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The March 2016 Issue

July 22, 2018

Mark Adam

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Albany-based writer and lifelong Capital-Saratoga Region resident, writing for NYSOM Magazine pairs Mark's passion for writing and the place he calls home. A SUNY Cortland graduate, he is pursuing his master’s degree in communications at The College of Saint Rose.

It’s early afternoon on a weekday and I’m at Wolff’s Biergarten in downtown Albany’s Warehouse District. Maintenance crews are working nearby as the sun streams in through the garage door-style opening. A few older gentlemen are bellied up to the bar and small groups of people are strolling in for lunch. Wolff’s owner, Matt Baumgartner, and I are sitting at one of the many wooden picnic tables, under… Read More »

Wildwood Programs, an organization in the Capital-Saratoga Region, helps more than 1,000 people of all ages with various developmental disabilities each year, and among them is Glenn Crast. Crast, 27, has spent nearly his entire life affiliated with the organization. At the age of three his parents and grandmother enrolled him in the Wildwood School, where he learned in small classroom settings with lots of one-on-one attention from… Read More »

On Election Day in November 2013, New York State voters approved Proposal 1, legislation that authorizes construction of seven casinos to be built throughout Upstate New York. Since that vote the Capital-Saratoga Region, which is guaranteed at least one casino, has been flush with talk of the potential sites of Las Vegas-style casinos, amidst outspoken opposition and support from local communities. Proposal 1 passed with 57% of New… Read More »

After a long, oppressive winter in the Northeast, nothing could be more welcome than warm weather and blooming flowers. Though spring began weeks ago, according to the seasonal calendar, Mother’s Day weekend is the true arrival of spring in the Capital-Saratoga region. The highlight is Albany Tulip Festival, which will be celebrated for a 66th straight year in Washington Park this Saturday, May 10 and Sunday, May 11…. Read More »

NYSOM Contributor and Capital Region native, Mark Adam, shows us his strong hometown roots. A common nickname for Albany, the capital of the Empire State, is “Smallbany.” Though New York State is arguably the biggest and baddest in the country, Albany itself is relatively small with 97,000 residents, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. What Albany may lack in size, glitz and glamour when compared to New York… Read More »

Entrenched in the urban landscape of Albany’s Arbor Hill neighborhood, an area that borders the downtown section of the city and is known for poverty and crime, stands a beacon of hope. It is a four-story residential and commercial building at the corner of North Swan Street and Second Street called the Albany Barn, offering a new destination for art, creativity and collaboration. The Albany Barn opened its… Read More »

From the household refrigerator to steam turbines, General Electric is everywhere. It all started in 1886 when Thomas Edison moved his company, Edison Machine Works, to Schenectady. Six years later, he merged with his competitor, the Thomas-Houston Company, to form the General Electric Company. It was a serendipitous chain of events that brought Mr. Edison to what would later be known, due to his contributions there, as “The… Read More »

“I Want You.” You’ve seen the recruitment posters: an older white-haired gentleman draped in red, white and blue formal wear, a tuft of a beard hanging off his chin and a top hat perched on his head. He looks stone cold serious and his pointer finger singles you out. Much like a movie that’s based on a real story, the iconic character of Uncle Sam is said to… Read More »

Two apple orchards in the Capital-Saratoga Region have family roots as deep as those of the trees. For a combined 124 years, Goold Orchards in Castleton and Saratoga Apple in Schuylerville have offered apple-picking bounty to the Capital-Saratoga Region. Both farms are hoping for a bounce-back harvest in 2013, a year after freezing temperatures in the spring devastated their respective 2012 crops. The oldest apple orchard in the Capital-Saratoga Region, Goold Orchards,… Read More »

On any given day, members of the Albany Running Exchange (A.R.E.) can log on to the club’s website and select from a host of daily group runs or create their own. The 1,240 members of this community reinforce their camaraderie through message board posts, publicly-published time tracking and by running together. A.R.E. hosts a Grand Prix Trail Run Series in both spring and summer in which members may participate for… Read More »

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