Posted on 17 December 2014 | Comments Off
Congratulations to Lili and Loo. 2014 Eggnog Champion.
Congratulations to all the contestants for a spirited competition and remember
There’s always next year.
Posted on 25 November 2014 | Comments Off
Join us BeLo3rd during the Hudson Opera House’s Warren Street extravaganza, Winter Walk, for our 5th annual Eggnog Challenge. Hours: 5-8 pm, Saturday, December 6.
Grab a ballot at any participating location – you’ll also find them all around town. During Winter Walk, visit our 9 locations serving a variety of eggnogs. TRY THEM ALL!! After you vote, drop your ballot off at any participating location. Winner gets bragging rights for a year.
Posted on 16 November 2014 | Comments Off
Big thanks to the following for great tastings at all the galleries BeLo3rd: DA|BA, app.eritivi, River City Essentials, Vico Restaurant, Bruno’s, (pm) wine bar, Tanzy’s, Cafe Le Perche, Verdigris Tea & Chocolate Bar
Posted on 30 October 2014 | Comments Off
Ten Galleries will be hosting openings and receptions on Warren and Front St. Saturday evening, Nov 15. In our final DINE ART of the year, restaurant tastings from 9 Belo3rd establishments will be featured at the galleries. Participating restaurants include Bruno’s, (pm) wine bar, app.eritivi, Tanzy’s, Cafe Le Perche, Vico, Verdigris Tea and Chocolate Bar, DA|BA, and River City Essentials. Participating galleries include Geoffrey Good, J. Damiani Gallery, Gallery at Tommy’s, FRG Objects and Design, Rose Gallery Fine Art, BCB Art, Jeff Bailey Gallery, Limner Gallery, Davis Orton Gallery and Chamber of Commerce Gallery.
Posted on 21 October 2014 | Comments Off
Thursday, October 23
Ask the Experts – Small Business Roundtable for entrepreneurs just starting out and small business owners looking for higher levels of success – Topics and speakers include “Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Incorporations, and Limited Liability Companies” by attorney Kristal Heinz; “How to Find the Right Capital to Fund Your Business” by Nathan Winch from Kinderhook Bank; and “Small Business Bookkeeping & Paying the Taxman,” by A. Michael Bucci and N. Therese Wolfe from the accounting firm of Pattison, Koskey, Howe & Bucci – Hosted by the Columbia Economic Development Corporation and the Columbia County Clerk’s Office – There is no cost to attend but reservations are required – Call Carol Wilber at 828-4718 or e-mail her at email@example.com – From 8 to 11 am – Columbia County Chamber of Commerce, 1 North Front Street
Breast Health & Wellness – A Q&A with Dr. Samira Khera of Columbia Memorial Hospital and Dr. Constance Chen, a plastic surgeon based in New York City – Get your questions answered on breast health, cosmetic and medical breast reconstruction, and lymphedema surgery – Refreshments – Information at www.VerdigrisTea.com or 828-3139 – 5 to 7:30 pm – Verdigris Tea & Chocolate Bar, 135 Warren Street
Geronimo Getty with Woodsy Pride – Information at www.thehalfmoonhudson.com or 828-1562 – 8 pm – The Half Moon, 48 South Front Street
Saturday, October 25
Exhibition Opening – A Show of Heads – This annual show features the work of 25 contemporary artists—a diverse group of regional New York artists, artists from across America and artists from Canada, Israel and the Caribbean – Information atwww.www.limnergallery.com or 828-2343 – 5 to 7 pm – Limner Gallery, 123 Warren Street
Exhibition Opening – John Dilg:Paintings/Pete Schulte:Drawings – Work by Jered Sprecher is also on view – Exhibition on view through December 14 – Information at 828-6680 or www.baileygallery.com – 6 to 8 pm – Jeff Bailey Gallery, 127 Warren Street
Lia Ices, Last Good Tooth, and DJ Effie – Information at www.thehalfmoonhudson.com or 828-1562 – 8 pm – The Half Moon, 48 South Front Stree
September 12-14 BeLo3rd: Bassilica, Davis Orton Gallery, BCB ART, Bailey Gallery, Limner Gallery, Second Ward Foundation
Posted on 10 September 2014 | Comments Off
Friday to Sunday
