Friday, June 8: Whatever you can say about Roger, the cat has always brought it. He loves theater, spectacle and acting, and he has been an ardent defender of the Who’s legacy in a way that Mr. Townshend, perhaps, has not. Tommy is important music.
You might not recognize it immediately if you’re not already a Whovian, but the restaurant is designed to appeal especially to fans of the very-long-running BBC science fiction TV series, Doctor Who.
July 22: The music continues to be the rarest example of an achievement equally revered by the general public and by the avant-garde.
“She died,” I heard three different times this month. Now, I know I will die from my disease. What I did not realize was the number of friends I would lose along the way to Stage IV metastatic breast cancer, including most recently Charlotte, Maureen and Brooke.
Some of the chemicals used in marking art for decades aren’t good for your health.
Local parades and other Memorial Day events.
One of the founders of NYC’s wildly successful Greenmarket (as well as the one in Saugerties), the architect/urban planner sowed the seeds of a green revolution.
The film RBG celebrates the achievement, endurance and unlikely cult status of US Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who, at 84, has become an unexpected pop-culture icon.
The Gardiner Cupcake Festival will be held this Saturday, May 19 from noon to 5 p.m., rain or shine, at Wright’s Farm in Gardiner. The festival offers something for everyone in the family, from adults to children. Activities for kids include face painting, cupcake decorating, kids’ zone, pony rides, wagon rides and bouncy houses. Most of the childrens’ activities are free of charge.
Saturday, May 19: New Folk trailblazers, massive hitmakers and ardent social activists, the Indigo Girls are synonymous with the lighter side of ’90s music – which is to say pretty darn dark themselves, but leavened with a fine sense of close harmony and with songs that sport at least glimmers of hope and redemption.