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Soft news | Local culture | Local living
23 February 2019 06:41PM
David Smith

David Smith, CITV Artistic Director

On Sunday, February 24th Concerts in the Village (CITV) continues its 9th season with the Broad Street Orchestra and five exciting soloists from the Bard Graduate Vocal Arts Program: BEAUTY! TEXTURE! EMOTION! – A CENTURY OF VOCAL AND ORCHESTRAL MUSIC FROM…

Hard news | Politics/Government | Environment
23 February 2019 01:29PM
Enid Futterman

Probably the most important thing to say about last Saturday’s Delgado Town Hall is that it happened.

During the interminable two-year term of Delgado’s predecessor, John Faso, there was so little communication between the representative and the represented, that a Facebook page called Listen to…

Local culture | Fiction/Memoir | Body/Soul
23 February 2019 10:30AM
Cassidy A. Maze

Letter Eight: To Serve Our Mother Culture

To: You, Who is not alone
From: Me, Who joins forces with you to protect and serve the Mother Culture

Dear You,

We have been meeting regularly. Our next meeting is tomorrow, this Sunday, February 24th. At the meetings we form circles…

Soft news
23 February 2019 08:52AM
Local food/farms
23 February 2019 01:36AM
Mark Scherzer

With another pair of twins joining us this morning, our count has come to twenty four new lambs in 2019 (so far). The growing lamb gang is starting to fill up the limited space we have in our shelters. Able to squeeze into any nook,…

Politics/Government
22 February 2019 05:44PM
Rich Volo

Bernie Cookies start again!
Three years ago, 2016, I baked and sold enough Bernie cookies, at $2/each, to donate the max – $2,700 to the Bernie Sanders campaign.

I’m doing it again. Why?

- Medicare for all
- Green New Deal
- Free public college tuition
- Restructure of our…

Environment | Local living | Fiction/Memoir
22 February 2019 04:36PM
Claverack Library

claveracklibrary.org/2019/02/05/before-rosa-parks-before-harriet-tubman-before-sojourner-truth-there-was-mumbet/

Sunday, February 24
2:00PM

Elizabeth “Mumbet” Freeman was born to enslaved parents in Claverack in 1744, in the home of Pieter Hogeboom.
Come hear the true story of Mumbet, an enslaved African woman who, by one act of bravery, changed the course of history, as told by Ann-Elizabeth…

Local food/farms
22 February 2019 04:19PM
Diane Greco

www.ruralintelligence.com/community/the-rural-we-todd-erling

The Rural We: Todd Erling

Todd Erling has been the executive director of The Hudson Valley Agribusiness Development Corporation since he managed its construction more than a decade ago. One of those hard-to-define nonprofit organizations, the HVADC is focused on helping support and grow farm and…

Local culture
22 February 2019 03:57PM
Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House

www.hudsonhall.org

INTO THE HERE AND NOW
A New Music Triple Bill

with

JULIA KENT
CHRISTOPHER TIGNOR
ALEXANDER TURNQUIST

Friday, March 8, 7pm
Tickets: $20 ($15 before March 1)

Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House
327 Warren Street, Hudson, NY 12534
hudsonhall.org (518) 822-1438

Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House kicks off…

Local culture
22 February 2019 10:05AM
Steven Patterson

Ilovedlucy.brownpapertickets.com

Area audiences are in for a rare treat when theatrical legend Charles Busch and playwright/performer Lee Tannen team up for a special two-performance concert staging of Tannen’s ‘I Loved Lucy’ on Friday March 22 and Saturday March 23 as a benefit for Catskill’s Bridge Street…

Politics/Government
21 February 2019 05:22PM
Annick de Bellefeuille

Press Release
February 21, 2019
Hudson City Democratic Committee

New York State has scheduled primaries for local elective office on June 25, and the Hudson City Democratic Committee will be looking at candidates much earlier than in prior years. The petitioning process begins this year on February 26…

 

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