Kingston’s Hudson Valley Brickyard Trail

The Hudson Valley Community has a new addition to its already plentiful outdoor recreation opportunities, and its unique location combines a lightly explored Hudson River shoreline with industrial remnants from a not-so-distant historical period to make a bike and walking trail. The Hudson River Brickyard Trail officially opened 12/31/2020 after a collaborative effort by Scenic […]

Reviving Those Rolls at The Reher Center

  From the 1940’s through the 1970’s, Kingstonians from diverse cultures regularly converged on Reher’s Bakery on the Rondout after church to pick up fresh-baked rolls for breakfast. The Reher Bakery has become the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History and on Sunday morning, March 14 th …for one day only… locals can relive […]

Kingston Happenings Announces Its “Furever Friend” Program

Kingston Happenings is excited to announce the launch of its new ‘Furever Friend Program‘ that connects prospective dog owners with canines looking for a home from the Ulster County SPCA. Sponsored by Kimlin Energy Services, Kingston Happenings will feature dogs available for adoption on its popular digital media channels, website, and weekly radio show on […]

Kingston Happenings collaboration with Kingston Wire in Kingston NY

Kingston Happenings is Collaborating!

Kingston Happenings* is excited to announce its collaboration with recently launched Kingston Wire to share content and robust digital media channels to ensure everyone is even more aware of what’s happening in the Kingston area! Kingston Wire is a digital news publication focused on local reporting by objective and experienced Hudson Valley journalists covering city […]

Snowflake Festival 2019: In Case You Missed It (video)

Republished from Dec., 2019 This year’s Snowflake Festival was bigger and better than ever, with more acts and entertainment, expanded spaces and places, and more fun. The weather was just right for KUBA’s annual community event. Everyone waited patiently for Mrs. Claus, Santa Claus, and the elves to arrive on the antique fire engine. The […]

Foodie Paradiso: A Sense of the Sea at the Sea Deli

By contributing writer: Lynn Woods For 40 years, the New York Sea Deli has been selling fresh fish from its long glass display case or served in sandwiches and on bountiful platters in the adjacent restaurant. The rough board-sided walls in the restaurant and colorful fishermen’s floats, a lobster trap, a model whale, a stuffed […]

The B-52s’, Kate Pierson, is Bringing Her “Guitars and Microphones” to Uptown Kingston

It’s not often that someone with the stature of a Kate Pierson can be seen in a venue that enables an ‘up close and personal’ experience with the artist, but fortunately fans will be able to do just that on Feb. 24 at BSP in Uptown Kingston. One of the founding mothers of the B-52s'(and […]