See Willy Wonka on Bannerman’s Island and the Boatbuilding Challenge & Brightwork Makers’ Festival in Kingston
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.
KING TRIES HOT DOG AND ASKS FOR MORE | National Get Outdoors Day | GlassBarge demos in Poughkeepsie, Kingston and Catskill | Happy Birthday, Forsyth Nature Center!
The voice of the small and frail is a mighty thing. And it is astonishing how ferocious even the tiniest combatants can be, when they decide not to surrender.
Did you know there is an Anatolian Mother Goddess-worshipping LGBTQ friendly temple and Pagan spirituality center in misty and forested Palenville?
Family fun as Bethel Woods turns ten | See Phoenicia on a Rail Explorer — a cart you drive on the train tracks!
We always assume aliens would know about circles and pi, and realize that hydrogen is the element that dominates the universe, even though most humans don’t know these things.
A recent Rolling Stone article on the NY-19 Congressional race repeated the common fallacy that our congressional districts are gerrymandered. They’re not.