We are INTO Yellow

By Linda Marston-Reid Linda Marston-Reid is an artist, writer, and executive director of Arts Mid-Hudson. First Saturday Kingston attendees will have an exciting opportunity to experience collaborative exhibits at The Storefront Gallery and ARTBAR Gallery this month. We Are #INTOYellow features two concurrent exhibits with gallery owners Allie Constant and Nancy Donskoj working with conceptual […]

Machinama Makes Its Debut in Kingston

By Linda Marston-Reid Linda Marston-Reid is an artist, writer, and executive director of Arts Mid-Hudson. This month during 1st Saturday Kingston don’t miss the fresh exhibit at the Lace Mill Gallery featuring the artwork of resident Frank Waters. His exhibit, “Bluu Motion: The world of machinima and animation,” will kick off Black History Month at the […]

Sawkill Creek Wines Founder Shares Talents at bluecashew Kitchen Homestead

Sawkill Creek, a Woodstock-based boutique brand of limited production handcrafted wines, ciders, bitters and elixirs, was started in 2008 as a pop-up by Brooke Vosika, former Exec Chef of the Four Seasons Hotel Boston. Brooke’s tenured career with Four Seasons Resorts spans over three decades including stints in DC, Chicago, Seattle, Atlanta and New York […]

Kingston’s Uptown 2018 New Year’s Eve Celebration: A Quick Glimpse

The brutal cold kept many of the casual revellers home but there were still quite a few die-hards that bundled up and came out to celebrate the end of the year 2017 and the christening of 2018 in the annual Uptown New Year’s Eve Celebration at the intersection of Wall and North Front Streets.. There […]

2018 New Year’s Eve: The Party is on Again

What’s Happening Uptown and All Around the Town! Uptown New Year’s Eve will be the kickoff of 2018 with what has now become an annual celebration with live music, Kingston’s version of a NYC Time Square ‘ball drop’, and fireworks. local rockabilly band Lara Hope and the Arktones will warm up the crowd(hopefully) before the […]

Fire, Ice, and Santa Headline This Year’s Snowflake Festival

Kingston’s Sinterklaas Celebration, Not to Be Missed

Always bringing forward elements from the past and introducing even more new ways to entertain people of all ages, this year’s Sinterklaas Celebration is staying true to form. Kids will still be able to make their ‘Crowns and Branches’ to carry in the parade in various workshops that day and before. Then they can join […]

Kingston, NY’s Hometown Heroes (video) – reposted from 2014

The call to serve our country has been heard in many different ways over the years. Whether that call was a family tradition, a genuine desire to serve, a rational career decision, or a notice in the mail, our service men and women have one thing in common: They are all fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, […]

Pairing It Up for Wine at The Forsyth

Kingstonians Tamara Ehlin of The Forsyth B&B and Christina Pickard of Wine with Christina have joined forces to offer grape lovers a weekend of wine immersion. From September 29 through October 1, Christina Pickard, a professional wine writer, educator, and presenter, will host this delicious and educational weekend based at The Forsyth B&B. No wine […]

Art Walk Kingston – Kingston’s Artists Show Off Again!

Art Walk Kingston is a celebration of the arts and the local community now in its second year. This is an opportunity for the public to explore three distinct areas of the city of Kingston and immerse themselves in a range of art and events presented by over 100 artists. Paintings, photographs, drawings, ceramics, jewelry, […]

West Point Cadets Invade Kingston Waterfront

Last Saturday night the City of Kingston was the benefactor of a benefit of a bit of serendipity when the West Point Glee Club was able to give an impromptu performance at the Kingston Rondout Waterfront’s T.R. Gallo Park. Even though the event was publicized on very short notice, there was a crowd of 200-300 […]

Chronogram Block Party Album – Previous Years

Live music all night along with food trucks, beer garden, activities for kids, a beach ball drop, and a whole lot more make the Chronogram Block Party the party of the summer. Each year Wall St. turns into a festival from 3:00 in the afternoon to whenever to make it great place for family entertainment […]

The Beach Boys are Kingston Bound

The Beach Boys have often been called America’s first rock band with over eighty songs charting worldwide, thirty-six of them US  Top 40 hits (the most by any American rock band).   Timeless classics like Surfin USA,  I Get Around, Help Me Rhonda, California Girls, and Good Vibrations  secured the band their place in Rock and Roll history. The Beach Boys […]

FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME: Semi-professional Football is a Thing, and it’s Right Here in Kingston

By Carrie Jones Ross One of Kingston’s best-kept secrets: Hudson Valley Buccaneers. Ever hear of them? Look no further than Kingston’s own backyard to find a homegrown team of 45 football players between 20-50 years old, practicing regularly and playing weekly for the love of sport. Team owner Lennard Byrd grew up in Kingston, and […]

Bob Dylan comes to Hutton Brickyards – Update

Hutton Brickyard isn’t just about Smorgasburg anymore! On June 24th, one of the biggest acts in the entertainment business is coming to Kingston. NY’s Hutton Brickyards to put the last functioning brickyard in the Hudson Valley on the map as a major event venue in its latest incarnation. Bob Dylan, one of the most recognizable […]