As Nitro Nicole, the “human cannonball” for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey’s “Circus Xtreme,” Nicole Sanders zooms out of a 24-foot-long cannon at 66 mph and takes about 2.2 seconds to cross the arena and land in a giant, cushy air bag.
A couple vacation days earlier this month meant a trip north into the Adirondacks for rest and relaxation.
Odds and ends from the season and a look forward to autumn!
Mary Perez's latest inspiration comes to life Tuesday night with "StoryFest."
For some people, the subject is wine. Their favorite vintage is always the one in their glass. For Lorraine Knowles, the subject is roses.
The story starts with Phil Rapp, who began working at Schenectady theaters during the late 1920s.
Frank Luksa was there. He was on the rear of the Herndon’s deck during the early morning hours of June 6, 1944.
Sister Maria Rosa knows the menu by heart.
Niskayuna's Bob Serotta has some new American flags that he will give away to those who want to replace their worn and tattered flags.
A veteran of three wars, John S. Edwards died last month, but his story is one of true patriotism.