The university’s Diversity and Inclusion Council will take up the question this year. What do you think?
If the national urban economy is indeed slowing, what conclusion should be drawn from this exercise? It’s that certain cities continue to do better than others, and New York City is in a phase where it’s still doing spectacularly well. But the pessimists need not worry. No boom lasts forever.
We are heading into late summer/early fall and arguably the best time of the year for concerts and micro festivals.
Topics include: Election endorsements, kudos to organizers of anti-drug festival, a nation of laws, keeping students safe.
In disasters, there is helpful help, and then there is all the other stuff people do in a well-intentioned spasm of conscience.
Many of the about 500 attendees at last week’s meet-the-Democratic-congressional-candidates night at Kingston’s Old Dutch Church got their first look at the contenders who seek to oppose first-term Republican incumbent John Faso of Kinderhook.
Although not recognized as a disorder, Facebook certainly is an addiction. It has filled many of my hours, while my vacuum has stood silent and the dishwasher patiently awaiting emptying.
The Norwegians have invaded the Hudson Valley. They will leave their mark. Nothing will ever be the same.
Few places on Earth are as unfriendly to the carless as rural Delaware County.
It’s time that the hateful rhetoric spoken here in Kingston against our most vulnerable senior citizens at public hearings and written in the comment sections of newspaper websites and on social media stops, once and for all.