Using archival footage, photographs and discussion, Miller will examine the early days of the state’s prison system and document the evolution toward rehabilitation and a more positive prison philosophy.
After putting his stamp on many of Kingston and Poughkeepsie’s most important buildings, J. A. Wood created the onion-domed, minaret-studded landmark Tampa Bay Hotel.
Saturday, Dec. 1: Friends of Historic Saugerties presents “Native American Women of the Eastern Woodlands,” a talk by writer and Brooklyn College Political Science professor Sally Bermanzohn.
Thursday, Dec. 6: The yield of a unique British/Russian scholarly collaboration, The Kremlin Letters examines and makes sense of more than 600 messages exchanged between Joseph Stalin and the Allied leaders Churchill and Roosevelt during the Second World War.
Thursday, November 15: The Bicentennial Celebration will feature special exhibits, events and the first-ever relocation of the New York State Court of Appeals, the state’s highest tribunal, from its home in Albany.
Sunday, November 11: Did you know that the American Expeditionary Force asked an Ulster County man to create an improved gas mask?
When you look at a place every day, you might not notice over time that it’s falling into disrepair. That’s when a fresh pair of eyes can come in very handy.
Considering the other half of the Central Park design team.
World War II veterans who survived the Battle of Bataan and ground combat in Normandy all the way up to those who served during the Iraqi conflict will share their stories of courage and sacrifice on Saturday, Nov. 3 during a daylong event at the Best Western Plus in Kingston.
Friday, Nov. 9: Theater piece at Vassar library in Poughkeepsie to honor first woman to obtain a doctorate.