Basilica SoundScape – Basilica Hudson, in collaboration with international music organizers Pitchfork and Leg Up Management, presents a full weekend program featuring a wide range of music and visual art – Ben Ratliff of The New York Times said of last year’s program: “More festivals, in idyllic destinations or not, should explicitly be this way: a declaration and a creative act, in which a lot of different kinds of musical and literary sensibilities, low-key or oblique or confrontational, barely out of the egg or middle-aged and experienced, can be made memorable by juxtaposition and setting.” > For full program listing, tickets, and further details, go to www.basilicasoundscape.com/ Information at www.basilicahudson.com – Basilica Hudson, 110 South Front Street
A Hudson Alley Tour – Herbalist Lauren Giambrone from the Good Fight Herb Company, will lead the tour and will identify wild urban plants and discuss how they can be processed and used to help maintain health – The tour begins at Verdigris Tea & Chocolate Bar and concludes at Verdigris with a complimentary herbal iced tea and further conversation about medicinal herbs – Reservations (required) and information at 828-3139 or e-mail VerdigrisTea@gmail.com – 5 pm – Verdigris Tea & Chocolate Bar, 135 Warren Street\
Exhibition Openings – Two concurrent solo photography exhibitions: Wendy Paton: Visages de Nuit and Lear Levin: Burlesque & Cabaret – Also a Portfolio Showcase called Night Life, with two photographers selected through competition—Karine LaRocque and Gary Zuercher – On view through October 5 – Information at 697-0266 or www.davisortongallery.com – 6 to 8 pm – Davis Orton Gallery, 114 Warren Street
Exhibition Openings – Two solo exhibitions: Liz Ainslie, Not the Thing We Were Thinking and Lorenza Sannai, Ideal Garden – On view through October 5 www.bcbart.com – 6 to 8 pm – BCB ART, 116 Warren Street
Artist’s Talk and Reading – Artist/poet/critic/author Wayne Koestenbaum will discuss the gallery’s current exhibition—Tossed (organized by Jennifer Coates and Rachel Schmichofer)—and will read from his own work, including selections from a forthcoming book, The Pink Trance Notebooks – Information at www.baileygallery.com or 828-6680 – 3 pm – Jeff Bailey Gallery/Hudson, 127 Warren Street
Sunday Brunch and Marketplace – Presented by Basilica Farm & Flea as a preview of Basilica’s Thanksgiving weekend marketplace which showcases handmade goods by a diverse group of regional makers, farmers, and vintage collectors – This preview features Hudson River Exchange, Hudson Sloop Club, the Good Fight Herb Company, and more – A morning feast will be served by Nicole LoBue of Alimentary Kitchen – Information at www.basilicahudson.com – 11 am to 4 pm – Basilica Hudson, 110 South Front Street
440Hz – Second Ward Foundation presents a one-night music festival with experimental sound, projections, and compositions by William Basinski, C. Lavender, Ami Dang & Slag Ralden, and Buke & Gase – Information at www.facebook.com/secondwardfoundation –7 pm – Second Ward Foundation, 71 North Third Street
Posted on 18 August 2014 | Comments Off
Join us for a great and very tasty tradition in Hudson
Belo3rd’s 6th annual Taste of Hudson Celebration.
TWENTY PLUS eateries to sample.
Saturday, September 6, 2014
Warren Street between 2nd & 3rd,
Under the tent, rain or shine.
Presented by our local sponsors & BeLo3rd.
Posted on 8 August 2014 | Comments Off
above: Michael Lindsay-Hogg photo by Lisa Ticknor.
Posted on 25 July 2014 | Comments Off
Join us for evening of art and restaurant tastings from 5-8 pm.
Ten galleries below 3rd St: Warren St & Front St. in Hudson will have openings or receptions and feature “tastings” from 10 restaurants. Check gallery times.
Galleries – from Front to 3rd St: Chamber of Commerce Gallery, Davis Orton Gallery, BCB Art, Limner Gallery, Bailey Gallery, FRG Objects and Design, CCCA Gallery, Gallery at Tommy’s & Hudson Jewelers, J. Damiani Gallery, Geoffrey Good.
Restaurant Tastings: River City Essentials, PM Wine Bar, Vico, Verdigris Tea & Chocolate Bar, DA|BA, Cafe Le Perche, Tanzy’s, Bruno’s, App.eritivi
Posted on 24 June 2014 | Comments Off
Check it out June 28 during DINE / ART Gallery Stroll below 3rd