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July 13, 2018

Back to the Garden 1969 Kicks Off 13th Season

Back to the Garden 1969 will bring “The Woodstock Experience” to Lakeside Park on July 14.

This summer marks the 13th year of Pawling’s free concerts by the lake. This year, Music By The Lake organizers are pleased to announc...

July 13, 2018

Soldiers: A statue pays tribute to soldiers who fought in the Battle of the Bulge in World War II.

Hall of Honor: The National Purple Heart Hall of Honor in New Windsor pays tribute to soldiers who were injured or killed in service to our nation.

Tucked in a corner a lit...

MMA1 and 2: Over 60 students train for mixed martial arts at the World Gym in Pawling.

Photo Credit: PHOTO BY TOM WALOGORSKY

Anyone familiar with the world of mixed martial arts (MMA) knows the intense levels of training, discipline, and competitive spirit that fighters...

What do you like about being in the health and beauty field?

If you were to ask me thirty years ago, where do you see yourself? I never would have said, “still owning a salon in Pawling, NY.” Here I am – going stronger than ever. Being in the beauty business is a challe...

July 13, 2018

Believe it or not, there are times when the keyboard is easier and faster than your mouse. For example, when you want to copy some highlighted text on your computer, with a mouse you need to open a menu with the mouse and then choose “Copy” from the menu list. The fast...

July 13, 2018

New and Exciting Activities and Events to Encourage Community Participation

Although summer has just begun, the Cultural Arts Coalition is busy planning the Brewster Fall Festival (formerly known as Brewster Founders Day). This annual event will be held on September 9,...

July 13, 2018

On April 17, 2017, an article appeared in The New York Times entitled The First Televised War by Ron Steinman. In this piece, Steinman wrote of his experiences covering the Vietnam War from Saigon as NBC News bureau chief. A few months following this publication, we me...

July 13, 2018

THE CURIOUS GARDENER

Making your own cement trough is the perfect recipe for outdoor summer fun if you’re a gardener. Hypertufa cement containers can be made in all shapes and sizes, and when yours is completed, you can plant it with a variety of jewel-like succulent pl...

July 13, 2018

Every two months I meet with a group of friends who like to cook. We have what’s called a “cookbook club.” The host selects a cookbook, we pick a time, and every one shows up with a dish or two they’ve made from said cookbook. Last month we prepared recipes from The Br...

July 13, 2018

Last week in yoga class I heard a lovely term for the first time: Forest Bathing. Exploring further, I find Shinrin-yoku (森林浴) literally means “forest bathing,” and it originated in Japan in the early 1980s. There are more than sixty Forest Therapy Camps nowadays in Ja...

We live in an age of abundance and infinite choice. But this wealth of opportunity can be deceiving – even bad for your health. When it comes to a balanced life, do you ever wonder if we have “more medicine” but “less wellness”? Do you, in your own wellness experience,...

Nutrition Advice from Your Pawling Hannaford Dietitian

A barbecue is all about perfectly prepared meals right off the grill and an al fresco setting that screams warm weather. Of course, no summer meal is complete without sensational sides. Since sides can sometimes bec...

Part I – The Foundations of Unrest

When did the American Revolution really begin? Was it April 19, 1775, in Lexington, Massachusetts? Or perhaps it began a decade earlier, much closer to home. Few know of the “Anti-Rent Rebellion of 1765” which was fought here in Pawlin...

July 13, 2018

Kids can beat the heat this summer and improve their reading skills at the Pawling Library.

Summer programming at the Pawling Library is going to rock for community kids. The library has a full slate of exciting programs planned to help children and their families prac...

Downey: Joe Downey (right) with mechanics Jay Walsh (left) and Harry Giglio (center).

A Pawling business owner recently went above and beyond the definition of generosity when donating to the local resource center. In April, Joe Downey, owner of Downey Auto Repair, post...

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