Very respected legacy acts are taking Kingston seriously as a tour stop nowadays.
Kingston is assuming a central role in this year’s round of bids for state economic development money.
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.
I wasn’t sure I wanted to go to Washington D.C. and do the tourist thing for a couple of days early in October. I am angry at the government, feel as if those in power are taking actions that are harmful to the general public, to you and me, in favor of those replete with wealth.
“What Restore Kingston Pride means to me is prosperity. Where most of the people you know in the neighborhood are working great jobs that pay fantastic salaries and a small portion of that income goes back to the city encourages more of those companies to take a chance on our community.”
The closing arguments.
Night Sky columnist Bob Berman has two telescopes that he wants to give away to stargazers who need them.
The tape indicated that Gary Short, who may have thought he had pulled over Tonya Harding, should be nominated for sainthood, if not promoted to sergeant.
He appeared in the Oval Office, seemingly out of nowhere, late one night while the president was pondering handling a heavy matter of state with a tweet. Was he someone who had been hiding out in the little private anteroom behind the bookcase?
If the risks of a constitutional convention are high, so is the prize: real reform of Albany’s notoriously corrupt system.