One town hosted both American Nazis and some of the earliest folkies.
John and Janine Mower and family will be celebrating four decades of flea marketing in Woodstock beginning with an opening ceremony at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 24, and festivities that will follow throughout the day.
Where are we now? That’s the main question a Woodstock Comprehensive Plan committee is trying to answer as it works with a consultant, Behan Planning & Design, on a plan to address the town’s needs for the long term.
The action will help “provide greater emphasis for what our town has been and continues to do and thereby add more significance to our collective efforts.”
“Our homes have been devalued. We had really private homes, and now there’s going to be a huge public parking lot…right across the road.”
Swordfighting has woken me up to the joy of battle like no sport has ever done. It has given me valuable training in courage — a virtue you don’t hear about nearly often enough, especially in the context of women-people.
In parts I and II, we walked through Woodstock’s main hamlet and counted nearly 50 establishments where one could get a drink and/or something to eat, almost one third of the businesses. This week, we seek answers as to whether that density is sustainable.
After 101 seasons of chamber music in the woods, you might think that Maverick Concerts doesn’t need to make any changes. But Maverick’s spirit remains young and changes are in the works.
When asked why he was selling the Town Tinker after 38 years, Harry Jameson had a simple answer: “When I’m not running this business, I’ll have a lot more time to go tubing.”
One of the key facts of life over the age of 50 is the need to get colonoscopies every ten years, and on an even more regular schedule as one ages over 65.