The drug is an effective replacement for opiates and was recently approved for treatment of PTSD. New York State’s law is restrictive, allowing limited dispensaries and requiring the drug to be ingested in a distilled oil form rather than smoked. Still, there are over 30,000 regular users.
Late October in Woodstock has a very special meaning for guitar lovers, which means almost everyone around here.
Tom Pacheco will perform Saturday, May 27 at The Colony, 22 Rock City Road, Woodstock. Doors open at 7 p.m. Joseph McNulty opens at 8 p.m. Pacheco will be joined on stage by Brian Hollander on guitar and Dobro, and Bruce Milner on keyboards. Tickets are $15 and $18.
Because of an organ donor I am writing this article today. In October of 2005 I was informed by my gastroenterologist that if I didn’t have a liver transplant within three to six months I would be dead.
Thursday, April 20: Nobody could invent a character quite like Kinky Friedman, the stogie-waving, black-hat-wearing self-proclaimed Texas Jewboy singer, storyteller, tequila purveyor, animal rescuer, sometime political candidate and full-time iconoclast.
The husband and wife team of fiddler/mathematician T.G. Vanini and songwriter/musician Julie Parisi Kirby will celebrate the release the first of a quartet of CD’s titled Seed-Maid: Sentimental Songs at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, January 14 at the Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, 34 Tinker Street in Woodstock.
“There are guitarists, there are axe-wielding maniacs, and then there are wizards. Adrian Legg is one of the wizards,” says the Philadelphia Enquirer, of the “Guitarist of the Decade” (Guitarist Magazine — for four consecutive years) who will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 19 at St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church, the A-frame house of worship at 2578 Route 212, Woodstock.
This intimate gathering for the community of acoustic stringed-instrument builders, players, collectors and aficionados has become one of the premier international events of its kind in the world today
Singer of original and folk songs, Sylvia Tyson, of the legendary Ian and Sylvia, who’s been performing for well over
If there’s one person that has a pulse on the heroin problem in town it’s Provisions’ Emily Sherry. Ms. Sherry’s