Single in the Suburbs: Starting Over
Posted 1 year ago

 
Please welcome our new anonymous writer of our popular column Single in the Suburbs.  Our previous 2 writers have graduated out of the column after finding themselves in relationships.  Read on…

Single in the Suburbs: Starting Over
Girls’ Night Out on the Cheap
Posted 2 years ago

by Alyson M. Komyanek
Anyone else feeling the pinch from the tax increase hitting your pocketbook this year? I don't know about you, but even with my 2% raise this winter,…

Miss Funny Money: Girls’ Night Out on the Che…
Diving For Perfection
Posted 2 years ago

Today we would like to tell you about a young Ulster County man- Kyle Kaznowski. Kyle graduated from Kingston High School in June 2009, while in attendance there, he participated…

Diving For Perfection
Nominations: Happening Kid Happening Hero Wanted
Posted 3 years ago

Ulster Happening is looking for our readers to nominate a “Happening Kid” and “Happening Hero”.
To nominate a person, you can go to our form located at ulster.happeningmag.com click on contribute…

Nominations:  Happening Kid  Happening Hero W…
Restaurant Review: Stella's Station
Posted 3 years ago

By:  Steven W. Kaznowski Being a long time resident of Ulster County I enjoy traveling about and trying different restaurants through out the area. Stella’s Station located at Partition Street in…

Restaurant Review:  Stella’s Station
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Cooking Corner: Cilantro Lime Fish

Cooking Corner: Cilantro Lime Fish

by Erin McNelis I bought a bag of limes last week at the grocery store because I thought they would look pretty in a glass bowl I have. They did look pretty, nestled in between a few clementines we hadn’t yet eaten. It brought a little color into the kitchen, and this gray time of […]

Trafina Ceja

Local Wins Planetree Award for Innovation in Patient Care

HRHCare (Hudson River HealthCare), a nonprofit, federally qualified healthcare system offering a range of medical services for underserved communities throughout the Hudson Valley and Long Island, is proud to announce that patient representative Trafina Ceja will be presented with the Planetree Innovation Award. This award is presented by the HRHCare Planetree Institute to exemplary employees […]

Ulster County native working behind the scene on new web series

Ulster County native working behind the scene on new web series

Destination Hudson Valley…See, Eat, Do is a new lifestyle show that takes viewers on a town-by-town day trip touring interesting things to see, eat and do in the Hudson Valley. Lifestyle Host, Model and home-grown Hudson Valley resident, Amy Freinberg is the host and tour guide, showing viewers what there is to see, eat and […]

Miss Money Funny: Cheap Meals for the Busy Working Type

Miss Money Funny: Cheap Meals for the Busy Working Type

by Alyson M. Komyanek Last month, I told you how I purchased my first house, but saving up for the downpayment was only the beginning. With mortgage payments on my mind, I’m sharing my favorite budget friendly cooking secrets. Check out 4 of my favorite simple and cheap meals: Sausage, Peppers and Onions I like this […]

The Starter Mom: The Thankful Mother

The Starter Mom: The Thankful Mother

by Nicole Loughan  The early Black Friday sales are starting again and I can’t help but be a little annoyed at the creeping in of holiday shopping on a family holiday. Perhaps I am more sensitive than most because of my past Thanksgiving experiences. Just a few years ago I worked every Thanksgiving instead of […]

Gifts without the Guilt

Gifts without the Guilt

by Allison M. Komyanek  Why is Christmas referred to as “the season of giving” when, in reality, the buying never seems to end? With Birthdays, showers, weddings, graduations, births, anniversaries…the list of gift giving occasions goes on and on. So, how does someone on a tight budget give presents to so many different people for so many different special […]

Starter Mom: A New Development

Starter Mom: A New Development

 By Nicole Loughan While surfing the net the other day I came across an article titled, “What every four-year-old should know.” I clicked on it for a play by play list of what my four-year-old should be doing, items like being able to count to twenty, knowing all of the colors and the alphabet, but […]

Touch-A-Truck Flyer

2nd Annual Kingston Touch-A-Truck

The Junior League of Kingston will present its 2nd Annual Touch-a-Truck event on Sunday, September 28 from 11:00a.m-4:00p.m at Forsyth Park. The cost is $5 per person – admission for children aged 2 and under is complimentary with a paying adult. All proceeds from this fundraiser will support the Junior League’s major project to rebuild […]

Top Spots to Host a Memorable Birthday Parties from the Starter Mom

Top Spots to Host a Memorable Birthday Parties from the Starter Mom

by Nicole Loughan There is one way to party that will keep your house clean, your floors free of damage and your yard free of clutter. These parties’ keep you stress free and give the worry of prep work and clean up to somebody else.  If you want this type of party nirvana, step back […]

Storytime for grownups: Get your geek on

Storytime for grownups: Get your geek on

by Nicole Loughan Geek culture has become chic and with it, geeky reading. The evidence is clear; open reading of sword and sorcery fantasy like “Game of Thrones” and comic book based shows going main stream like “The Walking Dead.” Geek culture is hot right now, need more proof one of the most popular shows on T.V. “The […]