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Main Street Magazine Based in Millerton, New York, Main Street Magazine focuses on featuring the people, businesses, places, history, curiosities and important local issues within our region.

It's time to celebrate summer with Dominique De Vito and a little Mead courtesy of Stable Gate Farm and Winery and neigh...
06/18/2020
Abuzz Over Mead

It's time to celebrate summer with Dominique De Vito and a little Mead courtesy of Stable Gate Farm and Winery and neighboring Bee Hollow Farm!

Summer is officially here, and now that New York is opening up and outdoor gatherings in safe sizes are okay again, it's a great time to hit the road and discover something new in your back yard. At Stable Gate Farm Winery in Castleton-on-Hudson, Val Feldman and her team are growing French-American....

Thanks to Raynard & Peirce Realty LLC for bringing us this week's Deal of the Week!
06/17/2020
36 Dublin Road, Falls Village, CT 06031

Thanks to Raynard & Peirce Realty LLC for bringing us this week's Deal of the Week!

Completely remodeled - the transformation of this home is amazing! Open living room, dining, kitchen area with engineered hardwood floors, beautiful new kitchen with quartz countertops. Living room includes wall mounted electric fireplace and mantle. Full bath with shower stall and tile floor includ...

Otis celebrates Father's Day by honoring his dear ol' dad Fridrik Kristjansson.Ashley Kristjansson
06/17/2020
Happy Father’s Day!

Otis celebrates Father's Day by honoring his dear ol' dad Fridrik Kristjansson.

Ashley Kristjansson

I would like to start off by saying how much I love my dad – despite his hesitations when it came time to adopt me. He does so much fur the family, so I purrsonally celebrate my Dad evfurryday, not just on Father’s Day. And after all, I have chosen him as my human (sorry Mom!). He

In this week's live spot with WHDD robinhoodradio.com, Thorunn Kristjansdottir talks with Marshall about our Friendly Fa...
06/16/2020
Podcasts

In this week's live spot with WHDD robinhoodradio.com, Thorunn Kristjansdottir talks with Marshall about our Friendly Faces feature, Jessie Sheehan Bakes and her dynamite recipes, and the resilience of our healthcare community embodied in the work of the folks at Sharon Hospital.

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Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro pens a letter to New York Governor on behalf of local youth athletics.
06/16/2020
Molinaro Advocates for Youth Sports

Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro pens a letter to New York Governor on behalf of local youth athletics.

From the beginning of the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York and the Mid-Hudson Valley, area schools and their young students have been some of those most negatively impacted by the difficult decisions local and state officials have had to make. Over the last few weeks, as regulations beg...

To celebrate Cider Week in the Hudson Valley, locally beloved orchard Little Apple Cidery Inc. will be opening an orchar...
06/15/2020
Family Cidery Celebrates Cider Week With Orchard Bar

To celebrate Cider Week in the Hudson Valley, locally beloved orchard Little Apple Cidery Inc. will be opening an orchard bar starting this weekend!

The Hudson Valley has long been fertile ground for new and exciting food trends because of its diverse dining and agricultural history. Over the last decade, the same can now be readily said for independent alcohol artisans of nearly every kind. From small town breweries that produce some of the bes...

#nofilter needed for this one! A beautiful end to another beautiful and peaceful day in the #hudsonvalley - #lovewhereyo...
06/14/2020

#nofilter needed for this one! A beautiful end to another beautiful and peaceful day in the #hudsonvalley - #lovewhereyoulive ❤️ #nature #peaceful #sunset #purenature #myview #mybackyard #mainstreetmag #mainstreetmagazine

Local photographer Ryder Kimball of Lakeville, Connecticut documents our area through the changing seasons and the pande...
06/14/2020
The Beauty of the Mire: A Photo Essay by Ryder Kimball

Local photographer Ryder Kimball of Lakeville, Connecticut documents our area through the changing seasons and the pandemic including local favorites the Oakhurst Diner , Mount Greylock State Reservation, and The Farm Store at Willow Brook.

-by Ryder Kimball Last June I returned home to New York City after graduating college. I was ready to begin my career and settle into post-student life. Eight months later the pandemic began and normality changed for everyone in unprecedented ways. I moved to Lakeville, CT, with my family and have s...

