Haunted tours, tales and rails, pumpkin-carving, a festival of scarecrows and more Halloween treats
You go there when you want privacy. Lagrangian points are very cool. So why haven’t we ever explored them in the 44 years this column has run?
It is pathetic that more people on social media were talking about the Khabib Nurmagomedov-versus-Conor McGregor UFC match last weekend than the impending doom of America.
Ever see the statue of Sojourner Truth in Port Ewen? Trina Greene’s statue of a young Sojourner Truth is filled with surprises. Look carefully at the ground on which Truth walks.
Oct. 5-7: O-Positive is a Kingston-based cultural and wellness organization that supports the health of underinsured artists and musicians. It returns to town this weekend.
Why I’m a Forsyth Nature Center fan; hike the new River-to-Ridge Trail in New Paltz; dozens of ideas for local family activities.
2018 has been a hugely emotionally challenging year for many people. Considering all the draining forces at play in what passes for the sphere of public “discourse” these days, it is a wonder that in the upcoming O-Positive we have a homegrown festival that helps us redirect our conversations and concentration toward wellness and creativity.
How can such an intangible thing as the fact of awareness, such as experiencing the smell of buttered corn, arise from the insentient atoms and molecules that fashion our bodies?
A family paradise: Do you avoid public spaces because you have active (read: loud) little ones? Curious where the heck the hamlet of Milton is? Then go to Frida’s Bakery & Cafe.
For those who believe in the noble ideals underlying the brand called America, it’s tempting to think of Kavanaugh’s probable confirmation to the highest court in the land as a tumble from grace. But let’s be real: The courts have never done their job on rape. Right now, all over this country, children — boys as well as girls — are confronting their own mortality in bedrooms and back alleys, at the hands of people they can’t physically or socially escape. And SCOTUS will never hear them.