Holly Leber is a reporter and columnist for the Life section. She has worked at the Times Free Press since March 2008.
Holly covers “everything but the kitchen sink" when it comes to features: the arts, young adults, classical music, art, fitness, home, gardening and food. She writes the popular and sometimes-controversial column Love and Other Indoor Sports.
Holly calls both New York City and Saratoga Springs, NY home. She earned a bachelor of arts in women’s studies from Skidmore College and a master’s in journalism from Northwestern University.
She has written for The Georgetowner in Washington, D.C.; the Glens Falls (NY) Post Star; The Bayside Times in Queens, NY; The Daily Times in Chicago; the Northwest Indiana Times; The Daily Southtown in Chicago, IL; and the Associated Press in Brussels, Belgium.
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