My wife Fawn and I had an argument yesterday. She’d been billed for the Covid 19 tests the county had
How are financial advisors, those paid to help us laypeople plan for and ride out the ups and downs of economic life to match our goals for comfortable lives, speaking about the roiling stock market, business and personal income challenges of recent weeks?
I’ve been fielding a lot of e-mails and texts expressing concern for my family’s health this past week. I’ve also
The Woodstock Artists Association & Museum is focusing the second main-gallery exhibition of its second century on still-life painting, using a painting from its permanent collection by the rakish “abstract realist” Romanian-American painter and police reporter De Hirsh Margules as a springboard. The show is called Fish and Dish: A Fresh Take on Still Life.
The author’s strange trip takes him from the edge of a fashion runway in Milan to a gurney in an emergency room in Albany, New York.
How do you make a modern film noir that’s worldly enough to tackle the strange shape of today’s undulating economics? We checked in with producer Bill Horberg, a Woodstock resident, who’ll be screening his latest work, The Burnt Orange Heresy, at Upstate Films Woodstock as a benefit for the Woodstock Film Festival at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, February 29 at Upstate Films Woodstock, 132 Tinker Street.
The work was long awaited for many…and a ﬁrst act of a much longer production yet to unfold as New York City grapples with decades of aging infrastructure over the coming years.
Non-resident property owners need special-use permits to offer their properties as short-term rentals, thanks to recently passed regulations.
Reviewed: David Levine’s The Hudson Valley: The First 250 Million Years: A Mostly Chronological and Occasionally Personal History; Alan Via’s Doghiker: Great Hikes with Dogs from the Adirondacks through the Catskills; Rabbi Jonathan Kligler’s latest, Turn It and Turn It, for Everything Is in It: Essays on the Weekly Torah Portion; and Christian Hall’s American Fever: A Tale of Romance & Pestilence.
On the eve of his second town board workshop and meeting as Olive supervisor, we asked Jim Sofranko how things were going in his new job.