“When the phone call comes in, it says you are a match to a specific bone marrow patient that says they need the bone marrow, or they will die. What could I do?”
845th Street Entertainment is a group of ten mostly New Paltz and Highland twenty-something year-olds, who grew up together rapping in the locker rooms and after school.
This year’s 12th annual Midtown Make a Difference Day and the fifth annual Juneteenth commemoration will both happen this Saturday, June 17, amounting to a full day of celebrating Kingston’s diversity and heritage.
The vibrancy emanating from Lindsay Crowley of Saugerties is palpable. Bubbly and quick-witted, she lights up a room when she enters it.
Edda Beatrice Keyan Moore’s day is not unlike that of many other retirees, with laundry and lunch dates and church on Sundays. Only “Bea,” as she’s generally known, is about 30 years older than her fellow retirees.
The Kingston Catholic community has long been aware that St. Joseph School has been in the crosshairs of the Archdiocese of New York for several years now. They did not, however, expect to receive a notice two weeks before final exams that they would be closing the doors forever.
If you are in the market for a sweet, well-trained dog and are wondering where to start, why not start this Sunday with a “doggie speed dating” event to find your “pawfect” match?
The value of graffiti is very much in the beholder’s eye.
Kingston’s not in his district, but Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney rolled into the Senate Garage anyway the evening of Monday, May 8 to talk to the about 600 who turned out for a “town hall” forum on the new Republican health care plan currently working its way through Congress.
The term “edibles” encompasses far far more than Alice B. Toklas’ famous hash brownies. These days, weed can be made into any number of candies, cakes, cookies, breads, drinks, dishes — the only limit is imagination and skill.