New York City Ballet dancers performing Jerome Robbins' 'The Concert,' which will be part of the upcoming 'On and Off Stage' series. (Rosalie O’Connor)
While modern day Saratoga may not look exactly like it did in this depiction of Broadway from 1876, the city has been able to preserve many elements of its storied design through historic preservation. (Library of Congress)
The Saratoga Automobile Museum hosted its first Brooks' House of Bar-B-Q fundraising event of the season on April 6. (Brooks' House of Bar-B-Q/Facebook)

Saratoga Automobile Museum Hosts First Brooks’ House of Bar-B-Q Fundraiser of the Season

The event, which raised funds for the museum's educational and exhibit programming, took place on April 6.

Nothing says spring like some delicious barbecue. The Saratoga Automobile…

Before landing at SCPP in 2016, Shelby Schneider worked for the Saratoga Economic Development Corporation for 13 years and in national marketing for Shmaltz Brewing Company. (Katie Dobies)

Power Player: Shelby Schneider of the Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership

Schneider has been busy securing the Spa City’s economic wellbeing during COVID.    

Growing up just outside of Amsterdam, Shelby Schneider saw firsthand…

Saratogian Meg Kelly is currently in her second term as mayor but has announced that she will not be seeking reelection this coming November. (Francesco D'Amico)

Unpacking the Role of Saratoga’s Mayor

What exactly does the 'CEO of the City' do?

In our last issue, which was published shortly after the…

"There is still this amazing sense of unity," says Judy Joy Wyle of her Joy of Yoga virtual classes. (Katie Dobies)

Saratogian of the Month: Joy of Yoga’s Judy Joy Wyle

Wyle's 31-year-old Saratoga yoga practice is still going strong, virtually.

When I talked to Judy Joy Wyle, owner of the…

Cecilia Frittelli and her husband, Richard Lockwood, who produce hand-woven textiles of all kinds, co-launched one of the original businesses in the Beekman Street Arts District. (Francesco D'Amico)

Frittelli & Lockwood Is Looming Large in the Saratoga Arts Scene

The longtime Spa City textile shop was one of the founding members of the Beekman Street Arts District.

Cecilia Frittelli, co-owner of Saratoga Springs’ artisanal textile company Frittelli…


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Saratoga Race Course's main track will open to spring training on April 17. (Katie Dobies)

Spring Training to Open on Saratoga Race Course’s Main Track on April 17 (Updated)

The temporary move will happen because of an ongoing construction project on the Oklahoma side of the track.

After Saratoga Race Course’s COVID-canceled meet last summer, fans are hoping for a mulligan, and at present, it seems to be going that way. The New York Racing Association (NYRA) today announced…

A view of Saratoga's Greenbelt from near the northeast corner of Saratoga Lake. (Scott Bergman/Sustainable Saratoga)

Downtown Saratoga Owes Its Success to the City’s Undeveloped Open Space

Luckily, Saratoga's designers and urban planners have understood this since the beginning.

A big part of effective design is knowing when to stop designing. Whether it be shiplap walls in a modern farmhouse or sparkly jewelry on a runway model, too much of a good…

One of two bank vault doors in Phila Street's Lyrical Ballad bookstore. (Dori Fitzpatrick)

Downtown Details, Pt. 2: An Insider’s Tour of Downtown Saratoga

The Spa City is a treasure trove of historic, quirky and intricate design elements.

After having to send Saratogians on a virtual stroll through Downtown Saratoga Springs at the height of COVID for our first installment of “Downtown Details,” now that many of the strictest restrictions…

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