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12 June 2021 07:05PM
PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century

Congratulations, Chatham High School Class of 2021! We were thrilled to host you at PS21’s Pavilion Theater to celebrate Arbor Day and come together before you graduate later this month.

You made it through such a difficult year, and you have learned valuable lessons about life’s…

12 June 2021 06:56PM

U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19), Senator Michelle Hinchey, President of the New York League of Conservation Voters Julie Tighe, and Executive Director of the NYS Building and Construction Trades Al Catalano called for investment in upstate infrastructure. Rep. Delgado highlighted his recently-advanced legislation to provide…

Hard news | Politics/Government | Body/Soul
12 June 2021 04:46PM
Kate Lisa


ALBANY — Lawmakers were set to end legislative session late Thursday after passing a handful of criminal justice measures while killing several others that downstate progressives and advocates this week rallied for the hardest.

The Senate and Assembly each passed the Less is More Act on…

Local culture
12 June 2021 03:41PM

SEPTEMBER is excited to present Strong Winds May Exist, Annie Bielski’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. The opening is June 12, 2021 from 5pm- Sunset. SEPTEMBER has included Bielski’s work in several group shows, presented a solo booth at NADA NY together, and in…

Kate Lisa


ALBANY — Melissa Jones has had enough. A Cobleskill mom of two children, ages 9 and 4, Jones’s eyes filled with tears Wednesday morning while peaking at a podium in West Capitol Park.

“I asked [my son] what he thought about not wearing a mask in…

11 June 2021 09:10PM

As our City is about to once again enjoy our annual Flag Day tradition, our citizens should be assured that we have taken extraordinary precautions to ensure your safety. Through many years of practice and teamwork, working with all of our city departments, local, county…

Local culture | Kids and Schools | Fiction/Memoir
11 June 2021 04:55PM

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), in partnership with Arts Midwest, has awarded Bard College a $19,985 NEA Big Read grant to support the Big Read Hudson Valley: Spanning the Hudson River with Words, a dynamic community-wide reading program offering reading groups, performances, workshops,…

Soft news | Local culture | Local living
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…

Local culture
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…

Environment | Local culture
11 June 2021 02:51PM


Reserve your self-guided “Indoor Explore” tickets for opening weekend to see the new collaborative exhibition “Cross Pollination: Heade, Cole, Church, and Our Contemporary Moment,” on view at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site and Olana State Historic Site from June 12 – October 31, 2021.

Local culture
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…

Local culture | Local living
11 June 2021 02:06PM
Gina Hyams


Spencertown, New York–Spencertown Academy Arts Center presents its 6th annual Members’ Art Show featuring works made by Academy community members. The exhibit will be on display on weekends from Saturday, July 10 through Sunday, August 8. Gallery hours are Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00pm to…

Local food/farms | Local culture | Local living
11 June 2021 01:40PM
Gina Hyams


Spencertown, New York–Spencertown Academy Arts Center Hidden Gardens Lecture Series presents “Preserving the Bounty of the Garden” with Chef Linda Romeo on Saturday, July 24 at 10:00am. The basics of canning, pickling, and freezing safely while preserving flavor will be discussed and demonstrated in this…

Local culture | Local living | Kids and Schools
11 June 2021 12:57PM

CCYT Summer Musical Theatre enrollment is still open for our Funshop class (ages 6 – 8).
This is an individualized program in which students will workshop and perform an original CCYT musical: The Little Red Hen (book by Edgar Acevedo, lyrics by Eddie Knight &…

Hard news | Politics/Government | Local living
11 June 2021 09:48AM
Aliya Schneider


HUDSON—The Hudson Housing Authority is moving forward with plans to demolish Bliss Towers and rebuild public housing in the city.

The demolition of the 50-year-old structure would also include Columbia Apartments, which are the low-rise units on the same property as the high-rise building. The…

Aliya Schneider


HUDSON–City attorney Cheryl Roberts called 3rd Ward Alderman Calvin Lewis’ vote a conflict of interest Tuesday, negating a salary increase for the new youth department director.

The raise for Youth Department Director Liz Yorck has been approved by the Common Council in a 6-5 vote.…

Hard news | Body/Soul
10 June 2021 09:19PM
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10 June 2021 08:59PM
Hard news | Politics/Government | Body/Soul
10 June 2021 08:32PM

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…

Hard news | Politics/Government | Body/Soul
10 June 2021 08:11PM

Here’s what you need to know tonight:

COVID hospitalizations are at 758. Of the 139,492 tests reported yesterday, 566, or 0.41 percent, were positive. The 7-day average percent positivity was 0.47 percent. There were 190 patients in ICU yesterday, down five…


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