After scoffing at this reporter’s skincare routine of Clearasil and bar soap, the two advised that I use a lavender-scented “pearl cleansing cream” followed by a retinol oil containing carrot and rose elements to treat my acne, and sent me home with written instructions on how to use them.
Kathy Prizzia is the longest-serving executive director of the New Paltz Chamber. She’s leaving to become the assistant general manager of Rocking Horse Ranch.
Lessons learned from last year’s concerts have been incorporated.
The store will feature vintage and new apparel and home goods along with handmade items sewn locally and art by local talent.
The shop, which has operated for 33 years, will move to a small space nextdoor.
Last weekend, the Dutch Ale House on Main Street reopened grandly, offering customers something new in a familiar space. Dallas and Ted Gilpin, the fifth owners in a long line dating back to the end of Prohibition, have already enacted some of their visions for the storied site since they bought the establishment in February; they say they have no intention of stopping in the following months.
The bank will open at the former Bank of America location.
The restaurant has been an Ulster County fixture for 25 years. It will close April 7.
The homegrown company SolarGeneration, which began installing solar panels in the Woodstock area in 2005, has been purchased by Paul McMenemy, a renewable energy entrepreneur who previously owned the Golden Notebook bookstore.
Bold-lined comic book illustrations on glossy pages have shacked up with the inks and needles of corporal art at Comic Culture and Artistic Hallucinations, the 320 Main Street tattoo parlor that also offers over 1,000 comic books.