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Local culture
17 January 2018 09:21PM
JMS Collective

www.jmscollective.com/blog/2018/1/16/vintage-shopping-in-hudson-ny

Vintage shopping in New York City can be frustrating, especially when all of the good spots are picked through by city goers and many overly curated stores are expensive. That’s why vintage and thrift shopping in Hudson is so special — there’s a perfect blend…

17 January 2018 09:21PM
JMS Collective

www.jmscollective.com/blog/2018/1/16/vintage-shopping-in-hudson-ny

Vintage shopping in New York City can be frustrating, especially when all of the good spots are picked through by city goers and many overly curated stores are expensive. That’s why vintage and thrift shopping in Hudson is so special — there’s a perfect blend…

17 January 2018 09:21PM
JMS Collective

www.jmscollective.com/blog/2018/1/16/vintage-shopping-in-hudson-ny

Vintage shopping in New York City can be frustrating, especially when all of the good spots are picked through by city goers and many overly curated stores are expensive. That’s why vintage and thrift shopping in Hudson is so special — there’s a perfect blend…

17 January 2018 07:26PM

www.ktcassoc.com

As patrons and appreciators of the fine arts that fill the institutions and galleries across our region, most of us spend little time contemplating how the art got there. The complex mechanisms, bureaucracy and caprice that fill the chasm between struggling artists and their due…

17 January 2018 04:49PM

Not long ago, the Hillsdale Historians received a request for information about a Hudson River School artist named John Bunyan Bristol. Bristol was born in Hillsdale in 1826, was a contemporary of Frederic Church and was well respected during his lifetime. His work hangs in…

17 January 2018 04:49PM

Not long ago, the Hillsdale Historians received a request for information about a Hudson River School artist named John Bunyan Bristol. Bristol was born in Hillsdale in 1826, was a contemporary of Frederic Church and was well respected during his lifetime. His work hangs in…

17 January 2018 04:49PM

Not long ago, the Hillsdale Historians received a request for information about a Hudson River School artist named John Bunyan Bristol. Bristol was born in Hillsdale in 1826, was a contemporary of Frederic Church and was well respected during his lifetime. His work hangs in…

17 January 2018 04:49PM

Not long ago, the Hillsdale Historians received a request for information about a Hudson River School artist named John Bunyan Bristol. Bristol was born in Hillsdale in 1826, was a contemporary of Frederic Church and was well respected during his lifetime. His work hangs in…

17 January 2018 04:49PM

Not long ago, the Hillsdale Historians received a request for information about a Hudson River School artist named John Bunyan Bristol. Bristol was born in Hillsdale in 1826, was a contemporary of Frederic Church and was well respected during his lifetime. His work hangs in…

17 January 2018 04:49PM

Not long ago, the Hillsdale Historians received a request for information about a Hudson River School artist named John Bunyan Bristol. Bristol was born in Hillsdale in 1826, was a contemporary of Frederic Church and was well respected during his lifetime. His work hangs in…

17 January 2018 04:49PM

Not long ago, the Hillsdale Historians received a request for information about a Hudson River School artist named John Bunyan Bristol. Bristol was born in Hillsdale in 1826, was a contemporary of Frederic Church and was well respected during his lifetime. His work hangs in…

17 January 2018 03:30PM
Henry Diamond

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

Astute local concertgoers got in on the ground floor at Club Helsinki Hudson when the slowly emerging and then rising jazz-pop outfit Lake Street Drive began its ascent to national fame and the cover of Rolling Stone magazine right here on our…

17 January 2018 02:32PM
North Chatham Free Library

Renowned folksinger Reggie Harris will perform on Sunday January 21 at 3:00 pm. He has been called a “dynamic ambassador of hope and joy” whose music “makes you want to sing and celebrate your neighbor”! For lovers of singing, storytelling, and history, Reggie Harris…

17 January 2018 02:32PM
North Chatham Free Library

Renowned folksinger Reggie Harris will perform on Sunday January 21 at 3:00 pm. He has been called a “dynamic ambassador of hope and joy” whose music “makes you want to sing and celebrate your neighbor”! For lovers of singing, storytelling, and history, Reggie Harris…

17 January 2018 02:32PM
North Chatham Free Library

Renowned folksinger Reggie Harris will perform on Sunday January 21 at 3:00 pm. He has been called a “dynamic ambassador of hope and joy” whose music “makes you want to sing and celebrate your neighbor”! For lovers of singing, storytelling, and history, Reggie Harris…

17 January 2018 01:01PM
Jim Gibbons

We got snowed out. Stay tuned for a new date!

17 January 2018 01:01PM
Jim Gibbons

We got snowed out. Stay tuned for a new date!

17 January 2018 12:57PM

February 9-11, 2018 at Powell House

Restorative Practices and Restorative Justice have been increasingly used in schools and elsewhere as a tool for building community and for bringing community back into balance when harm has been done. While RP/RJ offers a set of processes, for this…

17 January 2018 11:23AM

Join us for a three-day workshop to examine how to construct ethical and mindful faith-based service. Come explore how to build service opportunities that focus on care, reciprocal relationships and justice. Margaret Webb and Greg Woods will lead group sessions on forming and maintaining relationships…

16 January 2018 11:05PM
Spotty Dog

www.thespottydog.com/events/all-events/#898&year=2018

Saturday, January 20th 7 pm, $7

Stuart Quimby is a classical and jazz composer, as well as a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist – playing flute, most of the baroque wind instruments, Balinese gamelan, various other woodwinds, keyboards (esp. early synths), and several experimental instruments of his own…

16 January 2018 11:01PM
Spotty Dog

www.thespottydog.com/events/all-events/#898&year=2018

Friday, January 19th 7:00 pm

Collabotative Sogwriting Workshop and Performance about Hot Dogs with Burt Murder. Free!

Bring an instrument. Be ready to play, to write, to sing, and jam.

There will be beer-boiled hot dogs, and a person dressed as a hot dog.

Yes, it’s ridiculous.

16 January 2018 05:39PM
Henry Diamond

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

For several years now, I’ve enjoyed watching the evolution of http://dustbowlfaeries.com/” />Dust Bowl Faeries from a trio performing Ryder Cooley’s quirky songs into a full-fledged band with a full-length album to its name.

And now we have the opportunity to…

16 January 2018 05:01PM
Henry Diamond

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

If you’ve lived in or around Hudson, N.Y., for any length of time, you must have stumbled upon Stephanie Monseu and Keith Nelson, the cofounders and leaders of http://www.bindlestiff.org/” />Bindlestiff Family Cirkus. Having been based here for over a…

16 January 2018 04:49PM
TSL

A live performance and Q&A will follow the screening, with cinematographer Lucas Miller and singers Avery Book, Gideon Crevoshay, Carl Linich, and Doug Paisley.

Aterúe: the singers from elsewhere is a feature length documentary filmed in 2013 and completed in 2017. It is the story of…

16 January 2018 04:45PM
TSL

Analog Dreams: The Art of Brian Dewan is a new documentary film about multi-media artist Brian Dewan. Brian takes us on an intimate and humorous journey around his upstate New York village (Catskill) as he performs, muses on life, and prepares one of his signature…

 

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