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THIS WEEK’S FEATURES

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  • Heather Dell’Amore’s “No Hope for Oz” is a Powerful and Realistic Depiction of Motherhood

    Heather Dell’Amore debuted her one-woman show, “No Hope for Oz,” at the Stissing Center in Pine Plains on Sunday, April 28.  The show, which [...]

  • Go Green! Ways to Reduce Your Environmental Footprint

    With the climate crisis in full swing, our individual actions can often seem inconsequential on the larger picture, but the truth is that a [...]

  • Druthers Brewing Co.

    On Saturday afternoon, with nowhere in particular to go and nothing to do, my best friend and I decided to take a ride up [...]

Latest Moxie Podcast

Bill Johnson believes moxie is essential for pursuing purpose, which he defines as becoming one’s best self in service of at least one thing larger than oneself. This self-knowledge and action directed outward are why we’re here—and why he’s here, too.

People Profiles

  • Marthe Keller and I had lengthy conversations in both her studios, firstly in her downtown artist loft in New York City and secondly in Falls Village, CT.

  • Lothar Osterberg grew up in Braunschweig, Germany, where he fulfilled his civil service and ignited an early passion for printmaking and filmmaking.

Health & Wellness

  • It’s so important to stay connected. As people age, it often becomes more difficult for them to stay connected. Loneliness and social isolation in older adults are public health risks currently affecting a large population of people in America.

  • Fibromyalgia (FM) is characterized by chronic and widespread body pain. It affects about 2% of the population, or about 4 million adults in the US, according to the CDC.

  • The way we view mental health, and therapy in particular, has changed dramatically in recent years and a lot of that has to do with the stigma decreasing from generation to generation. 

  • Saturday is a big day for marijuana lovers. 4/20 (April 20th) is the day where marijuana fans rejoice in clouds of smoke, or with gummies, or cookies, or however else you like to partake in your weed. 

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