Before the Landau Grill, and its closing this past October after 22 years in business, what stood at 17 Mill Hill Road was the Woodstock Pub.
‘You’ve got people turning a garage, a little shed into a rental. You’ve got glamping…It’s really out of control…’
Phoenicia’s Arts Upstairs, which closed its doors last winter, will be reincarnated in two new forms this month.
Big shifts have occurred in the art that matters. What constitutes a landscape has shifted internal, and focused on human-scale details. Subject matter has regained a hold on those still drawn to printmaking. Fun is again kin to aesthetic appreciation.
As Woodstock faces the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Aquarian Festival that affected much of the town’s profile, at least in terms of business, the Chamber of Commerce & Arts is gearing up for a 2019 season aimed at celebrating Woodstock as both the inspiration for that festival so long ago, and a fine destination no matter how you look at it.
Functions include advocating for residents who feel their rights were violated by a town employee, weighing in on local government from a human rights perspective, and holding educational events.
The guitarist will host his 19th Solstice Concert for the Guild, at 8 p.m. Saturday December 15 at the Woodstock Playhouse.
The New York Times alerts us to a new trend: millennials buying property in the Catskills because it’s “filled with natural resources.” The piece makes for a satisfying rage-read.
Michael Perkins’ latest book, The Woodstock Flaneur: A Saunterer’s Intimate Portrait of the World’s Most Famous Small Town, will be celebrated with an Oriole9 reading Thursday, December 13, featuring a quintet of topnotch readers
The acrimony was prompted by a request to the county for info on how many local homeowners are renting out their homes using sites like Airbnb.