Now we are ready to continue on toward Kaaterskill Clove itself. It used to be that the trail up the canyon was officially a dead end. It ended at the bottom of the falls, and hikers were discouraged from going any farther. Now, however, as we have seen, you can climb the stairs and hike on to the top of the falls.
I’m reminded of the old joke about the dog chasing a car — If it caught the car, could it drive? Democrats, calm down and try to help steer our country in a positive direction. The whole world is watching!
The USA spends more on its military than the next eight nations combined. President Trump wants to spend even more, while cutting other important discretionary spending.
The Catskill Mountain Railroad (CMRR) boasted revenues of $1.19 million in 2016, up from $1.1 million the previous year, despite
As Roxbury writer Simona David points out in the introduction to her new ebook How Art is Made in the Catskills, our region has nurtured creative people from Washington Irving to John Cage, from Thomas Cole to Bob Dylan.
On High Point Mountain Road in the Town of Olive, several signs, posted to protest the activities of Ashokan Dreams wedding venue, were recently destroyed or damaged.
Personally, in choosing between the comptroller and the academic on one side and the rest of county government on the other, I find the angels on the side of Auerbach and Benjamin— but angels don’t vote.
Barney Rosset, the spirited subject of Michael Rosenthal’s new biography, “Barney: Grove Press and Barney Rosset, America’s Maverick Publisher and His Battle against Censorship” — which will be the subject of a reading and book signing event at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 18 at the Golden Notebook, 29 Tinker Street, Woodstock — seems to have made only one key trip to Woodstock in his lifetime.
New innovations in solar panels and the grid come to the Hudson Valley.
Residents of the Town of Olive are up in arms about Rail Explorers, the company whose contract with Ulster County will allow them to run tours of rail bikes down the Ulster & Delaware tracks alongside 39 homes on Cold Brook Road, near Boiceville, beginning in August or September.