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Sportswriter Rick Reilly has met with Writers Institute Director Paul Grondahl to share how he is keeping busy during the coronavirus outbreak, and the loss of sports during the pandemic.

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As the Covid 19 situation continues to evolve, we regret to inform our subscribers and supporters that

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Joseph Losey’s cool, elegant 1977 thriller “Mr. Klein” (reissued to theaters late last year and soon to be released on DVD in the Criterion Collection) is, like many of his movies, a slow walk through a labyrinth of gradually developing dread.

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The last movie I saw in a theater was “Portrait of a Lady on Fire.” It’s a mellow, smooth masterpiece about women in love, women who are inspired by art and, most important, women who look after each other. It may be the last movie I see in a theater for a long time.

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Back in 1965, set designer-turned-director Daniel Haller scored a minor hit with “Die, Monster, Die,” a science-fiction horror film starring Boris Karloff as a scientist experimenting with the cosmic powers of a strange meteor. Twenty-two years later, this film was remade as “The Curse,” a d…

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RHINEBECK — Clinton Community Library is excited to present More Tales from the Hudson Valley, an evening of live storytelling for adults, on Saturday, March 21, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. at the Clinton Town Hall, 1215 Centre Road, Rhinebeck, NY. Four local storytellers from the Ancram Opera House …

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CHATHAM — This spring, join PS21 as we shine a light on the newest in contemporary flamenco, the gorgeous Spanish artform encompassing music, dance, and song. This isn’t the touristy variety you’ll find at restaurants and bars on Barcelona’s famous Ramblas, but rather the true artists of the…

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Was the world clamoring for another movie version of Jane Austen’s “Emma.”? The novel’s plot has a lot of miles on it and the possibilties for expansion are restricted. Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women” spiced up the wine in the old bottle. But Autumn de Wilde’s take on “EMMA.” does what it can …

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SAUGERTIES — On March 15, at 3 p.m., Saugerties Pro Musica will recognize Women’s History Month with a program titled “Celebrating Women Composers” by cellist Natasha Farny and pianist Eliran Avni, both associate professors of music at SUNY Fredonia, performing as Extasis Duo.