On the afternoon of Nov. 4, 1940, Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s motorcade swept into Kingston, after traveling north over the Wurts Street Bridge on Route 9W. It stopped in front of the Gov. Clinton Hotel before the president, on the eve of his re-election, gave a brief speech at Academy Green, across the street. Local businessman William O’Reilly was there and stepped right up out of the crowd to the president’s car to film the scene. “People have said, ‘I can’t think of your father without that black movie camera in front of his face,’” recalled his daughter Patricia Murphy, former president of Friends of Historic Kingston (FHK).
Kingston dentist holds rally to promote oral hygiene technique
This year’s festival will include numerous acts with a feminist bent, underscoring the theme of “Mothers of Invention.” The festival, now in its seventh year, began as a benefit for the large numbers of artists and musicians without health insurance, a problem that has yet to be fully solved. It’s also a fantastic time.
The hiring of a full-time, salaried executive director was necessitated by the museum’s dramatic growth.
The scary season gets underway at Ulster Park’s Headless Horseman, the top-rated haunted attraction in America
What the Irish Cultural Center of the Hudson Valley will be may hang on whether, in the context of Kingston’s zoning law, “West Strand” is a street or an area.
“I like work which asks questions, involving emotional states of mind. Beauty is not enough, because we live in urgent times. I want the work to speak back.”
Starting in 2011, crude oil fracked from the Bakken Formation in North Dakota began to be transported by rail to
Each spring, Atlantic sturgeon, a species dating back more than 120 million years to the era of the dinosaurs, swim
“Residual Tilt,” the exhibition of Paul Evans’ small oil paintings on panel currently on view at One Mile Gallery, 475