There is no mistaking the sound of an organ. It is said to be one of the more complex musical instruments.
It was once a catchphrase, but for one local woman, baseball has been very, very good to her. Now she's trying to inspire others -- especially young people -- with a new baseball-themed book she's written.
Our lives take us in a direction sometimes that we don't always understand. But the saying goes, all things happen for a reason -- and for a local woman that means she was meant to help others just like her.
If you don't live near a body of water or get to behold the beauty of nature, an area woman might be able to help you. Her portraits of nature are quite simply a sight to behold.
A group of women will represent Albany in the National Poetry Slam in Chicago on August 13. They are eager to showcase their poems and show the audience the type of talent Albany has to offer.
Sacandaga Road in Scotia is one busy road. Big trucks, cars, Jeeps, and SUVs all come whizzing by. The problem is the road sits just in front of Scotia-Glenville High School. That caused problems for Marina Onderdonk-Milne, a student in a wheelchair, who for years has just wanted to get to school in one piece.
She says most of the women in her family were full-figured so she accepted it, until she found herself at nearly 350 pounds.
If you're a music lover, you know there are numerous genres and choices. However, there's one category some say is waning. Two area women are trying to change that.
If you're a tea drinker, you might want to take another look at that used tea bag. A Coxsackie woman has found a way to turn them into art, and she's grabbing the attention of people around the world.
It’s a win-win for tourists, restaurants and she gets to do something she loves.
In her native Panama, Karen "Kema" Maxwell could never have imagined her creations would take her all the way to New York and the runway.
The stats are sobering. On average, 24 people per minute in the United States are victims of rape, stalking or physical violence by an intimate partner. As a result of the violence, women often have feelings of shame and guilt.
An Albany woman's life was out of control until she took control. Now, she's an inspiration showing what you can achieve if you change your perspective.
Now, tattooing has gone mainstream. It's a way, she says, for people to express who they are.
This is National Stuttering Awareness Week. Oftentimes, when people think of someone who stutters, they think of men. However, women stutter too -- although they are a minority within a minority. Now, a local woman is giving them a voice.
It's happening more and more -- women winning -- changing the face of politics. New groups like Higher Heights making sure black women too are part of this new political landscape.
Two women are getting a lot of attention for a new talk show they've begun. They're not whizzes when it comes to technology, but feel the message is more important than the medium it’s delivered through.
Ozgul Ucan and Arzu Demircan run Leggings World in Crossgates Mall and Viaport Rotterdam.
Judy DeLong-Broda sees people in ways many of us don't. They include people with disabilities, people with social issues or mental health issues, or people who don't have family. That means she's seen people who can easily fall through the cracks.
Since she was a child Monica Kasongo Muamba has had a flair for fashion.