Rosendale Theatre Celebrates A Story of Invention

Rosendale Theatre Celebrates A Story of Invention

Celebrate, explore and investigate the role of invention and real-​​​​life problem-​​​​solving in an upcoming program at the Rosendale Theatre with the second installment in our Science on Screen Series. Building from two films available online, The Boy Who Harnessed the … Continue reading

Howard Johnson’s Hornspiration:  There’s Always Room for Something New

Howard Johnson’s Hornspiration: There’s Always Room for Something New

Update January 11, 2021. Sad news arrived today that Howard has passed after a long illness. He was one of a kind! Updating Howard’s Event Schedule: On January 29, 2017, Howard will appear at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem as part … Continue reading

Are You Going to Holiday Faire?

Are You Going to Holiday Faire?

This year, we’re all wondering what our holiday dinners will be like. The thing that all holiday dinners have in common is tradition, and this year is anything but traditional. It’s hard to imagine what it will feel like to … Continue reading

Particle Point Collisions: Jim Holl at the Lockwood

Particle Point Collisions: Jim Holl at the Lockwood

The Lockwood Gallery at 747 Route 28 in Kingston is currently hosting an exhibition of painting and sculpture by Jim Holl entitled Particle Point Collisions. The paintings, oil on board and on handmade paper, are rendered in soft colors that … Continue reading

Kingston Annual 2020

Kingston Annual 2020

Hosted by the Arts Society of Kingston and the Kingston Midtown Arts District, the Kingston Annual 2020 is a new exhibition and arts competition— a juried show of 26 unique Hudson Valley artists who reflect a twenty first-​​​​century artistic movement. The Kingston Annual … Continue reading

Jan Sawka at The Dorsky

Jan Sawka at The Dorsky

Curated by Hanna Maria Sawka and Dr. Frank Boyer February 8 – July 12, 2020 James Beck, art critic, historian, and one-​​​​time head of the Columbia University Art Department, described Jan Sawka as a contemporary Renaissance artist. Jan Sawka, whose work is currently … Continue reading

Two Tastes of Sauce

Two Tastes of Sauce

What is a Sauce? Everyone knows the answer, right? It’s that fluid substance we pour over our food to make it taste better. Naturally, the answer is a bit more complicated (or this book could be reduced to just those last fourteen … 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