Jennifer Tsakis, owner of Saugerties’ Pop Vintage Antiques, has been in the antique business for 24 years, starting out in a three-foot-wide antique booth in Annapolis, Maryland, to now selling fun, affordable finds from the 50s to the 80s at her 106 Partition Street location.
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The owners of Village Pizza opened the shop, located a few doors down.
“I always had these ideas of creating space more than having a coffee shop or restaurant or anything like that,” said owner Vanessa Piazza. “It was more about creating space where people would want to gather and be and spend time.”
A new office space is planned for the former Old Baptist Church, most recently the Emmanuel Christian Church, on Partition Street in Saugerties. Named 32 Partition Street, the space will include 28 offices on three floors.
At 8 p.m. on Sunday, March 7, the Barclay Heights Diner officially closed for good after 50 years in business. For the past 17 years – with a two-year break – Linda and Nick Lopez have owned the diner, but they will be shutting down. The building’s owner wants to sell.
The two Glasco residents were looking as far as Connecticut for a business to purchase when they learned their neighborhood pizzeria was for sale.
Lifelong Saugerties residents Gabriele Maestri, Mike Craft and Gretchen Gehring opened The Avenue Steakhouse in December 2019, and have been serving up gourmet dishes with a carefully curated menu ever since.
Black-Eyed Suzie’s Upstate is an indoor/outdoor spot that offers unique bites inspired by global fare executed with local ingredients.
Inauguration day is here, and for the first time in American history the vice president is a woman – Kamala Harris. Women have been increasingly breaking the glass ceiling in a lot iot of places. Five Ulster County women businesspersons – Cheryl Bowers, Lagusta Yarwood, Joan Lonergan, Tamara Ehlin and Karianna Haasch – were asked how they got their businesses off the ground and running, who their supports were, and what challenges they faced along the way.
The U.S. Small Business Administration this week re-opened Paycheck Protection Program for new and certain existing borrowers, following the passage