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Delavergne Hill inspires a landscape painter -- Trevor McWilliams captures the “way it was”
by Antonia Shoumatoff in Features
Mon Jan 18th, 2016

A painting of the view from Delavergne Hill came to our attention when our photo editor was seeking illustrations to go with a story about the impact of Silo Ridge...

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Tue Dec 15th, 2015

A non-exclusive special of The Millbrook Independent

Alex Shoumatoff, brother of our own Tonia Shoumatoff, played a round with candidate Trump long before he was a candidate.  It was back...

by Jim Klotsy in Features
Mon Dec 14th, 2015

Photo by Jim Klotsy

Tue Dec 8th, 2015

Millbrook’s Danielle Molella uses her hands to heal. As a licensed massage therapist, Professional Bowenwork Practitioner and Board Certified in Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork, Molella understands that touch can have...

Tue Dec 1st, 2015

During two Sundays in December the Millerton Business Group is celebrating the Christmas season with a variety of events around the village. 

On Sunday December 13 at 11:00 am. The...

New faces at Amenia farmers’ market
by Stephen Kaye in Features
Tue Dec 1st, 2015

New, but friendly faces appeared at Amenia’s indoor farmers’ market Saturday, beginning with a moveable donut factory that greeted us at the entrance door.  Great Cape Baking Company offers...

Music preview
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Features
Mon Nov 30th, 2015

Denise Finley has once again put together a magnificent program of local music. Co-producer Katharine Dunlop will make introductory remarks at the annual Christmas Concert and Tea (in its eleventh...

Veterans paint, speak, and act
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Features
Sat Nov 21st, 2015

The 3rd Veterans Arts Showcase at the Wallace Center of the FDR Presidential Library opened this past Friday afternoon with founder Lori Arella speaking, followed by an eloquent invocation by...