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20 January 2018 06:55PM
Richard Moody


WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep. John Faso, R-19, said the federal government should not shut down for any single issue as the Senate considered a temporary spending plan to fund the government for another month.

The House of Representatives passed a stopgap spending bill Thursday evening…

Local food/farms | Local culture | Local living
20 January 2018 06:48PM
Valatie Farmers' Market

The Valatie Farmers’ Market is seeking additional vendors for 2018!! Our Market will resume in May. Now located at the VMA Building in Valatie, we have ample room for parking, seating and even more vendors! Please contact us on Facebook or email…

Politics/Government | Local living
20 January 2018 06:44PM
Richard Moody


HUDSON — Officials and advocates say the city is not doing anything illegal by providing sanctuary to undocumented immigrants from deportation now that the U.S. Department of Justice is searching for ways to criminally prosecute leaders of states and cities that provide such asylum.

In another…

Local food/farms | Local culture | Body/Soul
20 January 2018 01:19PM
Kate Marin


Address will be sent to you when you register for the event on our MEETUP site, Hudson Valley Vegans. Please also visit our website: hvvegans.org.

Every year we celebrate by…

Soft news | Local culture | Local living
20 January 2018 12:15PM
Henry Diamond

Saturday, February 24 9:00PM

Joseph Keckler

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Vocalist, songwriter and performance artist Joseph Keckler returns to Club Helsinki after last years’s sold-out performance for AnimalKind.

Known for his 3+ octave voice, haunting songs and sharp wit, Joseph has appeared at Lincoln…

Local food/farms
19 January 2018 03:23PM
Mark Scherzer

“Don’t let them pull the wool over your eyes” is an old, old expression dating back to the eighteenth century when wool was often used in the making of wigs. But going back even further in time during the late Medieval and Renaissance periods it…

Kids and Schools
19 January 2018 01:14PM
Meghan Tice

Students at M.C. Smith Intermediate School did hands-on science experiments with students from Bard College as part of the Citizen Science program. Students from Bard College worked with 2nd & 3rd graders on water filtering experiments, using different liquid and filter materials to see which…

Soft news | Local culture | Local living
19 January 2018 12:59PM
Barbara Reina

The locally-filmed documentary: Brought to Light | Unearthing the History of an African-American Cemetery in Kinderhook, NY is now available on DVD and Blu-ray at: https://www.barbarareina.com/kinderhook-documentary.html

BROUGHT TO LIGHT is a story of rediscovery, respect and change. The cleanup efforts by a…

19 January 2018 12:24PM
Lady Moon & The Eclipse


The MHA of Colombia and Green County Presents
“Dance in Solidarity”
An opportunity for Hudson to contribute to the global movement of speaking out against, discrimination, abuse, sexism, violence, and inequality for all races, genders, and class.
Join Us EVERY Wednesday from 3:30pm – 4:30pm…

Soft news
19 January 2018 10:52AM

Join us on Tuesday, January 23rd, 12:30 p.m.

at Columbia-Greene Community College

OPIOID Presentation

Soft news | Local living | Kids and Schools
19 January 2018 10:47AM

Berkshire Country Day School’s Parents’ Association is pleased to announce special guest speaker Dr. Stephen Brand, Executive Director of Global Learning and Development of Strategic Alliances at Bay Path University and recent TED Talk presenter, who will lead and energetic and interactive presentation on ‘Raising…


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