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August 26, 2017

by Sabrina Sucato

The Hudson Valley boasts a a wide array of talent, from artists and creative entrepreneurs to volunteers dedicated to public service. But few are also luminaries who influence our most important national conversations. One of these is Soledad O’Brien,...

August 26, 2017

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By Lisa Kelsey

German food has a rather limited reputation in this country – frat boy friendly, Oktoberfest fare, filling but boring. That’s unfortunate. As someone who has traveled extensively in Germany and sampled the regional cuisin...

August 26, 2017

by Nancy Iankowitz, RN, DNP

Establishing a school-friendly routine to facilitate sleep may be an emotionally charged effort. Can we re-set our family so we all sleep well at night after the long sunny days and late nights of summer? Yes. Here are a few suggestions:

Point...

August 26, 2017

by Allison Stowell, Registered Dietitian

“Hello school year” . . . and “Hello busy evenings – and school lunches that need to be packed before the bus arrives each morning.”

Getting ready for “back to school” is about more than locating the best binder or 48 (sharpened)...

August 26, 2017

By Stephen Haggerty

Pawling’s location between New York City and the countryside of New England gives us unlimited choices when it comes to selecting a day trip. But if you enjoy a scenic ride through the countryside and would like to view Americana at its best, the Nor...

August 26, 2017

by Max Weber

Long before the advent of the 24-hour news cycle there was only Lowell Thomas with the News. After the dawn of radio, and eventually television, a small number of celebrity newscasters emerged. No one was more trusted to deliver the news than Lowell Thomas....

August 26, 2017

 In the last issue of The Record, we gave you some less-intense hikes that were 30 minutes away maximum. This month’s walks are not for the faint of heart. Some of them are more than an hour away by car and boast ascents of more than 2,000 feet. But they also offer ext...

August 26, 2017

by Mike Pepper

If you’re not getting a strong WiFi signal in every corner in your house, then you may need to “extend” it.

There are many reasons why your WiFi may be weak. And there are several ways to boost the signal to where you need it. The right method for success...

August 26, 2017

By Michael Durante Jr.

Ellen Duffy-Taylor’s birthday is in June, but she says, “Usually we postpone it to July.” As the owner and manager of North Winds Lavender Farm in Pawling, she has a recurring annual event in late June that demands priority over even her birthday:...

August 26, 2017

by Tom Walogorsky

Anyone seeking a little extra shelter need look no further than The Shed Haus. Opened in March 2017, The Shed Haus, located at 816 Route 22, is a family owned and operated business that has quickly carved out a distinguished niche in the region. Speci...

August 26, 2017

by Robert M. Sherlach

In 2016, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed Paid Family Leave legislation, commonly referred to as “PFL,” into law. New York now joins California, Rhode Island, and New Jersey as the only states to have Paid Family Leave available to employees. Many empl...

August 26, 2017

By Tom Walogorsky

Vinny’s Deli and Pasta has been a Pawling institution for many years. Residents and visitors flock daily to the location on East Main Street for its delicious Italian fare and friendly service. On August 5, the business would attract a different kind o...

August 26, 2017

By Tyler Kemmer

Boy Scout Troop 34 has been leaving its impact on the Pawling community and beyond for decades. The troop has been chartered for more than 40 years and has been a place for boys from Pawling, Dover, and Wingdale to learn outdoor survival skills, knots,...

August 26, 2017

The Akin Hall Association in Pawling recently received $2,000 for a project grant to finance a pair of exciting storytelling programs at the Akin Library.

“In a world dominated by social media, storytelling is a powerful way to teach history and build community underst...

August 26, 2017

by Susan Stone

Award-winning actor and Pawling resident James Earl Jones has donated his time, talent, and familiar, sonorous voice as narrator of a recently created, four-minute video produced by Frank Matheis, a member of the Pawling Resource Center’s (PRC) Board of D...

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