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Lake Hill reawakening

Lake Hill reawakening

The proposal is to build a new store and breakfast/lunch spot where the Lake Hill General Store, popularly known in its last incarnation as Murphy’s, once stood at the corner of Mink Hollow Road and Route 212 in Woodstock.

Tony Moore’s sculpture at WAAM

Tony Moore’s sculpture at WAAM

Tony Moore, the British-born sculptor whose solo show opened May 12 at the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum brings a burly, Cedar Bar-like New York School sense of creativity that’s drawn such adjectives as “heroic,” “confrontational, “elegant,” “minimalist,” “substantial” and even “delicately detailed” to reviews of his work.

Bugs — a satire

Bugs — a satire

New York State’s political world was turned upside-down this week by the abrupt resignation of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who has been credibly accused of being a meat suit filled with centipedes.

Moving on up

Moving on up

“En garde!” the director called. The gym echoed with the clang of blade on blade, and the squeak of shoe on polyurethane. My heart hammered in my chest — was that nerves, or just the tight embrace of the fencing jacket I hadn’t tried to squeeze into since 1998? One point, I prayed, with fervor. Don’t fall, don’t die, don’t be a wreck. Just land one touch.