Sloop will be among the first tenants of the new $300 million i.Park City, the so-called “workspace of the future.” The new brewery is expected to be operational by May, with the new tasting room opening this summer, featuring local beer, foods from across New York State, event space and live music, with room for more than 300 people.
Friday and Saturday, Jan. 19 and 20: The Philly soul-into-mainstage megapop hitmaking legacy of Hall & Oates is not just enduring, but growing chic. Rock Academy pays tribute to the most successful duo in rock history at Colony in Woodstock.
Free Day at MASS MoCA, family ice harvesting at Maritime Museum, Strawberry Hill Fiddlers in Saugerties, Free Nordic Ski Clinics at Mohonk Mountain House, Special Olympics New York State Games call for volunteers
Friday, Jan. 19: A Renaissance man of music, art, performance and design, and a throwback to a time when a single individual could master nearly all the domains of making, Catskill’s Brian Dewan is a worthy and fascinating subject for a documentary.
It’s a 200-acre farm in the Town of LaGrange, where, since 1990, nuns from the Society of the Sacred Heart have been making delicious cheeses from the milk that their cows, sheep and goats supply. They also provide hands-on agricultural education opportunities for campers young and old.
When Jane Goodall went to work for paleoanthropologist Louis Leakey in Tanzania in 1957, her only academic background was secretarial school. She approached her work in Africa with no preconceived notions, and ended up turning the field of primate biology on its head.
A deadly anniversary: The 1918 pandemic killed as many people in one year as the Black Death claimed in a century.
Harney & Sons offers more than 300 tea blends, including a line created by John Harney for the Historic Royal Palaces of England. Their teas are blended and packaged in a 90,000-square-foot warehouse in Millerton, and 200 employees staff a bottling plant in Hudson.
Got some holiday poundage to lose and a New Year’s resolution to become more physically active, but no network of outdoorsy buddies on hand to lend support and encouragement? You’re not alone; the ADK has plenty of organized outings to offer, even in the dead of winter.
At the turn of the 20th century, the Hudson Valley was the brickmaking capital of the world, producing more than a billion bricks a year and employing nearly 10,000 people in more than 120 brickyards. By the late 1970s, the once-mighty molded-brick industry was no more. One by one, the great yards had closed their gates, leaving behind a small-but-colorful legacy of people who remember the industry in its prime.