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.
Friends, family and colleagues remember the late and longest serving Woodstock town supervisor, who passed away on New Year’s Day.
Emily Einhorn is invoking the power of communication in the wake of the presidential election, bringing the international think-tank Citizen’s Awakening to the U.S., beginning with Skidmore College, where she is in her sophomore year.
Bisignano spent the last three years restoring a 1952 Ford F1 pickup truck, one of 19 vehicles in the nationwide contest. The only way to win is through online votes.
“People who live here, hike here, cross-country ski here all thrive when there’s proper interaction. Sharing experiences, climbing, life, is beautiful and serious. You have to be properly prepared and get the right advice from experienced people. There’s value to that.”
The full obituary of Woodstock town supervisor Jeremy Wilber.
For many involved in the peace movement of the 1960s, the moment when things began unraveling – when antiwar activists’ hold on the moral high ground became hopelessly slippery – occurred on March 6, 1970, when three members of the Weather Underground were killed in an explosion that destroyed a townhouse at 18 West 11th Street in Greenwich Village, where they were working on constructing a nail bomb in the sub-basement. Two of their colleagues, Kathy Boudin and Cathy Wilkerson, whose father owned the building, were upstairs at the time and managed to escape relatively unhurt. Both became fugitives, named to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list, and Wilkerson successfully evaded the authorities for another ten years.
The 2016 version of Uptown Kingston’s New Year’s Eve bash was as thronged as ever, this year taking on a Wild West theme.
Jeremy Allen Wilber, Town Supervisor of Woodstock, NY, passed away on January 1 after a battle with cancer. He was 66.