Thursday, April 30, 2015

A history of rebirth

The Shirt Factory apartment complex, at left.
A trek through Kingston reveals its rebirth, as old buildings find new lives and progress looks as promisingly clear as a late April sky. It's sketchy here and there, but the potential is transparently obvious. It's pretty much every week that I hear people talking about the city's renaissance, in those very words, and those positive voices are finally drowning out the usual complaints.

Weird game with no fans:

Weird beer made of sewage.
Weird website trying to guess your age.

The Four:
Town of Ulster Supervisor James Quigley doesn't know how to quit. 
* This is why we can't have nice things. 
* These are nice. 
* This New York governor came to Saugerties for dinner. 
One (New York Times Dot) cat:

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