New Paltz Karate Academy’s Shiai is a celebration of the karate community, and a testing for black-belt level students. Like many things, the dojo community has had to adapt to new challenges and overcome new obstacles. This Shiai was held outdoors and featured one of the largest groups of black-belt candidates ever.
“I can’t speak for the entire board, I can speak for me. I feel like the idea of renovating the current building is very, very challenging,” Jeff Collins said.
The town of Olive will be holding a Zoom meeting on March 18 to discuss a proposal for an underground
With the City seeking additional funding, a playground will be added to the Kingston Point Park Infrastructure Improvements Project. The public is encouraged to vote on which playground design should be selected. As part of the poll, the City is proposing its first natural playscape for consideration.
Culminating years of intense work, the Town of Gardiner’s Natural Resources Inventory was presented to the Town Board at its February 2 meeting and officially adopted by unanimous vote.
On Saturday, February 13, Assemblymember Kevin A. Cahill (D-Ulster, Dutchess) will present a proclamation honoring Eddy’s Restaurant in Kingston New
Gas-powered leaf blowers used for an hour belch out the hydrocarbons from driving a gasoline-powered car for 1,100 miles, according to a 2015 EPA-funded study.
Musician Lara Hope will be the second recipient of Kingston’s bi-annual Distinguished Artist Award. The award will be presented Thursday, November 12 at 5:30 p.m. in a live-streamed ceremony on the Facebook pages of City of Kingston, Arts Commission, Lara Hope and event sponsor Radio Kingston.
The screenings will be held on Fridays and Saturdays from July 31 to Sept. 26 at Tech City, 300 Enterprise Dr. in the town of Ulster, and include films such as Back to the Future, Toy Story 4, The Lion King, Little Women and the two most recent Star Wars films.
The only thing to do was to protect the indigenous spruce minding its own business being beautiful. I want no reward from the spruce except its continued existence. Other than this invasive inconvenience, there’s no good reason my descendants – or anyone’s – shouldn’t be able to cast their eyes on this lovely conifer for at least another century.