Runs weekends through September 9: Bang Bang! is feisty and fun and will make your face hurt from laughing.
August 19, 22 and 26: The unusual casting serves to highlight the play’s themes of identity: Who or what is a person born to be king, when kingship is taken away?
The long-discussed goal of creating a joint home for New Paltz’s town and village governmental agencies is back on the drawing board, literally as well as figuratively.
Chef Etsko Kizawa has opened Soy, a restaurant showcasing Japanese home cooking at 419 Main Street in Rosendale.
More than 100 people clad in red, white and blue shirts arrived at the 25-acre lake to launch about 60 kayaks, canoes, inflatables and other “floatables.”
The popular Farm Summer Day Camp at Phillies Bridge added a new focus this year: STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art & math). “Campers will participate in exciting hands-on science experiments and use their creativity to construct gardens, animal habitats and more,” read the online sales pitch.
August 5-12: A flamenco performance is an exorcism of sorts. The dancers, singers and musicians who practice this artform are forever in quest of a quality called duende – a word that has no exact English equivalent.
The village needs more revenue, and many businessowners believe the change will be good for business.
Friday, August 3: Jamie Saft & New Zion and other musicians, dancers and performance artists who live and work in Kingston will perform at this celebration of the reinvigoration of Midtown.
In the late afternoon last Thursday, the skies smiled down on the 156 runners who participated in the 16th annual Gardiner 5K Classic, a benefit event for the Gardiner fire department and rescue squad.