Upstate has dropped its lease on Woodstock’s Tinker Street Cinema. On the more hopeful side, it is “in discussions” to purchase the Orpheum Theater in Saugerties.
“I think that many people are trying to take their health and wellbeing into their own hands, and we’re providing tools that can help them do that,” said owner Dana Cooper.
A self-employed executive search specialist for the past dozen years, Saugertesian Andrew Cowan has seen major changes in the country’s employment habits, changes that have mostly accelerated during the now-receding pandemic.
Peruse the photos of Rosie’s culinary handiwork and you’ll immediately see why these desserts are in such demand. They’re true works of art, decorated with fresh fruits and flowers, curls of shaved chocolate and swirls of icing, stenciled hearts formed of poppyseeds.
“Friendship, Loyalty, Love” was the motto of Murphy’s Restaurant and Pub, and all three were on ample display when the venerable New Paltz watering hole had its final day of operation on Sunday, April 18.
This past October, barbers Anthony Lewis and Xavier Scott joined forces and surnames to open their own shop, Lewis and Scott. They aimed to create a modern, comfortable space for men to get a haircut. They appear to have succeeded.
After the pandemic upended their lives, a Kingston couple decided to open a coffeeshop.
Like so many of us one year ago, Leann VanDerHeyden was forced to reinvent her life when Covid-19 came around.
Jennifer Tsakis, owner of Saugerties’ Pop Vintage Antiques, has been in the antique business for 24 years, starting out in a three-foot-wide antique booth in Annapolis, Maryland, to now selling fun, affordable finds from the 50s to the 80s at her 106 Partition Street location.
The former location of Murphy’s is being transformed.