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18 September 2021 03:18PM
Mark Scherzer

My summer wound up this week much as it has been: intensely social, filled with visitors and events. Diverted from the work of the farm to which I had planned to give priority, I discovered that one really can’t do it all. Office work, farm…

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18 September 2021 12:43PM
David Smith

Concerts in the Village (CITV), Kinderhook, NY announces the opening program of its 11th season of orchestral, choral, and chamber music. At 3:00pm on Sunday, September 26th at Kinderhook Reformed Church, the Broad Street Orchestra, David Smith conducting, will offer the Seventh Symphony of Beethoven,…

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17 September 2021 11:59AM


Old Austerlitz, in the hamlet of Austerlitz, has a new kitchen garden. Actually it is a redesign of the smaller garden which was in need of some attention.

Kathy Martin, an herb specialist, has taken on this project at Old Austerlitz. Kathy designed the new garden,…

Soft news | Kids and Schools | Body/Soul
17 September 2021 09:31AM

C-GCC is offering a series of in-person, non-credit courses focused on movement this semester.

These physical classes include Introduction to Modern Dance, Belly Dance Spirit, Tai Chi and Qigong, and Pilates Mat Class. Zumba and Sculpting is being offered as the newest addition in this series.…

Local culture | Body/Soul
17 September 2021 06:29AM

Four recent poems by Richard Milazzo along with his text “A Way of Happening” are read at Daniel Rothbart’s public artwork “Water Clocks: A Floating Sculptural Installation in the Hudson River.” Curated by Aaron Levi Garvey for The Hudson Eye.

Recorded on August 28, 2021 in…

Local culture
16 September 2021 08:32PM

Come visit Anthony Titus’s “Ruptures and Reconciliations” in the ‘T’ Space Gallery during the final two weeks of our summer open hours: Sundays, September 19 & September 26, 12 – 5pm in Rhinebeck.

Anthony Titus created the works in “Ruptures and Reconciliations” in response…

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16 September 2021 03:19PM
Miriam Rubin

To celebrate this year’s glorious, juicy tomato harvest, I will be at the Copake Hillsdale Farmers’ Market this Saturday, September 18, from 10 am to 1 pm.

I’ll have samples from my cookbook, “Tomatoes,” for tasting. Plus I’ll be selling signed copies of the book.…

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16 September 2021 03:16PM
Gina Hyams


Spencertown, New York–Spencertown Academy Arts Center presents “Whimsy” art exhibition featuring paintings and sculptures by Gabe Brown, Keith Davidson, Ron Harrington, Dorothy Sabean, Audrie Sturman, and Elizabeth Wallin. The show will be on display from October 2 through October 31 on Saturdays and Sundays, 1:00pm…

Local culture
16 September 2021 03:06PM

Liluwaldamina anhaldamawi, please forgive me, these words I found myself saying as I approached the mound. Please forgive my ancestors for the wrongs they have done to you and your people. Displaced, dispossessed, neglected and forgotten, your names, your ways, your voice, your memory. Anhaldamawi…

Soft news | Local living | Kids and Schools
16 September 2021 02:22PM

Three Columbia-Greene Community College staffers have been awarded 2021 Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence by the State University of New York (SUNY).

Kimberly Rhinehart-Rizzi of Catskill, senior associate for Human Resources and Business, received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Classified Service, awarded for continuous, outstanding achievement,…


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