I’m not much of a wine connoisseur, but Mr. Mecomber is a former wine steward and server at some of Upstate New York’s ritzy hotels and restaurants. One thing I do know, however, is that I love Montezuma wine. I reviewed their Cranberry Bog wine a few years ago. It’s so wonderful that we have […]
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Not too far from the National Women’s Hall of Fame on Falls Street in Seneca Falls, NY, is the Women’s Rights National Park. I wrote about the rich history of the women’s movement that began here in my post National Women’s Hall of Fame, Seneca Falls, NY. While the National Women’s Rights Hall of Fame […]
March is Women’s History Month! Women are, by and large, the unsung heroes (well, heroines!) of history. They have often worked behind the scenes or have even assumed men’s names to introduce their achievements to the world. Did you know that the circular saw was invented by a woman? Tabitha Babbitt, in 1812. The dishwasher […]