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Faces of Kingston: Suzanne Schreter

Faces of Kingston: Suzanne Schreter

On The Hill Antiques is a lovely antique center at 41 Broadway in the heart of Kingston’s historic waterfront. Owner Suzanne Schreter has been a fixture of Hudson Valley’s antique community for more than three decades. She took the time from a busy day to show me around one of the most fun shops in the area and to tell me a bit about her experiences running her well-regarded store.

Kingston firefighters set 9/11 remembrance

Kingston firefighters set 9/11 remembrance

The Kingston Fire Department will hold its annual marking of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks next Wednesday, Sept. 11 at Fireman’s Park on Washington Avenue. Attendees are asked to gather at 8:30 a.m.; the ceremony will begin at 8:46 a.m., when American Airlines Flight 11 hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center. The public is encouraged to attend.

Kingston After Dark: Introspection

Kingston After Dark: Introspection

How do we form our relationships to art, sound or the self? Is it all pre-conditioning or situational or does some part of it essentially come from some Platonic realm of forms or a divine spark we channel while in this mortal coil? It is a fascinating subject, a mansion-sized conversation with many rooms and theories to wander through. The answer can also be different for each individual, I’d wager.

Faces of Kingston: Dustin Bryant

Faces of Kingston: Dustin Bryant

Dustin Bryant is the operator of the popular and important Planet Woodstock Music store at 1112 Morton Blvd. in Kingston. A premiere spot for music gear, in-store events and servicing as well as a small vinyl shop, the place is a one stop shop for musicians in these parts and was a dream come true for longtime Kingston enthusiast Bryant.

Hooley on the Hudson returns to the Rondout

Hooley on the Hudson returns to the Rondout

Sunday, Sept. 1: Taking place at the T. R. Gallo Waterfront Park on the Rondout Creek, the Hooley’s four main venues feature live music, step dancing, storytelling and traditional music for all ages. Many food and craft vendors will be on-site. Focused on family, this event is free to all, Irish or not. For a full schedule of events and performances, visit the website below.