The former New Paltz Middle School teacher is now a coordinator at the Literacy Center at SUNY New Paltz.
In a world where the centuries-old art of running a printing press has been replaced by things that use lasers and making pages on computer screens, Mark Herb of Mark IV Printing will soon dot his last I’s and cross his last T’s. Next month, once he finishes his final orders from loyal customers, Herb will be closing up shop after over 50 years of production in Saugerties.
Rudi Azank has spent over half his short life thinking (obsessing) over Samuel Beckett’s paean to “nothingness” in the Irish ex-pat’s French language play “Waiting For Godot” (“En Attendant Godot,” written in 1948 and performed in too many places and languages to try to count).
Block’s efforts bring Saugerties to the wider world, and gets the wider world to come and spend money in town.
The 3,500-square-foot visitor center and plaza includes a single-story building housing bathrooms for visitors and office space for New York State Parks staff.
“The most challenging thing is managing patient care. People can be very apprehensive coming to a dentist, and it has to be painless.”
The Duck Pond at Mohonk Preserve has long been a favored spot for hikers, photographers or those just seeking a beautiful place for respite. But now that our recent long winter has finally ended, visitors enjoying a spring outing at Mohonk are finding that “Ol’ Man Winter” didn’t depart without leaving behind some collateral damage.
Terry O’Connell wanted to die in his sleep, be cremated and shot out of a gun. He got his wish.
Where does it begin? What are its boundaries? In which part of Canada does it terminate? Nobody seems to know. But everybody is willing to go to the mattresses to settle the question.
In our area we have one of the highest concentration of “zero-energy” homes in the country mostly due to the work he has done.