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Soft news | Business/Growth | Local food/farms
15 June 2019 01:19PM
Betsy Miller
Soft news | Kids and Schools | Body/Soul
15 June 2019 09:57AM
Danette Gorman

Day One: There is unexpected drama around our food purchase. I arrive early to a bank where I commonly withdraw funds. All systems down. When they open. my withdrawal is declined. I try the machine; same thing. I try to charge the purchase…

Hard news | Politics/Government | Local living
15 June 2019 08:32AM
Enid Futterman

www.nydailynews.com/opinion/ny-oped-our-lives-are-in-the-hands-of-the-state-senate-20190614-q6hydz3ctrbrhoe4hqfebl2afu-story.html

“I have lived in Hudson, N.Y., for 14 years. I own a restaurant here. I came here from El Salvador as a single mother to escape an abusive partner. We’re a big close-knit family of 13. We work hard, we support each other and we…

Local culture | Fiction/Memoir | Body/Soul
15 June 2019 12:34AM
Cassidy A. Maze

To: You, who is witnessing history in the making, as the good people of Greene County make a press conference Home Run

From: Me, who is thankful for everyone working to win true Change

Dear You,

“Social change doesn’t just happen, it happens because people decide to…

Local food/farms
14 June 2019 10:50PM
Jody Bolluyt

roxburyfarm.com/csa

Welcome to the 2019 season! We are very excited to be sharing the bounty of the land with you all again. It has been another cold and wet spring and the crew has worked really hard to make sure we have veggies ready…

Local culture
14 June 2019 10:30PM
Rebecca Loyche

www.rebeccaloyche.com

CoVerlag presents:
artwork created over the last decade by
Rebecca Loyche

Reception Friday June 28th &
Saturday June 29th from 4pm-8pm
(Viewing also by appointment)

20 Kinderhook Street
Chatham, NY 12037
(behind Main Street)

For more information email:
info@co-verlag.com

www.co-verlag.com

Local food/farms
14 June 2019 08:18PM
Mark Scherzer

Like everyone else on earth, I am living at the inflection point between the past and the future. Perhaps unlike most others, I think quite a bit about being at that juncture.

I suppose the reasons for my focus are obvious. I’m still adjusting to widowhood,…

Local culture | Local living
14 June 2019 05:51PM
Carrie Haddad Gallery

Join us after the Pride Parade on Saturday June 15 from 5-7 to meet the artists featured in “MORTALS, SAINTS & MYTHS”

Featured artists include:
Carl Grauer, Mark Beard, Juan Garcia-Nunez, David Sokosh, John T. Unger, and Kahn & Selesnick

Exhibit Highlight:
Don’t miss the impressive installation of photographs…

Local culture | Local living
14 June 2019 12:21PM
Lindsay Brice

Much disinformation is spread about Tom Davis, who was a friend to many.
Here he is in his own words, though, as Tom said of a friend, “He did not take his own advice.” I grieve for that most of all, for his sake.

Environment | Kids and Schools
14 June 2019 11:52AM
Mud Creek Environmental Learning Center

www.facebook.com/MudcreekELC

Reptile Adventure!
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 – 630 pm
Mud Creek Environmental Learning Center
Columbia County Soil & Water Conservation District
1024 State Route 66, Ghent, NY 12075
www.facebook.com/MudcreekELC

Slither on over to Columbia County Soil and Water Conservation District for a truly sensational night! Reptile Adventure will…

Matthew Frederick

hudsonurbanism.blogspot.com/2019/06/how-to-solve-wrong-problem.html

At this week’s meeting of the Hudson Planning Board, Colarusso & Sons put forth a proposal for vegetative screening to mitigate the visual intrusion of its gravel operations on the Hudson waterfront. But only moving the rail crossing will really solve the problem.

Local culture | Local living
13 June 2019 06:18PM
Charlie Ferrusi

www.facebook.com/events/528971680968083/

Join Hedda Lettuce for a special pride edition cabaret, with special guest Big Dipper! Saturday, June 15 at Helsinki Hudson. Doors at 5pm. Show at 7pm. Tickets are $25. Reservations are strongly encouraged!

Hedda Lettuce (Steven Polito) is known as New York City’s premier comic…

Politics/Government
13 June 2019 05:33PM

WASHINGTON, DC—Today, Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) successfully amended House appropriations legislation to include increased funding for Lyme disease research, prevention, and treatment. Rep. Delgado’s amendment, which passed with bipartisan support, includes $1 million in increased Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funding to…

 

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