Later this month, Pine Hill-based artist Brenda Goodman will be heading down to New York City’s influential Chelsea art district for a solo show at the prestigious Sikkema Jenkins Gallery she’s had her heart set on showing in for years now.
A new recommended record release and this month’s must-see local show.
Snow or sleet, rain or shine, the 22nd annual Hudson Valley Rail Trail WinterFest will take place Saturday, January 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., offering plenty of reasons to get out and brave the cold.
Saoirse Ronan is incandescent as Mary Queen of Scots; Weisz & Stone are dazzlingly nasty in The Favourite.
Saturday, January 26: Entrepreneur Konstanze Zeller is opening her Colonial home for a special eight-course, plant-based meal infused with full-spectrum cannabidiol oil, including cocktails, appetizers and special chocolates for dessert. Zeller is head of Cocorau, a company that specializes in raw cacao bites and adaptogenic elixir powders, both containing CBD from organically grown hemp.
Saturday, Jan. 12: Colony in Woodstock hosts a celebration of what would have been David Bowie’s 71st birthday with Acoustic Stardust, a novel homage to the legendary rocker who lived in Shokan, offering a stripped-down and acoustic treatment of songs from all periods of his chameleonic career.
Dog on Fleas plays Unison in New Paltz | Woodstock Library hosts Gustafer Yellowgold | WinterFest on Hudson Valley Rail Trail in Highland | Check out Bacchus Billiards in New Paltz
Friday, January 11: The great, blind British pianist and composer George Shearing lived so long and recorded so much with so many that no one even remembers how he used to be dismissed by the hardasses of jazz. He outlasted them all, and emerged as a pioneer in several respects: as the man principally responsible for the sophisticated “locked-hands” piano technique, and also as one of jazz’s earliest adopters of Latin music.
Saturday, Jan. 12: This rocking ensemble, including Connor Kennedy, Zack Djankian and Lee Falco, will take a loose and free-flowing joyride through the Americana songbook.
Friday, Jan. 11 and Saturday, Jan. 12: The 23Arts in the Snow series begins with the vocal music of Richard Strauss as seen through the lens of feminine experience, exploring Strauss’ relationship with his wife Pauline, who served as his mentor, muse and confidante throughout his life.