An excerpt from a chapter of the authors’ upcoming book, available in December 2021, entitled “The Story of Historic Kingston: A Journey through the Hudson Valley and Its Connections With New York City.”
Maverick reopens for 2021 with light schedule, heavyweight musicians.
King Arthur, featuring baritone Norman Garrett and mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke in an original staging by Princess Grace award-winner Louisa Proske, will run for four performances on July 25, 28 and 30 and August 1 at Bard SummerScape.
The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild will present “Sacred Structures,” a two-person exhibition of works by Tony Moore and Kenro Izu, on view at the Kleinert/James Center for the Arts from August 21 through October 3.
The upcoming Jazzstock at the Senate Garage will feature the Matt Munisteri Duo on Saturday, July 24 at 8 p.m. Originally scheduled to perform back in April 2020, the duo consists of singer and songwriter Matt Munisteri and bassist Danton Boller.
To Richard Segalman painting was like breathing. Across his remarkable six- decade career, his artwork was placed in over 40 permanent collections in museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
And as of today, the cultural/business initiative known as BluePrint is, materially, just a series of Covid-safe summer events on a makeshift stage in the parking lot on the former IBM campus. But BluePrint is a vision of, and a proposal for, something much more: a kind of making good on the defaulted promise this building represents.
Saugerties’ historic Orpheum Theatre has been sold to Upstate Films, according to a post on the theatre’s social media page.
HBO booked Kingston Point Beach last week to shoot a military landing scene for its upcoming cable series The White House Plumbers.
In 2010 when The Golden Notebook almost closed, the building which housed the speciality children’s store, The Golden Bough, was sold in a separate sale. Gaela Pearson was the manager and creator of that space and she has remained as the children’s buyer and so much more since then. The Little Golden Notebook is most capably stocked with 40 years of her valuable book-buying experience.