December 2017

With powerful verbs, iconic British writer Elizabeth David shared warm-climate cooking. more

Food & Drink

All Saints Episcopal Church—a bit of England in Potter County. more

People & Life

Button bucks and lessons from the pastor's hunt. more


Fleeing domestic violence, Mary Jarreau and her children discovered the sweet life in a candy shop in Wellsboro. more

People & Life


A.S.G Hooijdonk

Love hi-def music? Then you've gotta love analog. more

Arts & Leisure

A great spirit gets a do-it-yourself workshop at Finger Lakes Distilling. more

Food & Drink

Wet 'n' Wild

Photo by Curt Sweely

On a summery morning, Curt Sweely and his father were fishing on Cowanesque Lake when they saw...something. They got within a few feet and realized it was a fox, and the fox, Curt says, acted like this was just a normal thing to be doing. He seemed to be using his tail as a rudder, and, at the end of his swim, climbed out onto the bank and went on about his way.