An astronomy professor at a small Midwestern college, along with some of his students, predicts that an odd type of exploding star called a red nova would appear in our skies five years from now.
The new record “Holy Rollin’” from area heroes The Grape and the Grain is crackling with a sense of adventure and even more of a funky hard rock sensibility than perhaps anything they have released to date.
J.K. Vanderbilt and his band of high-class renegades will be having their debut performance on Saturday, Dec. 3 at The Old Dutch Church here in Kingston.
The DEC last year set about on a plan to completely revamp the whole trail system in the Kaaterskill Falls vicinity. In this first in a series of columns about the trail, we look at the history of one of the most popular natural destinations in the Catskills.
Hopefully, next week won’t birth a racist paradise or nuclear war or any more references to Anthony Weiner ever again in modern times (let that be the last one). In case that doesn’t work for you, I do have plenty of good news about upcoming rock ‘n’ roll concerts to whet your appetite for life anew and help you face the days ahead.
Einstein said he was reluctant to give up on trying to solve this question, and yet he had to. It is an enigma that arises because quantum mechanics keep revealing a universe that is dependent on the observer. That is to say, the presence of the observer influences experimental results.
‘At the risk of sounding tribalistic, I think Kingston is doing everything right …’
Saugerties Conservatives gain power…an appealing appointment…Wikileaks…Republican outreach…term limits
The question of whether to halt development near the Thruway for nine months so that the zoning code can be rewritten has been controversial.
More than 26 years ago, Donald Trump organized a bike race he said could be “tremendous in the future, and it can really, very much rival the Tour de France.” Since the first leg ended in New Paltz, there was quite a bit of local fanfare.