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20 February 2017 12:07AM
Flying Deer Nature Center


Flying Deer Nature Center hosts a public conversation about race and racism on Wednesday, March 1, from 7–9 pm at its education center, 5 Abode Rd. in New Lebanon. The event is open to all local and regional organizations and community members.

The discussion will…

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19 February 2017 07:45PM
Henry Diamond

Sunday, April 30 8:00PM

The Backdoor Boys

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The Backdoor Boys are Kevin Weldon & Craig Cunningham

A fundraiser for Hudson pride

Doors: 5:00 PM
Show: 7:00 PM
21 and over

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19 February 2017 07:27PM
Henry Diamond

Thursday, May 18 8:00PM

Sean Rowe
w/Girl Blue opening

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Born and raised in Troy, New York, Rowe started playing music at an early age. He received a bass guitar from his father on his 12th birthday and performed in a local…

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19 February 2017 03:40PM
Jeff Bailey

“Simplicity of shape does not necessarily equate with simplicity of experience.”
- Robert Morris in “Notes on Sculpture” (1966)

Jeff Bailey Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of ceramics by Cody Hoyt, drawings by Will Duty, and sculpture by Fabienne Lasserre. Exhibition dates are February 25…

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19 February 2017 01:02PM


Chloe Zerwick: Inside the Box
On view: February 25 – March 26, 2017
Opening Reception: February 25, 5-7pm

Delve into the surreal with the Hudson Opera House’s upcoming exhibition, “Chloe Zerwick: Inside the Box!” Discarded possessions reveal secrets, thoughts, and dreams. Join us on Saturday, February 25, 5-7pm,…

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19 February 2017 11:59AM
Rosa Acheson


HUDSON — The first-ever Charity Sock Auction, sponsored by Countrywool and Neighborhood Knitters of Hudson, kicked off Saturday at 7 p.m. at Verdigris Tea & Chocolate.

All proceeds from the auction will be donated to The Salvation Army of Hudson, to purchase thermal wool socks for…

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19 February 2017 11:30AM

Here’s a suggestion for unsettling times: take a walk in the woods. I notice I’ve been doing a lot more of that lately.

However, my personality is the sort that needs to be accomplishing something. I never head outdoors without a pair of binoculars slung around…

19 February 2017 08:39AM
Maureen McNeil


February 19, 1962

Dear Red,
The Rat Pack doesn’t consider my belt full of notches equal to theirs, but
Frankie can’t get rid of his feelings for me. And he can’t make me disappear
like all the other girls. That’s why they call me an institution,…

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19 February 2017 07:21AM

At 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 19 (rescheduled from February 12), Concerts in the Village offers its twentieth program: 20th Century Music for Strings and Women’s Voices. Works by Vaughan Williams, Britten, Saint-Saëns, Poulenc and Foote will feature the women of the Broad Street Chorale…

Politics/Government | Local culture
18 February 2017 07:51PM
FOUR-D Projects

FOUR-D is pleased to announce the opening of our latest pop-up exhibition NASTY WOMEN HV, the Hudson Valley edition of the NASTY WOMEN exhibition series, created in collaboration with the eponymous New York City-based collective as a response to the proposed defunding of Planned Parenthood.…

Politics/Government | Local culture
18 February 2017 05:32PM
Roger Hannigan-Gilson


HUDSON — About 200 people gathered at the steps of the Columbia County Courthouse to protest the detention of three men in Hudson by immigration authorities and wider detentions across the country.

The three — Carlos Eduardo Romero, 35, Sortero F. Martinez, 41, and Audulio Gustavo…

Local culture
18 February 2017 05:11PM

Spencertown Academy – Saturday Feb 25 7:30pm

Kaori Washiyama (violin) and Daniel Shulman (piano) will preform music that is deeply expressive across several eras. Washiyama, winner of the Lipitzer International Violin Competition, and Shulman, conductor and performer of chamber ensembles across the U.S. and Japan, will…


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