The spirit of giving was much in evidence at the annual Christmas parade and community tree-lighting in downtown Gardiner last Friday evening.
For its second-ever production, New Paltz’s Denizen Theatre, the new black-box performance space, is hosting a world premiere.
The event will feature live music, special holiday-themed stone-house tours, a tree-lighting ceremony, a paper lantern parade, a visit from Santa, a crafts fair, horse-drawn wagon rides and more.. It all happens Friday and Saturday, November 30 and December 1.
The delay in processing applications could affect some pending projects, such as the controversial Heartwood resort, if significant changes to the initial proposal are made by the applicant.
This year, New Paltz resident Maria Savino and her 11-year-old daughter Ava are enjoying their time at home even more than most — because they nearly lost that home a little over a year ago.
Coming soon are chocolate truffles and sugar-free, gluten-free cookies, both infused with phyto cannabinoid.
Is it possible to lead a politically correct, environmentally “woke” existence and still be, like, glamorous and sexy instead of frumpy and lumpy as a bowl o’ granola? Melissa Orsini of Salix Intimates thinks so.
Election reform is one of the higher priorities on her agenda, along with the passage of some proposed legislation that has long been bottled up in Republican-chaired State Senate committees: the New York Health Act, the Reproductive Health Act, the Comprehensive Contraceptive Coverage Act, the Child Victims Act among them.
Friday-Saturday, Nov. 16-17: Invasion of the swamp rats. Members of this furry caravan from South America grow up to 20 pounds apiece, reproduce faster than they can be hunted and are gnawing away at vegetation that helps protect the Louisiana shoreline from the impact of hurricanes.
On Thursday, November 15 at Garvan’s, the New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce will once again confer its annual Business Recognition Awards to three local businesses and entrepreneurs who have been nominated by their peers as making notable contributions to the vibrancy of the town’s economy while being good corporate citizens.