After sitting 2020 out due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Kingston Stockade FC this week announced plans to return for their delayed fifth season this summer. Their 10-game slate will see the club pitted against National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) foes both new and familiar alike, with half of those battles taking place on their home pitch at Dietz Stadium in Kingston.
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The City of Kingston Common Council voted unanimously to apply for the Underrepresented Communities Grant with the National Parks Service in the amount of up to $50,000 for the study of the early history of African-Americans in Kingston and Pine Street African Burial Ground.
The reopening of live theater perches anxiously on the cusp of a reintroduction of in-person performances in 2021, awaiting signals that audiences can feel safe sitting in the same indoor space. Long-suppressed desire for the collective experience of art remains at war with lingering fear of contracting an illness that can turn the lining of one’s lungs to the consistency of concrete. But spring is here, summer looms nearer and presenting venues need to make decisions, pronto.
For some venues, particularly those without outdoor space, the question of returning may be if, not when.
After it was dedicated it was the most popular attraction in New York City (only rivaled by the Statue of Liberty), but is now widely forgotten from public memory except for the Groucho Marx gag, “Who’s buried in Grant’s Tomb?”
A global pandemic is a hard time to be single. With nearly all public social spaces closed to prevent transmission
After going mostly online for 2020, the O+ Festival plans to return to Kingston for in-person events October 8-10, 2021.
Technological advances have made “access to information” a necessity that requires most libraries to provide Internet and computer availability for their patrons. But a trend that has taken off recently, particularly since the public health crisis, is the lending of things: physical objects as well as places along the bandwidth.
Each event in this year’s Women’s History Month Kingston program aims to “reimagine ways to celebrate people who identify as
If ever a massive display of blooming plants, shrubs, and trees was called for to perk up the winter blahs, now is the time. Wandering an Adams Fairacre Farms greenhouse bursting with color and horticultural artistry is a familiar Hudson Valley tradition for many Hudson Valley gardeners which always comes as a welcome event in late-winter, and particularly so this year after nearly a year living with an isolating pandemic.