Strum is a professor of history and political science at Sage College of Albany. He has published articles about the local Jewish community in the National Social Science Journal and the Schenectady County Historical Society Newsletter. In 2006 he co-curated an exhibit on the history of Schenectady's Jews that was exhibited at Sage College of Albany, SCHS, and the Schenectady Jewish Community Center.
New York, N.Y. - NYC & Company, New York City's official marketing, tourism and partnership organization, has announced the Upper West Side as the next destination to be featured in the Neighborhood x Neighborhood promotional campaign. Located between Central Park ...
1000 Islands (Dec. 8) - The 1000 Islands International Tourism Council launched its completely revamped visit1000islands.com today.
The interactive design by ABC Creative Group of Syracuse integrates the latest digital trends and technology, including dynamic video and rich imagery that emphasize the greatest natural and recreational assets of the 1000 Islands Region.
With fresh glittering snow blanketing the charming countryside, Orange County is only a seventy minute ride from Manhattan, two and a half hours from Philadelphia, three and a half hours from Boston, and one of Santa's most favorite stops.
Lake George, N.Y. - Temperatures are plummeting, and the snow has started to fall, which means it's time to embrace winter in the Lake George Area of New York's Adirondacks - on the slopes and off!
If downhill skiing is your thing, head to Gore Mountain in North Creek, recently named a "Top 10 Mountain" by SKI Magazine for its value, lifts, scenery and terrain variety. Add the new "Adirondack Express II" high-speed quad lift and you've got plenty of reasons to visit Gore this winter.
From Downton Abbey-Inspired, to a Yule Log Hunt, Make NY's Adirondacks Your Home for the Holidays
Adirondack Region, N.Y. - This year's lineup of Adirondack holiday festivals includes a celebration straight out of a Laura Ingalls Wilder book, and skiing and riding with Old Saint Nick.
Just four hours north of New York City and two hours south of Montreal, head to theAdirondacks this holiday season to enjoy:
‘Gifting the Adirondacks' Holiday Fair, December 5-6, at the Adirondack Folk School in Lake Luzerne, features a wide selection of handcrafted works of art for sale.
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