How the federal census has grown from its modest beginnings!
On Saturday and Sunday nights, Dec. 15 and 16, Bob expects Comet Wirtanen to achieve naked-eye visibility – the first comet in years to do so.
See It’s a Wonderful Life on the big screen at UPAC.
Graziadei kindly spoke to me in advance of his upcoming tour with Thy Will Be Done which touches down at The Loft in Poughkeepsie on Thursday, Dec. 13.
“Participating homebuyers may be able to put down as little as one percent of the purchase price because of SmartMove New York’s low-interest loans.” Sounds too good to be true? If you have good credit and don’t have too much income, it isn’t.
The New York Times alerts us to a new trend: millennials buying property in the Catskills because it’s “filled with natural resources.” The piece makes for a satisfying rage-read.
Into the Light at Kaatsbaan; Holiday Cookie Decorating for Kids; Frozendale; Snowflake Festival
Comet Wirtanen will soon pay Earth its closest-ever visit. It should be large and blobby-looking, appearing as a fuzzy glob the size of the full Moon.
When it comes to public higher education, New Yorkers deserve better. We are a state with considerable wealth, a highly educated citizenship, and we pay our fair share of taxes. We don’t deserve to see the next list of the best colleges and universities put out by some national media source only to find SUNY either non-existent or hidden near the bottom.
While many were enjoying Thanksgiving dinner with their families and good friends, two young, brilliant men were in the last rounds of an intense bout for the title of world chess champion.