The Aid Tibet Thrift Store, which for ten years was housed in the basement of the 875 Route 28 headquarters of the Tibetan Center, a project of Tibetan Charities, Inc. The Tibetan Center’s programs include meditation classes, teachings on Tibetan Buddhism, talks on selected topics, musical and other performances and film screenings.
In any given December, one can typically find a plethora of different ways of enjoying Charles Dickens’ classic tale of a grumpy miser’s spectral comeuppance. COVID-19 put a dent in the number of Scrooges on offer in the Hudson Valley, however.
The satirical duo have been performing their verbal and musical gymnastics at Unison since 1989, soon after they first teamed up, and invariably sell out the venue. Now both in their 70s, they’ve decided that they’re not up to the demands of a full-length performance anymore.
As you’ve undoubtedly realized by now, if you’ve started your Christmas shopping, some of the most sought-after gifts for 2021
Matt Maley has hit the big time: He’s about to appear on national TV, as a contestant in Food Network’s Holiday Baking Championship Gingerbread Showdown.
BaseCamp is located at Benton Corners in Gardiner at the intersection of Bruynswyck Road and Route 44/55.
During the warmer months, the Strand in Kingston is a jumpin’ place. The waterfront neighborhood’s restaurants benefit from the allure
Lucky C Stables, a much-loved equestrian business located on Yankee Folly Road in Gardiner, is changing hands after 34 years of continuous operation by Gary and Susan Clark. By the time you read this, it’ll be a done deal, with the closing scheduled for Wednesday, November 10. The Clarks are retiring to their getaway house on Eagle Lake, near Ticonderoga, following a Thanksgiving gathering in Gary’s native Missouri with family they haven’t seen since before the pandemic.
“She had such a presence; you just thought she was going to be there forever.” So says Maria Del Castilho, a licensed wildlife rehabilitator at the Friends of the Feathered and Furry Wildlife Center in Hunter. She’s speaking of her mentor, Barbara “Missy” Runyan, who was the Center’s director up until her sudden death on October 6 at the age of 51. Del Castilho describes Runyan as “beyond dedicated. It was her life to take care of animals…She had cameras on the animals and would watch them all night.”
After years of apprenticing with local artisans, signmaker Ryan Solomons has opened his own business, Geometric Signs and Design at 375 Springtown Road in New Paltz.