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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...

by By Tonia Shoumatoff in Features
Mon Mar 30th, 2015

Cassandra Whitehead played Annie Oakley in Annie Get Your Gun at Webutuck High School last weekend.  She did not have to steal the show; she was the show.  Ms. Whitehead,...

by Carola Lott in Features
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

Just in time to convince us that Spring is really about to spring, Squirrel Hall Gifts at Twin Brooks opened its doors on Monday, March 16. 
As we wrote...

by Kevin T. McEneaney in Features
Mon Mar 16th, 2015

La Cage aux Folles at the Center for Performing Arts is not a Broadway production. That is good. The Broadway production was snazzy, dripping with glitter, projecting perfect voices. That...

Mon Mar 9th, 2015

The weekend of February 20-22, 18 Dutchess Day School 7th and 8th graders joined some 600 middle school students at William and Mary College in Williamsburg, VA for a Model...

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...