A Magazine About Food, Art & Exchange In Midtown Kingston, Published By The Hudson Valley Current.

MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: EVERYDAY MAGICK SHOP

It never hurts to have some magick on your side. Note the spelling: we’re not talking about magic tricks, such as those performed by Harry Houdini, David Blaine or Penn and Teller (although it’s probably fun having them on your side, too). Those folks do illusions. Magick is the real deal, the art of lining […]

FALLING IN LOVE WITH POSSIBILITIES

Potential greatness always shows up small at first. The trees start their springtime with tiny buds, a hint of purplish red in the woods before that blast of golden green. Baby birds and lots of animals start out looking completely ridiculous and mature into eagles and cats. Love starts with a few sentences, a shared […]

MIDTOWN TALKING: What would you do with a million dollars?

A philosophical question we’d like to discuss. Midtown Lively hit the streets to hear from neighbors and visitors. We appreciate and value what the Midtown community is saying. Here are some of their opinions: If I had a million dollars I would carry on with helping some of the needy people to change their lives, […]

GRAVITATING ABUNDANCE

Gravitating abundance is bringing good things into your life, and sharing that with others. I would like to share with you some good things that have happened to me during Summer, and how to gravitate abundance yourself. First off, I went to overnight summer camp for the first time! It was a lot of fun. […]

MidHudson Fuel Buying Co-op: Discounted Home Heating Oil and Propane

As the Ulster County-based Mid-Hudson Fuel Buying Co-op enters its seventh year, it is expecting another huge rise in membership, especially outside Ulster county. Last year saw new members in Dutchess, Orange, Greene, Sullivan, and Columbia counties and the co-op admin team expects more growth outside Ulster county this summer. “The co-op has mainly grown […]

Briefs & Opportunities

6 Time World Pizza Champion Better known as the ‘Pizza Geek” or the “Dough Boy”, 6th time world pizza champion Bruno DiFabio has just opened up a new restaurant in Newburg. Founder of the International School of Pizza and owner of over 10 successful pizza restaurants across the United States, DiFabio has brought his latest […]

Positive News Briefs

Research shows that we start to become what we focus on in life. Check out the wonderful things our neighbors are up to.   Kingston’s First Distinguished Artist Awardees Kingston Mayor Steve Noble presented the city’s first Distinguished Artist Award in a mid-April City Hall event to artist and poet Julie Hedrick and composer Peter […]

Positive News Briefs

Research shows that we start to become what we focus on in life. Check out the wonderful things our neighbors are up to. New Citizens Welcomed     Approximately 52 new citizens took their Oaths of Allegiance to become Americans in a naturalization ceremony at the Ulster County Courthouse last month. Participating were the Kingston […]

Positive News Briefs & Opportunities

Research shows that we start to become what we focus on in life. Check out the wonderful things our neighbors are up to. New REDC Funding Announced The state announced more than $755 million in economic and community development funding through its Regional Economic Development Council initiative just before the holidays, with the Hudson Valley […]

Positive News Brief

Research shows that we start to become what we focus on in life. Check out the wonderful things our neighbors are up to. Anchor Party Boosts Current Visibility in Kingston     Country Wisdom News’ parent organization, the Hudson Valley Current, held a mixer on a Monday night in mid-November to introduce the local currency’s […]

Positive News Briefs

  Research shows that we start to become what we focus on in life. Doubling Down On Climate Change Efforts     New York and the eight other states participating in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative are proposing to update their multi-state effort to lower carbon pollution by reducing the cap on power plant emissions […]