Can you believe how quickly summer left us at the River? Good thing we have Sudoku to keep our minds sharp through the off-season . . .
But then, the unthinkable happened! Just a day before he was to pass through Alexandria Bay and Clayton, it was announced that Theodore would make an impromptu stop in Gananoque and would therefore not be going through the main US channel after all.
Story, long told with apparent authority, becomes the grist for myth, and myth becomes legend. Legend spiced with a modicum of truth, lasts. ANNA has taken on all these monikers and survived well.
The late Paul Malo, Professor Emeritus at the Syracuse University School of Architecture, was my academic advisor during my undergraduate and graduate years in the 1960’s
Get your Sudoku hat, hot cup of coffee and a sharp pencil ready for the April Sudoku puzzles.
In Part I, some readers thought there should be no problem with a flood tide that gets you "back to the launch ramp" when the wind drops to zero, but . . .
About the LIMESTONE, The Limestone Company, Mark Ellis of Mark Ellis Design LLC and the CEO, Scott Hanson...
Bob and I want to spread the word and help fund the renovations TILT is planning to make on a 60-foot historical railroad trestle...
Welcome to a new year of Sudoku articles and an opportunity to further hone your Sudoku skills. We have a special treat this year, starting with this issue.