Thoughts on the rumors surrounding Kingston Mayor Steve Noble.
It’s an important unit of time here in the Catskills.
Congressman John Faso didn’t exactly wow ‘em at last week’s Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce monthly meeting, but he brought the Kingston breakfast crowd up to date on a host of issues, however unresolved.
The Catskills mark the northern edge of Appalachia, a region with a 37 percent higher mortality rate for “diseases of despair”—suicide, alcohol and drug overdose—than the rest of the country.
Since 2012, respected Hudson Valley based guitarist and vocalist Jay Woodruff has led alternative rock band Of the Atlas through a colorful range of styles and incarnations.
Like many another industry, the airline business is more willing to celebrate its expansions than publicize its contractions, even if the latter are seasonal.
This week we face into the winter Milky Way, the spiral arm that’s opposite the galactic core. The Aztecs and Mayas regarded this luminescent band as the path taken by the newly departed en route to heaven. In medieval Europe it was called by its Latin name, Via Galactica, meaning “Milk Street.”
If I only fished to capture fish, my fishing trips would have ended long ago.
A six-pack of Democratic congressional candidates bashing Republicans on Super Bowl Sunday? What were they thinking?
If the New York Times can send reporters to Antarctica they can damn well send one to Margaretville to cover watershed meetings every once in awhile.