Basilica Soundscape, the music, arts and literature fest in nearby Hudson, is one of the dopest and most sharply curated annual occurrences you’re going to find on American soil.
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The Kingston City School District last week announced the inaugural members of the Kingston High School Athletic Hall of Fame, a veritable who’s who of Tigers legend.
Peeking through the window of the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History into the dust-covered former Reher Bakery in Rondout is a tantalizing glimpse back into a moment of time.
We are heading into late summer/early fall and arguably the best time of the year for concerts and micro festivals.
For the second year, six parishioners of St. James Methodist church and their church outreach director, the Rev. Jordan Scruggs, made the long journey across the globe to a community that we may only ever glimpse on a page of a college anthropology textbook, or a Nat Geo clip.
Of the Tigers’ 18-player roster, 13 are varsity returnees, including senior co-captains Kate Lord, a center fullback; and Jaime Hopkins, a midfielder.
As summer winds down in Kingston, the competition is heating up on local softball fields, as the City of Kingston Parks and Recreation men’s and women’s softball teams are closing out the playoffs.
Sure, that Garfield tattoo on your forearm seemed so edgy at the time, but now what? Or how about the name on your thigh of that horrible cheating bastard who neglected to mention he was still married while you were dating? Tattoo regret is becoming more and more a thing these days, but there are options.
Dear God, I really wish Michelle Obama, Jamie Clayton or John Leguizamo was president right now. As we reel from
Eleven-year-old Dayna Blackmon of Kingston has been living with CF her entire life. Her parents, Jen and Dana Blackmon, are hosting their 10th annual fundraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Monday, Aug. 14 at Mariner’s Harbor.