The Woodstock Film Festival will return for its 20th year this October, bringing a slate of independent movies to Hudson Valley theaters, in addition to talks, panels, and Q+As.
Robert M. Place, artist, scholar and illustrator of the Alchemical Tarot, first encountered the tarot through his girlfriend at Montclair State University in New Jersey.
This acclaimed new novel serves as the last will and testament of an unnamed narrator, a Sri Lankan immigrant who cons his way through American society before ending up incarcerated in a Dutchess County prison.
Jim Starlin is one of the most important writers in the history of pop culture, but you likely don’t know his name. As a comics writer at Marvel in the 1970s, Starlin created Thanos, the villain who has supported the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, the cinematic juggernaut whose intricately-connected franchise movies have dominated international theaters for over a decade now.
The Women’s Woodstock Cycling Grand Prix is set to return for its 7th annual weekend, May 3-5. The Grand Prix, the only all-women cycling weekend in the country, is officially sanctioned by the USA Cycling Pro Road Tour, meaning it is open to many of the world’s best competitive licensed women cyclists.
Where space in the City is limited, forcing inward movement on the dancers, Kaatsbaan offers companies a stage the size of the Metropolitan Opera’s.
Saturday, Oct. 14: Sybil Kempson became interested in the Catskills as a performance site after learning about its high rate of alleged Bigfoot sightings.
Basilica Soundscape, the two-day festival of art, Outsider music and all-out avant-garde assault, will be returning to Hudson on September
“Everything we’ve done has been to help us survive.” So says Nate Krenkel, co-founder and current owner of the Team
It only took 114 years, but Saugerties is finally getting a new hyperlocal history book. Local resident, artist and self-described