I love winter. It is so fresh and beautiful and sparkling white. In winter you get stuck inside a lot, though, and that can be boring. So I cooked up some ideas that you can do for entertainment. I really hope you think my ideas are worth trying.
Warning: trees may begin speaking to you. It happened to me after six years here. Nowadays, a tree in my back yard offers me advice almost daily. I asked her if she wished to speak for this article, and she said (to all of you), “Do everything slowfully.”
As I drive around from job to job, often herding kids to a widening array of events, I like to
Art in the Hudson Valley is in conversation with our forests and mountains. The Jervis McEntee show last year at
I once asked Kingston musician and BSP booking agent Mike Amari whether we have a scene in the mid-Hudson region.
In cafes, antique shops, yard sales and attics alike, Hudson Valley furniture embodies the area’s history, from the colonial Dutch
As one of the oldest settled regions in America — Dutch traders arrived a few years after Henry Hudson’s journey
A century ago the Catskills were dotted with farms, many farmers rented rooms out to summer guests, who ate just-picked
Anticipating all that appears as the earth comes back to life at this time of year, we welcome the transition
Golf, according to Arnold Palmer, “is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated; it satisfies the soul and frustrates the intellect. It