This Week in Chelsea: January 18-24, 2021

This Week in Chelsea: January 18-24, 2021

Hudson Guild Theatre Company Seeks Talent for New Online Showcase | Live performances are on hold until their theatre can safely reopen–but that hasn’t stopped Hudson Guild from nurturing new talent. Set to broadcast monthly through June, Talent Jam! is a new virtual showcase presented on the Guild’s YouTube channel. Each episode will feature 2-3 […]

Talking Turkey about Truro

Talking Turkey about Truro

Longtime Chelsea resident Pamela Wolff, currently ensconced in Truro, MA, sent us this view from her pillow, upon opening her eyes. This is not an unusual occurrence, noted Wolff, who said more often than not, at least two of the area’s four juvenile wild turkeys are there in the morning. “They give me a little […]

This Week in Chelsea: January 11-17, 2021

This Week in Chelsea: January 11-17, 2021

Hudson Guild Theatre Company Seeks Talent for New Online Showcase | Live performances are on hold until their theatre can safely reopen–but that hasn’t stopped Hudson Guild from nurturing new talent. Set to broadcast monthly through June, Talent Jam! is a new virtual showcase presented on the Guild’s YouTube channel. Each episode will feature 2-3 […]

Meet the Candidates for Manhattan District Attorney

Meet the Candidates for Manhattan District Attorney

TEXT BY DONATHAN SALKALN | Without a doubt, the current Manhattan District Attorney—Cyrus Vance Jr.—tattooed a big target on his own back when, in 2011, he directed his office to convince NYS acting Supreme Court Justice Ruth Pickholz to reduce financier Jeffrey Epstein’s sex offender status down from his level-three status (high risk of repeat […]

Up the Taconic, In the EV, On Your Screen: Nutcrackers Near and Far

Up the Taconic, In the EV, On Your Screen: Nutcrackers Near and Far

BY ELIZABETH ZIMMER | The rich, F. Scott Fitzgerald once famously wrote, are different from you and me. This month, the well-heeled who possess adequate private transportation (and some essential workers, and members of area families hard-hit by the pandemic) might be able enjoy the seasonal delights of a new Nutcracker ballet, produced in full […]

An Answer From Above (Albany,) to Save Our Burning Planet

An Answer From Above (Albany,) to Save Our Burning Planet

BY DONATHAN SALKALN | With the New York State Legislature obtaining an absolute democratic majority, one that would withstand a veto by Governor Andrew Cuomo, many progressive movements are mobilizing to advance legislation in the upcoming session in Albany. One such progressive bill being considered is Parker-Cahill Bill S3608/A39, calling for a tax on all […]

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