David M. “Scout” Thornton, 70, of Main St. died suddenly Saturday, April 1 at the Kingston Hospital with the family at his side.
Tony’s Pizzeria on Broadway was pretty nicely packed on Monday, March 27 as the Kingston Land Trust held a gathering to present its new executive director, Julia Farr, and to rally itself for the year ahead.
Concluding a national search, Historic Huguenot Street (HHS) has announced the hiring of its new Executive Director, Marybeth De Filippis.
He who has hope, has everything. So says Austin Benjamin, personal trainer and owner of Essential Fitness in Port Ewen. Exhibit A: Benjamin’s diligent work with 29-year-old Travis Luria of Port Ewen. The two over the past year have labored mightily to help build Luria’s confidence and strength, inside and out, so Luria can do something many thought impossible — get up out of his wheelchair and walk.
Friends, relatives, neighbors and admirers celebrated the 100th birthday of Annette Finestone at Woodland Pond in New Paltz on Saturday.
Friday, 3/24: New photographs of abandoned churches, convents and cemeteries will be presented, along with other structures on the verge of being torn down.
Asked for an “official” job title, Iris Marie Bloom calls herself a “citizen journalist” and a “galvanizer.” “Documenting social change movements as they happen is incredibly important,” she says.
About 250 people crowded the high-ceilinged legislative chamber of Kingston’s city hall this past Sunday afternoon to pay tribute to someone who made and listened to sound. Composer Pauline Oliveros, who died in Kingston on November 24, was a pioneer of electronic music and inventor of transformative listening methods.
After growing up in Woodstock and leaving to work for two decades as a bodyworker in California, Jory Serota has returned to his hometown, bringing a system called neuro-kinetic therapy that he combines with Iyengar yoga.
‘Music is so important to film. Studios tend to fluff it off. It is the last layer that you put on that completely changes the experience.’