For a small village in Central New York with just over 1,900 residents, Clinton has a lot going on. And if art is what interests you, you could spend a whole day exploring all the stores selling local art and the galleries featuring local artists. If you like art and are looking for something to do, check out all of these places in Clinton.
With the leaves starting to change and the temperatures starting to dip, it's no doubt fall is in the air. And I don't know about you, but for me, the best part about this time of year is apple cider. Luckily, there are a few great places around this area where I can stock up on the sweet drink. Here are the best places near Utica to get some apple cider.
If you are from Clinton, or would like to know more about the history of Clinton, you should visit the Clinton Historical Society. I find local history fascinating, especially the history of the Village of Clinton and the Town of Kirkland. I recently visited the Oneida County Historical Society. So, I decided to stop by the Clinton Historical Society, too. It's definitely worth a visit.
Have you seen this on Facebook? People are posting "I'm so (say the name of a city)" and then something nostalgic. For example, "I'm so Clinton, I remember _______." So, I decided to make a few about being "so Clinton."
Featured in my blog, "6 Free Things to Do in Clinton," the Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College is a great place to visit. And now there's even more incentive to go. There are two new photography exhibits at the museum-- "Refocusing the Lens: Pranlal K Patel's Photographs of Women at Work in Ahmedabad" and "In Context: The Portrait of Contemporary Photographic Practice
Clinton is a great place to call home. And, if you grew up in Clinton, there are some things that most of us remember vividly about the little village (depending on how long you have lived there--some of us remember more than others). I want to share some signs that you'll remember proving that you grew up in Clinton, New York (at least during the 80s, 90s and 00s).
Various online news organizations are reporting that the voice behind Apple's Siri feature is Susan Bennett. There is a video of her talking about her work as the voice behind Siri on CNN's website. And, for those who live in Clinton or went to Clinton Central School, Susan Bennett might sound familiar. According to her Facebook page, it states that she attending Clinton Central High School in Cli