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Local food/farms | Local living
18 July 2018 12:00PM

Exciting news for lovers of farm-to-table, wood-fired bistro food!

THE FLAMMERIE in Kinderhook is now open for lunch on Saturdays from noon to 3pm.

The Flammerie is an award-winning bistro in the historic Village of Kinderhook offering indoor dining or outdoor in an intimate beer garden…

Local culture | Local living
18 July 2018 11:30AM
Constance Lopez

The Two Of Us Productions:

Come for a lovely sunset cruise on the Hudson River for an evening with:

The Copake Quintet

Presented with Hudson Cruises
Located at Henry Hudson River Front Park behind the Amtrak Station
Across the railroad tracks, on Water and Broad Streets, Hudson.

18 July 2018 10:43AM
Dan Udell

Discussion and voting on many resolutions, including a very contentious resolution regarding a zoning change for the Stewart’s Shops and Scali’s Pizza neighborhood.

Local food/farms
18 July 2018 07:34AM

On SUNDAY, JULY 22, the Hudson-Chatham Winery in Ghent is hosting Del’s Catering with their authentic Jamaican food, including jerk chicken, fried plantains, and rice and beans. The delicious offerings pair exceptionally well with our light- and medium-bodied wines. There will also be live jazz…

Local food/farms | Local culture | Local living
18 July 2018 07:26AM


The Copake Hillsdale Farmers Market runs every Saturday from Memorial Day to Halloween, from 9-1. We’re located under the covered barn in the Roeliff Jansen Park, 9140 Rt 22, Hillsdale NY 12529.
Join us for the annual Customer Appreciation Day!

We’re planning to draw the raffle for…

Soft news
17 July 2018 10:47PM



It is an idea whose time has come. Last October, the small group of people who have since 2014 been organizing the biennial Mrs. Greenthumbs Day Garden Tour and raising money for various improvements to the city’s parks,…

Soft news | Environment | Local living
17 July 2018 10:37PM


In 2014, a group of people—mostly gardeners but not all—decided to revive a tradition that had started more than a decade before: Mrs. Greenthumbs Day, honoring the memory of Hudson’s most talented, most exuberant, and most famous gardener, Cassandra Danz, who had…

Soft news | Local culture | Local living
17 July 2018 08:56PM
Walking the dog Theater


GHENT–Walking the dog Theater (WTD) of Ghent, NY collaborates with NIKITA Productions of New York, NY to present William Shakespeare’s Richard II at the Hawthorne Valley School Hall in Ghent, NY, this July 19-29, plus a preview performance with a talkback with cast and crew…

Local culture
17 July 2018 07:34PM
G.E. Fox

It’s me, Devon Gaillard
I’m writing with G.E. Fox for IMBY magazine. Who’s G.E. Fox? Find out about that later in my upcoming articles.

In the meantime, here’s what happened…

I was on my lunch break, sitting outside the Catskill Community Center. I was eating a beef…

Local living | Kids and Schools
17 July 2018 06:00PM

Claverack Free Library
Thursday – July 19:

Learn how soil is formed and what it is made up of with Pamela Price, from the Mud Creek ELC. We will paint and make cactus pet rocks to bring home!

Local living | Body/Soul
17 July 2018 05:57PM

FREE Tai-Chi class taught by David Haines.
Wednesdays throughout the summer, beginning June 20th.

10:00 AM

Held on the Claverack Free Library lawn (or indoors in bad weather)

Please join us!

Tech | Local living | Kids and Schools
17 July 2018 05:55PM

Ages 11-14
Tuesday, July 24 – Friday, July 27

An introduction to the Processing coding language and interface. Kids will learn to design, program and create visual art. Parents are welcome to join as well. The first night will also include a discussion on Cybersecurity.
Processing, developed…

Local culture | Local living | Body/Soul
17 July 2018 05:53PM

Join artist Patricia Powers in her Churchtown studio to create works of art out of old books rescued from the Claverack Library book sale. Appropriate for adults and teens.

Eight workshops, scheduled every Tuesday & Saturday July 10-Aug 4
3:00-6:00 PM
Attend some or all sessions!
Workshops are…

Local food/farms | Local culture | Local living
17 July 2018 05:35PM

For eight Saturdays this market season, you can experience free demonstrations, tastings, and conversations with local chefs at one of Columbia County’s best markets.

This Saturday, July 21st, Chef Andrew Chase of The Flammerie will be showing home cooks how to chop, dice, marinate, and pickle…

Local culture
17 July 2018 04:58PM
Half Moon


Saturday July 21 2018 10:00 pm
at The Half Moon – Hudson NY

DJ Uncle Rudy
with special guest DJ Ephraim Asili

All vinyl dance party

$5 cover

Local culture
17 July 2018 04:54PM
Half Moon


Thursday July 19th 8PM
at The Half Moon – Hudson NY

In short, J.P. Harris plays Country Music. Not “Americana,” not “Roots,” “Folk,” or any other number of monikers used to describe a slew of spin-off genres; he plays from the foundation of these styles, the…

Soft news | Local culture | Local living
17 July 2018 04:26PM
Olana State Historic Site


Saturday, July 21
Host Pre-party: 4-5PM
Main Cocktail Event: 5-7PM

“I am busy Landscape Architecturing. I have nearly completed a cliff about a hundred feet in height.” Frederic Church, 1887

The work has begun! Olana’s new Landscape Plan has received a national award, and the first big project is…

Tech | Kids and Schools
17 July 2018 02:56PM
Hudson Area Library Programs

Hudson Area Library’s Summer Minecraft Club meets Wednesdays from 2-4pm.

Where kids and teens get to play and fight together on our special servers led by our Tech Services and Reference Librarian, Paul Costa. Explore, gather resources, and survive against monsters that creep, crawl, and…

Kids and Schools
17 July 2018 02:40PM
Hudson Area Library Programs

Hudson Area Library and City of Hudson Youth Center are taking a Field Trip to the Martin Van Buren National Historic Site, Monday, July 23, 11:30am-3pm.

All ages and families are welcome to join us for a visit to this famous Historic Site in Kinderhook.…

Soft news | Local culture | Local living
17 July 2018 02:29PM
Henry Diamond

​“I was having nightmares every night, thinking, ‘Wow, they’re going to hate this,” says JD McPherson. When he talks about his new album, Undivided Heart & Soul, there’s no glimmer of self-adulation, or even the confidence one might expect of a veteran artist. Instead, there’s…


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