Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. The Old Oneida County Home, also known as the Oneida County Poor Farm, opened its doors in 1829 in Rome but while it is closed today several of the buildings are still in…
A Syracuse University professor and artist, Sam Van Aken, is responsible for creating a tree that is capable of producing 40 different types of fruit. Not only is that convenient, the appearance of this tree is quite beautiful.
Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. The Oriskany Battlefield Monument commemorates and important victory during the Revolutionary War and has a surprising connection to the Erie Canal in Utica.
At 11am, Saturday, July 10, 2015, the Utica Zoo unveiled the new animal that will now be calling Central New York home! We were on hand for the official announcement at the top of the hill in the African Alley section of the zoo.