In Remembrance, honoring and featuring the work of the late Woodstockers Jane Axel, Lenny Kislin, Pia Oste-Alexander and Sandra Palmer Shaw, will then run through March 11, with a special reception to take place 4 p.m.-6 p.m. Saturday afternoon, Feb. 10.
Whirl the radio dial in most locales around Woodstock and Saugerties, and you’re bound to come across Woodstock 104, WIOF, the low power station many seem to know more from its trademark battle over the town’s name than its 24-hour programming.
Loel Barr’s first reaction when Robert Langdon of Saugerties’ Emerge Gallery asked her if she’d like to do an exhibition that covers all of her various styles of work was something akin to horror.
Hoppy Quick was approved to operate a chainsaw seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. A neighbor isn’t happy.
The merger was over 60 years in the making.
‘We are also considering its future home if the need comes for that. We want it available to the Town’s people…’
Several people spouted facts about chainsaws: their decibel levels, their emissions, and figures including one that purported an average 2.5 chainsaws per resident in the Town of Olive.
Sunday, Dec. 24: Every Christmas Eve, Woodstockers of all ages flock to the Village Green around 5 p.m. to witness the arrival of Santa Claus. To those gathered, the question on their minds isn’t if Santa will actually arrive, but how.
Located on what is now Bellows Lane, the home looks like many in the area. Yet during its time it served as a center of the town’s cultural life.
Ricco, a legendary New York City gallery owner one month into his creative retirement, speaks of artists, famous and anonymous, as well as the complexity of an adventurous life that’s had him living in and around Woodstock for decades.