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Soup, speak & sketch with Jean-Marc Superville Sovak in Beacon

“I am more interested in the experiential than the informational,” writes Jean-Marc Superville Sovak of his abstract works of art. They ask the viewer to observe and consider. For example, consider the facial…

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Bonamassa to perform at UPAC

Bonamassa: The name itself is polarizing. To some he is a young lama (now quite grown up), an heir to the inspiration of the fiery electric blues from Robert Johnson through Stevie Ray;…

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The Stacks play Rosendale Café

The moody, uncategorizable original Americana band the Stacks performs at the Rosendale Café on Saturday, January 16 at 8 p.m. Comprising veteran performers Andy Stack (Jonah Smith, Suzanne Vega, Duncan Sheik) and Tania…

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MLK Birthday Tribute in Woodstock this Sunday

Each January, the Town of Woodstock throws a bash celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with live music and inspirational speeches. The 26th annual Birthday Tribute will take place this…

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Culinary kicks off its cabaret series with Broadway-bound Olivia Lucy Phillip

To achieve stardom in musical theater, one needs not only a whole lot of acting, singing and dancing talent, but also a bit of audacity. In 2008, aspiring young British starlet Olivia Lucy…

Banjoist Tony Trischka  is a recognized figure in both old and newgrass.

Walt Michael and Tony Trischka to play Tannersville’s Orpheum

Folk music both profits and suffers from of its strong association with history and preservation. Its ties to the past are more conscious and functional than any other genre’s, as folk’s purpose is…

Works from Ruby Silvious’ project, “363 Days of Tea.” After the artist drinks her tea in the morning, she empties the tea bag of its contents and leaves it on a paper towel to dry. Some bags are opened up and worked on flat, the shape becoming an elongated rectangle with torn edges, while others are emptied without dismantling the structure of the bag, leaving the tag and staple intact. (photos by Ruby Silvious)

The art of tea: How Ruby Silvious’ morning-cup creations went viral

Artist and graphic designer Ruby Silvious had already been experimenting with painting on recycled materials – pistachio shells and eggshells, to name two – when one day she eyed the remains of her…

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Kids’ Almanac (Jan. 14-21)

Party Bangladeshi-style, pet a Dalmatian, play with paints or shoot a flintlock on snowshoes   “Let us realize the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” – Reverend…

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Sam Kogon to play free concert at BSP in Kingston

On 2015’s Before You Knew Me (Seagreen Records), Rhinebeck native and New York City resident Sam Kogon goes all-in on a kind of psychedelic, carefully arranged, retro guitar pop that hasn’t ruled the…

Pee Wee Ellis (photo by Hollis King)

Pee Wee Ellis to front Amrod Brothers at free Bearsville concert

The Bearsville Theater presents a free concert with the Amrod Brothers featuring Alfred “Pee Wee” Ellis on Sunday, January 10 at 6:30 p.m. Pee Wee Ellis played with the James Brown Revue from 1965 to…

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