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Dania Bianchi

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Downsizing made easy

Experts make moving to the next step in life an enjoyable experience

Some milestones in life can be exciting, some sad and others just downright overwhelming. The decision to sell a family home can be all three.

Working together to get the job done

Seniors taking care of their own

When Harry Howansky retired from his job as an engineer with the state, he wasn’t ready to sit back and relax. The 80-year-old Colonie man who says he grew up on a farm and considers himself quite handy, thought ‘why not put my skills to work.’

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Stitching happiness

Retirees find pleasure by making quilts for children

Marcia Hajeck has always loved to sew, but it was about 1980 when she began creating quilts. The now 75 year old from Clifton Park says she typically spends at least three hours a day on her selfless hobby.

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The Ladies

The Home of the Friendless opened its doors on Sept. 9 1868, ready to help ladies in need.

Collective Wisdom

Selkirk man out to prove the phrase, 'it's all downhill from here' is a myth.

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Learning a lifelong adventure at Bethlehem HILL

Institute dedicated to providing college-level courses celebrates 20th anniversary

The Humanities Institute for Lifelong Learning, or HILL, in Delmar, was founded in 1993 to enhance lifelong learning opportunities for the adult community in the Capital District.

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Let the games begin

Caber tossing, pipes and culture on tap at Scottish Games

The hills of Altamont will come alive with the sounds of bagpipes on Saturday when The Scottish Games, a two-day festival and celebration of all things Scottish, begins.

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Let your happy free

Capital District men and women are finding bliss in unexpected ways

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Let Freedom (Park) ring

Long running free concert series remains hot spot for family summer entertainment

What began as a dumping ground for cement and construction materials along the Mohawk River, Freedom Park was transformed into an amphitheater for a festival when Schenectady County was selected as one of 32 statewide locations to host the Bicentennial Barge for four days in July of 1976.

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Art that speaks

People with memory disorders are using creativity as a way to communicate

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