Selections from the 11/30 print edition.
A Kingston City Court judge has thrown out the case against alleged dangerous dog Jonah the dachshund and his owner, uptown astrologer, investigative reporter and provocateur Eric Francis Coppolino.
The goal is to place the libraries in neighborhoods that have the least access to the Washington Ave. library.
In addition to allowing for more all-street programming in the historic district, the closure will also protect the stone houses, whose foundations have been affected by years of vehicular traffic.
“We got married in 1996, and at the wedding we had ministers, priests and parole officers”
The parking lot at Gardiner’s town hall was full when on the evening of August 9 the town board held
Usually standing between six and ten feet tall, Robert Hite’s twisting towers have the wavering, unsteady quality of buildings reflected
Construction of the new Mara Kill span on Route 44/55 in Gardiner is now complete. That’s good news for Gardiner
Though it seems like just yesterday that a former schoolhouse was renovated and expanded to serve as Gardiner’s Town Hall,
Steely Dan rode into my adolescent record collection under surreal circumstances. I was 12 when I joined the Columbia House