"The Wisdom to Survive: Climate Change, Capitalism and Community" makes its New York State premiere on Wednesday, December 4, at 7:15 pm at the Rosendale Theatre.
Jeff Cohen stops by to talk about his recent fact-finding trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories. On Friday, December 6, at 7pm Cohen will be speaking at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Kingston about this trip. Cohen spent 10 days among the growing nonviolent resistance movement in the Occupied Territories, which echoes the civil rights movement here in the 60s and the anti-Apartheid struggle in South Africa.
Michael Berg, executive director of Family of Woodstock talks about how the nonprofit got its start, where the agency is currently putting its focus, and why early childhood education is more important than ever.
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Alison Stewart Unplugged
A profile of journalist Alison Stewart, whose First Class was just published.
The season’s best gifts for readers, reviewed by Brian K. Mahoney, Jana Martin, Nina Shengold, and Robert Burke Warren.
An Interview with Vanessa O'Connell
Two Wall Street Journal reporters investigate the truth behind Lance Armstrong's achievements.
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The Magic Hour
Elephant Room lands at Bard’s Fisher Center December 13 to 15.
Red Hook's Two Boots Pizza hosts New York City's best burlesque show on November 8.
Where’s the Funny? Woodstock!
The first annual Woodstock Comedy Festival runs September 20 to 22.
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Savion Glover and Jack DeJohnette perform at the Egg on December 3.
A Cause for Dancing
The Hudson Valley Dance Festival takes the stage in Catskill on October 12.
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The celebration kicks off November 21 at the Old Dutch Church in Kingston.
The ArtsWalk Literary Festival hits Hudson October 4 to 13.
Million Women Drummers Gathering converges in New Paltz on October 13.
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Shawn Hartley Hancock previews the Film Columbia festival in Chatham.
Sparrow previews the "fiercely independent" Woodstock Film Festival.
Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie screens at Upstate Films on August 4.
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Terry Adams, visionary, driving force and “untamed genius of the keyboards” for NRBQ since the band’s inception over four decades ago, is one of music’s true originals. Roaring rockabilly, transcendent pop-rock, roadhouse blues, avant jazz – you name it, Adams claims it and reframes it. The new band is a revelation, capable of playing nearly the whole NRBQ catalog, which dates back to 1966.
Songwriter Johanna Hall and Ars Choralis director Barbara Pichkhardt premier “Miracle in Bethlehem,” on December 7 and 8 in Woodstock.
Tibetan singer Yungchen Lhamo performs for healing on December 7.
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After brushing her hair “to keep the tangles out. There they are.
There are these great distances,
in between your ribs. I want to kiss the furrows that dip
along your side, open up dark, raw spaces,
and plant my words there.
If a frog and a squirrel
met while walking their dogs
in the park
with the light going through
sideways trees and dinner
crock-potting at home,
I think he’d pick her up. The dogs share a bone in
the kitchen, pretend this is
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Shine On You Sexy Diamond
The Diamond Street Dames bring the burlesque on December 5 and 6.
Air Pirates Radio Theater revives “Herb Marks Freelance” this month.
An Unromantic Comedy for Romantics
Poughkeepsie's Half Moon Theatre Performing Space presents "Love/Sick."
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Nick Kahn and Richard Selesnick's latest series of magical realist photographs playfully blurs boudaries of genres, time, and history.
Roy Gumpel’s West Village, NYC, a photograph from his show at Ruby Gallery.
Bringing Home the Beacon
Meredith Heuer’s Beacon Portrait Project is at Fovea through January 5.
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