When I mixed the oil colors together, all the hues turned out the color of backed-up septic waste. I had a monumental task, way beyond the collages and crayon relief drawings assigned in seventh grade art class. I was driven to express through a single painting what finding out about the Holocaust did to my childhood heart.
New Paltz Times | Opinion
In the wake of the decision to change the names of the college buildings due to their namesakes’ owning slaves, and our article quoting some of the Huguenot descendants feeling that their families we being defined by their worst actions, college president Donald Christian writes about the institution’s commitment to a balanced view of history.
The Methodist Church as a whole has voted against LGBTQ inclusion, but that doesn’t mean individual churches don’t have options.
Despite Rosendale’s storybook charm and attractions such as the Trestle, the independent theater, and the river that runs through Main Street, the town’s real estate market isn’t living up to its potential.
When it comes to public higher education, New Yorkers deserve better. We are a state with considerable wealth, a highly educated citizenship, and we pay our fair share of taxes. We don’t deserve to see the next list of the best colleges and universities put out by some national media source only to find SUNY either non-existent or hidden near the bottom.
It was not so much that Delgado did better than 2016 nominee Zephyr Teachout had but that Faso 2018 performed less well than Faso 2016 — an indicator of intense Democratic engagement in this year’s election.
A group of Springtown Rd. residents share their concerns about noise and safety.
The coalition, formed to address racism in the school district, has been critical of the lack of transparency in the hiring process.
Thoughts on the allegations against astrologer Eric Francis, who lost jobs with Chronogram, Radio Kingston and the Omega Institute after several women came forward with stories of his sexually inappropriate behavior.
It was another great festival, but unfortunately we brought in $4,000 less at the gate this year than last year. Right now we are struggling with the fact that we may not be able to pay our bills.