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25 October 2020 08:44AM

Patrick Nelson, the Democratic and Working Families Party nominee vying to flip a State Senate seat in District 43, just released a new campaign ad.

Nelson, an RPI-trained biochemist and a Village Trustee in his hometown of Stillwater, is running to guarantee quality healthcare for every…


24 October 2020 08:16PM
Emily Sachar

Honking, shouting, and waving enormous flags from their windows and pick-up cabs, hundreds — or could it have been thousands? — of Trump supporters drove through Red Hook along Route 199 today, the first day of early voting in New York State.

The caravan began from…

Body/Soul | Hard news | Politics/Government
24 October 2020 07:16PM
Emily Sachar

Although the Village-to-Village (V2V) Trail has been around since the 90’s, the seven-mile project moved one step closer to completion this week with the addition of painted bike lane markings on roads in the Town of Red Hook.

The white markings, called sharrows, were laid down…


24 October 2020 09:44AM
Emily Sachar

In one of the more bizarre developments of the Red Hook District 5 voting site debacle, a State Supreme Court judge has reversed her own decision and decided there is indeed enough time to move the site onto the Bard College campus.

Previously, Judge Maria Rosa,…


23 October 2020 08:48PM
LaVonne Elaine Roberts

Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced a $774 million comprehensive plan to stabilize and grow the Massachusetts economy. The plan focuses on getting people back to work, supporting small businesses, fostering innovation, revitalizing downtowns and ensuring housing stability. Partnerships for Recovery begins today by directing $115…


23 October 2020 06:28PM
John Isaacs

imby.com/claverack/article/a-year-in-the-life-of-claverack-2/

In October 2008, my closest neighbors, down on Decker Road, used their disused van as a poster for Obama’s campaign, which caught my eye for my “Year in the life of Claverack” project (see link above).

Today, twelve years later, I noticed the same, somewhat…


23 October 2020 11:32AM

At the tail end of Patrick Nelson’s bike tour on Thursday, the Democratic and Working Families Party nominee for State Senate in District 43 stopped by Sen. Daphne Jordan’s district office in East Greenbush to deliver a list of more than 200 petition-signers demanding she…


22 October 2020 04:08PM
Sophie Newsome

The Cocktail Garden has new cold weather hours:
Fridays 4-8 and Saturdays/Sundays 12-5. Cozy up with hot cocktails under one of our new propane heaters or at the fire pit.

Friday October 23rd + Saturday October 24th:
This Friday from 4-8 and Saturday from 12-5, This and…


22 October 2020 01:59PM

Dust off your freakiest duds, strap on your wickedest mask, and join us next Friday, October 30th for “Devil’s Night,” a sexy evening of spooky theatrics with the one and only Gypsy Layne Cabaret & Company!
This Halloween-themed production offers show-stopping, heart-pounding, spine-tingling thrills, chills, and…


21 October 2020 07:55PM
IMBY NY

THE HEADLINES

Queens Red and Orange Zones Move to “Yellow” Based on Progress Made Over Past 14 Days

Rockland, Orange and Broome County Zones will Remain the Same Until They Meet Metrics to Reduce Restrictions

New…


20 October 2020 05:56PM
Steven Patterson

Students and families! Missing the Haunted Hayride and the Barn of Terror this year? We got ya covered!

Remember during the first two years of Bridge Street Theatre’s existence when we collaborated with Catskill High students to present an interactive Haunted House experience called NIGHTMARE ON…


20 October 2020 05:44PM

Rolling Grocer 19 is now offering contact-free Curbside Groceries four days a week to both locals and visitors to minimize community spread of the ‘rona thanks to a generous grant from the Hudson City Tourism Board. This service is available 4 days a week, Wed-Sat.…


20 October 2020 01:07PM
BRUCE C BERGMANN

Oh exhibition thought December 6th 2020, BCB ART will be exhibiting a group show- Artists Works on paper.

The seductive and often elusive intimacy and spontaneity of an artwork on paper- pen and ink, charcoal, watercolor and even gelatin silver is the focus of…


20 October 2020 12:28PM

Copake Virtual Town Board Meeting to Discuss Solar Installation

Wednesday October 28 @ 7 pm

 
On Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 7:00 PM, the Copake Town Board will host a special, informational ZOOM meeting to update residents on Hecate Energy’s proposed 500-acre, 60 MW solar installation planned for…


20 October 2020 12:05PM
TSL

Indoor Screening: Theater 2 (Capacity 9) – Per NY State Guidelines

Masks required. Please help TSL maintain a clean and safe environment. Concession temporarily closed and outdoor food and beverages prohibited. Thank you for cooperating.

Pulp novelist Holly Martins travels to shadowy, postwar Vienna, only to find…


20 October 2020 12:04PM
TSL

Indoor Screening: Theater 1 (Capacity 25) – Per NY State Guidelines

Masks required. Please help TSL maintain a clean and safe environment. Concession temporarily closed and outdoor food and beverages prohibited. Thank you for cooperating.

“Critic’s Pick! Audacious and thrilling. An ingenious adaptation of the Jack London…


20 October 2020 12:03PM
TSL

Indoor Screening: Theater 2 (Capacity 9) – Per NY State Guidelines

Masks required. Please help TSL maintain a clean and safe environment. Concession temporarily closed and outdoor food and beverages prohibited. Thank you for cooperating.

This documentary portrait of theater operator Nicolas “Nick” Nicolaou moves from 1970s…


20 October 2020 12:03PM
TSL

Indoor Screening: Theater 1 (Capacity 25) – Per NY State Guidelines

Masks required. Please help TSL maintain a clean and safe environment. Concession temporarily closed and outdoor food and beverages prohibited. Thank you for cooperating.

The Oscar®-nominated and Emmy®-winning documentary RBG, directed by award-winning filmmakers Betsy West…


20 October 2020 09:41AM
Andrew Appel

Craryville harpsichordist and director of the Four Nations Ensemble, Andrew Appel, has recorded a virtual recital in his Craryville living room for the Detroit Chamber Music Society’s online series, Camera Music Aired live on October 15th at the same time as the Biden and…


19 October 2020 05:14PM

Modernized by Zach Neven at D’Arcy Simpson Art Works

Zach Neven is rarely seen without his camera. He is known in Columbia County for his photography of local events and bucolic landscapes. However, Zach is also a prolific painter and Modernized is his project that fuses…


18 October 2020 01:57PM

A NEW NATION, an original song that came to me in the summer of 2008 and was resurrected with new verses to be heard NOW. As our consciousness rises, we have the ability to see (and hear) new colors and vibrations. An Anthem…

 

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