DYING IN DUBAI: A MEMOIR OF MARRIAGE, MOURNING, AND THE MIDDLE EAST
Benjamin Hale is a ruthless, gifted storyteller.
A woman in labor enters a New York City maternity ward just before Christmas.
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Does comedian Gilbert Gottfried have a Justin Bieber chest tattoo? Or did he take the stage after Jimi Hendrix at the 1969 Woodstock music festival?
Paul McMahon will give a free presentation on August 20 at 5pm at the Woodstock Library.
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Beth Gill Dance performs its dreamy dancescapes at Bard's Fisher Center.
Rio's top passista performer Egili Oliveira instructs a samba workshop in Woodstock on September 17.
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Celebrate GARNER Arts Center’s Exhibition, Transposing Perception, wandering through site specific art, music & dance installations throughout connecting 19th Century warehouses and alleyways, ending with a DJ set in a starlit Brick Alleyway. Food trucks, craft beer, wine & cider.
This "pay-what-you-want" three-day volunteer built music festival at the Ashokan Center in Olivebridge is from Friday, August 26 through Sunday, August 28.
The world’s best vocal talent in opera, Broadway and beyond gather for four unforgettable days of performances and events in Phoenicia, New York. Join us on August 4-7 as we celebrate Shakespeare and the British Isles through music.
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"A brilliant, uplifting story". This award winning documentary is about the coming of age of a young man with autism, whose journey was made possible by his passion for Disney animated films. Followed by a Q and A with the film’s director and Devereux's executive director.
The Woodstock Film Festival screens dozens of films October 13 to 16.
FilmColumbia screens new movies by Ken Loach and Pedro Almodovar.
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"Labor of love" is a term far more bandied about that it probably deserves, but in the case of Vernon Benjamin's prodigious, two-volume history of the Hudson Valley, it's entirely accurate: the author's love for this place is as abundant as the book's page count. The second volume, The History of the Hudson River Valley: From the Civil War to Modern Times (Overlook Press, 2016) is a fittingly obsessive chronicle of the further populating of this remarkable place.
In the 1790s, Ulster County was one of the top four slave-holding counties in New York State.
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"I have learned that what we think is in large measure a function of where we think," writes Mark C. Taylor in Recovering Place: Reflections on Stone Hill (Columbia University Press, 2014).
The first living museum of contemporary life hosts Saturday programs for the whole family.
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A profile of Grammy-winning producer and ex-Fighting McKenzies trombonist.
Neill's site-specific work celebrating the historic home and grounds of designer Russel Wright.
Singer-songwriter Peter Case returns to the Low Beat.
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Ode To A Macaroon A macaroon goes in my mouth and
The Artist Hold those darts
You Should Have This You left a poem
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One-man showstopper James Lecesne returns in "Extraordinary Measures."
Join TMI Project for a phenomenal night of storytelling and to honor Eve Ensler, author of The Vagina Monologues, for her groundbreaking, world changing work using storytelling as activism!
The surrealist Swiss mask-theater troupe exhibits their show at the Bardavon on September 22.
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Opening receptions for Nicole Cherubini and Remy Jungerman, Oct. 8 at 2 PM in the gallery; Kahn+Selesnick update Freya Powell's zeotrope with new imagery; Steam Canoe installation is underway, and Ward Shelly + Alex Schweder take a final spin in ReActor!
Laura Battle's drawing Antonyms .
"Byrdcliffe's Legacy: Handmade in the 20th Century" examines the creative history of Woodstock through October 9.
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