When you look at a place every day, you might not notice over time that it’s falling into disrepair. That’s when a fresh pair of eyes can come in very handy.
As President Donald Trump delivered a midterm election message that leaned heavily on foreboding and fear, first-time congressional candidate Antonio Delgado was urging his supporters to “lean into your love.” On election night, voters across the sprawling 19th Congressional District did just that, electing the 41-year-old former corporate attorney and unseating Republican John Faso.
Hundreds of students gathered at SUNY New Paltz last week to gain momentum for young people turning out to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.
Nearly all of the preserve was farmland decades ago, and evidence of cultivation can be seen if one knows where to look.
One comment heard on the street might capture the sense of mystery and oddity in a single question: “Was it a live cow, or a fake cow?” One had to be there to be sure.
Has seemed rainier than usual lately? It has been: We’ve received about three times more than the 122-year average.
For the third year running, the Sluts were back on the streets of New Paltz last Sunday.
It was truly grind-it-out football.
Although upstate New York is a far cry from the rugged wilderness of South Dakota, the name Badlands still got caught in the gums like an adventure born of grit and sandstone.
The Norway Spruce will be cut on Thursday, November 8 and arrive at Rockefeller Center on Saturday, November 10.