Hudson Valley author and historian Jon Michael Varese's debut novel The Spirit Photographerreviewed by Chronogram staffer Carolyn Quimby.
Six books by Hudson Valley authors to read this month
Six short reviews of books by Hudson Valley authors
Millbrook Library holds the family-friendly, 10th annual Millbrook Literary Festival.
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As heard on Bob's Burger's, Archer, and other comedies, H. Jon Benjamin will read and sign his new book Failure is an Option at Bard College on May 2.
2018 Believe Me Tour Stops in Kingston February 16
Boundary-bending British comedian Eddie Izzard's 2018 Believe Me Tour stops in Kingston at UPAC on February 16.
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A Dramatic Production of the Romantic Ballet "Giselle"
Internationally acclaimed dance company, the National Ballet of Cuba makes its debut performance at Saratoga Performing June 6-8 with a dramatic take on the romantic ballet "Giselle."
Dance group Jennifer Muller/The Works performs at Kaatsbaan in Tivoli on May 26.
Vanaver Caravan will host its 27th annual DanceFest! at the Rondout Valley High School Feb 10, featuring performances from Hudson Valley dance studios.
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Satisfy your sweet tooth with lots and lots of cupcakes
Hudson Valley cupcake events in Beacon, New Paltz, and Gardiner are seriously sweet.
Environmental Activism and Music Meet
Join Hudson River Sloop Clearwater and other environmental activists in celebrating and educating about the Hudson River. The popular music festival, The Great Hudson River Revival, is on June 16 and 17 in Croton-on-Hudson.
Get your fluffy fix in Germantown this weekend at Clermont Historic Site
Round up the family for a lively, outdoor celebration of sheep and wool at Clermont Historic Site in Germantown, this Saturday, April 21.
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The documentary explores black gospel music and rock 'n' roll
Robert Clem’s gospel documentary How They Got Over screens in Rosendale.
The new short films by Jon Bowermaster will be screening in the region throughout the month.
Film Events Happening in March in the Hudson Valley
Leave March Madness behind, and get movie-watching; here are 5 Hudson Valley film events you don't want to miss in March 2018.
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After repairing damage from Hurricane Irene, Zadock Pratt Museum has reopened to visitors.
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Listen to Classical Music on the Lawn on May 26
Boscobel House and Gardens will host the Symphony Picnic on its Great Lawn overlooking the Hudson River on Saturday, May 26. Bring your own picnic basket and chairs, and the Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra will bring the soothing sounds of classical music.
The Shiri Zorn/George Muscatello Trio will appear on Saturday as part of the One World music series.
As half of the due the Elegant Too, the singer-songwriter and producer will appear live with comedian Trevor Moore on Facebook this weekend.
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Resting in the sun
You and me swimming
Always remember this trip
leaving the beach
puzzles in her eyes
puddles in my driveway
At the heart of this month blooms a myrtle. I am saying that because
I want it to be.
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A play about Hitler's favorite filmmaker
Bridge Street Theatre in Catskill explores the complex life of German filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl in the play "Leni," running from May 17 to 27.
Bard College's Fischer Center presents a puppet theatre production "Requiem for Anna Politkovskaya."
Passing the Torch Through the Arts presents "Fragile Explosion: Nina Simone" on May 11 & 12.
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Painting Exhibition Open This Month through November 4
Thomas Cole, inventor of the American sublime, is exhibited in Catskill.
Bard College professor and photography director exhibits at MoMa
Photographer Stephen Shore's work spanning five decades is being displayed at the Museum of Modern Art through May 28.
Woodstock-based illustrator John Cuneo takes a humorous look at the futility of gardening in the Hudson Valley.
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