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18 September 2021 03:18PM
Mark Scherzer

My summer wound up this week much as it has been: intensely social, filled with visitors and events. Diverted from the work of the farm to which I had planned to give priority, I discovered that one really can’t do it all. Office work, farm…

16 September 2021 08:32PM

Come visit Anthony Titus’s “Ruptures and Reconciliations” in the ‘T’ Space Gallery during the final two weeks of our summer open hours: Sundays, September 19 & September 26, 12 – 5pm in Rhinebeck.

Anthony Titus created the works in “Ruptures and Reconciliations” in response…

16 September 2021 03:19PM
Miriam Rubin

To celebrate this year’s glorious, juicy tomato harvest, I will be at the Copake Hillsdale Farmers’ Market this Saturday, September 18, from 10 am to 1 pm.

I’ll have samples from my cookbook, “Tomatoes,” for tasting. Plus I’ll be selling signed copies of the book.…

16 September 2021 03:06PM

Liluwaldamina anhaldamawi, please forgive me, these words I found myself saying as I approached the mound. Please forgive my ancestors for the wrongs they have done to you and your people. Displaced, dispossessed, neglected and forgotten, your names, your ways, your voice, your memory. Anhaldamawi…

15 September 2021 08:00AM

The Crandell Theatre welcomes visitors new and familiar with an eclectic lineup of films screening Thursday through Sunday.

September 16-19 showtimes are listed below.


Thursday, September 16, 7:30 pm
Friday, September 17, 7:30 pm

Rated R. 118 Minutes

An evocative and sweeping portrait of…

14 September 2021 12:56PM

AOH’s newest program, Local Characters, is a series of short videos featuring lively excerpts from interviews with residents conducted by AOH director Paul Ricciardi. In each, participants share stories and reveal what makes them tick.

In this latest segment, part-time North Chatham resident KIM SYKES talks…

13 September 2021 05:57PM

With the award of a New York State Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) grant in 2017, the City of Hudson gained a major opportunity to rethink its aging streetscape, with a particular focus on sidewalks, design principals that serve all levels of ability, traffic calming, stormwater…

13 September 2021 04:14PM
Carrie Haddad Gallery

Carrie Haddad Gallery is pleased to present “Fragments of Time and Space” an exhibit of paintings by Anthony Finta, Ginny Fox, Carl Grauer, Joseph Maresca, and abstract wall sculpture by Dai Ban. The artists in this show react to constantly changing elements such as light…

10 September 2021 07:57PM
Art Bassin

The Ancram Fire Company invites you to view the 9/11 Memorial at Blass Field in Ancram to remember and honor those who were lost in that tragedy, and to pay tribute to the 343 first responders who lost their lives in the towers on…

10 September 2021 10:34AM
AT Mann

The September Virgo New Moon occurs at 20:53 PM on September 6 and looks to be yet again a very complex chart/time ahead. The New Moon is in the picky and selective sign Virgo, so choices come up that can either work for you or…

9 September 2021 06:29PM
Lydia Rubio

Solo exhibition of 13 abstract paintings.

Saturday and Sunday 11 to 5pm at Elevated Matter
422 ½ Warren Street, Hudson NY 917 439-9125
Contact Chris Davies at elevatedmatter@gmail.com

CONSTELLATIONS draws our attention toward the celestial. The geometric and the gestural combine in this series of paintings to…

7 September 2021 07:13PM
David Smith

Concerts in the Village (CITV), Kinderhook, NY announces the resumption of programming this fall and the beginning of its 11th season of choral, orchestral and chamber music. With this CITV continues its important contribution to the cultural landscape of the Upper Hudson Valley-Capitol District Region.…

7 September 2021 03:46PM
The Foundry

Coral Moons is a 4 piece indie-soul band from Boston, MA. Their music has roots in blues, jazz, soul, funk and 60’s rock bringing their stories to life. Their songs reflect everyday anxiety and pains while also admiring its beauty. With strong lead female vocals,…