‘It’s the season! 🍓 Thanks for the pickins’ #thompsonfinchfarm 👍 #strawberrypicking #summer #freshfruit #shoplocal #eatl...
06/13/2020

‘It’s the season! 🍓 Thanks for the pickins’ #thompsonfinchfarm 👍 #strawberrypicking #summer #freshfruit #shoplocal #eatlocal #nofarmsnofood #supportyourfarmer #ancramdale #mainstreetmag #mainstreetmagazine

Thanks to the Dutchess County SPCA for bringing us Maya for this week's Shelter Pet of the Week!
06/12/2020
In Need - Shelters

Thanks to the Dutchess County SPCA for bringing us Maya for this week's Shelter Pet of the Week!

IN NEED - SHELTERS

In celebration of student artists across Connecticut, Washington Depot, Connecticut based ASAP for the Arts will once ag...
06/12/2020
Local Organization Celebrates Young Artists Across Connecticut

In celebration of student artists across Connecticut, Washington Depot, Connecticut based ASAP for the Arts will once again hold two creative arts contests for both young writers and photographers. With the help of venerable members of the community like Rep Jahana Hayes, they will honor students from Mill Hill School, Children's Community School, Waterbury, CT, Washington Primary School, Washington Montessori School, Mitchell Elementary School, Rotella Interdistrict Magnet School, Litchfield Intermediate School, Education without Walls, Schaghticoke Middle School, Wamogo Regional High School, Chase Collegiate School, Derby High School, Shepaug Valley High School, The Gilbert School, Cheshire Academy, Nonnewaug High School and Trinity Catholic High School.

ASAP!, the Washington Depot based non-profit arts organization that reaches over 9,000 children and adults a year throughout Connecticut, is honoring students in grades 6-12, including home-schooled students, throughout the State this year for their artistic prowess. This past week, ASAP!’s 15th a...

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06/12/2020

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Jessie Sheehan Bakes shares her June recipe for her light, airy and impossible to eat just one – or even two Yeasted Ove...
06/11/2020
June 2020 Recipe - Yeasted Overnight Waffles

Jessie Sheehan Bakes shares her June recipe for her light, airy and impossible to eat just one – or even two Yeasted Overnight Waffles.

In my humble opinion, or as the youth might say, IMHO, there is truly nothing better for breakfast than overnight yeasted waffles. They are airy and light with a slight tang from the yeast and it is impossible to eat just one – or even two – and yes, I speak from experience. I personally

With the help of some chévre from R & G Cheese Makers, Dominique De Vito rings in Rosé Season with Prophecy Wines in thi...
06/11/2020
Rosé Season

With the help of some chévre from R & G Cheese Makers, Dominique De Vito rings in Rosé Season with Prophecy Wines in this week's Wine of the Week

I'm so glad we're in Rosé season. I love to "drink pink," and there are so many wonderful rosés in stores these days. As I was shopping - by label, I'll admit - in the rosé section, a bottle jumped right out at me and I couldn't resist buying it. I brought it home and put it

When you come upon a setting and realize you live inside a painting.... ❤️ 🙏 #mothernature #thenaturalenvironment #lovew...
06/11/2020

When you come upon a setting and realize you live inside a painting.... ❤️ 🙏 #mothernature #thenaturalenvironment #lovewhereyoulive #unfilterednature #atpeace #sunset #meadow #trees #deer #mainstreetmag

Christine Bates of The Best & Cavallaro Team at William Pitt Sotheby's analyzes the potential impact the pandemic may ha...
06/10/2020
COVID-19 Impact

Christine Bates of The Best & Cavallaro Team at William Pitt Sotheby's analyzes the potential impact the pandemic may have on the local real estate market.

As I write this article in mid May, restrictions on real estate agents in New York, Massachusetts, and Connecticut to physically show properties to potential buyers remain in force. Residents are still under distancing, masking and quarantine orders, busy village streets are empty, bars are closed,....

Otis makes an untimely discovery during his morning routine.Ashley Kristjansson
06/10/2020
Reflections on a Summer Bod

Otis makes an untimely discovery during his morning routine.
Ashley Kristjansson

As I was getting ready fur the day this morning, plucking my whiskers and grooming myself to be presentable enough for my mother's persistent photo shoots, I was shocked to find an abundance of extra fluff staring back at me in the mirror. I am keenly aware that summer's official commencement is onl...

