Ann Marie DiBella is a lifetime Kingstonian — St. Joe’s graduate, a former alderwoman and active Kingston Democrat, as well as a Kingston school social worker.
Kingston Times | Features
Each year, Friends of Historic Kingston’s annual preservation awards serves to showcase an impressive recent restoration project and last Thursday’s event was no exception.
Very respected legacy acts are taking Kingston seriously as a tour stop nowadays.
Mike Marino of Kingston strides around Kingston’s streets from morning ‘till night, seven days a week, cheerfully waving at everyone he knows, collecting bottles and buying everyone a cup of coffee.
The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) is just a few months into its long offseason, but the expansion which led
Kingston filmmaker and videographer Stephen Blauweiss tells the story of a small-town comeback.
Frank Marquette, actor, re-enactor and re-creator of local history, might wear more costumes in a week than an entire preschool does on Halloween. It also could be argued that Marquette has made a place for himself in the community by stabbing people in the back. Is that a compliment?
Since 2010, O+ artists have changed the face of Kingston with 29 murals, prompting some to question why there is little public oversight compared with zoning laws governing property owners. The answer: Murals, though they last for years, are considered impermanent works of art, and are treated as works of art protected by the First Amendment.
To many of his regular customers at Boulevard Liquors in Midtown Kingston, Ralph (originally Raphael) Danger, who turns 100 on Oct. 23, is simply amazing.
Thursday, Oct. 12: Several of Ulster County’s more notable couples will battle each other in a war of mouthed words to benefit both People’s Place Food Pantry and Thrift Store and the Center for Creative Education arts education center.