Releasing Millennials into the W!ld

Entitled. Broke. Lazy. Glued to their phones. That’s us. Who wants that? Millennials tend to have a bad rap. But we’re also sharers, we prefer experiences over things, some of us are parents, and there are billions of us. So how do we convince our own demographic to choose the Adirondacks as a place to spend time and […]

Choices, Choices

Living and working in the Lake George Area has many perks. Topping the list for me is the ability to throw some gear in a pack, hop in my car and in just a half an hour be in a place where you can no longer hear the buzz of the city. I feel like I cheated. […]

Ever Upward!

  A few weeks ago, this correspondent traveled to the fair city of Syracuse, New York for the annual Create Upstate design conference. The two-day event is hosted by various Upstate AIGA chapters with industry-leading sponsors (Adobe, Mohawk Paper, et. al.) and an impressive roster of guest speakers. I actually won the tickets at the […]

Views from the Trail

The Childless Tramps and Friends celebrated National Trails Day, Saturday June 4, with a hike up Noonmark Mountain in the Adirondacks.