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May 10, 2021
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Theater. Coming out of the pandemic, the world feels almost clandestine. Among all the artistic mediums hit hardest of the year, live theater has the dubious honor of being at or near the top of the … more
Patience, that’s what a practitioner of any of the natural sciences needs. Watching the short film “Farmscape Ecology” makes it clear what a huge amount of that quality is needed … more
The Holistic Health Community of Stone Ridge had been providing free treatment to the community one day a month since 2012, growing its unique collective of expert helpers and healers, collaborating … more
The rough-and-tumble world of politics, with its down-and-dirty, contentious hi-jinks, has been the subject of films and television ever since those media began. And, of course, elections often … more
The Coronavirus pandemic forced a New York lockdown, including of the Stone Ridge Library, but behind the scenes, carefully and quietly, the Library was at work improving its 222-year-old stone … more
SUNY Ulster will host a Virtual Gala on Oct. 15 to recognize several Visionaries in Action in the community. The college president, Dr. Alan Roberts, will also present the inaugural … more
Pursuant to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Order 203, the New York State Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative, Rosendale’s Town Board established the volunteer Rosendale Community … more
Rondout Valley summers seem close to heaven; beauty is all around us. Therefore it’s jarring to round a bend and come upon a pile of trash by the roadside, and particularly annoying when junk … more
Invasive Japanese water chestnuts have spread along the Hudson River and are now being carried into our lakes and streams by sticking their needle-like thorns into boats. In some waterways, boats … more
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