See Willy Wonka on Bannerman’s Island and the Boatbuilding Challenge & Brightwork Makers’ Festival in Kingston
A business owner is not pleased with a Saugerties county legislator’s remarks, plus some letters about the Democratic primary.
Seeing so many of our near-adult children seek fame and fortune in New York City, we in the Hudson Valley sometimes neglect the traffic coming the other way. Aren’t these newcomers also seeking more successful lives? Without these folks, there’d be a much less vibrant and less pricey market for real estate.
It would appear that running for Congress is good for your health. After months and months of grueling campaigning, the Democratic candidates in the local congressional primary are in pretty good shape, however harried and weary at this point.
Bardavon hosts Teen Film Festival | Swim season opens at Minnewaska | Free Family Day at Historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz
During the next three months, from now through September, Venus will visibly shift to the left. Each evening at nightfall, it will still hover at about the same height. But it will continually migrate south, or leftward, as it marches through the zodiac through Cancer, Leo, Virgo and into Libra.
Pride Month kicked off with the Supreme Court ruling in favor of a baker who refused to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding. Much is being made in the discussion around this ruling of how narrow it is. To my LGBTQ friends and family, it’s a frightening decision anyway. For those who fear that their basic humanity is conditional, and might be revoked at any moment, Masterpiece looks like a foot in the door. Today, it’s a cake. Tomorrow, it might be a lunch counter.
Those who knew the late Woodstocker share their memories.
Topics include: I’m for Beals, Beware ‘The Bank of B&B’ and We’re lucky to have Delgado as a choice.
Congressman John Faso, facing a difficult campaign against the opponent who emerges from the seven-way Democratic primary, has embraced VanBlarcum like a long-lost brother.