The story begins on a Ridge in rural Ulster County, the smell of pine in the air and vultures circling above as a boy fires a BB gun at a girl tied to a tree while another boy watches.
When Ralph and Mary Adamucci began selling vegetables out of their farmstand in 1919, they probably had no intention of building a Hudson Valley grocery and nursery dynasty. Adams is currently gearing up for its much-anticipated Garden Shows.
An influential if not era-defining bandleader and songwriter, filmmaker, author and novelist, social critic, multimedia performance artist and eternal hipster who stays hip by feeding on the fresh blood of young hipster admirers, Byrne just doesn’t stop expanding.
Saturday, Feb. 17: Scientists are looking for volunteers to bolster their monitoring efforts at three local places that attract peregrines. Dress warmly and bring your binoculars if you have them.
Learn the life aquatic. Michael Puryear will offer a class in which up to four members of a family will be guided in working together to build their own Echo Bay Dory: a lightweight, car-toppable skiff, easy to row or sail, that can be built within a week.
Saturday, Feb. 24: King of the rant comes to Kingston.
Did you know that Disney World is 40 square miles, the size of San Francisco?
Celebrate our presidents, learn to bake hamantash and watch this year’s Oscar-nominated shorts.
This always confuses people, who think, “If I’m made mostly of water, and the Moon pulls untold tons of seawater, why shouldn’t the Moon personally affect me?”
Feb. 16-18: One-of-a-kind bebop matriarch Sheila Jordan and vocalist/composer/lyricist/arranger Dominique Eade bring their world-class talent to the Hudson Hall stage.