According to owner Leslie Woodward, nut milks are high in antioxidants, have a lot of protein and no refined sugars. Unlike some other nut milks, which substitute paste for nuts and have fillers, Edenesque’s products are “40 percent nuts. I make it the old-fashioned way. It’s a clean, honest product.”
After winding down his New Paltz business ahead of the gubernatorial order to close up shop due to the pandemic, Jack’s Rhythms owner John Lefsky has decided not to reopen once the all-clear is sounded.
Beginning tomorrow, four Upstate New York regions will be permitted to begin a phased reopening of businesses that have been closed since mid-March. But the Mid-Hudson Region isn’t one of them. We checked in with a variety of local businesses to see how they’re holding up.
Brent Robison and Tom Newton follow their own muses, along with their individual recognition that something inside each man dictates a need to create fiction. The two writers came to a decision to create books, to print literature, via their new Woodstock-based Recital Publishing after they got together several years back and found they had similar interests. They started producing literary podcasts, of their own and others’ work, under The Strange Recital, “a podcast about fiction that questions the nature of reality.”
If there’s anyone well-positioned to take the economic temperature of Ulster County and environs, it’s Ward Todd, former county legislature chair and president/CEO since 2003 of the Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Heads up, New Paltz: Michael Beck is in town — and he isn’t the guy, better-known as Mike, who has been running P&G’s for all these decades.
After having been a part of the New Paltz landscape for more than nine decades, Agway has closed its doors, marking the end of an era heavily defined by agriculture and independent businesses.
Once it’s safe to go out again, how the tourist-focused businesses of New Paltz are operated is likely to be
What a difference a few weeks make. We went from being told face masks were ineffective (but needed for medical workers), to masks being possibly effective but only if you know how to wear them properly, to face masks being required in any public space statewide where social distancing isn’t possible (such as grocery stores and pharmacies).
New Paltz village officials have started a series of conversations with local business leaders to facilitate sharing of frustrations and successes in a locked-down world.