Ready To Roll: 2018 Luxury SUVs, Sporty Rides And Hybrids Hit The Road

Stelvio Ti SportAlfa Romeo has a reputation for making agile-handling, sporty cars. Although widely acclaimed by anyone who has driven one in the past 60 years, their models have never been big …
Love Is In The Air
Saratoga Living is saying "I Do!" to 2018. The long-awaited and much-anticipated special issue of Saratoga Living, the premier … Read More
It’s Here! SARATOGA LIVING Reveals Its New Branding For 2018
Saratoga Living, the premier lifestyle media company in Saratoga Springs and New York's Capital Region, has just released its new … Read More
SARATOGA LIVING Announces Big Changes By Hiring Veteran Editor In Chief, New Look, Increased Frequency
Saratoga Living, the premier lifestyle media company in Saratoga Springs and New York's Capital Region, announced today several … Read More
A Uniquely ‘Saratoga’ Oral History: Going to See 'Titanic' on Opening Night in 1997
It's safe to say that on December 19, 1997, when Titanic opened in movie theaters, few people expected it to become the … Read More
Cars Are the Stars at Inaugural Saratoga Auto Auction
By Natalie Moore Bob Moser came for the Cobra. It was a slick, black, two-door 1965 Shelby Cobra with a red interior — one of … Read More
Arts Road Trip to NYC
No sooner do the holiday celebrations begin, than a certain weary plea is heard. “I need to get away for a few days after the … Read More
Izzy and Moe: How the First Prohibition Agent and His Partner Tried to Dry Up Saratoga
One hundred years ago, in January 1918, Americans were waiting for Prohibition to take effect. The National Prohibition Act, also … Read More
Restoring Balance
You have no idea how much I needed this! Many have spoken these words after stepping into Restore Balance, a new business at 451 … Read More
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Dishing It Out to keep children safe

Chefs from around the Capital Region competed in The Dish It Out Celebrity Chef Gourmet Challenge at Saratoga National on Oct. 5. The crowd of 150 raised about $70,000 for prevention education …

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SaratogaArtsFest Throws Inaugural Masquerade Ball
Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? Me, before I figured him out. Admittedly, he was scary. As I stood sipping my ultra-icy … Read More
'Touched By an Angel' Draws Big Crowd for Hospice
The National Museum of Dance was filled with more than 450 attendees for Community Hospice’s 22nd annual “Touched By an Angel” … Read More
Dishing it out to keep children safe
Chefs from around the Capital Region came to compete in The Dish It Out Celebrity Chef Gourmet Challenge at Saratoga National, raising … Read More
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Sawyer Fredericks to perform at Saratoga’s First Night

The Capital Region—and the world, for that matter—can’t seem to get enough of Sawyer Fredericks. The 18-year-old singer-songwriter from Fultonville first performed in Saratoga at Caffè …

C-SPAN’s Week in Saratoga To Air in December

C-SPAN producers Ashley Hill and Tiffany Rocque got up close and personal with horses on a chilly fall morning at the Oklahoma track during their week of filming in Saratoga Springs during the last …

Finding his passion

Michael Panza is a living and breathing example of the well-known phrase, "pay it forward."  Many people are aware of Panza's successes with his award-winning event- and wedding-planning …

Thrill in the sport of kings

This summer, you have two ways to revel in the thrill of polo at the Saratoga Polo Association's Whitney Field, one of the oldest polo fields in the United States. On the general admission side, …

Meet horseracing’s men and women of steel

Thoroughbred jockeys are the people who make it all happen at Saratoga Race Course. Considered to be, pound for pound, some of the strongest and fittest athletes in the world, they steer …
A few of our favorite things, part 2

In “The Sound of Music,” Julie Andrews sings about her favorite things: a strange assortment including raindrops on roses, bright copper kettles, cream-colored ponies, doorbells, silver white …

Whether you're a native Saratogian or a sometime Saratogian who comes in for track season, you play favorites. That is, you have places that are fond and familiar, places that call your name. In this …
Chef challenges are a growing trend at fundraising events in the region, along with a heightened awareness of local food, farms and produce. Whether it was specially built fire pits or chefs on the …
The holiday season is brimming with delicacies, especially in the dessert category. Pies, cookies, candies, chocolates and sugar plums dance in our heads as well as our bellies. For Jordan …
Tasty traditions, our timeless return to the taste and smells of foods passed down from generation to generation, are most alluring during the holidays. While some holiday traditions are merely …
As temperatures begin to drop, it’s only natural to find yourself craving something that will warm you from the inside out. Sometimes you’re on the hunt for a nip of brandy or bourbon, but other …
In the autumn, the colors on the rolling hills of Washington County and the mountains of the southern Adirondacks rival anything you can see in Vermont, and New York’s backroads are more peaceful, …
In a bright white room surrounded by perennials, people and a peacock, Sidney Martin and Saratoga Mayor Joanne Yepsen cut a thick green ribbon with oversized scissors, officially opening Simply …
Saratoga Performing Arts Center held its enchanting Nutcracker Tea Nov. 19 at the Hall of Springs. The annual event invites children and their families to enjoy a traditional English tea while …
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