“What can you do on a half-acre? Well, you can get into beekeeping.”
Breakfast is a peak experience at the Phoenicia Diner.
Saturday, April 22: “I have a large seashell collection that I keep along all the major coasts.”
Saturday, April 22: Celebrate Record Store Day with the legendary progressive metal band in Poughkeepsie.
Friday, April 21: To celebrate the 42nd anniversary of the comedy classic, a brand-new sing-along version of the film will be shown.
In Northern Europe, its analogue would be a selkie legend, but in this case the shapeshifting woman (or perhaps goddess) is a sea turtle, rather than a seal.
Let’s be honest: You don’t want to fiddle with charts, and you’d like your astronomy fun and easy. Well, here it is.
Friday, April 21: Hear the 13-year-old pianist who has already turned the jazz world on its ear.
April 29-30: Each year, our state’s longest-running craft beer fest dishes out a different themed cuisine to pair with your choice of 400+ beers from 135+ New York-based breweries. This year, the featured food is Ballpark Hotdogs from across the nation.
The world was opening up to scientific study in the 18th century, and many men took up the study of botany. Jane Colden is the first female on record to have done so. And her Flora — Nov Eboracensis is one of the most extensive botanical studies of a single region carried out at the time.