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click to enlarge An aspiring amateur takes on BRAWL champ The Beer-barian while referee Michael Wilcock officiates at the BRAWL Ball - on December 3 at the Bridgewater Bar & Grill in Kingston.
  • An aspiring amateur takes on BRAWL champ The Beer-barian while referee Michael Wilcock officiates at the BRAWL Ball on December 3 at the Bridgewater Bar & Grill in Kingston.
click to enlarge Woodstock Film Festival Executive Director Meira Blaustein, filmmaker Michelle Esrick, Jahanara, and Wavy Gravy at the "Saint Misbehavin'" screening at Upstate Films in Woodstock on December 11.
  • Woodstock Film Festival Executive Director Meira Blaustein, filmmaker Michelle Esrick, Jahanara, and Wavy Gravy at the "Saint Misbehavin'" screening at Upstate Films in Woodstock on December 11.

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