Summer Arts Preview for 2017.
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Anne Pyburn Craig reviews the mystery novel A Murderous Summer at Bard by Glenda Ruby.
Anne Pyburn Craig reviews Steven Lewis's new novel Loving Violet, a story of love, family, and literary fame.
Take a break from family this Thanksgiving with this month's selection of science, philosophy, equestrian, and fiction books.
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Rule-bending choreographer Twyla Tharp and company perform works in progress.
Brace yourself for belly laughs, Woodstock Comedy Festival is rolling into town.
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Bubbly and world-class ballet are staples of Kaatsbaan’s Passion for Dance Gala.
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The modern makers’ fair Field + Supply takes over the Hutton Brickyards.
Move over Willy Wonka,The Chocolate Expo is coming to town.
The Healing Arts
O+ Festival preview: An interview with folk band Spirit Family Reunion’s frontman Nick Panken.
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The Unknowability of Men and Montana
In the film Walking Out, co-written and directed by Woodstock resident Alex Smith, a father and son stranded on a mountain unpack their issues.
Hudson Valley filmmaker Jon Bowermaster's documentary Antarctica will screen at the Bardavon with live accompaniment by the Hudson Valley Philharmonic.
A Family Portrait
There’s nothing like a first audience to spike an actor/filmmaker’s blood pressure.
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From tours of lavishly decorated Great Estates to each town’s tree lighting ceremony, a getaway to Dutchess will put you in a festive mood. From Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve, enjoy the old-fashioned holiday spirit found in the Hudson Valley
Jim Handlin tries his hand at decrypting the mysterious Voynich Manuscript.
Three days of reenactments commemorate the Burning of Kingston.
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Late 60s British rocker Terry Reid pops into Woodstock for a show at Colony on November 17.
Singer Amy Helm has assembled an amazing nest of lady talent.
James Keepnews reviews the album Serenity Knolls by Bill Brovold and Jamie Saft.
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A poem by Jahnvi M. (11 years)
A poem by Clifford Henderson
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Local performers bring to life the rarely staged opera “Mother of Us All” in Hudson.
Kate Hamill is a Janeite—a devotee and enthusiastic admirer of Jane Austen.
Site specific performance and installation throughout the town of Woodstock, NY culminating in our Annual Secret City gathering at Bearsville Theater, Sunday, July 30th, 12noon. A sincere and fabulous celebration of the everyday creative life. With outfits! $20 suggested donation, free childcare.
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David Shrigley’s Memorial, a monumental shopping list, is on display at Art Omi through 2020.
November's Cover Artist
The subject of Amanda Means's current photos are the elemental materials of photography itself: paper, chemistry, light.
Lisa DiLillo's photographs of fictional botanical species are surreal yet familiar.
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