An interview with Kim Gordon and Bill Nace ahead of their upcoming BSP Kingston back room theater appearance on Friday, July 20.
Kingston Times | Features
This summer, families and kids in need of a summer meal will be able to text “food” to 877-877 to receive information on where a nearby summer feeding program is, thanks to the No Kid Hungry program.
Do you like piña coladas? Getting caught in the rain? And have you ever wondered why this city, blessed with a fine marina for tying up your boat and then tying one on, doesn’t have a more passionate yacht rock scene?
Despite a gutsy performance on both ends of the pitch, Kingston Stockade FC fell to the Brooklyn Italians on Saturday, a 1-0 result on the turf at LIU Brooklyn. A first-half defensive miscue led to the Brooklyn goal, but in spite of being red-carded down to 10 men midway through the second half, Kingston threatened to come back right up until the very end.
Did you know there is an Anatolian Mother Goddess-worshipping LGBTQ friendly temple and Pagan spirituality center in misty and forested Palenville?
A total of five performers will be singing and playing a selection of songs from past and current Broadway shows this Sunday, June 3 at 3 p.m. at the 243 Albany Ave. synagogue.
Monday, May 28 will be Kingston’s traditional Memorial Day ceremony, set for 1 p.m. in front of City Hall. At 1:45 p.m., the parade will step off from Andrew St. and will proceed along Broadway towards Uptown Kingston.
The honorees included a sharp-eyed patrolman who helped detectives swiftly crack a murder case and a trio of officers credited with saving a heart attack victim.
Kingston Stockade FC had its first ever taste of US Open Cup action on Wednesday night, falling to the Long Island Rough Riders 6-3 in double overtime on a chilly night in Massapequa Park. Kingston went up 2-0 before the Rough Riders found their rhythm in the second half.
Kingston Stockade FC’s third season in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) is just around the corner, with the first official game taking place when the Rhode Island Reds visit Dietz Stadium on Saturday, May 12. But first, a friendly followed by a trip to Long Island for the club’s first-ever appearance in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.