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April 13, 2018

James Hollis, a Jungian analyst, is one of my favorite authors. He writes about finding meaning in life, particularly the second half of life. His latest book Living an Examined Life: Wisdom for the Second Half of the Journey, is eloquently thorough on this topic and a...

April 13, 2018

Earlier this year, The Grand Healthcare System was proud to announce the opening of The Butch Anderson Cardiopulmonary Center. Located within the Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at River Valley building at 140 Main Street, Poughkeepsie, the new facility was dedicated...

April 13, 2018

Green Chimneys Founder Samuel Ross Passes at 89

New York’s human services world has lost a unique educator and advocate for children and animals. Dr. Samuel B. Ross, Jr., died peacefully at the home of his son on February 28, at the age of 89. Known to many by his child...

April 13, 2018

If you’re reading this, you probably have a computer of some kind, whether it is a desktop or laptop, or perhaps it’s a tablet or smartphone. Or, if you’re like most folks, some combination of these handy devices.

Whatever type or types you use, keeping them working wel...

April 13, 2018

Music lovers looking for some lively foot-tapping fun will find it on April 27, 2018 when the Pawling Concert Series closes out its 44th Season with the Galvanized Jazz Band.

The concert will be held at 8:00 p.m. at McGraw Pavilion on the campus of Trinity Pawling Schoo...

A longstanding local business has found a new home as Dynamic Intervention Wellness Solutions moved to a location in the Village of Pawling. Owner Jackie Muller has been a licensed clinical social worker for more than 20 years and looks to continue providing her unique...

April 13, 2018

How do children learn to be compassionate? By example, from their parents and teachers, and often through picture books. Sprig,The Rescue Pig (Stone Pier Press, April 2018) endeavors to teach a lesson in the tradition of Charlotte’s Web and Blueberries for Sal – using...

As I settled into the theater for a screening of “A Quiet Place,” my anticipation was at a peak. Not only am I a horror film junkie but, like so many residents of Pawling, I had been following the film’s progress since it began this past summer right here in Dutchess C...

April 13, 2018

Nationally Acclaimed Regional Music Group Dazzles Audiences with Unique Americana Music

Red Rooster, the New York-based folk collective headed by Jay Erickson and Nathaniel Zilkh, is a favorite of people from the Mid-Hudson Valley and beyond. Giving free concerts and of...

Spring is in the air. For some, this means blossoming trees, birds, bees, sunshine, rebirth, regeneration, freedom, and fun-filled outdoor activities. For others, it represents irritation by pollen, ragweed, and goldenrod marked by sneezing, itchy eyes and misery. How...

Most of us are taught to be giving of ourselves and our time to others, and sometimes that message gets distorted into an unhealthy codependency, where we only value ourselves by the feedback we receive from others. It is important to foster a clear and healthy sense o...

April 13, 2018

As chiropractors, we can assist our patients with multiple facets of their lives, including making healthier dietary choices. By providing simple dietary strategies and natural supplementation, we can help ensure that our patients get the appropriate nutrients required...

As I write this article on yet another cold springtime morning, I’m reminded of just how transitional this time of year feels. While supermarket selections seem to be ushering in warmer weather, we must admit that a 40-degree day doesn’t exactly say “spring.”

If there i...

April 13, 2018

The Pawling Rotary Club will honor Sheriff Adrian “Butch” Anderson, one of Pawling’s most prominent and esteemed community members, at their 7th Annual Golf Outing at the Quaker Hill Country Club on May 7. Sheriff Anderson has worked tirelessly in support of Pawling’s...

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