Siblings Colin, Samantha and Mackenzie Boylan are enthusiastic about the new direction they’re taking the family business.
This could be the last year that Ricci’s Barbershop will be in its familiar location next to P&G’s on Main Street in New Paltz.
“As long as we’ve had a restaurant, people have been asking me, ‘When are you going to do a cookbook?’” said Richard Erickson, chef of Bistro-to-Go, the popular take-out or eat-in shop plus bakery on Route 28, outside of Kingston.
The five Ulster County projects awarded local priority status included the Hutton Brickyards project along the Hudson River waterfront in Kingston, site improvement funding for northern Ulster manufacturer Ametek, a new expansion plan for Bread Alone, state help with the Wildberry Lodge and Spa project in New Paltz, and expansion plans for Gopal Farms produce and creamery facilities on Springtown Road in New Paltz.
The Bank of Greene County, which soft-opened its newest branch in Woodstock’s Bradley Meadows shopping plaza on Mill Hill Road this past week.
In an application considered at a recent New Paltz Village Planning Board meeting, owner Mike Beck is seeking to expand the cramped kitchen of the restaurant by pushing into the adjacent barbershop, as well as create a prep kitchen underneath the dining area, which presently hangs over two parking spots around back.
On Saturday, September 15, the store will hold an anniversary party from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., with cake, balloons, and a raffle. The first 40 customers who walk in that day and ask for the feminist classic The Golden Notebook will receive a free copy in return for holding up their phone and following the store on Instagram, as well as posing for a photo that will be posted with thanks to HarperCollins.
“The movements are a little bit faster, the music is a little bit louder; all of our classes are just amped up a little bit,” says Amanda Lopez about what to expect from the yoga, barre and Buti classes at Soul Tribe, the wellness studio she recently opened in New Paltz’s Cherry Hill Plaza.
Yet another problem of Epimethean proportions now plagues the slow-speed construction of 51 Main Street in New Paltz, and for this one owner Dimitri Viglis is seeking intervention by village trustees, requesting the right to install an underground propane tank within three feet of a village-owned parking lot.
After a year of preliminary work, planning board and zoning board of appeals processes, and the delays inherent in all contemporary building projects, the remake and expansion of Sunflower Natural Foods in Woodstock is underway.