What seems to be a form of simple exercise is actually a life-changing routine to people such as Kay Woodruff.
The Southern Tier Riders Association, a group of local motorcycle enthusiasts, will hold its “Ride for a Wish” dice run July 10. The event benefits the Make-a-Wish Foundation, which raisesMore→
The media love to make lists — and I’m a sucker for reading them. Just put a numeral in front of an interesting topic, and I can’t resist reading on.More→
Governor Paterson has been sounding like a station manager during a public TV pledge drive. These are the guys who appear a couple times a year during on-air fundraisers.More→
Wouldn’t it be nice, while you’re picking up pasta and sauce at the supermarket, to be able to grab a bottle of wine before you check out. At least three supermarkets in Livingston County share plaza space with the local wine and liquor store, and others are nearby — but nevermind. That’s not convenient enough. Why have to walk from one store to another?More→
If you like a good dry riesling, you’ll not do much better than to pick up a bottle made by Eagle Crest Winery in Conesus. That was the opinion of a panel of experts at the International Eastern Wine Competition last month, sponsored by Vineyard and Winery Magazine. The Eagle Crest Dry Riesling took “Best in Class” against wines from over 30 states and 12 countries.More→
The Hartford House is one of of a handful of buildings you notice as you approach Geneseo from Piffard along Route 63. The three-story mansion, with its double bay windows recalls a time when General James S. Wadsworth and his wife Mary watched over the fields and hunting grounds of the Genesee River Valley in the early 19th century. These days, care of the Hartford House falls mainly on the shoulders of Wadsworth’s great-great-great-grandson Corrin Strong and his girlfriend Amy Carpenter. Together, the couple are planning an open house Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. to mark the Hartford House’s 175th anniversary.More→
Indulge me again as I reach beyond the county line in an editorial topic — this time, the horrific oil spill that is growing every day in the Gulf of Mexico. It’s easy for us in Livingston County look at this disaster with a degree of detachment. After all, it’s not the beach at Conesus Lake that’s been tarred with petrochemicals, nor has our local food industry been tainted for decades, its reputation left in ruins.More→