This week in Faces of Kingston, it’s a pleasure to talk to Mackenzie Turck of River Mint Finery, one of the kindest, most fun and fashionable of Kingston’s residents.
A fixture of the local scene for many years serving drinks during various legendary eras of our fair little kind-hearted city, Dan is an awesome guy who has seen it all and been there for a lot of folks by either helping them stop crying in their beer or yelling at them to stop singing so badly to ’80s songs.
This week in Faces of Kingston it was a genuine treat to chat about country music and local memories with performer and local business owner Michele Ferraro. Michele’s love of our community’s people, past and present is inspiring.
This week for Faces of Kingston, as we dive (or are pushed) into the Holiday Season further, it felt like time for a chat with true humanitarian Diane Reeder of the essential, fun and very happy sweet tooth all-in-one stop shop, Kingston Candy Bar.
This week, I am very pleased to have an in-depth discussion with one of the most active members of our community, Frank Waters. This is a great time of year to care about others and Waters is very involved with Kingston Midtown Rising as well as My Kingston Kids. It was inspiring to hear all the positive things he had to say about the direction Kingston is heading regarding tangible opportunities for personal growth, as well as activities for young people.
It was our pleasure for this week’s FoK to speak with very active local musician, Beverly staffer and all around great dude Jared Ashdown on growing up here, as well as the arts and evolving pulse of the city.
This week in Faces of Kingston we speak to fine jeweler Rebecca Peacock about local inspirations and special aesthetics of the Hudson Valley and various facets of Kingston life past and present
This week in Faces of Kingston it was a pleasure to catch up with local MaryAnna Fitzgerald, an old friend. She has just opened Uptown Hair Studio and uses low-tox hair color and all-natural hair products.
This week for Faces of Kingston I am pleased to present a discussion with Hillary Harvey, a leading light in both community discourse and general good energy.
Matthew Pleva has both a recognizable face to many in Kingston and a portfolio of memorable, creative work that’s some of the best stuff Kingston has to offer. Pleva is a very interesting guy and it was a pleasure to get to interview him after having it on my “must do” list for a few years now.