Gedney Farm exhibits sculpture by artist Susan Clinard New Marlborough — On Saturday, July 11, from 1 to 8 p.m., Gedney Farm will host an opening reception for “Reflection on Our Times,” a show of sculpture by New Haven, Connecticut, artist Susan Clinard. Award-winning artist Clinard’s emotionally provocative work has been exhibited in public domains
Mac-Haydn Theatre launches ‘In the Meantime’ webcast series Chatham, N.Y. — Mac-Haydn Theatre has announced the launch of “In the Meantime,” a weekly webcast series hosted by producing artistic director John Saunders, as part of the Mac-Haydn Online virtual programming initiative. The series will premiere Friday, May 22, at noon and continue subsequent Fridays at
The reimagined format replaces the original ArtWeek, which would have featured almost 800 creative events in over 170 communities across the state, including many free events for families, children, residents and visitors.
Since it is not currently possible to gather at the museum due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19, the workshops have been reimagined and the public is invited to make art on the meaning of home while they are at home.
Lorinda was the first woman elected to the Unites States Telephone Association board of directors as well as chairperson of USTA’s Government Relations Committee, testifying on behalf of the telecommunications industry before the U.S. Congress, receiving an award from USTA for her service.
November 4 -17, 2019 Mount Washington — There, to the left, 20 feet above the ground, see a great bird with broad black wings folding into a V for landing, as a woodpecker would, vertically on the trunk of a tree. Yes, it is the pileated woodpecker! But the magnificent bird, a foot and a
Last week, on the eve of the deepest chill and wind chill of the season, I reached into reserves of dogged determination to secure my harvest of fennel, dill, peppers, French sorrel, amaranth and most of the turnips.
Prior to co-founding Free Speech For People, John Bonifaz served as the executive director and general counsel of the National Voting Rights Institute, and as the legal director of Voter Action, a national election integrity organization.
An independent study submitted to the town in 2012 by a building consultant found that any developer looking to renovate the school is facing a liability of at least $850,000 in required remediation of just the asbestos and lead paint hazards.
“To grow healthy food requires a vibrant diversity of plants, animals and soil life. These form the immune system of your land that together help each other to sustain the farm. The soil we work with as part of a farm organism needs our help to be healthy.”
— Lia Babitch, seed garden manager at Turtle Tree Seed