superdome that had months earlier hosted a Super Bowl. And they've seen...
  • Fall Foliage Cruises Attracting More Fans

    Fall Foliage Cruises Attracting More Fans
    The Northeast's spectacular foliage season is just ahead — which means crowds of leaf-peepers will be taking to the roads to follow the changing colors. But plenty of travelers will instead skip the backed-up scenic highways and crowded country...
  • St. Thomas Aquinas heading to West Point for another out-of-state clash

    St. Thomas Aquinas heading to West Point for another out-of-state clash
    FORT LAUDERDALE – They’ve played in “The Jungle” in Cincinnati and “The Horseshoe” at Ohio State. They’ve stomped a defending high school national champ in the refurbished New Orleans’ Superdome that...
  • 9-11 museum a soul-searching experience: My Word

    My son, Robert David Peraza, was murdered on Sept. 11, 2001, during the World Trade Center terrorist attack in New York City. He was single, 30 years old and worked as a bond trader for Cantor Fitzgerald in Tower 1, floor 104. Suzanne, my wife, and I...
  • Rosie O'Donnell Returns to 'The View' Healthier and Happier

    The last person who thought Rosie O'Donnell would ever return to "The View" was Rosie O'Donnell. In the spring of 2007, the talk show host opted not to renew her contract with the gabfest created by Barbara Walters, even though her controversial...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'Shelter'

    Jennifer Connelly and Anthony Mackie play very different unfortunates who find each other on the streets of New York in "Shelter," the writing-directing debut of Connelly's actor spouse, Paul Bettany. The latter fares better behind the camera than he does...
  • Chinese builder Landsea to invest $1 billion in U.S. housing market

    Chinese builder Landsea to invest $1 billion in U.S. housing market
    A Chinese home builder is poised to invest $1 billion into the U.S. housing market, starting with two developments in California and one in New York. The venture, by Nanjing company Landsea Group, could signal the beginning of a wave of Chinese...
  • Chinese builder makes $1-billion entry into U.S. housing market

    Chinese builder makes $1-billion entry into U.S. housing market
    A major Chinese home builder is making a $1-billion bet on the U.S. housing market, and it came to Los Angeles on Thursday to celebrate. Landsea Group is launching three housing developments – in Simi Valley, in Dublin, Calif., in the east San...
  • Historic Image Of Connecticut More Romantic Than Real

    Historic Image Of Connecticut More Romantic Than Real
    The most famous historic image of Connecticut's creation story is geo-fiction. I refer to Frederic Edwin Church's "Hooker and Company Journeying Through the Wilderness from Plymouth to Hartford, in 1636." Though this magnificent painting captures the...