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Why solve a problem the way we started it?

September 27, 2014 The Islamic State is an indirect product of the United States, in that our invasion of Iraq created a power vacuum that drew furious Muslims from all over the world. more »»

 
 
 
Missing another newsroom mother

July 28, 2014 The Enterprise has had two newsroom mothers, as far as I know. I was lucky enough to be friends with both Bea Drutz and Randy Lewis, but Randy was the one I knew better because I worked with her. more »»

Demonic possession

March 31, 2014 I found a syringe on the sidewalk the week before last, on my daily walk home from work on the Margaret Street hill in Saranac Lake. It was half-buried in the snow. I picked it up and looked at it. more »»

Loving sports that puzzle others

December 23, 2013 For most Americans, biathlon, luge and bobsled are just plain weird. And if you mention nordic combined or skeleton in casual conversation, you’ll probably have some explaining to d. more »»

Let the economy set the minimum wage

January 24, 2013 Low-pay workers have waited long enough for the minimum wage to go up — nine years — and $7.25 an hour just isn’t reasonable given today’s much higher costs of rent, food, gas, et. more »»

House concerts: part of music’s changing economy

June 9, 2012 Several of the bands I’ve interviewed in recent years have brought up house concerts as one of their means of income, but I’d never really been to one until recently. more »»

A suggestion for the minimum wage

May 4, 2012 A minimum wage increase has vanished from the state Legislature’s agenda, thanks to Dean Skelos. more »»

The kind of economic development that’s hard to measure

March 5, 2012 SARANAC LAKE — It occurred to me on the first Saturday of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival, while I was taking my two daughters on a tour of the Ice Palac. more »»

Mountain & Valley

September 12, 2011 BIG TOP OF STEEL — The steel frame of the Adirondack Carousel building cuts an attractive profile in Saranac Lake’s William Morris Park, especially when seen from the top of the Church Street hill. more »»

Visiting musician gets local truism: ‘They need to get to know you’

July 14, 2011 No matter how rich your musical resume, you have to pay your dues locally to draw a crowd around these parts. Blues-rock-soul veteran George Kilby Jr. gets that. more »»

ADE sports department gets sportier

June 25, 2011 Two of our three sports department members are away this weekend, doing some of the most extreme of extreme sports. more »»

Flood insurance is a safety net full of holes

June 2, 2011 First floods and then fires wreck local people’s property. It’s heartbreaking. more »»

Friars’ robes are a conversation starter

May 13, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — With 70-degree temperature, sun and perfectly blue skies, Thursday afternoon was an excellent time for ice cream. more »»

Good Friday is weird, but good weird

April 23, 2011 It seems like a terrible example of doublespeak to slap the word “good” on the day Christians remember how Jesus was tortured and executed. more »»

 
 
 

 

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Food: The Next Challenge to Our Economy?

July 28, 2014 Some projections indicate we will be a planet of nearly 9 billion people. If that is true, feeding everyone may become a serious problem. more »

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