Tuesday, May 4, 2010

More Hudson Valley Twitterverse*

* Now featuring the just-released Blackbird Pie and 100 percent high-fructose corn syrup.

- The Kingston Neighborhood Watch is looking for people who can write words like "posting."

The watch is looking for a member to step up and help us with blog psoting. If you have the time and writing... http://fb.me/x0jKGFNhless than a minute ago via Facebook

- The Woodstock Film Festival hosts a screening that's not in Woodstock.

HOLY ROLLERS at Soho House WFF Benefit on Thursday May 6. http://www.woodstockfilmfestival.com/cart/sohohouse.phpless than a minute ago via web

- Alderman Tom Hoffay doesn't have sweat glands.

@DailyFreeman swimming....swimming....not "sweating"less than a minute ago via web

- Dutchess Tourism's rack is massive.

The Hyde Park Trails and Podcast brochure is now available in the brochure rack. http://bit.ly/bCAmgHless than a minute ago via TweetDeck

- Unemployment solved! U.S. Rep Maurice Hinchey has helped create 10 jobs.

I'm headed to Highland, NY to break ground on Phase II of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail - a Recovery Act project to create 10 local jobs!less than a minute ago via web

- The Bearsville theater can't wait for its pornos.

Looking forward to @TheNewPornos w/Will Sheff ~Th, 8pm~ http://tinyurl.com/BearsvilleTheater It'll be slammin' !less than a minute ago via web

- Dragon Search's Claudia D'Arcy has a geographical beef with the Ulster County Development Corp.

Wondering why @ulsterny invited so many out of towners to speak here? Nothing against @BrianReich, but we got home grown social media folks.less than a minute ago via Tweetie

- Ulster County Community College advertises how to stop classes from happening.

The College is closed until Noon today. A car hit a nearby pole and we have no... http://www.facebook.com/sunyulster/posts/119233568100527less than a minute ago via Facebook

- The Culinary Institute of America can't find commencement speakers and/or has a dean that likes to talk a lot.

CIA Dean Holds Record for Presiding Over Most College Commencements http://bit.ly/bLWydQless than a minute ago via TypePad