“We’re spending a lot of time looking at what the community wants and what they need. We’re a community organization, and that’s who I want to listen to.”
New Paltz Times | Arts & Entertainment
Feb. 16: Geared toward “middle grade” readers — third grade through middle school, depending on their reading level, Ellis says — the book is the first in a fantasy adventure series collectively titled The Karakesh Chronicles and projected to run to five volumes.
“Porcelain has several properties that make it kind of magical,” says Goldman. “It has silica in it, so it’s glass-like; the finish is very smooth and silky. And it’s a very white material, so glazes really ‘pop.’ But I love the translucence of it; that’s my thing.”
In her introduction to the book, due to be published next month by Viking, Susan Zimet recalls how news of commemorations of the 2017 centennial of the enfranchisement of women in New York State made her realize that this wasn’t a familiar enough story.
The exhibit will be on view through Jan. 7.
Unison Arts Center will host its 27th annual Holiday Craft, Art and Design Fair on Saturday and Sunday, December 2-3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day in the glass atrium student union building on the SUNY New Paltz campus.
Oct. 21: The performance of songs and monologues celebrates eight influential women in our region who have devoted their lives to empowering women and advocating for women’s rights.
Sometimes a book — especially a funny one — grabs you right from the get-go. That happened on page two.
Author Judith Boggess chronicles what life was like growing up in Rosendale in the 1940s and ‘50s as Judy Cherny, the daughter of hard-drinking Edith and mercurial “Big Ed,” who together ran one of the toughest bars on Main Street at Reid’s Hotel and Bar.
Films are shown Mondays. Upcoming titles include: “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” “Cinema Paradisio,” “Mask,” and “Lion.” Music is perform Thursdays. Upcoming acts include Cornbread Jam, Vicki Russell and The Big Distraction.