Over the past few years, climate deniers have subjected some college professors who are among the nation’s leading climate scientists to “e-mail hacking, death threats, politician’s demands for documents, Freedom of Information requests” and more, as Andy Revkin points out.
Senator Schumer is launching an “I love NY brew” campaign. Great! Of course, the alliance of beer and politics goes back centuries.*
All over northern Europe, city hall chambers upstairs have a barrel-vaulted basements devoted to refreshments. After all, the cellar had good constant temperatures–perfect for storing beer–and other [...]
The coots sure enjoyed the extra water that this week’s king tide brought to the Croton estuary–together with Thursday’s ducky rainfall. The good news is that our commuter lot did not flood, even though the tide was 30% higher than normal and we had lots of rain in the hours before high tide. This short
The Toughman Event came to our backyard this weekend for its 4th annual race, based at Croton Point Park: a 1.2 mile swim in the Hudson River + 56 miles on a bike from Croton to Somers and back + 13.1 mile run from the Point inland up to the Croton Dam and back.
Our village, Croton, is very fortunate to be working with two neighboring communities, Cortlandt and Buchanan, on a permanent site for a remembrance memorial dedicated to 9-11. We obtained a huge, wonderful, twisted, grotesque, and animated beam from the One World Trade Center to use for the memorial.
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