“I thought it was so sad that no one was adopting him because he had a medical condition. The fact that he had been there for so long – it really hit home for me. Sick cats needs homes too.”
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This week’s guest for Faces of Kingston is Jason Harucki of Kingston’s NCG Cinema branch. We spoke about Kingston’s local flavor and what makes it special, the joys of growing up here and also what exciting aspects NCG is bringing to keep the mall area active and fun.
This week for Faces of Kingston it is a pleasure to talk to musician and resident Victoria Levy. Victoria shares
Rosendale clown Dagen Julty, who goes by “Clown Lovejoy,” sees himself as proud heir to a grand and positive tradition. According to Julty, clowns have appeared in every human civilization, and the tradition has every indication of bumbling into humanity’s future.
I was mindlessly browsing Instagram the other day when I went down a rabbit hole of weird and very cool warped
If your soul aches for the expansive freedom of noshing on falafel and twirling barefoot under the stars on a grassy field at a Dead show, you’re not alone. And you might want to check out the schedule of performances for Hudson Valley’s longtime popular Grateful Dead cover band, The Deadbeats.
Three years ago, Frank Waters organized the first citywide Black History Month. Since then, the celebration has taken off, with performances, film screenings, lectures, kids’ events, meet-ups, craft workshops, story-telling and more.
A free community dinner celebrating Black History Month will be held on January 31 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at
This week in Faces of Kingston, we talk to local resident Kelsey Bujak about her feelings regarding our city and her general life interests. Thank you Kelsey for being a good sport, divulging some fond memories, making some insightful points and plugging cool aspects of life here.
The stellar and melodic indie rock band called The Jennifer Shop is one of the most incredible new musical acts in the area. Helmed by introspective singer and instrumentalist Jack Manley along with a cast of cohorts, the group really blew me away recently when I saw them share a bill with Globelamp. The songs just swirled with life and enthusiasm, reminding listeners of heartfelt moments or the excitement of tackling new frontiers. This up-and-coming band is appearing at BSP on 1/24 alongside popular act JK Vanderbilt.