Even in a solid blue state like New York, a repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has merit, at least that’s what many Capital Region residents say. continue reading →
I am a bit of a podcast addict. Sometimes I struggle to start a sentence without “I heard on a podcast the other day” threatening to burst out yet again. continue reading →
If you or your family owns a pet, you are probably pretty enthusiastic – even passionate – about your furry, feathery, or finned companion. When you get home from work or school, your pet is likely the first to greet you and the first living being you seek out, whether on good days or bad. continue reading →
The weather can be fickle in the Northeast. We’ve had years when snow began piling up in October (remember 6.5 inches on October 4, 1987 in Albany, N.Y.?) to times when the idea of a white Christmas seemed like a distant dream (thanks, El Niño!).
When I worked in the local news business, I often heard about CDPHP® and its philanthropic efforts. Supporting local nonprofits has always been something near and dear to my heart. continue reading →