CB profiles Florin Firimita, whose artistic photography has made him a veritable Renaissance Man in the field and has le...
06/09/2020
Renaissance Man with a Camera

CB profiles Florin Firimita, whose artistic photography has made him a veritable Renaissance Man in the field and has led him to teach at Pomperaug High School in the Town of Southbury in Connecticut.

We live in a strange time – a moment when some of our trusted norms and traditions seem to evaporate with the slide of a “mouse” or the flick across a phone screen. Word processing allowed everyone to become a writer – no more laboring with pens, pads, typewriters and carbon paper. Finish th...

In this week's live interview on WHDD robinhoodradio.com, Thorunn Kristjansdottir talks with Marshall about reopening, s...
06/09/2020
Podcasts

In this week's live interview on WHDD robinhoodradio.com, Thorunn Kristjansdottir talks with Marshall about reopening, some of our local business leaders through the pandemic like LaBonne's Markets and what exactly the "New Normal" is.

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Elyse Harney Real Estate with this week's Deal of the Week!
06/09/2020
In-Town with Sweeping Views & Privacy

Elyse Harney Real Estate with this week's Deal of the Week!

$849,000 • 3,024 sq.ft. • 5.43 acres • 3 BR • 2 BA • 1 ½BA Breathtaking views over Lakeville Lake plus privacy from this 5+ acre property right in the heart of the village. A contemporary 3-Bedroom, 2.5 Bath home offers serenity and views of the serene setting throughout. The first floor ...

Following the philosophies of some of the area's greatest artists, local environmental activist Frank Martucci donates a...
06/08/2020
The True Use of Art: Local Environmentalist Donates Easement to Protect the Beauty of Agriculture

Following the philosophies of some of the area's greatest artists, local environmental activist Frank Martucci donates a conservation easement on his 171-acre farm in Ancramdale, New York to the Dutchess Land Conservancy and the widely renowned environmental activist organization Scenic Hudson in order to sustain the natural canvas of our local landscape.

George Inness, one of the world’s most prominent American landscape painters and one who was influenced by the masters of the Hudson River School, once intimated that in order to utilize art in its truest form, the artist must first learn to cultivate his or her own spiritual nature. For Ancramdal...

Our photographer Lazlo Gyorsok took these photos this weekend at the peaceful protest in Cornwall, Connecticut
06/08/2020

Our photographer Lazlo Gyorsok took these photos this weekend at the peaceful protest in Cornwall, Connecticut

Such a beautiful morning here in @millertonnewyork ! ☀️🌸 #lovewhereyoulive #lovewhereyouwork #supportlocalbusiness #happ...
06/08/2020

Such a beautiful morning here in @millertonnewyork ! ☀️🌸 #lovewhereyoulive #lovewhereyouwork #supportlocalbusiness #happymonday #millertonny #millertonnewyork #flowersmakemehappy

For many folks, the idea of retiring comes with a certain sense of finality. According to this week's financial column h...
06/08/2020
Personal Finance

For many folks, the idea of retiring comes with a certain sense of finality. According to this week's financial column however, retiring doesn’t have to mean giving up your day job.

Everyone could use personal financial advice throughout their lives - whether it be choosing the best IRA, saving for your kids' college, investing locally or globally, or even how to invest properly for your retirement. We're proud to have partnered with My Perfect Financial Advisor for all of this...

The Berkshire Woodworkers Guild, and their refreshingly diverse group of cabinet makers, house builders, furniture maker...
06/07/2020
The Berkshire Woodworkers Guild

The Berkshire Woodworkers Guild, and their refreshingly diverse group of cabinet makers, house builders, furniture makers, boat builders, sculptors and makers of musical instruments take their skills into the modern digital age

One of the standard images in introductory art history classes is Rembrandt’s Syndics of the Cloth Guild, a 17th century portrait of six distinguished gentlemen who shared a common vocation and were proud members of the local guild. In existence since the early days of the Roman Empire, guilds had...

