Why does each cell in our body have 90 trillion atoms, roughly the same as the number of stars in our home galaxy cluster?
We need special nights, damn it, and until such time as it is all Applebees out there, someone is going to trade ten years of their life expectancy to give them to us.
“We have public recreational skating and drop-in hockey, which is open for anyone who wants to come and play a game, along with sticks and pucks.”
It wasn’t a White Christmas, but the snow will come. Hang on to your wintry hopes and this list of coasting hot spots.
Saturday & Sunday, Jan 5-6: Miller, the undeniably gifted frontman of the Old ’97s, joins forces with Cronin, the man who would brand New Paltz with his instantly identifiable, brash and iconic paintings.
Choosing the Game of Thrones’ hearthrob to portray Aquaman was a brilliant move that goes a long way toward mitigating the new film’s lackluster script.
Much of the comedy works in this film about Dick Cheney; the tragedy doesn’t.
In 2019, our region gets one fabulous total lunar eclipse – in just a few weeks, on January 20.
Using archival footage, photographs and discussion, Miller will examine the early days of the state’s prison system and document the evolution toward rehabilitation and a more positive prison philosophy.
The Mid-Hudson Japanese Community Association presents a traditional New Year’s Kakizome workshop on Saturday, January 5. Kakizome, which translates to “first writing,” takes place within the first few days of each new year.