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Official 2014 Long Island Travel Guide Now Available

Apr 11, 2014 by I Love New York Staff

Hauppauge, N.Y.- The official 2014 Long Island Travel Guide has arrived and is available FREE by contacting the Long Island Convention and Visitors Bureau at 1-877-386-6654 ext. 210 or visiting

Full of information on what to see and do on Long Island, the Long Island Travel Guide makes it easy to explore Long Island's parks, museums, beaches, ...

Registration Now Open for the 66th Troy Turkey Trot

Oct 11, 2013 by I Love New York Staff

troy-turkey-trot.jpgTroy, N.Y.  - More than eight thousand participants from three dozen states are expected to descend upon the home of iconic Uncle Sam this Thanksgiving (Nov. 28) for the 66th annual Troy Turkey Trot, one of the oldest and largest road races in New York state. The event, which attracted a record field of 8,167 last year, features a 5K, 10K, Grade School Mile and Turkey Walk. Changes this year ...

Bright, Beautiful Fall Colors Spreading Across New York State

Oct 3, 2012 by I Love New York Staff

Whiteface Mountain (Photo by Sue Cameron)Columbus Day Weekend offers peak leaf peeping in Adirondacks, Catskills, Chautauqua-Allegheny, Central New York regions This is the fourth 2012 FALL COLOR REPORT for New York State. Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend. FALL COLOR REPORTS are issued every Wednesday afternoon. Albany, N.Y. - Leaf peeping and Columbus Day ...

New York State Has More Leaves Than Anyone Else

Aug 22, 2012 by I Love New York Staff

One of three waterfalls at Letchworth State ParkState's Official Fall Foliage Color Reports Begin September 12 Albany, N.Y. - Okay, while we cannot say with absolute certainty that New York State has more leaves than anyone else, we can say that we believe New York's foliage bounty and beauty make it the most desirable autumn travel destination for "Leaf Peepers" nationwide. And it is a fact that New York State has almost as many acres of ...

New York State Visitors Can Get Third Night Free This Summer

Jun 30, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

iloveny-stack.jpgConsumers Who Book Two Nights, Get Third Free at 250 Participating Accommodations NEW YORK - New Yorkers are encouraged to stay in-state when traveling this summer, and take advantage of I Love New York statewide travel deals for consumers seeking a stress-free getaway this summer season. Hundreds of lodging properties, including privately-owned campgrounds, will take part in I LOVE NEW YORK's ...

Landis Arboretum News: TriCounty Arts Council/Arboretum Arborist-Artist Fred Breglia Unite

Jan 20, 2009 by I Love New York Staff

In Multilevel, Month-long Showcase on Global Warming

SCHOHARIE REGION (01/19/2009; 0600)(readMedia)-- Art imitating nature? The ego acting out through unconscious, creative activity? Whatever your perspective, it is sure to find a fresh flashpoint for discussion at an exhibit of art and sculpture by Schoharie Region artist Ferdinand Breglia. Whether conscious or unconscious, his visual ...

The Original Family Skiing Experience

Oct 22, 2008 by I Love New York Staff

Penn Yan, NY – October 21, 2008 - So many skiers fell in love with their sport when a ski area was a family affair, with the owners running the rope tows and neighborhood kids running the hot cocoa shack. That experience in has not been lost in the Finger Lakes, where great family resorts let you say goodbye to $100 lift tickets, 30-minute lift lines and spending the day trying to find your ...

12th Annual Irish 2000 Music and Arts Festival – A Two-Day Event

Sep 4, 2008 by I Love New York Staff

The 12th Annual Irish 2000 Music and Arts Festival kicks off at 5 p.m. on Friday with two stages featuring performances by a number of acts including Greenwich Meantime, Neck, Carbon Leaf; Enter the Haggis, The Tossers and Barrage.On Saturday, the festival continues from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. with more than 20 performances on four stages, including Great Big Sea, Seven Nations, Gaelic Storm and Hair ...

4th Annual Civil War Heritage Day Sept. 13 at Albany Rural Cemetery

Aug 25, 2008 by I Love New York Staff

ALBANY, N.Y. – A full day of Civil War sights and sounds will be seen and heard throughout Albany Rural Cemetery in Menands from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 13, during the 4th Annual Civil War Heritage Day. 

The day recognizes the more than 800 Civil War Veterans who are buried at Albany Rural Cemetery.


Civil War Soldier Camps, a mounted cavalry and displays of Civil War period ...


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