Nina Shengold sits down with Elizabeth Lesser to discuss her journey from Omega to best selling author. Don't miss Lesser at the Bearsville Theater on January 15.
A review of the life of soul singer Wilson Pickett as told by author Tony Fletcher.
January marks the start of a new year‚ calling to mind change and reflection. These selections explore the passing of time.
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You can find the hilarious Steven Wright doing standup at UPAC in Kingston on January 14 at 8pm.
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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The sampling of dance types and troupes that will appear at Kaatsbaan International Dance Center in Tivoli.
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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Don't miss Vassar's Modfest running from January 26 through February 5.
Elizabeth Mitchell and You Are My Flower
perform at the 2017 Winter Hoot, February 3-5.
A weekend-long celebration of traditional and emerging styles of yoga and music at Hunter Mountain, November 4 to 6.
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The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith screens at the Rosendale Theatre on Tuesday January 10
Climate-change documentary The Anthropologist will be screening December 9 at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck.
Brenda Buffalino's classic documentary, which relaunched Jazz into the American entertainment spotlight, showing forty years later at Rosendale Theatre December 11.
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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.
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New Paltz has a long and rich history. Huguenot Street is great for tourists, students, history buffs, and anyone looking for an interesting afternoon.
The Art of Devastation” will be exhibited at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie from January 27 to April 9.
"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).
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See a show at the Bardavon this season. You won't be disappointed.
This month, we once again ring in the new year with a specially selected panel of Hudson Valley music mavens, who run down their top releases of 2016 and talk current crushes and future faves along the way.
Handpicked by music editor Peter Aaron for your listening pleasure.
Come see legendary country outlaw, Kris Kristofferson at the Egg on January 18.
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A poem by 8 year old following a writing prompt: “Your soil is only rocks and glass...”
A poem by Keith Phillips.
A poem by David Glenn Farber.
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Shadowland Stages takes on an impressive and humor-saturated task this holiday season—"Every Christmas Every Told (And Then Some!)" runs December 2 to 18.
Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical of all musicals! "Oklahoma!" is the ground-breaking, Pulitzer Prize-winning story in which two young cowboys vie with an evil ranch hand and a traveling peddler for the hearts of the women they love.
One-man showstopper James Lecesne returns in "Extraordinary Measures."
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A Japanese woodblock print by Kawase Hasui, which will be exhibited at the Clark Art Institute through April 2
Bindlestiff Family Cirkus returns with its Cabin Fever Cabaret series at Helsinki Hudson on January 13.
Nora Scarlett releases a new book of photographs Trunks of the Gunks.
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