Some people, by the very nature of their professions, cross paths regularly with the despondent en route to harming themselves, and have thus acquired some useful intervention skills that they can share with others. One such person will be coming to SUNY New Paltz on Tuesday, April 4.
The students in the cast seem excited to be participating in such a non-traditional piece of musical theater.
Tuesday, 3/28: In 2012, Donald Trump tweeted, “The Electoral College is a disaster for a democracy.” By November 2016, after that same body had handed him the presidency, he was tweeting a different tune: “The Electoral College is actually genius.” If you are befuddled by how our electoral system actually works, check out this free documentary screening, sponsored by the League of Women Voters.
Asked for an “official” job title, Iris Marie Bloom calls herself a “citizen journalist” and a “galvanizer.” “Documenting social change movements as they happen is incredibly important,” she says.
Opens Saturday, March 25: If you know someone who could use a reminder of what can happen to innocents in real life when ordinary people lack the courage to question authority, you might want to suggest an outing to see Half Moon Theatre’s newest production, “Yours, Anne.”
Paterson doesn’t mind the dull routine of his work as a bus driver because it frees him to devote himself to observation.
The effect of cheese on the brain has been compared to opiates. That’s a bit of an exaggeration, but there’s a reason people believed it…
The New Paltz Climate Action Coalition (NPCAC), which meets weekly at Village Hall, has been around for quite a few years now, and its most active volunteers — among them Dan and Ann Guenther and Miriam Strouse — have been around even longer.
Friday-Sunday, 3/10-12: The posthumous publication of Eugene O’Neill’s acknowledged masterpiece left us with one of the most memorable dysfunctional families ever staged.
We know that Rana has been interrupted in her shower by a mysterious intruder; we know that she has been injured, and that bloody footprints lead away from the scene of the crime.