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Concerned Citizens Rally Against Tree Removal at Housatonic Meadows

As Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) pushes forward with plans to cut down centuries-old trees at Housatonic Meadows State Park in Sharon, CT, concerned citizens and public officials are raising questions about the decision-making process that has already allowed for some 200 to be felled.

On Tuesday, January 13, State Sen. Craig Miner (R-Litchfield) and State Rep. Stephen […]

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Molinaro Announces 490 Acres Land Protected through Partnership for Manageable Growth

Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro today announced Dutchess County’s Partnership for Manageable Growth (PMG) Program will provide more than $2.2 million to permanently protect four farms, preserving working agricultural land, and assist a community organization in converting the deteriorated former Bennett College property into a new community park.

County Executive Molinaro said, “Dutchess County remains […]

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Being…Simply the Best

Being the Ricardos

Luci and Desi. They were giants. Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem. They are legends. Aaron Sorkin. He’s an undisputed genius. Add together, mix well and roll out onto the screen as Being the Ricardos and the recipe holds up from start to two hour and five minute finish.

It’s highly unlikely that many of us saw Being the Ricardos […]

By |Main Street, Movie Reviews|

A Big Slice of “Licorice Pizza”

Paul Thomas Anderson, writer and director (read “auteur”) of “Licorice Pizza” has a fondness of Los Angeles that infuses every scene of his latest film.  It’s 1973 in the San Fernando Valley – that vast string of bedroom communities north of the Hollywood Hills and Mulholland Drive.  During the 2 hours and 13 minutes of this “coming of age” study […]

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Drive-Thru Food Pantry Keeps Hope Alive for Area Residents

The past two years and the massive changes they have brought with them have forced many to reconsider how they view and interact with the communities around them. Coworkers, employees and even local members of government have adapted to unforseen challenges. Despite the volitility, community-based initiatives remain steadfast in their desire to help neighbors in need. In the town of […]

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Local Ballet Notables to lead Q&A following Balanchine Documentary at The Moviehouse

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO LATE APRIL

The new date is tentatively set for Sunday, April 24, pending confirmation. A new release will be forthcoming as soon as the date is confirmed.

 

The film In Balachine’s Classroom directed by Connie Hochman will screen on Sunday, January 16 at 1:00 PM at the The Moviehouse, on 48 Main Street, in Millerton, NY. […]

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Dutchess County Distributing COVID-19 Test Kits to Every Municipality

Free KN95 Masks Also Available for Residents, Organizations and Businesses

Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro announced today the County is distributing free at-home COVID-19 tests and KN95 masks to every town, city and village throughout Dutchess County. New York State has recently allocated a limited number of at-home COVID tests and masks to Dutchess County as part of continued […]

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