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Friday, July 11, 2008

Two New Shops - One in So. Colton and One in Tupper Lake

Adirondack Artisans in South Colton opened sometime in the last year. They represent 90 artisans from the region. 3924 St. Hwy. 56. 315.262.2117. www.AdirondackArtisan.net under construction. Northern NY Flair, July 2008

The Well Dressed Food Company has recently opened in Tupper Lake. Located at 95 Park St., David Tomberlin's tastefully packaged foods; sauces, granola blends, nut honeys and more are now available for direct sale to the public. Tomberlin started his specialty food business two and a half years ago. He has done very well at ANCA's annual gift tradeshow, Buyer Days, two years in a row. www.WellDressedFood.com. Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Weekender, July 11-17, 2008

Chicken Coop Forge featured in Albany Times Union
Article describes how the business in Queensbury owned by Mike Parwana and Jeannette Brandt has evolved since it started in the early 1990s. "Parwana and Brandt primarily create custom lighting and fire screens for high-end homes." Read the full article at http://timesunion.com/AspStories/story.asp?storyID=698187&category=LifeAtHome&BCCode=&newsdate=7/2/2008. Reporter Jill Montag, June 25, 2008

Sculptor John Van Alstine One of 50 Artists Worldwide Chosen to Exhibit at Olympics in Beijing
The Wells-based sculptor created a 16-foot bronze ring with a large stone suspended in the center. The sculpture, titled Rings of Unity-Circle of Inclusion, is a beautifully powerful piece, portraying stillness and motion in balance. http://www.johnvanalstine.com/docs/portfolio/Beijing_Olympic.html


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