Term limits being pushed by Mercer family, enough with Hugh Reynolds, Delgado’s socially conscious rap, Saugerties solar installation is an industrial use, Friends of Historic Saugerties mourns Myles Putnam, kelp/seaweed farming good for planet.
The traveling replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall will be on view from today July 19 through Sunday, July 22 at Cantine Field in Saugerties.
Woodstock’s Mill Hill road work is coming along, but heavy rainstorms cause complications.
Saturday, July 21: While it was their Southern rock forbears the Allman Brothers who titled a record The Road Goes on Forever, it is Florida’s (not Alabama’s) Lynyrd Skynyrd who are living it – whether that is your vision of Heaven, Purgatory or Hell.
Tuesday, July 24: Multi-prizewinning novelist Joyce Carol Oates has just published a new short-story collection that’s generating plenty of buzz in literary circles: Night-Gaunts and Other Tales of Suspense. The title story is her homage to the eldritch horror tales of H.P. Lovecraft; the volume of six new works also includes Eleven A.M., 1926, Oates’ contribution to a writing challenge to imagine the backstories behind iconic paintings by Edward Hopper.
Friday, July 20: Naturally, the BAND Band will play “The Weight,” “Chest Fever” and “I Shall Be Released.”
Saturday, July 21: Kane’s son gives an illustrated talk about the great 20th-century photographer and former Margaretville resident who shot the famous photograph “Harlem, 1958,” as well as other iconic photographs of the Rolling Stones, the Who, Janis Joplin, the Doors, Aretha Franklin and Bob Dylan.
Wednesday, July 25: The new Americana supergroup to perform their spare, guitar-driven folk with electrobeats and lush harmonies in Woodstock.
Faso criticized the president’s words in a press conference in which he declined to place blame on the Russian president for meddling with the 2016 election.
The crash occurred when a car crossed State Route 145 directly into the path of a motorcyclist.