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August 19, 2018

The Pawling Resource Center (PRC) held its annual Thank You Breakfast for its many volunteers on Wednesday, August 8, in Lankler Hall at Christ Church on Quaker Hill. More than 50 community members who donated time to the Center gathered to enjoy quiche, bagels, smoked...

August 19, 2018

Attorneys Cristen G.M. Rescigno and Shea E. Fitzekam were named partners at Daniels, Porco & Lusardi, LLP, effective July 1, 2018.     

     

“We are excited to add Cristen and Shea to the firm’s partnership,” says David E. Daniels...

August 19, 2018

Halfway through its first season, the Dover Farmers’ Market is proud to announce that, since its opening weekend in June, the market has steadily grown both in the number of visitors and participating vendors.  The vendors have reported that they hear a lot of good buz...

There are so many things that happen in life that force a change in our focus and inspire the need to begin again. What if we were to just look down at our feet, click our heels, and everything could go back to (name a date, time, or event)? But we can’t, can we?

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August 19, 2018

Is the word “romantic” just another way of saying “thoughtful”? Let’s examine that possibility. If one is considerate to a life partner with whom affection, in the form of physical contact including hugs and kisses, is shared, then taking the other’s feelings and prefe...

August 19, 2018

While on my Diamond Approach all-school retreat in California last year, I had a most profound experience that is arising again during this year’s retreat. One of the teachings was about the magic of being, and while listening I was so deeply moved that I couldn’t stop...

A burgeoning trend in New York City coffeehouses has made its way to our area as Reverie: Coffee & Craft Beer in Patterson is now offering Cannabidiol (CBD)-infused cold brew coffee. In doing so, Reverie becomes the first coffeehouse in the area to offer this unique cr...

The Trust for Public Land (TPL) a New York-based nonprofit organization dedicated to land preservation in the public interest, has acquired a 219-acre property on Corbin Hill in the Pawling area to protect the natural beauty of the parcel, which runs along the Appalach...

If you have ever been hungry and traveling Route 22 in Pawling, you are no doubt familiar with Roseann’s Kitchen. Owner Roseann Martin is celebrating her third year of operation, and her food truck has become a staple within the local culinary community.

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August 19, 2018

If you have trouble getting WiFi coverage in some parts of your house (or yard, for the summer), then you’re going to want to hear about WiFi “Mesh.” Mesh is the state of the art way to spread WiFi around to the farthest end or hardest to reach corner of your home or o...

August 19, 2018

The Akin Free Library will be holding “open jam sessions” and invites area musicians to bring their acoustical instruments, voices, or any other kind of musical talent for an evening of fun and community. The jam sessions, called the “Shakin’ at the Akin,” will be held...

August 19, 2018

In honor of the school’s twentieth anniversary, Mizzentop Day School has established a scholarship program to support elementary students entering first through eighth grade in the local area. The Founder’s Scholarship Program offers citizenship-based awards to a limit...

August 19, 2018

It’s the time of year when hints of the annual ArtEast Open Studio Tour start to appear. The tour happens when 30 area artists invite the public into their studios to see how they create. You’ll find 2018 ArtEast brochures at merchants, libraries, sponsors, and points...

Last month, The Sherman Players staged a performance of Other Desert Cities by Jon Robin Baitz at The Sherman Playhouse in Connecticut. Under the direction of Katherine Almquist, the play tells the story of the Wyeth family as they reunite in Palm Springs, California,...

August 19, 2018

August can be a misunderstood month. As gardeners we put our energy into fighting back weeds and thinking about next year’s garden, and often miss the rich variety of flowering plants that the late season has to offer. Garden centers will tell you that most people shop...

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