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Thu May 21st, 2015

As part of their Egyptian studies the fourth grade at Dutchess Day School create traditional handmade artifacts.  This year one student, Holly Davidson, wanted to build a life-sized shaduf, an...

Wed May 20th, 2015

On June 7 renowned gardener, Lynden Miller, will speak at Bellefield, the garden at the the Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site. She will talk about Beatrix Farrand who designed...

by Eric Petersen in Features
Mon Apr 20th, 2015

We continue Eric Petersen's series on our relations with Iran.  Iran III looks at what Iran is alleged to be doing in Yemen, what Saudi Arabia is doing in Yemen...

Sat Apr 11th, 2015

Our friend and long-time subscriber Eric Petersen has made a study of our relations with Iran and, incidentally, the role of Israel in those relations.   In the following piece...

by Eric Petersen in Features
Thu Apr 9th, 2015

In the 23 years since the controversy about Iran’s nuclear ambitions surfaced much has appeared in the U.S. press and other media on this topic, most of it less than...

Mon Apr 6th, 2015

The evening of March 15 fifteen 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Dutchess Day School students arrived in Rome for a nine day tour of Italy. 
Their spent their first...

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Tue Mar 31st, 2015

Joshua Groffman, the impresario behind One Quiet Plunge, hosted his second mod music concert Saturday, March 21 at the Mid-Hudson Heritage Center in Poughkeepsie.  It was billed as a multi-media...

by Tonia Shoumatoff in Features
Mon Mar 30th, 2015

Amenia’s ordinances state that property owners are required to remove snow from the sidewalks on the hamlet streets of Amenia and Wassaic. (Article 101.13).  Nevertheless, as a courtesy to residents...

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