Author Emily Barton
Emily Barton, award winning author, on her new book: The Book of Esther.
Rhinebeck-based author Ann Patty has crafted a memoir peopled with quirky, passionate folk and layers of meaning that emit an eloquent, pleasurable glow.
Josephine Marcus, the beautiful, common-law wife of Wild West icon Wyatt Earp, is one of the more intriguing figures of the post-Civil War era.
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Leah Rabinowitz interviews comedian Corinne Fisher, creator of the anti-slut shaming podcast "Guys We F#@$!d."
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John Jasperse creates worlds you've never seen nor imagined for the stage.
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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.
Stop by Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center’s 3rd Annual Vassar Street Brew Fest September 24th. End summer with a day of jazz on the Hudson River in Waryas Park on Aug. 21st. Start fall when Dutchess hosts Fireball Run: 10th Anniversary Season!
End summer with a day of jazz on the Hudson River in Waryas Park on Aug. 21st. Enjoy Millbrook Winery’s outdoor jazz concert series, now through August 27th. Start fall when Dutchess hosts Fireball Run: 10th Anniversary Season!
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A documentary about the radical, homegrown video collective known as Videofreex.
A documentary on the making of Dennis Hopper's film The Last Movie screens in Beacon on March 8.
Jon Bowermaster's latest film,Dear President Obama: The Energy Revolution is Now, screens in Rosendale and Rhinebeck this month.
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In the 1790s, Ulster County was one of the top four slave-holding counties in New York State.
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The first living museum of contemporary life hosts Saturday programs for the whole family.
This exhibition at Vassar College's Palmer Gallery through March 6 explores the intuitive, creative side to scientific experiments and inventions.
Sparrow previews "The Nest: An Exhibition of Art in Nature" at the Katonah Museum of Art, starting March 6.
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A profile of Upstate Rubdown, a New Paltz based band.
Electric Frankenstein and White Knockle Rodeo play the Anchor in Kingston July 9.
Josh Ritter and the Royal City Band play the Egg in Albany on July 22.
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There is not enough time in my days to think about you. I am exceedingly ruffled by anyone who interrupts my thoughts.
The best rejections
have room for explanation so that when you wake
at three in the morning
do not make me vote for Donald Trump
do not lie to me
tell Hillary to stop smiling or at least
stop taking selfies
tell CNN to grow up
tell Fox News to admit they are biased or
at the very least
call the FBI or Homeland Security and
report anti-Bernie agitators
authorities somebody do something
stop the insanity
give Barack Obama four more years
before it's too late
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"24 Decades of Popular Music" at Powerhouse Theater
Performer and drag-queen extraordinaire on their latest work in progress.
Talise Travigne sings the lead in Pietro Mascagni's opera "Iris."
Talise Travigne sings the lead in Pietro Mascagni's opera "Iris" at Bard Summerscape.
Powerhouse Theater, which gave birth to many successful Tony winning plays, runs through July 31.
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Join us in celebrating 20 years of sharing the World’s Largest Kaleidoscope and a unique collection of one-of-a-kind kaleidoscopes with collectors, guests and tourists! The day-long celebration on Saturday, July 9th will be highlighted by the premiere of a brand new kaleidoshow and the grand opening of the World’s Largest Kaleidoscope Exhibit and Gallery.
Renowned Photographer Hosts Exhibition at the harts gallery
"Strange Paradise" photographs by Martin Parr on display from July 2 through August 27. Opening reception on July 9 from 5 to 8pm.
CHRCH Project Space is not an art gallery. Think of it more as a laboratory where artists engage with the community to create living projects.
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