Kinderhook, New York  |  Multimedia

25 August 2019 02:14PM
Susan Kotulak

Visit the studio and kilns of Susan Kotulak, a Clermont artist who creates artworks with Japanese inspiration, in both textiles and clay. Open Studio is on Saturday/Sunday August 31st & September 1st. 11AM-5PM as part of the Art Studio Views Tour,

Kotulak’s extensive collection of…

24 August 2019 01:02PM
Dan Udell

“The event is described as being: For people who care about Hudson and how we brand our GREAT City for tourism. For people who want to leverage local talent for this project. For people who believe we deserve better than what’s been proposed so far.”

Fiction/Memoir | Local culture | Soft news
23 August 2019 08:47PM

This year celebrates the 12th annual Art Studio Views over Labor Day Weekend. This year also marks the 50th anniversary of historic milestones: The Hudson River Sloop Clearwater; The Stonewall Inn riots; the Apollo 11 Moon Landing; the Woodstock Music Festival; and the Mets winning…

22 August 2019 09:38AM
Henry Diamond

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

Few people knew Lucille Ball the way Lee Tannen did. Distantly related by marriage, Lee met Lucy while he was still a child but cemented their close and enduring friendship as an adult during the last decade of Lucy’s life -…

22 August 2019 09:33AM
Henry Diamond

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

Are you one of those who sits around and wonders, “Whatever happened to good ol’ American rock ‘n’ roll”? You know the kind I mean – the heartland rock that ran like a straight line from the Byrds to Creedence Clearwater Revival…

21 August 2019 11:18AM
Dan Udell

Among the dozen or so resolutions considered, the Council took the following actions: Approved the Dog Park; opposed any State or Federal legislation to increase truck length or weight; execute State funding for DRI projects; accept $4,000 from Cornell Cooperative Extension for crosswalk improvements; delayed…

20 August 2019 07:47AM
Steven Patterson

Bridge Street Theatre continues its Free Summer Movie Matinees for Families with the most recently made film in our series. Released in 2003, Sylvain Chomet’s visually arresting, virtually dialogue-free cartoon comedy THE TRIPLETS OF BELLEVILLE will send you out into the afternoon with a wacky…

19 August 2019 09:26PM
James H. Knight

The Chatham Market welcomes Toast Cafe this Friday, August 23 from 4PM – 7PM. Serving Kouri’s Famous BBQ Rib + Cole Slaw + Potato Salad = YUM :)

If you attended Chatham Summerfest this year, you may have had a chance at tasting these amazing ribs…

19 August 2019 11:38AM

A glimpse into the deeply-entwined, polarizing, and often misunderstood history of religion, race, and politics from the perspective of a courageous group of Oklahomans working to bridge the divide within their communities. Leading historical, religious, and constitutional experts bring compelling perspective on how the conservative…

19 August 2019 11:37AM

This stirring and beautiful documentary from Academy Award-nominated director James Longley (Iraq in Fragments) traces the lives of students and their teachers at a school in the old city of Kabul. Interweaving the modern history of Afghanistan with present-day portraits, the film offers a nuanced…

19 August 2019 11:36AM

A chronicle of the eight-year quest of John and Molly Chester as they trade city living for 200 acres of barren farmland and a dream to harvest in harmony with nature. Through dogged perseverance and embracing the opportunity provided by nature’s conflicts, the Chesters unlock…

19 August 2019 11:35AM

A documentary on the monumental move of renowned photographer and artist Jay Maisel who, in February 2015 after 48 years, begrudgingly sold his home: the 35,000 square-foot, 100-year-old landmark building in Manhattan known simply as “The Bank.” Through the intimate lens of filmmaker and Jay’s…

19 August 2019 11:32AM

Neglected for almost 70 years, Olivia is a remarkable work by one of France’s ground-breaking female filmmakers, Jacqueline Audry. Set in a gothic (somewhat reminiscent of Hitchcock’s Rebecca) 19th century boarding school for young girls. While not addressing lesbianism directly, it is the story of…

19 August 2019 11:32AM

An unflinching look at the legendary reporter Mike Wallace, who interrogated the 20th century’s biggest figures in his over fifty years on air and whose aggressive reporting style and showmanship redefined what America came to expect from broadcasters. Unearthing decades of never-before-seen footage from the…

19 August 2019 11:30AM

In the mid-seventies, a strange man arrives in a quiet provincial city. In a restaurant, without any apparent reason, he starts insulting Claudio, a renowned lawyer. The community supports the lawyer and the stranger is humiliated and thrown out of the place. Later that night…

19 August 2019 11:28AM

In Santiago, Chile, Chola and Football are two homeless dogs who aren’t homeless at all. Scrappy, adorable mutts, they live in Los Reyes, the city’s oldest skateboard park, kept company by dozens of teenage boys who are constantly in motion. One dog constantly schleps around…

19 August 2019 08:52AM
Steven Patterson

In conjunction with our August 15-25 presentation of “…And Every Tale Condemns Me For a Villain” (two Shakespearean solo shows in rotating rep), Bridge Street Theatre presents a free screening of Russian filmmaker Grigori Kozintsev’s epic 1971 film version of Shakespeare’s immortal tragedy KING LEAR.…

14 August 2019 05:21PM
DeeAnn Veeder

John Davis Gallery will be exhibiting new paintings by Lois Dickson August 17th through September 8th.

There will be an opening reception on Saturday, August 17th 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

“Memory and invention have led me to landscape. I was thinking specifically about grottoes and caves, some…

14 August 2019 11:33AM
Filiz Soyak

What happens when we unravel? When what we think we know to be true about ourselves and the world is untangled, separated, taken apart?

FILIZ studio + gallery is excited to introduce UNRAVELING, a group show featuring the new works of five local artists: Ruthie Fraser,…

13 August 2019 05:01PM
Roeliff Jansen Historical Society

The Hidden History of the Roe Jan Region in Copake Falls – This weekend, features extra hours for Copake Falls Day! Saturday, August 17th (Copake Falls Day) 10 am to 4 pm Sunday, open 2 to 4 pm

Multi-media, history-rich panels, and the…


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