This year’s “Partners in Preservation” were Russo’s Deli and Water Street Market.
Thomas Cole’s home on Spring Street in Catskill has left behind its near-death experience of the 1970s and as an independent non-profit organization affiliated with the National Park Service has been engaged in a recovery that would have seemed miraculous a generation ago.
The popular restaurant has been closed for some time. “It will almost be a new building” when all is said and done.
Psychology professor and director of the Evolutionary Studies Program at SUNY New Paltz, Glen Geher, will lead a panel including a few of his students to talk about their work in evolutionary psychology.
The group’s leader accused the board of favoring landlords over tenants.
The exhibit at the High Falls Emporium Gallery Space is a stroll through industrial archaeology going back to the late 18th century, when the first covered bridge over the Rondout was built.
From the standpoint of identity politics, you are in a particularly strong position if you can claim more than one downtrodden identity. As a white male there isn’t a lot to choose from, but I do have one card…
Zines are DIY, often hand-made limited-run magazines, replicated on photocopiers and focused on topics not well suited for commercial publishing. The web is a more efficient way to reach multitudes with a targeted message, but it lacks the serendipity and tactility of stumbling across and interacting with a little zine. (And while small websites are rarely maintained more than 5-10 years, zines last as long as paper— the Zine Library at SUNY New Paltz has over 400 entries.
Support the Phillies Bridge Farm Project this Sunday, February 19, 4:30 p.m., at Snug Harbor in New Paltz.
Police officers often go undercover as drug dealers, but what about drunk drivers? The logic escapes us, as surely it must have for New Paltz Police officers on a recent traffic stop.