A group of high school-aged artists, members of Roost Youth, are planning a second mural on Town of New Paltz property.
“Before I really got into writing for a living, I was a session musician who would be hired to play drums. I was gigging five nights a week and working crazy hours. This guy I met at one of my gigs owned an ad agency. We got to talking, he wanted to hear my stuff, one thing led to the other and here I am.”
Benjamin Wigfall, a retired professor of art at SUNY New Paltz and former owner of the Watermark Cargo Gallery in Kingston, died on Thursday, Feb. 9, at age 86.
“I went through the gamut of what to do for my child,” said Sharon Manner, whose now 25-year-old daughter Kerri has autism. “After she was hospitalized twice, I realized Western medicine was not working. I went back to my yoga roots to explore how to help her.”
Bisignano credits the residents of Saugerties for giving him the win the contest.
About 75 local health care professionals have signed a letter to Congressman John Faso, asking him to make sure Americans’ health care needs are met effectively, even though he voted in favor of the Republican effort to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.
Volunteers don’t need to be bilingual, but should expect to learn some conversational Spanish as they go along.
‘Now I’m older and understand how the world works…’
“To work for a day when all females have the strength and confidence to never feel limited in any ability, choice, activity or opportunity because of their gender.” It sounds like it could’ve been an excerpt from a keynote speech at one of the Women’s Marches, but in fact, it’s part of the Vision Statement of the Girls’ Riders’ Organization, a national not-for-profit founded to encourage more participation by girls and young women in “action sports,” notably skateboarding.
New York City — it was perfect marching weather, 50 degrees with a slight grey overcast.