We believe the best choice to represent us in Congress for the next two years is the Democratic challenger, Antonio Delgado.
Regardless of which side wins, it’s not likely anything will get done soon to improve the physical working conditions of the building. And that’s a damned shame.
The week of a highly contested midterm election is as good a time as any to take a look at the longer-term political currents flowing through the mid-Hudson and Catskills region.
When I think about the Tree of Life synagogue on a Saturday morning, Jews gathered together in close proximity, the idea of safety in numbers becomes a cruel joke. Instead, they were just an easy target.
You can do your part and support real local metal with heart by showing up for Kingston’s own Porcelain Helmet on Saturday, Nov. 3 as they open for I Don’t Know.
Here are my top six sky apparitions that belong on everyone’s bucket list, most of which appear in your own backyard.
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The big news is that Valley People Productions have convinced Iron Chic to visit Kingston. The show was originally booked at The Beverly but cops have been called for noise recently so they so had to move it to BSP. The show is on Nov. 10 and costs just $10 with a 7:30 p.m. start time and absolutely killer support bands Timeshares and Nightmares For a Week also.
We’ll never know, of course, what painter Thomas Cole, who died in 1848, would have thought of Scenic Hudson, the $286-million land trust and $28-million not-for-profit environmental powerhouse. There’s a good chance he would have very much approved of the organization’s mission of protecting the Hudson River and Hudson Valley land, of creating and enhancing parks, and of advocating for environmentally responsible policies and development practices.
Personal goodwill toward the marginalized people in your life does not absolve you of political callousness to their fate at the hands of authority.