Sharpe’s approach to intelligence-gathering was praised by the CIA more than a century after his death. One writer said if it had been employed pre-911, that attack may never have happened. What might have been…
Repair Café in New Paltz begins another year of free repairs, courtesy of experts, this Saturday, January 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the New Paltz United Methodist Church.
It wasn’t until his death that his three adopted children found out why this talented musician had shunned the spotlight (and doctors): Billy had been born, in 1914 in Oklahoma City, as Dorothy Lucille Tipton. She adopted a male persona in order to break into a music business that was still not very friendly to women performers, and went on to live as a man so persuasively that the two women with whom he had multi-year common-law marriages claimed never to have known that “Billy” was biologically female.
The annual WinterFest celebration returned to Highland last Saturday, January 14, offering family-friendly reasons to get out and brave the cold. Temperatures were seasonal but there was no snow, which may be why the parking lot filled up so fast and many visitors found themselves parking up and down New Paltz Road.
She worked in the Office of Digital Strategy. “We were able to draft all of the tweets for the President and the White House, as well as the Facebook posts; the funniest one was the Snapchat.”
Around 150 attended a rally in Kingston today. The mood was festive, but protesters expressed fears that the repeal of the Affordable Care Act without simultaneously providing a comprehensive replacement would have catastrophic consequences.
This is the 54th anniversary of the club and its annual tradition of honoring those who have made a significant impact on Saugerties sports history.
Even with the Hudson Valley feeling the icy grip of winter, Kingston Stockade FC is heading into 2017 with plenty of news and plenty of noise.
Help is not limited to seniors or low-income earners.
Friends, family and colleagues remember the late and longest serving Woodstock town supervisor, who passed away on New Year’s Day.