The Titanic's last lunch menu — saved by a passenger who climbed aboard the so-called "Money Boat" before the ocean liner went down — is going to auction, where it's estimated it will bring $50,000 to $70,000.
An archaeological dig at an 18th-century military site in the southern Adirondacks has uncovered large sections of stone walls that are believed to have been constructed within a larger British fortification that was never completed more than 250 years ago.
Patty Valentino found a cool way to cool down during the late summer of 1969. She stood inside a large cardboard box and poked her head through a hole cut into one of the sides. Then she waited as kids in the Steinmetz Park neighborhood threw wet sponges at her.
With a countdown of "five, four, three, two, one, smooch," couples from across the world puckered up in Times Square on Friday to mark the 70th anniversary of the famous kiss celebrating the end of World War II.
Joan Slavis Kolodziej of Amsterdam and Sharon Grayson Opiela of Scotia were part of a very friendly group -- the Class of '65 at Amsterdam's Wilbur H. Lynch High School. The class's 50-year reunion is set for Aug. 14-16.
Kids were swimming, building huts and exploring the woods at Altamont's Camp Lovejoy during the summer of 1970. Old Jesse Lovejoy would have been happy to meet Robert Peek and fellow nature lovers Alex Starson and Gerald Brooks.
Cheryl LaRoche, an archeology and history professor at the University of Maryland, will be the keynote speaker at “A Celebration of Freedom,” the 17th annual Solomon Northup Day on Saturday from noon-4 p.m. at Skidmore College.