About Regina Molaro

Regina Molaro is a freelance editor whose work has been featured in more than 20 publications, including Bespoke Magazine (St. Regis NYC); In Season (Mandarin Oriental, New York); City Guide New York, Modern Luxury Hawaii, Adweek, and beyond. In addition to writing for several lifestyle magazines in New York and New Jersey, she has written copy for websites and catalogues. Prior to enjoying a freelance career, Regina covered the art, fashion, beauty, home decor, food, and brands categories at several business publications, including Accent, Global Cosmetic Industry, Soap & Cosmetics, and License. Through a commission, she wrote a textbook chapter on fashion licensing for Pearson Education.

Explore Anywhere!

It’s time to get outside and support the Housatonic River Watershed with Explore-a-thon

The Housatonic Valley Association’s (HVA) Explore-a-thon event invites outdoors enthusiasts, families, friends, community members, and anyone who loves nature to participate in its inaugural Explore-a-thon—a month-long, virtual fundraising event that kicked off June 1 and lasts the entire month.

Explore-a-thon encourages people to explore any part […]

By |2022-06-13T12:22:15-04:00June 13th, 2022|Main Street|

Keeping the Faith

Within the last few years, many of us have experienced challenging times. With the arrival of the pandemic, we’ve all faced varying amounts of uncertainty, fear, and the effects of isolation. Many of us were overburdened as we juggled our jobs and the demands of family life during a time of remote work and home […]

By |2022-05-28T18:25:17-04:00May 28th, 2022|Author Profiles|

Rising Up

As things heat up for summer and life continues to feel like it did pre-pandemic, we’ll all be yearning to go out and have some fun. While we’re reveling in our newfound freedom and embracing the summer season, we’ll want to crank up the music and dance. […]

By |2022-05-28T16:37:29-04:00May 28th, 2022|Featured Article|

All Aboard

Kingston, NY, is renowned for many things. Most noteworthy, it served as New York’s first capital in 1777. After the Battles of Saratoga, the riverside city was burned by the British on October 16, 1777. In the 19th century, Kingston became an important transport hub after the […]

By |2022-05-12T17:33:50-04:00April 29th, 2022|Featured Article|

Walk This Way

Tracing history back to the earliest civilizations, people always found ways of traveling from one point to another. Whether it was by walking, traveling by horseback, or via a car, boat, train, or plane, people have always been on the move.

In the same way that former lighthouses […]

By |2022-04-29T20:55:58-04:00April 29th, 2022|Featured Article|

Green Ideas for Gift Giving

As we embrace spring, we revel in the freedom that emerges with the arrival of warmer weather. With the darkest days of the pandemic hopefully behind us, we’re all anticipating more gatherings, parties, and celebrations. Of course, many of these occasions call for gift-giving – bestowing someone […]

By |2022-03-30T20:45:17-04:00March 30th, 2022|Featured Article|

Organic Farming in Hudson

Hudson, NY, also renowned as “Upstate’s Favorite Downtown” is a riverside town that is home to 7,000 diverse residents. Its urban center boasts over 300 independently-owned shops, bars, bakeries, and restaurants. Its burgeoning new economy is rooted in food, the arts, and culture.

In 2014, Letterbox Farm, a collectively-owned […]

By |2022-03-03T13:08:37-05:00February 25th, 2022|Featured Article|

Immersed In Nature

Within the last few decades, technology has certainly kept the pace buzzing. While access to a wealth of information on our phones certainly has its advantages, we’re also continually distracted and interrupted by the constant flow of emails, texts, and phone calls. During our leisure time, we […]

By |2022-01-31T14:34:25-05:00December 28th, 2021|Featured Article|

Slice Of Heaven

The summer season ushers in long days filled with sunshine and lots of leisurely activities. It’s the time of year when we yearn to escape our own kitchens and sneak in a few more hours of hiking, swimming, or town hopping. After a long day, most of us prefer to unwind at a sidewalk café […]

By |2021-06-29T21:55:44-04:00June 29th, 2021|Restaurant Review|

Walk the Line

French high-wire artist Philippe Petit speaks so passionately about his desire to learn, that it’s ironic to hear him discuss his experiences as a schoolboy.

“When I was a kid, I was thrown out of several schools because I was caught practicing magic under the desk or stealing […]

By |2021-04-27T19:21:34-04:00April 27th, 2021|Featured Article|
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