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Five Hudson Valley Happenings This Week (Online and Offline)

Stay safe and have fun as you enjoy these selected activities.

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Laugh into 2020 with These Six Hudson Valley Comedy Shows

Laughter may not heal wounds or cure cancer, but it sure is a nice balm to whatever troubles you. Whether you had a good, bad, or aggressively mediocre year, these six upcoming comedy shows in the Hudson Valley will help you cross the 2019 finish line in stitches.

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Lea DeLaria Stars in "Oh F*ck It's Christmas"

An Irreverent Holiday Show at the Fisher Center
An interview with Lea DeLaria of the hit Netflix show 'Orange is the New Black' who will be performing her irreverent holiday show at Bard on 12/8.

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Emo Philips at the Beverly on October 19

Comedian Emo Phillips performs in Kingston this month.

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Talking the Tightrope: A Q&A with Adrienne Truscott About Dangerous Stand-Up

Chronogram editor Brian K. Mahoney interviews performance artist and comedian Adrienne Truscott at her property in Tivoli in early August, a week after attending her one-woman show, “Asking For It: A One-Lady Rape About Comedy Starring Her Pussy and Little Else!” at Bard Spiegeltent.

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Essential Cinema: "Firefighers Select" Catnip Nation @ PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century

Essential Cinema: "Firefighers Select" Catnip Nation

Thu., July 16, 7-9 p.m. — PS21 has invited members of the local fire companies and other first...
Calidore String Quartet: Livestream @

Calidore String Quartet: Livestream

Thu., July 16, 7 p.m. — Praised by The New York Times for its “deep reserves of virtuosity...

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