Through times of war, economic turmoil, and periods of political and social upheaval, December 24 has continued to serve as an integral part of Woodstock’s foundation.
“No parent of a gifted child could have done more to develop and spread its fame than she did for her beloved Woodstock. Marion’s was the brain and the heart that led every forward step the town took. She crusaded, she cajoled, scolded and exposed until she won for the town what she thought was necessary for its welfare and its growth.”
In the true spirit of everyday history comes a new book by Wallace Sife, Tales from the Sea Horse. The
In her later years, Augusta Allen’s daughter could still recall the whirring of her mother’s sewing machine echoing throughout the
As we move deeper into the digital age, those of us who still appreciate a hard copy of our favorite
Some days, you just don’t know where or how the past will make itself known. At times it can be
In they days before technology and engineering began to remove barriers posed by a frozen river, the predominant form of transportation once ice closed the river to shipping was the horsedrawn sleigh.
When chill November’s surly blast make fields and forest bare… — Robert Burns November is a strange month. I can
As you drive north through Columbia County, you reach Kinderhook, home to the eighth president of the United States, Martin
Even without knowing the building’s current purpose, the passerby instinctively understands that the secrets of so many years lay behind