Crabtree’s Kittle House Restaurant and Inn By ML Ball Some people’s lives read like a play. In the case of John Crabtree, his really does. His undergraduate degree was in English literature and writing, his thesis was on playwriting, and his plans were to write the Great American Play. However, as it often does, life intervened. Keep reading.
The Busyness of Being Home By Heather Dell’Amore With perhaps more wisdom than a preteen and just a sprinkling more of maturity, I have been asked to wonder if there is any right or wrong way to parent at home. I won’t pretend that my guide is anything other than myself. Keep reading.
The Inspiration Behind Annette Ferdinandsen Design By Clifford Hart Scandinavia is a place that holds the roots of a talented artist who now calls the Hudson Valley her home. Whether there is a specific gene for noticing small and delightful things is anybody’s guess, but without question, Annette comes by her creative sensibility honestly. Keep reading.
Avenues for Justice Is the Avenue for Life By Brooke Fedigan It takes a strong person to go to battle in court for those who have committed crimes and to recognize the good in them because of a “gut feeling.” Angel Rodriguez is the executive director of Avenues for Justice, and he is just such a person—some would say a saint. Keep reading.
A Field Trip to Hudson Naturals By Holly J. Coley Field Trip is a store devoted to top-tier handmade goods by indie American brands, including Hudson Naturals, Christina Silvestris’s own line of apothecarybased skin care. The whole idea for her coming to Newburgh was for her business to grow, but also for the area to grow. Keep reading.
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