Friday-Sunday, Nov. 16-18: Discreetly tucked in the Chestnut Street Historic District, where shipping baron Samuel D. Coykendall once reigned in splendor over the city’s booming waterfront, a building that once served as the coachhouse for the Coykendall estate became, in 1950, the permanent home of the longest-operating community theater company in Ulster County.
By day the antisolar point is marked by the shadow of your head. At night it’s the most happening place in the heavens.
Saturday, Nov. 10: Brian Reed took a personal approach to the investigative reporting of an alleged murder in a small Alabama town.
Think ink: Rhinebeck’s Megabrain Comics launches podcast, expands events
Thursday, November 15: The Bicentennial Celebration will feature special exhibits, events and the first-ever relocation of the New York State Court of Appeals, the state’s highest tribunal, from its home in Albany.
Saturday, November 10: Michael Brownstein has written a handbook for change.
Sunday, November 11: Did you know that the American Expeditionary Force asked an Ulster County man to create an improved gas mask?
The Falcon has never sold a ticket. Not one ever to anyone – not when Pat Metheny played here; not for Chris Thile, who might have sold out Carnegie Hall the night before.
Considering the other half of the Central Park design team.
Friday, Nov. 9: She may have arrived a decade or two too late to have enjoyed the peak of the form, but Colvin’s early records Steady On and A Few Small Repairs are straight-up classics of the genre.