County government has a greater impact on local affairs than most realize. Here’s a look at some of its responsibilities and why it matters who represents you.
Political anxiety in the large and lively arts community in Saugerties gave rise to the wonderful idea of an October festival to celebrate the importance of the arts in our everyday lives.
Around eight were expected at the first meeting. Eighty showed up.
It’s the Esopus Creek Conservancy’s biggest fundraiser of the year. It’s called “100 for 100,” meaning that 100 artists from all over the Hudson Valley (and even from New York City) create works on canvases of identical size, which are sold for $100 each. The artwork, astonishing in its variety, is unsigned. The buyer only finds out who created it after making the purchase and, as an extra bonus, gets to meet the artist.
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The annual Esopus Creek Conservancy “100 for 100” fundraising art sale was held Saturday, Nov. 14 at the SebSi Studio
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