Eating Our Way Through the Holidays

Eating Our Way Through the Holidays

Everyone knows that certain foods are associated with certain holidays, but did you ever wonder why that is?… Continue reading

Gillian Jagger – And Then, And Now: New Work From The Cave

Gillian Jagger – And Then, And Now: New Work From The Cave

We were saddened to hear of the passing of Gillian Jagger, a dear friend and world famous sculptor. Claire Lambe wrote an excellent piece about her some time ago which we wish to share.  Her father was a sculptor as was her maternal … Continue reading

A Monothon at the Woodstock School of Art

A Monothon at the Woodstock School of Art

The Woodstock School of Art (WSA) kicks off its 2019 Woodstock Monoprint Invitational Exhibition on October 26 with a reception on Saturday, October 26, 3-​​​​5pm, in the School’s Robert H. Angeloch Gallery. The exhibition, an annual event now in its fourth … Continue reading

Zhōng Guó

Zhōng Guó

Zhōng Guó It’s the Chinese name for China. It means “middle kingdom,” because they regarded themselves as a bit of civilization at the center of the world, surrounded by barbarians. Since they created one of the world’s greatest cuisines, in company … Continue reading

<span class="dquo">“</span>Tonalism: Pathway from the Hudson River School to Modern Art” at The Dorsky Museum

Tonalism: Pathway from the Hudson River School to Modern Art” at The Dorsky Museum

The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz is currently featuring “Tonalism: Pathway from the Hudson River School to Modern Art,” a new exhibition exploring a late-​​​​19th century movement in painting with deep ties to the Mid-​​​​Hudson region. “Tonalism” is … Continue reading

Jo-​​Ellen Trilling and Andrew Willner Side by Side

Jo-​​Ellen Trilling and Andrew Willner Side by Side

Jo-​​​​Ellen Trilling and Andrew Willner Side by Side at Wired Gallery A husband-​​​​and-​​​​wife dual retrospective Featuring fairy-​​​​tale fantasy and woodwork Wired Gallery, 11 Mohonk Road, High Falls, NY. August 3 –25, 2019  Opening Reception: Saturday, August 3, 5:00 – 7:00 PM Married for … 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

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

FREE WILL ASTROLOGY November

ARIES (March 21-​​​​April 19): Do you have any skill in fulfilling the wishes and answering the prayers of your allies? Have you developed a capacity to tune in to what people want even when they themselves aren’t sure of what they … Continue reading