Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is pretty much the perfect specimen of the frothy teen rom-com. It may give you a sugar headache, but it sure is sweet.
It’s a rare occasion when a fine musician who has been on the local scene for more than 40 years steps out with an amazing new first recording. Such will be the case when Tim Kapeluck, a multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, fiddle and mandolin and sings with as sweet a voice as can be heard, takes the stage for his CD-release concert at 9 p.m. on Sunday, September 9 at Colony, located at 22 Rock City Road in Woodstock.
Saturday-Monday, September 1-3: A rite of summer for artisans and their avid community, the Woodstock-New Paltz Art & Crafts Fair returns to the Ulster County Fairgrounds with rows of one-of-a-kind, handmade art and crafts with live craft demonstrations.
Sunday, September 2: Four venues will feature live music, step dancing, storytelling and traditional music for all ages.
Free entry at Storm King Art Center, Family Day at Catskill Interpretive Center, Great Train Robbery
Sunday, September 2: The local songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and performer Simi Stone makes a hometown stop in Woodstock.
Opening Saturday, September 1: Diamant’s Steampunk sensibility reflects a fascination with 19th-century mechanics, scientific charts and the aesthetic mysticism of the Odd Fellows and ancient Egyptians.
Sunday, September 2 : MMW drummer Billy Martin has recently assumed directorship of the Creative Music Studios, the avant-garde musical incubator founded in Woodstock long ago by keyboardist/composer/vocalist Karl Berger, vocalist Ingrid Sertso and the late, great saxophonist/composer Ornette Coleman.
Friday-Sunday, August 31-September 2: This year’s Woodstock Museum Film Festival will be its 19th, so if you haven’t discovered it yet, you’re long overdue for a visit. It’s manageably small, the filmmakers are approachable up-and-coming indies and admission is free to both screenings and workshops.
Monday, September 3: Tyne Daly, James Marsters, Elisabeth Henry and Janeane Garofalo star in new film at TSL in Hudson