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Animal House


I’m visiting my parents for a few days after my time in Saratoga and before returning to New Orleans. My parents had a dog when I moved down south — a fifteen-year old Cocker Spaniel named Honey I’d grown up with who succumbed to old age mere months after I left — and it is always strange to come back to the house and not find her there. 344 more words

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Shakespeare in the Park

What a beautiful night for a play in Congress Park! The Saratoga Shakespeare Company’s production of “the Scottish play” is a winner. Just three more days to catch Macbeth, his lady, Banquo and those awesome creepy witches!

Family Gardening Program - Week Four

Great day in the garden.

The participants in the Family Gardening Program from the Moreau Community Center’s camp spent time putting down mulch, harvesting beans, sugar snap peas and nasturtiums, an edible flower. 467 more words

Community Garden

Crews clean up Carson Valley flood damage as new storm looms Monday afternoon

Crews clean up Carson Valley flood damage as new storm looms Monday afternoon

Courtesy of Douglas County Community Relations

UPDATE (July 21, 4:42 p.m.): This afternoon Douglas County Public Works activated the mutual aid agreement with Carson City Public Works. 392 more words

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Hotel Spotlight: Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa

Beautiful landscapes, gorgeous 1880s Victorian design, and equine charm all await you at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa. Located in the Downtown Disney Resort area, there are five different villa building areas in this resort: The Springs, The Grandstand, The Carousel,  The Paddock, and Congress Park. 355 more words

Disney World

New York City Ballet at Saratoga Performing Arts Center

The New York City Ballet opened their week long summer residency at The Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Tuesday, July 8. We were in the audience for “Balanchine’s Journey,” four lovely and varied ballets spanning the great choreographer’s career, concluding with the jaunty and romantic music of Gershwin and “Who Cares?” There’s something very special about seeing ballet performed in an open air theater. 276 more words

Just Catching Y'all Up :: Saratoga Springs, NY Photography

I haven’t posted anything in a while, so I figured I’d catch people up on what I’ve been working on. Last year I decided to take only a few select weddings in 2014 and focus on working with other photographers and on some photography and writing projects that were presented to me. 243 more words

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