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Hard Liquor Now Allowed in Ice Cream Too
Wine, cider, and beer ice creams are already allowed in New York.  But now?  Well, hard liquor got the approval as well.
Governor Cuomo approved the inclusion of hard liquor in ice cream recently.  So instead of just a whiskey drink, a vodka drink, or a lager drink, you can enjoy &apos…
Enjoy Troy River Fest Ramble Happening This Weekend
Today kicks off three days of fun and events in Troy.
While there hasn’t been a lot to do this summer in terms of what’s allowed, the local communities are working to still ,ale it an enjoyable one.  Troy is no exception, full of arts, crafts, and local businesses…
Netflix Feature Focuses on a NY Purple Heart Veteran
A new Netflix documentary, "Father Soldier Son", was recently released, following a Purple Heart Veteran living in central New York.
I missed this somehow on the release date (July 17th), but caught a post about the Netflix feature on newyorkupstate...
New York Locks Down While Cuomo Invites MLB Games
The MLB is back, and Governor Cuomo is offering to host "any major league baseball game that any teams want to play" (CBS 6 Albany) in New York.  Now please, I want your opinion on this one.
Really, because it's getting so hard to keep up with the latest news, restrictions…
A Concert, New Releases, and Comedy at the Drive-In
The weekend is coming, and if you're looking for something fun to do, how about the a movie. We've got the scoop on the movies playing here- including new releases.
We've got a couple drive-in theaters around the Capital Region to enjoy, and it's summer, so why not enjoy a new rel…
Chris Cornell Covers Guns N'Roses in Newly Released Music
Today would have been Chris Cornell's 56th birthday.  In a fitting manner on the rock legend's birthday, a previous unreleased cover of Guns N' Roses "Patience" done by Cornell was released.
I took a listen to the cover on his official website this morning..…
$1000 Can Be Yours Just For Watching 'Shark Week'
Tis' the season of 'Shark Week'.  This year though, on top of watching dives and jumps and attacks, you can also make a nice chunk of change.
One thousand dollars could be yours just for watching 'Shark Week'.  According to Thrillist, someone is going to be luc…

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