“I am thrilled to play finally in Woodstock after all those years. I am looking forward to it. I feel great
With a heroin epidemic increasingly devouring the young, Woodstock Writers Festival director Martha Frankel looked for help in a Recovery
Walk into Dr. Maya Hambright’s house and you get an immediate sense of home and family. Maya has invited me
I knew that there would be a large group of people at St. Francis De Sales Catholic Church this past Saturday,
A former addict looks at heroin addiction and is shocked by its pervasiveness in Woodstock. “I could never have imagined in 1968, when I was using, just how out of hand the problem has become today,” he writes. It’s hitting the younger generation especially hard. You can see it driving through Woodstock on a nice summer day, says one addict in the story: where you used to see young people hanging out and having fun, now it’s only tourists. Many of those young people are, instead, indoors, in designated shooting galleries.
When I was first diagnosed with Hepatitis C (HCV) in 1974 they didn’t have a name for it. They called
It was 1978 when Larry Campbell first came to Woodstock. He was introduced to the town by the legendary John
When a friend of mine in California wanted to know if I would cover The Woodstock Film Festival for The