The current “in-the-know” breakfast and lunch spot is Bodega Aguila Real. For $9.99 or less, you can eat a huge breakfast of eggs and/or pancakes. For $10-12, you can have yourself a huge plate of fried chicken (or other meat) potatoes and vegetables. They moved the shelves to make room for table-service dining!
Try them out! Green Street and Columbia – right across from the Olympic Torch and the horse trough.
O.G. Astrologer Jill Dearman is the author of Queer Astrology for Men and Queer Astrology for Women, the crime novels Jazzed, The Uncanny Case of Gilles/Jeannette (set in Hudson), and many other books. She analyzed the city of Hudson’s chart for Chronogram. Jill is also a PT Prof. of Writing at NYU. If you are interested in learning more about your chart, visit www.jilldearman.com.
Halloween night’s Mrs. Roper Romp was a huge success with about twenty Mrs. Ropers walking down Warren Street, looking for an open bar!
Mark Allen’s video work was showcased, you can view them on his you tube channel:
Susan Simon writes another timely piece this week, “Make Food, Not War”, and reviews three cookbooks on Israeli and Palestinian cuisine.
Events listed in Chronological Order (ish)
Thursday – Saturday – 7:30pm
Sunday – 2:00pm
Bridge Street Theatre, Catskill
November 10th – 19th
Friday & Saturdays at 7:30pm
Sundays at 3:00pm
The last outdoor market of the year is next weekend, November 17th.
NO MARKET Thanksgiving weekend.
The Farmers’ Market returns indoors at the Elks Lodge on Harry Howard
in December, opening at 10am – 1pm.
NO MARKET January. Market returns indoors in February.