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Business/Growth | Local living
16 April 2021 09:37PM
Emily Sachar

Colleen Dorney, Director of Outreach and Operations for Dutchess Tourism, Inc., has been named one of Destinations International’s 2021 30 Under 30 recipients. She joins tourism leaders from Philadelphia, New Orleans, New York City, and other prominent cities in attaining the honor.

“This important recognition for…

Local food/farms | Local culture | Local living
16 April 2021 07:04PM
Sophie Newsome

The Cooper’s Daughter Spirits Cocktail Garden is open every weekend for spirit tastings, hot drinks, signature cocktails, beer, wine, and cider. The distillery is also open daily for curbside pick up for bottles of bourbon, whiskey, vodka, liqueur, and bottled cocktails. Pre-order here:

16 April 2021 06:59PM

The Parish of Our Lady of Hope in Copake Falls (8074 State Route 22) will again put our Christian faith into community action with our next Free Food Drive-thru on Friday, April 23, 12 pm-5 pm and Saturday, April 24, 10am-3 pm. (Food provided by…

Soft news | Local culture | Local living
16 April 2021 03:47PM


The Austerlitz Historical Society is proud to host Jack Sobon, an architect and master craftsman, who will deliver talks on the history and development of timber framing in New York and New England.

The series will be of especial interest to owners of historic houses built…

Business/Growth | Environment | Local living
16 April 2021 01:06PM
Emily Sachar

Shaker styling. Floor-to-ceiling glass-paned windows. Outdoor decks. Views onto the Hudson River and Rhinebeck’s picturesque estates on the opposing shore.

This is the vision Red Hook architect Kristina Dousharm and her team have brought to Kingston’s Hutton Brickyards, an upscale event space known for its massive…

16 April 2021 11:31AM
Spencertown Academy Arts Center

On Tuesday morning, May 30, 1961, I boarded the Illinois Central train to Jackson, Mississippi, to be arrested. I was one of eight members of the Congress of Racial Equality to participate that day in the Freedom Rides. CORE was beginning to test the federal…

16 April 2021 09:55AM

“I am pleased to announce that the 2021-2022 state budget includes historic investments in education, veterans’ services, small business support, agriculture, arts programs and expanded broadband access,” said Assemblymember Didi Barrett (D-Dutchess/Columbia). “The last year has presented historic challenges for Hudson Valley families, and…

Business/Growth | Local culture | Local living
16 April 2021 09:50AM


The small business owners of the Berkshires are my heroes. They have adjusted to the restrictions of COVID; they are meeting the economic challenges brought on by the pandemic with good spirits. I want to support them with the same good spirit and enthusiasm, letting…


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