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Roger Daltrey, Steve Miller, Peter Frampton Join Tanglewood Summer Lineup

(LENOX, Mass.) – Classic rockers Roger Daltrey, Steve Miller, and Peter Frampton have been added to Tanglewood’s summer lineup of popular artists, which already includes Stephen Stills and Judy Collins (6/17), Bela Fleck and the Flecktones (6/29), James Taylor (7/3 & 4), and Steve Martin and Martin Short (9/2). Following in the wake of his…

Rogovoy to Explore Future of Local Journalism with Expert Panel

(HUDSON, N.Y.) – Seth Rogovoy will be one of eight career journalists and educators who will explore “The Future of Local Journalism” in a panel discussion at Columbia-Greene Community College on Wednesday, March 7, at 7pm. Other panelists include David Scribner of the Berkshire Edge; Jimmy Buff of Radio Kingston; and Enid Futterman of imby.…

Funk-Poet Everton Sylvester to Bring Spoken Word and Reggae to Helsinki Hudson

(HUDSON, N.Y.) – Jamaican-born funk-poet Everton Sylvester and Searching for Banjo bring their unique blend of spoken word and deep reggae grooves to Club Helsinki Hudson on Sunday, December 3, at 7pm, as part of the monthly “Rogovoy Salon” music, literary, and art series curated and hosted by cultural journalist Seth Rogovoy. Sylvester’s song-poems recount…

Slam Poet Taylor Mali to Bring Spoken Word to Helsinki Hudson

(HUDSON, N.Y.) – Champion slam poet Taylor Mali brings his tender and funny spoken word art to Club Helsinki Hudson on Sunday, November 12, at 7pm, as part of the monthly “Rogovoy Salon” music, literary, and art series curated and hosted by cultural journalist Seth Rogovoy. Author-poet Taylor Mali is one of the few genuine…

Don’t Mock Jared Kushner for Identifying as a Woman

JARED KUSHNER was the subject of much mockery in the media yesterday, due to the discovery that he checked the box that says “female“ on her voter registration form. I say if Kushner wants to identify as a woman, then all power to her, and we should respect her wishes.            

When Will Hudson Take a Bite Out of Crime?

ONCE AGAIN HUDSON POLICE CHIEF L. Edward Moore stood before a group of citizens and asked for patience as police continue their investigation into seven shootings in the city over the past four months, including one where a man was killed in August. Moore’s appeal came at a monthly meeting of the Police Committee of the Hudson Common…