7 September 2021 03:44PM
The Foundry

Nelson Patton is a NYC-based instrumental duo of Dave Nelson and Marlon Patton. Inspired by ambient minimalism, polyrhythmic composition, and orchestral sonorities, the duo layers trombone, drums, and electronics to create a rich palette of improvised textures that evolve over time, creating a transportive experience…

7 September 2021 02:26PM
Window On Hudson

Window On Hudson is proud to present Will McLeod and his vibrant fabric paintings in “Perimeter Cameos” from September 8th – October 4th, 2021. McLeod’s large textile works fill the storefront windows, with additional sewn compositions and works on paper exhibited indoors.

An Artist Reception…

7 September 2021 11:47AM


Sunday, September 12, 1 pm

140 Minutes
Crime, Drama, Thriller

French criminal Corey (Alain Delon) is released from prison and vows to never return, but is quickly pulled back into criminal behavior after a chance encounter with escaped murderer Vogel (Gian Maria Volonte). Along with former…

7 September 2021 11:43AM


Saturday, September 11, 1 pm

111 Minutes
Musical, Romance

The original high school musical is back, and there’s no better way to enjoy Grease than by singing along with the characters on screen! Good girl Sandy Olsson (Olivia Newton-John) and greaser Danny Zuko (John Travolta) fell…

7 September 2021 11:38AM


Friday, September 10, 7:30 pm
Sunday, September 12, 4 pm

Rated PG-13. 96 Minutes
Documentary, Drama

The inside story behind the “Salvator Mundi,” the most expensive painting ever sold at $450 million. From the moment the painting is bought for $1175 at a shady New Orleans auction…

7 September 2021 11:17AM


Friday, September 10, 4 pm
Saturday, September 11, 7:30 pm

Rated R. 130 Minutes.
Adventure, Drama, Fantasy

Sir Gawain (Dev Patel), King Arthur’s reckless and headstrong nephew, embarks on a daring quest to confront the eponymous Green Knight, a gigantic emerald-skinned stranger and tester of men. Gawain…

7 September 2021 11:10AM


Thursday, September 9, 7:30 pm
Saturday, September 11, 4 pm

Rated R. 85 Minutes

Broadway was on the verge of bankruptcy in the 70s with talk of tearing down theaters and replacing them with parking lots; the plays were considered obsolete and audiences severely declining. On Broadway…

7 September 2021 10:05AM
Columbia County Historical Society

Love looking at pretty old houses? Learn all about noteworthy homes and institutional structures built during the Federal era on the newest Drive Through History road trip from the Columbia County Historical Society.

You can view or download this free, self-guided driving itinerary at www.cchsny.org/drive-through-history.html.

The Federal…

6 September 2021 11:18PM

‘T’ Space Rhinebeck is pleased to present new art by the artist Anthony Titus. Titus is an important artist, architect, and educator whose work exemplifies ‘T’ Space’s mission to synthesize the arts across disciplines. For “Ruptures and Reconciliations”, Titus has developed a new series of…

6 September 2021 09:44PM
James Knight

Hard to believe that it’s only four more Fridays before the end of this season.
The Chatham Farmers & Markers Market ends on October 1st.
Please visit this Friday and get to know the vendors, have something to eat, enjoy Crellin Park and listen to…

3 September 2021 04:46PM

Urges New Yorkers to Apply to State’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program – More Than $1.2 Billion in Funding Obligated or Disbursed through ERAP

New Law Expands Rental Assistance Program and Accompanying Eviction Protections to Localities That Had Previously Opted Out

Enacts Foreclosure Protections for…

2 September 2021 08:44AM

For our Grand Finale of the Season, come to the opening reception for Routines, Dana Piazza’s first solo exhibition at Art Austerlitz.

This exhibition features a breadth of work on paper, panel and canvas ranging from 2014–2021. Emblematic of the artist’s approach to building…


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