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11 June 2021 04:52PM
Kathryn King

Clarion Concerts, a mainstay of the rich cultural life of Hudson Valley and the Berkshires for decades, is hosting a fundraising gala in the historic Circa 1799 Barn in Ancramdale NY on Saturday, 19 June 2021 at 3pm. The event will feature performances by a…

11 June 2021 04:25PM
Allison Young

Thursday, June 17 | Doors 8PM | FREE

Basilica Hudson returns to the Greenville Drive-In for the second installment of the Basilica Non-Fiction Screening Series with the documentary Sisters with Transistors, presented with Metrograph.

Sisters with Transistors is the remarkable untold story of electronic music’s female pioneers…

11 June 2021 02:23PM


422 1/2 Warren Street | Hudson, NY

Our historic townhouse private gallery opens in Hudson, NY this weekend with an extraordinary selection of jewels by 6 American jewelry artists and…


Warren and HHS Secretary Agree that Congress Must Make “Generational Change” on Health Care and Put Biden’s Medicare Priorities into Action

“The time for delays, and half measures, and equivocating, and industry-friendly legislating is over”

Washington, DC – At today’s Senate Finance Committee, United States Senator Elizabeth…

10 June 2021 01:43PM
Window On Hudson

Chiarra Hughes Mba combined her first and last names to arrive at her artist name, Chimba, Born and raised in Hudson, she says that if you were also born and raised there that you probably know a relative or two of hers, since there are…

10 June 2021 10:20AM

Friday-Thursday, June 11-17

Ulrike Ottinger is known worldwide as an avant-garde artist and an unconventional filmmaker. Almost 50 years of film history is reflected in her work. Less well known is the photographer and painter Ulrike Ottinger, the young bank clerk who moved to Paris in…

10 June 2021 08:07AM


This virtual performance will premiere here on June 13 at 7pm. Press the play button in the video above and the performance will premiere once available.

Mozart’s very first published works (at age seven!) were sonatas for keyboard “with violin accompaniment.” The keyboard was either a…

9 June 2021 03:30PM
The Foundry

Over the past decade, the New Jersey born, now New Orleans (and seasonal Vermont) resident vocalist/writer/musician/producer has been bestowed with many awards and praises, including being named the Female Songwriter of the Year by the National Academy of Songwriters. Norah Jones and Bonnie Raitt have…

9 June 2021 01:26PM
Place Corps

Hello Friends,

This has been a big month. Welcome to the world Know, Love, Serve, Inc!

With the celebration and invitation of the full moon, we received notice that the organization we have been building to support our Place Corps programs and other educational…

8 June 2021 05:24PM
Claverack Library

Sunday June 20, 2021 at 5 PM

Book and Movie Discussion

email: info@claveracklibrary.org for zoom login details

In honor of Pride Month, the selection for June is Maurice by E. M. Forster, which we will discuss in-person at the Claverack library and simultaneously on Zoom.

The Merchant Ivory…

8 June 2021 04:34PM
Beth Carlson

TapRoot Sessions Outdoors Concert Series
Fridays June 11, June 18, June25th
7:00pm to 8:00pm 6:45pm- Space Opens 7:00pm- Concert)
Dewey Hall Back Yard
Dewey Hall, 91 Main Street, Sheffield, MA 01257

Contact: taprootsessions@gmail.com, 413 429 1176

Seating is limited (and physically distant).

Tickets: $10 in advance, additional donations welcomed.


8 June 2021 07:40AM

Last night, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) held his 57th town hall. During tonight’s town hall, Rep. Delgado highlighted his successful legislative track record during Republican and Democratic administrations and his focus on local upstate issues.

The Congressman answered questions from constituents about college affordability, COVID-19…

7 June 2021 08:50PM

Governor Cuomo today announced that most of the remaining COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted once 70 percent of New Yorkers aged 18 or older have received the first dose of their COVID-19 vaccination series. State’s New York Forward industry specific guidelines — including capacity restrictions,…

7 June 2021 12:04PM

Zia Williams, Eva Herschler and Gabriel Slattery to receive 2021 Henriette Reiss Award
Senior outstanding in the Musical Arts and Alumni collaboration excelling in Visual Arts

Zia Williams, class of 2021, of Hudson, NY, and the collaborative pair Eva Herschler, class of 2015, and Gabriel Slattery, both…

7 June 2021 10:28AM

Thousands (upon thousands) of used books! All types. All genres. New batches arrive weekly by the hundreds, requiring repeat visit to satisfy your book-buying needs. Come see for yourself!

Plus records, CDs, DVDs, blu-rays, antiques, collectibles, furniture, knick knacks, and other cool things.

Open every Friday, Saturday,…

7 June 2021 10:26AM

Paul Schrader’s visually stunning, collage-like portrait of the acclaimed Japanese author and playwright Yukio Mishima (played by Ken Ogata) investigates the inner turmoil and contradictions of a man who attempted the impossible task of finding harmony among self, art, and society. Taking place on the…

7 June 2021 10:23AM

Roy Andersson’s
A reflection on human life in all its beauty and cruelty, its splendor and banality. We wander, dreamlike, gently guided by our Scheherazade-esque narrator. Inconsequential moments take on the same significance as historical events: a couple floats over a war-torn Cologne; on…

7 June 2021 10:22AM

Jia Zhang-Ke’s
From master director Jia Zhang-Ke (Ash Is Purest White, A Touch of Sin) comes a vital document of Chinese society since 1949. Jia interviews three prominent authors—Jia Pingwa, Yu Hua, and Liang Hong—born in the 1950s, 1960s…

6 June 2021 03:39PM
Gregg Berninger

Ghent Receives Five Pomeroy Foundation Historical Markers Part 2

6 June 2021 03:35PM
Gregg Berninger

Ghent Receives Pomeroy Foundation Historical Markers Part 1

Local food/farms
5 June 2021 05:18PM
Mark Scherzer

This will be a brief bulletin, as befits the life of its subject , the young doe who died next to the driveway yesterday.

Death happens on the farm with some regularity, whether planned or not, and I am therefore somewhat inured to it. It is…

4 June 2021 05:31PM

Folk singer/songwriter Diana Jones to release latest CD, Song To A Refugee on June 11. Jones will take part in this years Clearwater Festival on June 19th. More information on the virtual Clearwater festival can be found at www.clearwaterfestival.org. More info on…

4 June 2021 08:02AM


“Spooky Action at a Distance” is the title of artist LIZ NIELSEN’S site-specific installation at Art Austerlitz. The exhibit will be open to the public beginning with an opening reception on Saturday June 5th from 12…

2 June 2021 11:49PM

Governor Cuomo: “Our message is simple. It’s time to reenter society. It’s time to reopen, it’s time to re re-imagine. There’s no place better to do that than the state of New York. We want any tourists this year considering their vacation, put New York…

2 June 2021 06:28PM
Kathryn King

For the first time in almost two years, Clarion Concerts, a mainstay of the rich cultural life of Hudson Valley and the Berkshires for decades, is presenting a live concert, to be held on Saturday, 19 June at 3pm in a beautiful old barn in…


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