Lloyd Lowes Home Improvement sent a modest army of angels to help Ascension Holy Trinity (AHT) Mission Center food pantry and clothing closet last week to the food pantry and free clothing closet to make sure no one ever has to struggle to walk through the door.
Sure, that Garfield tattoo on your forearm seemed so edgy at the time, but now what? Or how about the name on your thigh of that horrible cheating bastard who neglected to mention he was still married while you were dating? Tattoo regret is becoming more and more a thing these days, but there are options.
Eleven-year-old Dayna Blackmon of Kingston has been living with CF her entire life. Her parents, Jen and Dana Blackmon, are hosting their 10th annual fundraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Monday, Aug. 14 at Mariner’s Harbor.
It’s a scene that seems perhaps a little out of place — dragonflies chase each other through clusters of lush rice grass, rooted in verdant wetlands. These rice paddies are not in some Asian river delta or even the “Rice Belt” down south. They’re tucked behind a bend of a country road in Esopus.
Saturday, July 29 from 7 p.m.-10:30 p.m., Ole Savannah Southern Table and Bar on the Strand will host a special event, the Art Garten Pop-Up Party, with music, food and works from more than 20 artists.
Dina Washington is a literal postal professional, and then some. Walk into the Uptown post office and you’re greeted by her luminous smile and positive vibes. She is upright and energetic, yet collected and positive.
Columbia Wig and Beauty Supply shuttered its magical doors in late December after four decades of operation, leaving local wannabe pirates and princesses in the dust. Enter young Felicita Chipak of Port Ewen.
The goal of the camp is not to have a three-day, heavy-hearted crying session. Quite the opposite. It is about making friends, contacts, helping kids build resources within themselves, and fun.
Richard Fredrick “Rick” Lange Jr. is usually seen hunched over the counter of his North Front Street store, Rhino Records, peering into his laptop’s screen and dropping thinly sliced, paper-dry wit on customers. The shelves of the Uptown Kingston shop are lined with more than the expected vintage albums and CDs. A respectable book collection ranges from tomes on 19th century Danish poetry to rock ’n’ roll journalism to how to start an anarchist movement on a budget.
Eric Francis Coppolino is the world’s only astrologer to carry international press credentials.