“If you don’t go in right, you could get severely hurt.  It’s not a sport for the faint of heart,” said Joe Sellars, 45, owner and founder of AirAboveWater.com, a worldwide cliff-jumping database.  “You can die cliff jumping.” Leaping over jagged cliffs into the unknown waters below seems like cruel and […]

Nestled in the hills of the Hudson Valley is the town of Rosendale.  This seemingly sleepy town overflows with creative professionals that connect with its artsy independent vibe.  In the center of Main St. is the Rosendale Theatre, a cultural and economic hub for the town. Before the theatre opened […]

Students interested in a job with the government should have been at Vassar this past Wednesday.  The Mid-Hudson Career Consortium held its first Government/Public Service Career Fair at Vassar College on Wednesday, March 2.  With 18 organizations spread over the military, various federal agencies and local and state governments registered […]

“Welcome to Snug Harbor, home of pirates, sailors, mercenaries and artists.”  A brilliant introduction to Wednesday nights on lower Main Street by a musician known as Road Kill Brother Number Three. Snug Harbor was packed Feb. 23 with artists and barflies alike at its first ever Drawing Night Art Show. Starting […]

  Since leaving Ulster County over 30 years ago, Renée Byer has become the senior photojournalist at the Sacramento Bee, won a Pulitzer Prize as well as a number of other awards. During the spring 2010 semester, journalism students at SUNY New Paltz will get the privilege of welcoming her […]

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