An Eerie Exploration of New York’s Hidden Stories
Oct31

An Eerie Exploration of New York’s Hidden Stories

What comes to your mind when you think about Halloween? Perhaps costumes, candy, pumpkins, and squash? What about ghosts, goblins, and ghouls!? In the spirit of Halloween, we have compiled bizarre, creepy, and just plain weird facts about different locations and alleged mysteries around New York. Some are completely outrageous while others are a little quirky — but all show the deep character and diversity that is New York...

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Apples Across New York State
Oct11

Apples Across New York State

Did you know that New York State designated the apple as the official state fruit in 1976? New York is the second largest apple producing state in the United States, producing about 2.5 million bushels of apples annually. Among the 10 common varieties of apples, Cortland apples remain one of the the most popular and most produced apples in New York state. In order to ensure that our state has the best quality of apples, New York has...

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Chancellor Helps Launch New York in the World Initiative
Nov21

Chancellor Helps Launch New York in the World Initiative

No place has achieved greater advantages or suffered worse losses due to globalization than New York City and New York State, a new report from the SUNY Levin Institute and Center for an Urban Future shows. At this forum, the report’s authors discussed their findings, which they said tell a tale that is familiar but has not been comprehensively documented until now. Many findings revealed the unexpected. The story is not one...

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