Friday, January 17: Matthew Goodman reads The City Game at Oblong Books in Rhinebeck.
Chaminda is from Sri Lanka and Shiwanti hails from the south of India. Heading a growing international team of cooks and servers, their focus is on making people feel comfortable and well-taken-care-of.
Unlike their former cozy spot on Partition Street, this incarnation of Olsen & Company is spacious enough to invite in a crowd of shoppers and eaters.
“The Hudson Valley is rich with culture. To work to carry this on in our way – that’s what we do.”
ImagineMIC produces a lightweight, disposable patch that is worn on the left side of the chest. It constantly streams information about your heartbeat, respiration and other hemodynamic data points to a central monitoring intervention center, where that diverse team of medical professionals tracks exactly how your body is doing, 24/7.
“We’ve always admired this building. We spoke with the Masons, who were operating on a much smaller scale by then. We saw what it could be and took the risk.”
That basic philosophy? It’s summed up in a slogan that seems to have stuck over time: “Make pierogi, not war.”
Sunday, August 11: Last year, Martin and Tamika Dunkley threw a party, expecting a few hundred people to show up and enjoy some good food and music. Thousands arrived. This Sunday, the Dunkleys invite the greater community to come get a sense of what island culture is all about.
Comic strip fans of all generations will have the unique opportunity to check out the history of the genre at the Ellenville Public Library and Museum and meet our own hometown cartoonist at the opening reception on Saturday, August 3.
It could be one of Dutchess County’s best kept secrets. The Wethersfield Estate and Gardens is off the beaten path — well, gravel road — near the village of Amenia. Just the right amount of privacy and bucolic splendor make it the perfect getaway for an early 20th century industrialist, particularly one who enjoyed horse riding and generally communing with glorious nature.