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The faces and places of Kingston, Stone Ridge, and Hurley.
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Suzanne Hauspurg, director of the Ulster County Historical Society, at The Bevier House, in Ulster County. The Victorian parlor displays paintings by Julia Dillon, a lifelong Kingston-resident and trailblazer in the women’s art movement, and Jervis McEntee, her cousin, a renowned Hudson River School painter.
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The Bevier House in Ulster County includes rooms decorated with Victorian-period furniture from the Elting, Bevier, and Hasbrouck families.
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The Bevier House, first settled in the 1680s and donated to the UCHS by the Bevier family in 1935, opened as a museum in 1965.
The Bevier House Museum and Library in Marbletown.
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The Bevier House Museum and Library in Marbletown.
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Tim Cranston, teacher at the Bevier House Museum and Library in Marbletown.
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The Begotten play the BSP Lounge in Kingston.
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Kelly Lawrence and Zander Seaman at Stone Ridge Public Library in Stone Ridge.
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Julie Bowman, owner of Jack and Luna's Cafe in Stone Ridge, with Eva Lopez.
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Johnny Ye, owner of Momiji Restaurant in Stone Ridge, with his daughter Chloe and a sashimi plate with jumbo sweet shrimp.
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Val Nekos serves up 34 oz. beers at Hurley Mountain Inn Restaurant in Hurley.
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Gabriel and Elsa Vasquez at Gabriel's Cafe in Kingston.
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Abby Heijnen, Alexia Rodriguez, and Tanya Robie at MAMA in Stone Ridge.
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Wide/way by Adie Russell, part of the ArtBridge: Kingston installation in Midtown.
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Roy Gumpel
Suzanne Hauspurg, director of the Ulster County Historical Society, at The Bevier House, in Ulster County. The Victorian parlor displays paintings by Julia Dillon, a lifelong Kingston-resident and trailblazer in the women’s art movement, and Jervis McEntee, her cousin, a renowned Hudson River School painter.

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