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19 February 2018 08:13PM
Stephanie Sussman

Claverack Democrats United Attends “Not My President’s Day” Rally

Members of Claverack Democrats United joined the Recess Ruckus Rally organized by IndivisibleChathamNY at the Kinderhook Village Green to demonstrate against Congressman Faso’s support of the Trump agenda. Americans across the country chose Presidents Day to voice…

Local food/farms | Local culture | Local living
19 February 2018 07:58PM

Honey Hollow Brewing Company is a sub-nano farm brewery specializing in small batch, hand crafted ales. Their beers are made with local ingredients and hops harvested from their very own garden.

The Hudson Dusters consist of Jon B Woodin and Foggy Otis, two multi-faceted singer…

Local culture | Local living
19 February 2018 06:41PM

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Sunday, Feb 25
Threads: Textile Collaborations
at Drop Forge & Tool
442 Warren Street
Open Hours 12pm to 5pm with a closing reception from 3pm to 5pm
Also open for viewing on Friday, Feb 23 from 12pm to 5pm and by appt.

The culmination of a week long collaborative experimental residency…

Local culture
19 February 2018 06:18PM

CRANDELL
48 Main St.
Chatham NY 12037

Film Club Members & Children $6.50
Non Members $7.50
Matinee Admission, All Seats $6.50
Additional $2.00 for 3D

Sunday 2/25 at 12:00pm
The Oscar Nominated Short Films: Animated
Running time: 83 minutes

Believe it or not, the often overlooked…

Hard news | Soft news | Local culture
19 February 2018 06:15PM

wavefarm.org/calendar/arqgcp?utm_source=Wave+Farm%3A+Transmission+Arts%3B+WGXC%3B+Media+Arts+Grants&utm_campaign=9565cc1fc4-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_02_05&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ebb37c6e9b-9565cc1fc4-710910981

Celebrate seven years of WGXC 90.7-FM with an evening of live radio theatre. The celebration culminates with a live performance of Hans Flesch’s radio play, “Magic on the Radio: An Experimental Airwaves Fantasy” (“Zauberei auf dem Sender”), featuring a cast of WGXC programmers and friends.…

Local culture
19 February 2018 06:14PM

CRANDELL
48 Main St.
Chatham NY 12037

Film Club Members & Children $6.50
Non Members $7.50
Matinee Admission, All Seats $6.50
Additional $2.00 for 3D

Starting Friday 2/23
I,Tonya(R)
Starring: Margot Robbie & Allison Janney
Running time: 120 minutes
Showtimes: week of Friday 2/23 through Thursday 3/1

Hard news | Soft news | Local culture
19 February 2018 06:05PM

wavefarm.org/wgxc/donate

Dear Friends,

If you have already made a contribution to WGXC’s Radio Magic Pledge Drive, thank you! Your support makes this diverse, hands-on, volunteer programmer-driven, community radio station possible. Wave Farm’s WGXC is a platform for independent voices, bringing truly original perspectives and sounds to the…

Soft news | Business/Growth | Local culture
19 February 2018 05:59PM
Betsy Miller

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Some claim it’s just the way that some people’s hands work. For small teacups, where you pick them up pinched between finger and thumb, supported by middle finger; or slightly larger ones, where you loop your index finger into the small handle, thumb above…

Soft news | Local living
19 February 2018 04:37PM

For those looking to open a new business in Columbia County or expand an existing one, the historic Village of Kinderhook offers unique opportunities. Just twenty minutes from Hudson and thirty minutes from the Capital Region and the Berkshires, Kinderhook is ideally situated to attract…

Local living | Kids and Schools
19 February 2018 01:55PM
Philmont Public Library

Friday, February 23 at 7pm the Philmont Public Library will be showing the movie Wonder based on the book of the same name by RJ Palacio.

Hard news | Politics/Government | Business/Growth
19 February 2018 01:02PM
Scott Myers

We can complain about national politics, and we should.

But we’re most effective locally. You’re needed now.

We must prevent the Greene County Government from building a new jail. A regional jail solution is appropriate,…

Local culture | Local living
19 February 2018 11:58AM
Rebecca McBride

Allison Guertin Marchese discusses her book “Hudson Valley Curiosities: The Sinking of the Steamship Swallow, the Poughkeepsie Seer, the UFOs of the Celtic Stone Chambers and More” on Saturday, February 24, from 5 to 7 p.m. A conversation with Thomas Chulak from the bookstore and…

Local culture | Body/Soul
19 February 2018 11:54AM
Rebecca McBride

In a show entitled “Women and Power,” ceramic artist Mary Anne Davis displays her work inspired by the manifesto of the same name by Mary Beard. The opening reception is on Friday, February 23, from 5 to 7 p.m. The exhibit runs through April 6,…

Soft news | Local culture | Local living
19 February 2018 11:38AM
Henry Diamond

Hello H(elsinki) H(udson) F(riend)s:

For anyone who wonders what happened to old-fashioned R&B, soul, and blues belting – the kind that seemed to pass on with the likes of Koko Taylor, Etta James and Ruth Brown – seek no further than http://www.shemekiacopeland.com/” />Shemekia…

Politics/Government | Kids and Schools
19 February 2018 11:29AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/columbia-county-sheriff-icc-officials-alert-after-social-media-video

VALATIE — A video posted on social media caused concern among Ichabod Crane School officials and brought Columbia County Sheriff’s deputies to the district for added security on Friday.

A letter was sent from the district to parents and guardians of students Friday notifying them of…

Hard news
19 February 2018 11:22AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/agan-gets-25-years-life-wife%E2%80%99s-murder

HUDSON — Following victim impact statements, David Agan Jr. was sentenced in county court Thursday to serve a maximum of 308 years to life in state prison after being found guilty of first-degree murder and multiple counts of rape, incest and criminal sex act.

Agan was…

Politics/Government | Business/Growth
19 February 2018 11:04AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/city-form-tourism-board

HUDSON — The Common Council will appoint nine people to sit on a tourism board that will help use funds raised from the lodging tax to promote the city.

The city has been collecting a 4 percent tax per day on rental income of all short-term…

 

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