You may know Elliot Tiber from Ang Lee's 2009 movie based on Tiber's tender coming-of-age story, Taking Woodstock. His new memoir, After Woodstock, starts after the festival, and thoroughly, exuberantly, and exhaustively tracks Tiber through every high, low, and high again of his prodigiously creative life.
A review of new novels by Robert Clegg and Steve Lewis.
Reviews of: "The Catskills: Its History and How It Changed America," "The Gunks Ridge and Valley Towns Through Time," "Wallkill Valley Writers Anthology 2015," "Talking Walls," and "Organic Struggle."
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Junk performs at PS21 as part of the Chatham Dance Festival on August 7 and 8.
The Vanaver Caravan's SummerDance troupe will perform at the Bon Odori Festival on August 9 at 11am, the Rosendale Theater on August 9 at 2pm, Opus 40 on August 13 at 5:30pm, and at the Rail Trail Café on August 14 at 3:30pm.
The Lar Lubovitch Dance Company will be appearing at Kaatsbaan International Dance Center in Tivoli on Saturday, June 20, at 7:30pm. Tickets: $10 to $30. (845) 757-5106; Kaatsbaan.org
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“1 Giant Leap II: What About Me? Is an uncategorizable music-philosophy-essay/documentary that took two years to edit.
Josh Fox outline strategies for combating global warming at the Kleinert Gallery in Woodstock on Wednesday.
The 2015 Kingston O+ Festival will take place at venues throughout Kingston on October 9, 10, and 11. For a schedule of performances, clinics, and events and other information, visit Opositivefestival.org
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Eunice Waymon's prodigious talent as a pianist was noticed early on in Tryon, North Carolina, but it wasn't until the young piano phenom started to play and sing in Atlantic City that Nina Simone was born. Jeff Lieberman's new film tracks Simone's unusual career.
FilmColumbia takes place at various locations in Chatham and Hudson from October 20 to 25. Filmcolumbia.org
Saturday, August 29 (*30 rain date), 7pm
Join us for a free family and people of all ages evening at Olana. Pack a cooler, blankets and chairs and join us on the East Lawn for live music, star-gazing, and outdoor film! No registration required. Tickets and information: http://www.olana.org/calendar/outdoor-movie-epic-and-more/
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The first living museum of contemporary American rural life, Behold! New Lebanon, will be offering tours July 4 through September 26 in the Columbia County town.
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A review of Bocce & Bourbon: The Comfortable Songs of Chandler Travis & David Greenberger by Michael Eck.
Michael Eck reviews Bocce & Bourbon: The Comfortable Songs of Chandler Travis & David Greenberger.
A more serious and committed Hudson Valley musical figure than Decora does not come to mind. Everything the 32-year-old does and says comes with a breathtaking level of locked-down, unwaveringly intense focus.
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A poem by Mary Cuffe Perez.
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A whirlwind of comedic costume changes, musical madness, and preposterous props brings the magical creatures and characters worshipped by children and adults alike to the stage at Sugarloaf Performing Arts Center on October 17.
The production coincides with an exhibit highlighting the famous playwright and his contributions to Greene County's cultural, artistic development, including archival photos of the Lexington Conservatory Theatre and a screening of Bill Rose's documentary on Oakley's life, The Loss of Nameless Things.
Marilyn Crispell and Tani Tabbal will perform an improvised duet at the Bearsville Theater Saturday night.
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An exhibition of early glass work by Dale Chihuly at Vassar College's Thompson Memorial Library.
On the cover of the November 2015 issue of Chronogram, Giselle Potter's painting "Pipedream."
Ann Street Gallery's "Art + Science" show in Newburgh.
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