Matthew Perry


Jul. 28, 2011
The staff of Delaware County's Office of the Aging.  Retiring director Tom Briggs is the gentleman sitting on the right.  Photo via Delaware County New York website.  The Delaware County Board of Supervisors had a short docket for July -- nine... Read more
Jul. 18, 2011
This lovely four-bedroom, two-bath house in New Kingston--between Margaretville and Andes--is available for rent, starting August or September (dates flexible). It's a classic American four-square from 1914, with original woodwork and detailing... Read more
Jul. 15, 2011
Photo by Flickr user Alina Sofia. It's a renaissance weekend for theaters in the Catskills. At the Woodstock Playhouse, the first summer stock season on the safe side of foreclosure continues.  In Tannersville, the expansion and renovation of The Orpheum... Read more
Jul. 15, 2011
Video: Pitchfork Militia plays Jason's Upstairs Bar in Hudson, 2009. Tonight's lineup at the Bearsville Theater: Too much rock for one band. Fred Perry, owner of Reservoir Music Center in Shokan, is celebrating the fifth anniversary of his store's... Read more
Jul. 1, 2011
Looking for 2013 fireworks? Check out our Catskills Fourth of July Guide here. -- Ed Photo via Flickr user bayasaa. So many fireworks, so little time, so many miles to travel.  If you're seeking the rockets' red glare this weekend, you can find it in all... Read more
Jun. 30, 2011
Last year's Taste of the Catskills festival. Photo via the Taste of the Catskills website. Whatever defines the Catskills for you – food, livestock, music, authentic agricultural settings – it’s likely that some version of it can be found at Taste of the... Read more
Jun. 29, 2011
Above: Hugh Timoney, Lissa Sidoli, Angelina Fiordellisi, Peter Gaitens, Zena Gurbo and Patricia Buckley rehearse a scene from Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit at Franklin Stage Company. Photo by Steve Monosson. Tonight, the Franklin Stage Company begins a run... Read more
Jun. 23, 2011
Illustration by Flickr user Colin Dunn. Published under Creative Commons license. With the passage of three resolutions, the Delaware County Board of Supervisors effectively privatized a large portion of the county's public health functions last night at... Read more
Jun. 17, 2011
  The Daily Freeman reports that the town boards of Esopus and Saugerties each voted unanimously to keep the Golden Hill Health Care Center, a Kingston nursing home under Ulster County ownership and control.  These were the latest salvos fired in a... Read more
Jun. 9, 2011
Shandaken police and the Ulster Region Gang Enforcement Narcotics Team (URGENT) have reported that another arrest has been made in what is shaping up to be a busy spring for regional narcotics enforcement.  Yesterday Adam A. Demskie was picked up in... Read more
May. 27, 2011
Hobart, a "book village" that has been long established as the Delaware County hub for bibliophiles, is celebrating Memorial Day with a village-wide book sale and the grand opening of a new bookstore on Main Street. Tomorrow, the brand-new Mysteries... Read more
May. 27, 2011
Leave your power boat at home, and never mind Triple Crown horse racing.  In Tannersville this Saturday, a flotilla of rubber ducks, 500 strong, will jockey for position in the Rubber Duck Race on Gooseberry Creek, until the best of the best crosses the... Read more
May. 27, 2011
A ger is a portable, wood-framed dwelling that is typically found in the Central Asian steppes. (You may know it as a yurt, which is the Russian word; ger is Mongolian.)  On Saturday, however, the Michael Kudish Natural History Preserve in Stamford will... Read more
May. 27, 2011
This Memorial Day weekend the Walton Historical Society will sponsor a real-time trip to Civil War-era camps and battlefields at the Delaware County Fairgrounds.  The Blue and the Gray will pitch their tents on Friday, May 27, march through the village... Read more
May. 26, 2011
The traditional and the new will be in evidence as Andes kicks off summer with a typically busy Memorial Day weekend.  Tay Home will celebrate its expansive new digs at 131 Main Street with a Grand Opening Party on Saturday.  Rain or shine, the town's... Read more
May. 26, 2011
Michael Whaling is a polymath -- the Oneonta Daily Star describes him as a 'carpenter, painter, stone mason, environmentalist'.  It is his work with stone that is described in his new book, 'The Garden Wall at Beekman Farm', an account of his painstaking... Read more