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by Kevin T. McEneaney in Features
Sun Mar 8th, 2015

Composer Dr. Joshua Groffman, founder of One Quiet Plunge, a Hudson River project dedicated to highlighting new music in accessible venues, presents “An Arrow Pointing Down,” a multi-media project inspired...

by Kevin T. McEneaney in Features
Tue Mar 3rd, 2015

When Spanish conquistador Ponce De Léon left Puerto Rico for Florida, perhaps he might have travelled south instead of north. In southern Ecuador there is a small city of about...

by Carola Lott in Features
Tue Feb 10th, 2015

The Indian Mountain School’s exhibition of landscapes is well worth a visit. Organized by artist and IMS trustee, Sam Posey, and hung by Darren Winston, the show features the work...

by Carola Lott in Features
Tue Feb 10th, 2015

On Saturday, February 7, the Dutchess Day School team of ten 5th through 8th grade students along with their faculty advisors, Darlene Yager and Amanda Ruhe, competed in the Hudson...

by Carola Lott in Features
Tue Feb 3rd, 2015

Edward Pulling and his wife, Lucy, founded the Millbrook School more than 80 years ago with the idea of developing intelligent, socially responsible young adults. To that end they devised...

by Arvolyn Hill in Features
Mon Feb 2nd, 2015

Wassaic’s Maxon Mills has been bustling with artists: its winter residency program is in full swing. Nine artists, the current winter residents, came in December and will be there until...

by Carola Lott in Features
Mon Feb 2nd, 2015

Eliza Glaister began cooking in earnest when she went to the Savannah College of Art and Design after graduating from the Millbrook School. Her house mates idea of dinner was...

by Michaela Coplen in Features
Mon Feb 2nd, 2015

“I apologize in advance because this is all very sad.” Leaning in towards the microphone, Edward Hirsch’s hands rested half-open on the table as he offered this small introduction. On...

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