Four Concerts by The Orchestra Now @ Bard’s Fisher Center

Four Concerts by The Orchestra Now @ Bard’s Fisher Center

THE ORCHESTRA NOW STARTS THE NEW YEAR WITH FOUR CONCERTS: FEBRUARY 3 – FEBRUARY 18, 2018 Two Programs at the Fisher Center’s Sosnoff Theater at Bard College featuring Gershwin’s American in Paris and Mahler’s 7th Symphony The Orchestra Now (TŌN) will give two programs … Continue reading

<span class="dquo">“</span>Abstract Minded: Works by Six Contemporary African Artists” at The Dorsky

Abstract Minded: Works by Six Contemporary African Artists” at The Dorsky

Abstract Minded: Works by Six Contemporary African Artists Curated by Osi Audu January 24 – April 15, 2018 The Alice and Horace Chandler Gallery and North Gallery The artists in Abstract Minded: Works by Six Contemporary African Artists, all born and/​​or raised … Continue reading

Chris Bergson: Singer/​Songwriter, Guitarist, Husband, Father Is Living His Dream

Chris Bergson: Singer/​Songwriter, Guitarist, Husband, Father Is Living His Dream

The Chris Bergson Band, featuring Craig Dreyer on organ and tenor sax, Dan Loomis on bass and Aaron Comess on drums returns to the The Falcon in Marlboro, NY on Saturday, January 27th. The band will feature cuts from Chris’ critically … Continue reading

Soup, Glorious Soup

Soup, Glorious Soup

When I was a child, one the best dishes — at least to my childish palate — was my mother’s onion soup. Her recipe was simplicity itself: take several silver-​​​​wrapped cubes of beef bouillon from the little white cardboard can decorated with red cows, dissolve them … Continue reading

The Greatest Little Show On Earth!

The Greatest Little Show On Earth!

The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild kicks off it’s Eighteenth Annual 5x7 Show on Friday, December 1, with a catered champagne reception and preview party at the Kleinert/​​James Center for the Arts from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. All works are restricted to 5 by 7 inches … Continue reading

Market St. — Rhinebeck

Market St. — Rhinebeck

Upon entering the warmly-​​​​lit space of Market St., one can immediately sense the palpable urgency that runs like a current into every corner of the restaurant. Servers, smartly attired in stark-​​​​white V-​​​​neck t-​​​​shirts, glide effortlessly from table to table, filling water … Continue reading

Oysters

Oysters

Before building a stone-​​​​wall in our backyard, part of the hillside had to be dug away. One morning, I noticed something white sticking out of the exposed strata, a foot or so below the surface. Once it was rinsed off, a gleam of nacre … Continue reading

<span class="caps">FREE</span> <span class="caps">WILL</span> <span class="caps">ASTROLOGY</span>  January

FREE WILL ASTROLOGY January

ARIES (March 21-​​​​April 19): “I need more smart allies, compassionate supporters, ethical role models, and loyal friends, and I need them right now!” writes Joanna K., an Aries reader from Albuquerque, New Mexico. On the other hand, there’s Jacques T., an … Continue reading