Fionn Reilly’s new photo book, Kolkata/Calcutta will be celebrated at a December 9 afternoon book launch party at the Center for Photography at Woodstock. Author Tony Fletcher, who wrote the book’s introduction, will be interviewing his fellow Londoner.
It’s now the holiday season, and as local art aficionados await the annual 5 by 7 show at the Kleinert, the big cultural news comes from the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum’s major year end awards, presented as part of the reception for WAAM’s annual Holiday Show last Saturday, November 18.
John Perry, his town’s former assessor and a longtime fixture for his coaching of local kids’ sports teams, will be the new town supervisor in Hurley after the counting of absentee ballots on Monday, November 20 gave him 13 more votes than former Woodstock supervisor and now West Hurley resident Tracy Kellogg, who was making her third run for the position on Democratic, Green and Working Family party lines.
Where will you be spending Thanksgiving dinner this year? If you’re a Woodstocker, in any timeline or form, you must be considering involvement in what will be the 42nd Annual Family of Woodstock Thanksgiving Feast at the Woodstock Community Center on Rock City Road Thursday, November 23, from 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
The Paul Green Rock Academy is about to become Rock Academy, at least in Woodstock and the rest of the Hudson Valley.
It’s easy to overlook the power an artist has when she’s able to move between genres with ease.
Eighty-one customers have opted out of Central Hudson’s new electric meters, which transmit usage info remotely. The company has argued that it should be able to bill those customers extra fees for in-person readings. Those fees were recently struck down by the state regulator, but the issue is still not resolved, say local activists.
What’s behind the plastic sheets at Sunflower, where various drug stores have held down the Bradley Meadows corner spot for years?
Photography Now 2017, the Center for Photography at Woodstock’s annual overview exhibit, opened last weekend as a popular glimpse of multiple modes being covered by the increasingly popular, all-encompassing medium.
With 99 absentee ballots sitting in the hopper on the day after the 2017 election, and more potentially to come in before they get opened beginning Wednesday, November 15, only two votes separated Hurley town supervisor candidates Republican/Conservative/ Independence party choice John Perry (1104) and Democrat/Green/ Working Families hopeful Tracy Kellogg (1102).