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TICONDEROGA | In 19th century Japan, telling a fish story wasn’t acceptable. Instead, the catch was documented not with weights and measures, but with the art form known as “gyotaku,” in which the medium is ink — and the fish itself. Read more

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TICONDEROGA | Bullying is not a new phenomenon, and, as it turns out, neither are attempts to curb it. Read more

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NORTH HUDSON — Instead of taking the catch of the day to a taxidermist, anglers can learn the art of Japanese fish printing and immortalize a fish with ink on paper or fabric. Read more

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