Quitting social media means losing touch with friends and family and missing out on local news, especially in rural areas.
Very respected legacy acts are taking Kingston seriously as a tour stop nowadays.
At this time of year, we pay for our shimmering green summers and picture-book snowbound winter days with long stretches of damp and grey and chill.
Night Sky columnist Bob Berman has two telescopes that he wants to give away to stargazers who need them.
If the risks of a constitutional convention are high, so is the prize: real reform of Albany’s notoriously corrupt system.
Saugerties’ political columnist weighs in an uncontested race, knowing where your district is, odd ballot positions and an electric car charging station.
Seven+ sinister sisters watch over our Halloween rituals. Halloween’s date actually revolved around the Pleiades.
They’ll have a costume parade through town. Hundreds of kids, all brave and silly and hepped up on Twizzlers, with fangs and wings and claws. I wonder, I always wonder, how many of them have already had to contend with real monsters.
If a carbon tax of $40 a ton were levied, and every red cent of it turned over directly to every American with a valid Social Security number, the resulting incentive to lower carbon emissions would probably spur more clever efforts by power companies to green the grid than even the most stringent EPA regulations.
A couple of weeks ago, somebody started duct-taping creepy white supremacist flyers over my wife’s campaign signs. “You will not replace us,” the flyers blared, over a photo of a white couple with a baby.