The “I Love NY Hunting” website promotes the extensive and rich hunting opportunities in New York, state officials said in a news release. It will help residents and visitors plan their hunting adventures. Continue reading
Village of Bergen historian Ray MacConnell thinks he has come up with the perfect answer to LeRoy’s barn quilts. Continue reading
Batavia’s annual wine walk from 3 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4 is a fun event, not to mention it brings more than 700 people to downtown Batavia on one day. Continue reading
People used to “get their kicks on Route 66.” Maybe that’s because they didn’t know about Route 98 and all it has to offer.
The front and side yards of Paul Trowbridge’s farm in Corfu could be a John Deere museum – and then there are the Alpacas. Continue reading
It’s not a speakeasy. It’s actually the London Villains Club, the gathering spot for dastardly do-badders and criminal crooks like the two-in-one Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Sherlock Holmes’s arch-nemesis Prof. Moriarty, and O. Revoir, a mustache-twirling fiend with a love for explosives. Continue reading
The Batavia Players present the annual One Acts Fall Festival “It’s Foreign to Me!” Three one-act comedic plays — “An Irish Engagement” by Walter Watts, “Forbidden Fruit” by George Jay Smith and “The Proposal” by Anton Chekhov.
One of Genesee County’s best-kept secrets wasn’t so secret this weekend, as Godfrey’s Pond hosted visitors and vendors as part of the county’s annual Hunting and Fishing Days. Continue reading
Yancey’s Fancy’s newest cheddar flavor. First introduced at The Fancy Food Show this year in San Francisco, the Grilled Bacon Cheeseburger Cheddar was recently awarded a Gold Medal from the New York State Fair Cheese competition. Continue reading
Bench was in town for a memorabilia show at the Downs. So were Pete Rose, Tony Perez and George Foster, along with other sports stars. Continue reading