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Birding in Borneo

Editor’s note: Founding Chronicle staff member Joyce Miller, who is now Distinguished Professor of Library Science at SUNY Adirondack, is an ardent international bird-watcher. This summer she went to Borneo in Southeast Asia and provided this report. (Joyce was The Chronicle’s first Arts Editor, among many responsibilities here over many years.)

By Joyce Miller, Special to The Chronicle

Vine-tangled jungles, ferocious blood-sucking leeches, rare orangutans and maybe …

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In praise of Rene and Jane! Wood benefit honorees

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Friday evening, the Wood Theater will have its annual fund-raiser — billed as a party, not gala, semi-casual, for the second year a multi-station exploration of all things Manhattan, from food to different kinds of entertainment ranging throughout the facility.

There’s no formal program so far as I’m aware, but guests of honor are sisters Rene Clements and Jane Gibbs.

It’s about time.

Rene …

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Taste of the North Country 2018

Glens Falls Kiwanis Club’s Taste of the North Country is Sunday, September 30, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Glens Falls City Park.

Here’s the program, with restaurant menus and map. You can also find the program in this week’s Chronicle.

See you there!

Click to download this year’s program.

Copyright © 2018 Lone Oak Publishing Co., Inc. All Rights Reserved.…

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SUNY Adk debut: Downtown GF restaurant & teaching center

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

SUNY Adirondack was to hold a ribbon cutting on Wednesday for its Culinary Arts Center and restaurant, called Seasoned @ 14 Hudson, in Sonny Bonacio’s building on Hudson Street, downtown Glens Falls.

The Chronicle got a sneak preview on Monday afternoon.

The student-run restaurant seats 100.

Dinner will be served on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5 to 7 p.m., beginning on October 10. Price …

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Meet comedian Tim Meadows of SNL; plays here Saturday

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Tim Meadows tells The Chronicle he was a high school kid when he discovered Saturday Night Live.

“I’m almost positive it was the very first show,” he says, “Though I’ve seen it so many times I can’t be 100 percent sure. I remember finding it late at night, and feeling like the network had been taken over by somebody, some people, and then they …

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