About Abby Audenino

Abby Audenino is a content creator at Main Street Magazine. She writes about a little bit of everything, and her work has previously been featured in Hudson Valley Magazine and Westchester Magazine. At Main Street, she also works on advertising outreach and social media. Abby earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with concentrations in Journalism and Public Relations from Marist College in May of 2023. She also obtained her certificate in copy editing from the American Copy Editors Society.

Bruce Knickerbocker Raises Money for Cancer Care in Lake Placid Ironman

Bruce Knickerbocker, a Pine Plains, NY, resident, will be competing in the Lake Placid Ironman race in July. He’s currently raising money to support cancer care on a local level throughout his training leading up to the race. 

Bruce, who works in the nursing supervision department at Vassar Brothers Medical Center in […]

By |2024-02-21T14:56:03-05:00February 21st, 2024|A Healthier Life, Exercise, Main Street News, Sports|

Oblong Books Recommends These Books for Black History Month

The month of February marks Black History Month, also known as African American History Month. According to the World Economic Forum, “this month-long observance in the US and Canada is a chance to celebrate Black achievement and provide a fresh reminder to take stock of where systemic racism persists and give visibility to […]

By |2024-02-16T12:18:44-05:00February 20th, 2024|Main Street News, Main Street Recommends|

Congenital Heart Defect Awareness

February 7th through 14th is Congenital Heart Awareness Week, which recognizes children and adults living with congenital heart defects, celebrates their journeys, and increases public awareness of these heart conditions. 

“I gave birth to her, and then she turned blue,” Stacey Burlingame of Stanfordville, NY, said of her first daughter, Olivia. Olivia […]

By |2024-02-08T14:48:49-05:00February 12th, 2024|A Healthier Life, Main Street News, Wellness|

Ted Howley’s Weight Loss Journey

Pre-diabetic. Fatty Liver. High cholesterol. Three knee surgeries. Depressed.

This was Ted Howley’s life prior to January 17, 2022. “Two years ago, I was staring death in the eyes,” he said. 

Ted had struggled with his weight for years, often yo-yo dieting and cycling through different forms of exercise. “I would […]

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