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Nick Paumgarten: David Rothenberg's cicada music.
Yes, the cicadas are here, or somewhere, anyway. This would be Brood II of the periodical seventeen-year cicada Magicicada septendecim , last seen on the Mid-Atlantic Coast in 1996.
Clearwater Festival celebrates 35th anniversary as The Great Hudson River Revival
The Sloop Clearwater sails in the background of the Hudson Stage at the 2012 Clearwater Festival at Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson.
Postal Service move to kill jobs, union says
A pushed-up date to consolidate operations at the Mid-Hudson Processing & Delivery Center could ship hundreds of well-paying jobs away from the mid-Hudson Valley, a representative for the local postal workers' union said.
Engagements: Michele Markey & Scott Hayden
The groom's parents are Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hayden. Michele graduated from Haldane in 2007.
Maloney backs postal workers' push to save Stewart plant
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney stood under the one small shelter available at a postal workers' rally Friday and promised to "stick with this fight" as long as necessary.
Town Crier Cafe hosts last concert in Pawling
The Grand Slambovians will perform at the Town Crier Cafe in Pawling on Sunday, June 9, as the last concert at the venue before it moves to a new location in Beacon.
Composer makes music to a cicada beat
David Rothenberg of Cold Spring, N.Y., an author and musician, plays music with periodic cicadas in the Midwest in 2011.
Hudson Bureau Confidential: Local student's photo will be displayed in US Capitol
U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-Cold Spring, announced the winners for the 18th Congressional District in this year's Congressional Art Competition.