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Leaving the bleachers for a great cause at Watkins Glen International. more

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A shared interest turns everyday elements into aquatic masterpieces. more

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A Pennsylvania afishionado reveals the secrets of fly fishing. more

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With a series of young adult novels, author Paul Nelson helps readers see through his son's eyes. more

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The Glenn H. Curtiss Museum presents Wintercycle Therapy for weather-benched bikers. more

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At 93, fallen Adelphia founder John Rigas gracefully lives his winter years back home in God’s Country. more

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Corning's Christy Spreng creates elegant custom jewelry for special days. more

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For six years, nineteen-year-old Alyssa Cameron has been stirring up dreamy desserts. more

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A photo shoot led to their wedding—now Michael and Alexandra Meseke shoot weddings together. more

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

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

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

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A combination of love of community, passion for food, and an understanding of seasonality is Nick and Jenna Thayer's proven recipe. more

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Fifty years later, a Vietnam vet finally meets the young boy who supported him through a controversial time. more

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Tradition is alive and well at Roy's Bakery in Williamsport. more

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If you want the aroma of cooking, cook! A one-pot cookbook makes it easy. more

Food & Drink

Nature's Palette

By Bernadette Chiaramonte

When April winds arrive, and the soft rains patter onto the awaiting Earth, small white heads of bloodroot, nestled among the dried leaves, stand at attention among the ragged, wooded roadsides. I am as fascinated by the green capes that wrap them so gracefully as I am by the blossoms themselves.