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This Saturday is Hudson’s Flag Day Parade. The day starts with entertainment, informational displays, and vendors at the 7th St. Park, which is followed by the Elks Annual Flag Day Ceremony. The parade will start at Green & State Street … Continue reading
Basilica SoundScape, the summer “antifestival” that takes place each year at Basilica Hudson, revealed a partial lineup today for this year’s show. The lineup so far includes Bing & Ruth, Blanck Mass, Emel Mathlouthi, Jlin, John Maus, Moor Mother, Priests, … Continue reading
This Saturday, the FASNY Museum of Firefighting is reviving the muster on the grounds of the Firemen’s Home in Hudson. This day of old-fashioned fun gets started with the first muster, which will coincide with the 125th Anniversary Celebration at … Continue reading
Varla Jean Merman is a drag queen character created and portrayed by Jeffery Roberson, an actor, singer, and performer. Varla’s fictitious back story is that she is the daughter of Ernest Borgnine and Ethel Merman. Varla Jean has appeared on stage, screen, … Continue reading
The Hudson Valley region has frequently been referred to as the “Hamptons North”, but a recent article in BusinessInsider.com shows that our area is increasingly becoming The destination for vacations and second home purchases. According to the article, while Average home … Continue reading
Since 2007, The Spotty Dog Books & Ale, in Hudson, has hosted a bi-weekly Quiz Night. “Teams of up to four people compete against each other over four rounds of 15 questions, a worksheet of (usually) 20 questions, and four bonus … Continue reading
Local History Talk: The Proprietors and their Lasting Influence on the City of Hudson by Carl G. Whitbeck, Jr.
The Hudson Area Library History Room, as part of its Local History Speaker Series, presents The Proprietors and their Lasting Influence on the City of Hudson by Carl G. Whitbeck, Jr. Mr. Whitbeck, a local resident whose family has deep … Continue reading