Views: Ausable Canyon – ‘The Grand Canyon Of The Adirondacks’ In New York

CBS Sunday Morning – We leave you this first Sunday of 2023 at Ausable Chasm (known as the “Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks”), near Lake Champlain in New York state. Videographer: Jaime McDonald.

Ausable Chasm, open since 1870, is the oldest and largest natural attraction in the Adirondacks. More than 10 million visitors have explored the chasm on the well-maintained scenic nature trails.


Travel & Culture: Romeing Magazine – January 2023

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Romeing’s Best Of Bookshops Guide

Looking for a cozy place to curl up with a book and perhaps a cappuccino? We’ve tracked down the best places where you can be surrounded by books and delicious bites to eat. Whether you want to study, look pensive and poetic while writing a journal entry, or just grab breakfast while flipping through some literature, these are our favorite hideaways all over the city.

The Jewish Ghetto Of Rome

Discover the Jewish Ghetto turned hip central quarter where boutique stores and kosher restaurants sit alongside picturesque historic buildings belying an enticing and rich history of the Jews in Rome.

Front Page: The New York Times – January 1, 2023


Strife in the Schools: Education Dept. Logs Record Number of Discrimination Complaints

Some of the highest-profile complaints show how America’s culture wars are affecting the nation’s children.

Benedict XVI, First Modern Pope to Resign, Dies at 95

He defined a conservative course for the Roman Catholic Church, but his papacy was noted for his struggle with the clergy sexual abuse scandal and for his unexpected resignation.

Their Mothers Were Teenagers. They Didn’t Want That for Themselves.

Teen pregnancies have plummeted, as has child poverty. The result is a profound change in the forces that bring opportunity between generations.

‘OK, Mexico, Save Me’: After China, This Is Where Globalization May Lead

As American companies seek to limit their exposure to the pitfalls of making goods in China, some are moving production to Mexico.