Hi. I'm the managing editor for the websites of Townsquare Media in Southwest Michigan and lead explorer of Season 1 of the Haunts and Legends of New York video series (http://bit.ly/HauntsAndLegendsNYS) and host of Foodamazoo (http://bit.ly/Foodamazoo).
Looking for Rome’s Abandoned Kent Amphitheater – Haunts and Legends of New York [VIDEO]
Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. While exploring the Mohawk River Trail in Rome, we learned of a long-abandoned amphitheater that once graced the banks of the river.
The 5 Most Punny Business Names in Central New York
Want a memorable name for your business? A clever pun always works. We compiled the top 5 punny business names in Central New York.
Big Savings Available from the 2015 Fall Seize the Deal Auction
You know that Seize the Deal features the Utica area's best daily deals, and a few times each year, the savings get even better with the Seize the Deal Auction.
The Stone Faces of the Hotel Utica
If you've never looked up towards the top of the Hotel Utica, the sides that front Lafayette and Seneca Streets have a secret.
A Glimpse of the Past with the Ghost Signs of Utica [PHOTOS]
Many historic buildings of Utica hold on to images of the distant past with faded signs painted on their brick sides. These signs are called ghost signs and they can be found all over the city.
Looking for Utica’s Underground Railroad Tunnels – Haunts and Legends Extra [VIDEO]
Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. While exploring the Rutger Park Mansion #3 in Utica, we learned an intriguing rumor about a tunnel used by escaped slaves on the Underground Railroad connecting Rutg…
Iconic Coca-Cola Building in Schenectady Demolished
A Schenectady area landmark building, one that carried historic Coca-Cola advertising has been demolished.
Hurricane Joaquin Could Affect New York State
Hurricane Joaquin has formed in the Atlantic Ocean between Bermuda and the Bahamas. As of Wednesday September 30, the track of the storm remains undefined but could bring substantial rain to portions of New York State this weekend.
Photos and Videos from the Syracuse Insane Inflatable 5K 2015
Saturday September 26 was the second running of the Insane Inflatable 5K in Central New York.
Utica Rutger Park Mansion Once Had Some of the Most Expensive Wallpaper in the World
Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. While exploring the Rutger Park Mansion #3 in Utica, we found out some incredible facts about the dining room wallpaper.
Does Downtown Syracuse Have America’s Best Disguised Parking Garage?
Pass by the Vanderbilt/Larned Parking Garage in Syracuse's Hanover Square and you'd be excused for not realizing the historic facades actually house a 5 story parking structure.
Utica Conducted America’s Largest Atomic Bomb Drill in 1951 [VIDEO]
Historic newsreel footage from 1951 shows Utica in the midst of a mock atomic bomb attack.