The Polymathic Mrs. Pulver

by the Hillsdale Historians

Over the years, there have been a number of prominent women who have had a large and lasting impact on Hillsdale and Columbia County. One of them was Ida Haywood Pulver, a well-educated (for her time) woman whose many professions — photographic hand-colorist, dressmaker-to-the-stars, Parisian milliner, fundraiser, gardener, historical society founder and […]

By |2020-09-25T13:31:17-04:00September 25th, 2020|History, Main Street|

Audrey Silver to Hold First Performance since March At White Hart

Known as one of the most elegantly creative singers in jazz today, musician Audrey Silver will be bringing her celebrated artistry to the lawn outside the historic White Hart Inn in Salisbury, Connecticut this weekend. “I’m very excited to announce that this weekend I’ll be doing my first performance since March,” said Silver who Hot […]

By |2020-08-28T11:12:17-04:00August 28th, 2020|Main Street|

Review: “Godspell” at Berkshire Theatre Group, Pittsfield, MA

THE CELEBRATION IMPERATIVE OF “GODSPELL”

 CB Wismar

We’ll do the final paragraph, first, then get to the heart of the review.

The Berkshire Theatre Group production of Godspell runs Tuesday through Sunday evenings, inside the tent theater erected adjacent to the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield, MA. There is a limit of 75 tickets available per performance at a […]

By |2020-08-20T23:55:50-04:00August 19th, 2020|Main Street|

Ten Mile Table Presents Cuizinestand for Month of August

During the month of August, Ten Mile Table, an initiative created in partnership with The Lantern Inn and the Wassaic Project, both located in the town of Wassaic, NY, will highlight and support voices in independent print publishing including food, wine, and art. Dubbed by organizers as the Cuizinestand or the Wassaic Newsstand, the pop-up […]

By |2020-08-03T11:10:20-04:00August 3rd, 2020|Main Street|

Copake to hold Digital Meeting on Proposed Solar Farm

Three years ago, solar giant Hecate Energy brought forth a proposal to build a massive solar farm on around 400 acres in the small hamlet of Craryville, NY. According to a report published by The Columbia Paper back in February, “The 40-megawatt, ground-mounted solar project which was to occupy about 400-acres of the 700-acre Rasweiler […]

By |2020-07-30T10:55:07-04:00July 30th, 2020|Main Street|

Ancram Opera House Presents “Crystal Radio Sessions Upstate”

The Ancram Opera House will present a virtual edition of Crystal Radio Sessions Upstate, the Hudson Valley’s outpost of the popular downtown New York City reading series, tomorrow, July 11 at 8pm.

The featured reading is entitled Too Young for The Blues and was written by Chatham-based playwright and author Wesley Brown. Brown is the author of […]

By |2020-07-10T15:43:51-04:00July 10th, 2020|Main Street|

Celebrating Summer Al Fresco: Millerton’s Weekend-Long Event supports Local Business

As businesses in towns and villages across the region are preparing to reintroduce themselves to their communities as part of New York’s Phase 3 reopening, the village of Millerton in Dutchess County is embracing a new reality of shopping and dining outdoors. With capacity limitations still in effect, many small restaurants and retail stores have […]

By |2020-06-25T13:06:08-04:00June 25th, 2020|Main Street|

Family Cidery Celebrates Cider Week With Orchard Bar

The Hudson Valley has long been fertile ground for new and exciting food trends because of its diverse dining and agricultural history. Over the last decade, the same can now be readily said for independent alcohol artisans of nearly every kind. From small town breweries that produce some of the best IPAs in the country, […]

By |2020-06-15T15:39:03-04:00June 15th, 2020|Main Street|
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