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Glens Falls becoming Hometown U.S.A. again

Warren County city on a nice upswing

In 1996, Rich Davidson took the chance to start a new restaurant and microbrewery in a then struggling downtown Glens Falls. Now, 11 years later he is being called a “visionary.” “We felt something was going to happen down here,” says Davidson.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
In 1996, Rich Davidson took the chance to start a new restaurant and microbrewery in a then struggling downtown Glens Falls. Now, 11 years later he is being called a “visionary.” “We felt something was going to happen down here,” says Davidson.
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Each year, The Gazette Life & Arts staff profiles a destination within a short drive of the Capital Region. Today’s section focuses on Glens Falls, which on Thursday will celebrate its 100th anniversary as a city. We take a look at the revitalized downtown, the arts scene, the Civic Center, some quirky spots in the city and the real estate market (story in the Real Estate section). Inside on Page G7 is ...

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adkgirl09
February 6, 2009
12:16 p.m.

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We recently had very poor service and were extremely turned off to Rick Davidson and his business tactics. We will no longer be going to davidsons

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