Several dozen parishioners and friends of the New Paltz Reformed Church gathered last Friday evening in the cozy Fireside Room of the Wullschleger Education Building on Huguenot Street for a slide presentation on the mission trip to Uganda that the Church sponsored in late October and early November of 2018.
1917 is the film that the centennial of the Great War deserved, arriving a couple of years late but still welcome.
A final version of the proposed “Local Law to Amend Chapters 200 and 220 of the Town of Gardiner Town Code Regulating Certain Tourism-Related Accommodation Uses” was adopted by the Gardiner Town Board at its meeting on January 7. A public hearing will be held at Town Hall on Tuesday, February 11 before the board can vote to enact the law.
Some represent the ﬁnal steps in multiyear projects addressing ﬂood damage from Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee way back in 2011. Another is a streetlight replacement project that was begun by former councilwoman Jen Metzger, now serving in the State Senate.
Issues that most urgently need addressing in 2020, in her view, begin with ﬁxing the gaps, contradictions and vague terminology in the Zoning Code that have hindered town oﬃcials’ ability to regulate short-term rentals and other tourist accommodations, as well as replacing a decrepit, dangerous bridge on Clove Road and scoping out how to enhance the capacity of the sewer infrastructure in the Gardiner hamlet.
Zeus Brewing Company opens in Poughkeepsie with fresh beer and Italian fare; Rooftop bar coming this summer. The fact that the site is diagonally opposite the Cunneen-Hackett Building, once the mansion of brewing magnate Matthew Vassar, is purely coincidental.
As Harvey Weinstein discovers that the light at the end of his tunnel is the headlight of the oncoming #MeToo locomotive, it’s thought-provoking indeed to be reminded that this train first left the station at Fox News, where, in 2016, nobody dared call herself a feminist.
Little Women is quite frankly a superb work of cinema, and will prove richly rewarding for male as well as female viewers.
Although the Gunks are known more for their abrupt drop-offs than for their slopes or their altitude, they did enjoy a brief heyday as a downhill destination.
Duck Pond Cabin foundation at Mohonk Preserve evokes era of hands-on learning.