Topics include: Repair Cafe returns to Gardiner; Recall Florida governor & others; A word of thanks; Doing our part to fight climate change; and more.
“Until I can figure out a way to avoid going to sleep every night, I guess I’ll just continue to wear a mask,” writes Phil Bishop of New Paltz.
Topics include: Short Term Rental law; The new Ashokan Reservoir bridge; BDS, apartheid and occupation revisited; Grab for power by the village; and more.
“Staring me in the face when I got out of my car was a white Silverado truck plastered with symbols of hatred and racism — including multiple stars and bars, a “F*** Joe” sticker (with the F-bomb spelled out in full), and a stick-figure man engaging a stick-figure woman from behind while she grasped an ATV,” writes Charlotte Adamis of Kingston.
August is when the sky transitions from its least number of faint stars (in the spring) to its greatest number, from September through December.
“There have been two bicyclists killed by vehicles in the City of Kingston in the past two years. Yet the mayor and the City Council insist on going forward with the ridiculously dangerous bike lane on Broadway from People’s Place to the YMCA,” writes Ralph Mitchell of Kingston.
“I know any publication needs to weigh its responsibility to reflect what might be an unpopular opinion while it considers the dangers of anything resembling censorship, but Hudson Valley One has chosen to publish irresponsible, inaccurate, unproven misinformation that could very well endanger the health and even the lives of some of its readership,” writes Mark Rosen of Gardiner.
Topics include: Cyclists, pedestrians at risk; CCA and your electrical bill; Three cheers for Ben & Jerry’s; The danger of mistruths; and more.
One planet never disappoints. Through any telescope with more than 30x, Saturn elicits gasps. Oddly enough, photos of the ringed world do not pack the same punch. You have to see it for yourself.
Topics include: The Devil is in the details; Pete Seeger’s legacy at Kingston Town Hall; Local source for art supplies needed; Traffic wastes time, fuel; and more.