A story of the perseverance of one of our favorite hometown markets, LaBonne's Markets
06/07/2020
LaBonne’s - Your hometown market

A story of the perseverance of one of our favorite hometown markets, LaBonne's Markets

These days, there are some places you just don’t want to go, and then there are places you just shouldn’t go. In his recent interview with the master of macabre, Stephen King, The New York Times’ David Marchese went to the latter. He challenged the horror writer with an

Rhinebeck, New York resident, four-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, global humanitarian, and having served as executive d...
06/06/2020
Peace Prodigy

Rhinebeck, New York resident, four-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, global humanitarian, and having served as executive director emeritus of The Albert Schweitzer Institute, David Taylor Ives reflects on his early experiences serving in the Peace Corps in his new book, American Dreamer: Memoirs of a Peace Corps Volunteer in Central America and Beyond.

When President John F. Kennedy challenged every American to contribute to the public good by declaring “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country,” a ten-year old boy in Pierpont, OH heard the call. “This phrase always stuck with me

Hillsdale , New York Town Supervisor Peter Cipkowski helps navigate residents through a changing landscape
06/05/2020
Changing Landscapes

Hillsdale , New York Town Supervisor Peter Cipkowski helps navigate residents through a changing landscape

While the seeds of the nationwide coronavirus pandemic response may have been sewn in Washington DC, and the hardline logistics of unprecedented mandates fleshed out on behalf of the most vulnerable within the halls of State Capitol buildings across the country, the brunt of the human response to

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06/05/2020

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This week, The Little Guild brings us the friendly, playful and affectionate Maxi for our Shelter Pet of the Week
06/05/2020
In Need - Shelters

This week, The Little Guild brings us the friendly, playful and affectionate Maxi for our Shelter Pet of the Week

IN NEED - SHELTERS

The many ways in which the Tri-State Chamber of Commerce has served the commerce, healthcare, education, and non-profit ...
06/04/2020
Tri-State Chamber of Commerce

The many ways in which the Tri-State Chamber of Commerce has served the commerce, healthcare, education, and non-profit sectors in the blended borders between New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts for the past 25 years.

Maps follow tidy boundaries that mark the borders between states in our Tri-state area, but up close those lines matter less. On the ground, our economies and businesses are serving people – regardless of where they are located. A coordinated strategy for our region is necessary and appropriate. M...

Dominique De Vito highlights Brown Estate for this week's Wine of the Week
06/04/2020
There's Always Wine

Dominique De Vito highlights Brown Estate for this week's Wine of the Week

Attention is turned rightfully at this time to race relations. It's sad but true that another culture that sorely under represents the African American community is that of wine and wine making. So this week I implore you all to search out and support this thin but vibrant slice of the industry. You...

Writer John Torsiello checks in on players, coaches and parents from Webutuck Central School District, Housatonic Valley...
06/04/2020
An Uncertain Halftime for Local Youth Sports

Writer John Torsiello checks in on players, coaches and parents from Webutuck Central School District, Housatonic Valley Regional High School, the Millbrook School, the Berkshire Hills Regional School District, the Taconic Little League and the Webutuck Valley Youth Soccer League to see how they've managed without their beloved sports so far and the hopes they have for the coming year.

By, John Torsiello In early March, the whistles blew, the final scoreboard clock buzzer sounded and the area’s high school athletes headed for their respective locker rooms. This was, sadly, the day the games stopped, forced to the sidelines because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The winter sports seas...

How area art venues like the Barrington Stage Company, Pilobolus, Standard Space art gallery, the Berkshire Theatre Grou...
06/03/2020
Arts In The Time Of Pandemic

How area art venues like the Barrington Stage Company, Pilobolus, Standard Space art gallery, the Berkshire Theatre Group, the Sharon Playhouse, Shakespeare & Company, The Ghent Playhouse, Jacob's Pillow, The Moviehouse, The Triplex Cinema, the Bank Street Theater, Five Points Gallery and the Tanglewood Music Center are adapting this season in response to pandemic.

By CB Wismar “We have carefully devised a plan on how to proceed in the most responsible way possible, which includes following social distancing guidelines to ensure the safety of our performers and audiences.” And, so it began. The statement by Barrington Stage Company Artistic Director Julian...

There was a #peacefulprotest in Millerton New York earlier this afternoon. ☮️ #georgefloyd🙏🏾 Photo by Olivia Valentine
06/03/2020

There was a #peacefulprotest in Millerton New York earlier this afternoon. ☮️ #georgefloyd🙏🏾 Photo by Olivia Valentine

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