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Upstate Films to Close Woodstock Cinema and Hit the Road with a Projector

Now under new management, Upstate Films is rolling out a series of changes, the biggest of which is closing the Woodstock location. The flagship cinema in Rhinebeck is set to reopen early summer for regular screenings, and in the meantime you can rent out the entire theater with your pals to screen one of the five Best Picture Oscar nominees. This July will also see the launch of the Hudson Valley Picture Show, Upstate Film's new traveling outdoor theater, popping up at locations like Opus 40, and Kaatsbaan through early fall.

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Lisa Halter’s Guide to Route 28

From Food to Natural Wonders, 5 Highlights to Check Out Along Route 28
Realtor Lisa Halter, of Halter Associates Realty shares her favorite spots along Route 28.

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On the Cover: Portrait of Milton Glaser by Franco Vogt | August 2020

The life and work of famed graphic artist Milton Glaser (1929-2020).

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Woodstock Weathers the Pandemic

How did Woodstock, it's people and businesses cope/survive with Coronavirus.

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What to Do in Woodstock, NY

This Hudson Valley town offers a diverse selection of food, art, commerce, and entertainment that consistently delights natives and visitors alike.

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How to Spend a Perfectly Unhippy Weekend in Woodstock

Your Weekend Guide to the New Woodstock
In the 20th century, Woodstock, NY was known to locals as a hippy sanctuary. It's now evolved to accommodate those with more modern and sophisticated palettes while keeping with the town's laidback vibes. Here's how to enjoy an un-hippy weekend in today's Woodstock.

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A Haunting Handful of Hudson Valley Happenings

Boo! Along with some other fun picks, here’s a couple of spooky happenings with which to haunt your week here in the Hudson Valley. Happy Halloween!

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Community, Care, and Comfort Food

Inside Provisions and The Table at Woodstock
Emily Sherry and Anthony Heaney first started Provisions as a sandwich shop on Tinker Street five years ago. Since then, they've expanded to a new location and launched a non-profit, The Table at Woodstock, dedicated to helping food insecure families and individuals in the Hudson Valley.

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Woodstock: A Legacy of Art and Community

A Story That Runs So Much Deeper than the ‘Festival That Didn’t Happen'
Since the turn of the 20th century, Woodstock has hummed as a thriving center of art, culture, commerce, and community.

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Michael Lang on the Woodstock Festival

Michael Lang, cocreator of the historic 1969 Woodstock Festival, reflects on its legacy (and future) from 50 years out.

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