And what is a “crazy bowl,” you ask? The focus of the menu is on “bowlz” of either rice, noodles or salad, topped with a protein of the customer’s choice and accompanying ingredients offering either Mexican or Asian flavors, the final product remaining true to its origins or becoming a pleasing combination of the two.
Phoenicia’s Arts Upstairs, which closed its doors last winter, will be reincarnated in two new forms this month.
Big shifts have occurred in the art that matters. What constitutes a landscape has shifted internal, and focused on human-scale details. Subject matter has regained a hold on those still drawn to printmaking. Fun is again kin to aesthetic appreciation.
Dafoe portrays Vincent Van Gogh as a man alternately stretched on the rack of his own genius and the world’s rejection and blissed out by nature’s extravagant beauty.
Great coffee and Montreal-style bagels at the Mud Club in Woodstock.
Saturday-Sunday, Dec. 15-16: Holidelic features outrageous costumes and an extravagant stage show led by the Grammy Award-nominated singer/songwriter, producer, actor, dancer and Bruce Springsteen sideman Everett Bradley.
Saturday, Dec. 15: With names like Traum (Happy) and Helm (Amy), there is no doubt about how “Woodstock” this show will be – nor about how professional, special and good.
See It’s a Wonderful Life on the big screen at UPAC.
Friday, Dec. 14: The veteran garage psychedelia band from Georgia, the Black Lips, teams with the younger-but-similarly-Southern Nude Party for a night of real gutsy rock.
Sunday, Dec. 16: John Anderson’s film celebrates the lasting musical and cultural legacy of the legendary blues harmonica player and longtime Woodstock resident Paul Butterfield. Butterfield learned the art from none other than Muddy Waters.