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Code Blue Saratoga returns to Soul Saving Station
As the days get shorter and the nights get colder, dozens of Saratogians will find shelter through Code Blue Saratoga, a program of … Read More
Girlfriends Lend a Helping Hand to Wellspring
It had been a very bad week for women. The annual Girlfriends Helping Girlfriends evening out at Longfellows landed right after movie … Read More
Brubeck-inspired Collaboration of Music and Film from Pakistan
Modern day Pakistan, to most Americans, doesn’t exactly seem like the home of a flourishing arts and cultural scene. Indeed, after a … Read More
StoryHarvest is North Troy’s festival of food, music, poetry and art
The Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy held its seventh annual StoryHarvest: A Celebration of Art and Food from Seed to Table! on … Read More
Stockade Walkabout explores historic homes, churches
On a crisp and glorious Sept. 23, Capital Region history lovers gathered in Schenectady’s historic Stockade District for the 56th … Read More
Friends Producer Kevin Bright joins Gateway board of directors
Kevin Bright, an executive producer behind the Emmy Award-winning television series Friends, has joined the board of directors at … Read More
Pooches Parade for a Good Cause
Poodles, pugs, shepherds and schnauzers flaunted their furry frames in four-legged fashion at the 7th Annual Pooch Parade in Congress … Read More
Big Eyed Phish headlines UPH benefit at Saratoga Auto Museum
Sick of waiting a whole year between Dave Matthews performances at SPAC? Head to the Saratoga Auto Museum this Saturday for the next … Read More
TRASK Art Show to feature work by 50 artists
Art lovers and art makers will come together Thursday to benefit the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation. The sixth annual TRASK … Read More
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Heaven on Earth

If it's your first time approaching Top Rail Farm, home of Burke Equine Veterinary Rehabilitation and Therapy, watch carefully for the unassuming turn-off, a meandering dirt road punctuated by a …

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“Sugar Plum Soiree” Supports Backstretch Kids
Were you at Racing for the Children's "Sugar Plum Soiree" on Aug. 23, 2017 at the Hall of Springs? Check out these photos from … Read More
Pearl Gala Celebrates Dance Museum's 30th Birthday in Style
The National Museum of Dance and Hall of Fame's 30th Anniversary Gala on Saturday, August 12, was truly a wonderful … Read More
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Sawyer Fredericks to perform at Saratoga’s First Night

The Capital Region—and the world, for that matter—can’t seem to get enough of Sawyer Fredericks. The 18-year-old singer-songwriter from Fultonville first performed in Saratoga at Caffè …

C-SPAN’s Week in Saratoga To Air in December

C-SPAN producers Ashley Hill and Tiffany Rocque got up close and personal with horses on a chilly fall morning at the Oklahoma track during their week of filming in Saratoga Springs during the last …

Finding his passion

Michael Panza is a living and breathing example of the well-known phrase, "pay it forward."  Many people are aware of Panza's successes with his award-winning event- and wedding-planning …

Thrill in the sport of kings

This summer, you have two ways to revel in the thrill of polo at the Saratoga Polo Association's Whitney Field, one of the oldest polo fields in the United States. On the general admission side, …

Meet horseracing’s men and women of steel

Thoroughbred jockeys are the people who make it all happen at Saratoga Race Course. Considered to be, pound for pound, some of the strongest and fittest athletes in the world, they steer …
A few of our favorite things, part 2

In “The Sound of Music,” Julie Andrews sings about her favorite things: a strange assortment including raindrops on roses, bright copper kettles, cream-colored ponies, doorbells, silver white …

Whether you're a native Saratogian or a sometime Saratogian who comes in for track season, you play favorites. That is, you have places that are fond and familiar, places that call your name. In this …
As temperatures begin to drop, it’s only natural to find yourself craving something that will warm you from the inside out. Sometimes you’re on the hunt for a nip of brandy or bourbon, but other …
In the autumn, the colors on the rolling hills of Washington County and the mountains of the southern Adirondacks rival anything you can see in Vermont, and New York’s backroads are more peaceful, …
There’s a particular deep, bright blue in the sky and a slight chill to the air that announces apple season has arrived. New York state produces the most apples after Washington state, and …
Upstate New York is replete with beer and beverage trails, and there are at least six beer trails that include the Capital Region. There is little doubt that this is a result of Gov. Andrew …
Take a culinary trip around the globe at the fourth annual Saratoga International Flavorfeast. Beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday, pick up a "passport" guide at Fingerpaint, Broadway and Division …
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The long-awaited renovation of the historic Adelphi Hotel is finally completed! After five years, the revitalized luxury hotel on Broadway reopened on Sunday, Oct. 1, with a large crowd taking a …
Seeing a Broadway show can make memories that last a lifetime. Proctors has partnered with the Schenectady Boys and Girls Club and the fundraising organization Fundabilities to raise money to send …
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