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Mirna Bamieh's Palestine Hosting Society Reclaims Cuisine—And Cultural Identity

Mirna Bamieh's Palestine Hosting Society Reclaims Cuisine—And Cultural Identity

The Palestinian Hosting Society, which began as a way to share Palestinian cultural identity, has developed into a way to return agency to a displaced people.

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A Heaping Handful of Hudson Valley Happenings

The weather is turning colder, but we’ve got all of your hot Hudson Valley action right here. Readings, rock ’n’ roll, and renewable energy—plus more!

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5 November Events in the Hudson Valley

November’s Hudson Valley cornucopia brings jazz, film, maritime model making, a celebrated explorer and TV host, and—despite Halloween being last week—more zombies!

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Remembering Poet-Scholar Pauline Uchmanowicz (1957-2019)

Remembering Pauline Uchmanowicz, an accomplished scholar and poet and frequent contributing writer for numerous Chronogram pieces.

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9 Things to Do this November in the Hudson Valley

A list of 10 happenings this November in the Hudson Valley.

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A Haunting Handful of Hudson Valley Happenings

Boo! Along with some other fun picks, here’s a couple of spooky happenings with which to haunt your week here in the Hudson Valley. Happy Halloween!

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Five Fall Festivities in the Hudson Valley

On the ticket in the coming weeks: modern dance, locally made artisan gifts, surreal puppetry, fine jazz, and one of the area’s longest-running food festivals.

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A Very, Very, Very Fine Haus

New Paltz’s Haus of Peculiar Brings Family, Advocacy, and Art to the Local Drag Scene
Nearly nude bodies and fully beat faces in a wild rumpus finale set to Lady Gaga concludes another group performance at BSP in Kingston—but the heartbeat of Hudson Valley drag lies beyond the stage and back home. For those involved in the scene, drag takes on a unique and personal meaning for each individual.

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Autumnal Activities in the Hudson Valley

The leaves are turning brilliant hues of orange and red. The kids (and the kids at heart) are contemplating their costumes. And all of us are trying to figure out if we need a sweater under that light jacket. It can only mean one thing: Mid-October is upon us. Here’s some stuff to do.

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Art, Work, and Play: Small Bands of Misbehavior at Studio929canal

Courtenay Williams and Kai Lee have spent more than a decade “creating environments, transforming spaces, strengthening context, and shaping experiences.” As the award-winning duo behind Small Bands of Misbehavior—a production design, art direction, and creative direction studio based out of New York and Los Angeles—they’ve taken their talents in creative problem solving and storytelling to enhance branding for clients ranging from Lululemon and Bank of America to Google and Sesame Street.  This all means, of course, that they work in the realm of multimedia—commercials, photo shoots, graphics, television, and film—but they also leverage their instincts as artists to lend their talents to custom fabrication, experiential marketing, art installations, and live events. 

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Five October Events in the Hudson Valley

An indie rock icon, some innovative abstract sculpture, a 1920s silent horror film, and chances to dig some blues while cruising the Hudson and sample some craft beer at the 1969 Woodstock Festival site. See all of these event picks below—and see our event listings for more fun fall fare.

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Five Fabulous October Events in the Hudson Valley

Add these plum picks to your Fun Stuff to Do This Month list: a street festival, live music, a gallery opening, and a whale of a one-man show.

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8 Things to Do and See in the Hudson Valley this October

An exciting guide of happening this October.

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Five Essential Hudson Valley Events for Late September

Laughs, libations, and live music, what else do you need? How about some garlic on that? It's all here in this week’s grab bag of local goodness.

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Movement Captured: Choreography of Ted Shawn and Merce Cunningham @ Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College

Movement Captured: Choreography of Ted Shawn and Merce Cunningham

Thu., Nov. 14, 5:30 p.m. — Emilie Gerrity, soloist with the New York City Ballet, will present "Summerspace"...

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