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by Carola Lott in Features
Fri Jul 22nd, 2016

It is hard to believe that little more than 20 years ago it was almost impossible to buy fresh vegetables directly from the farmers that grew them. In fact there...

Heading towards organic (Part two of two)
by Tracy Frisch in Features
Thu Jul 14th, 2016

Getting there

At the onset, Sarah had many constraints. At first, she had to buy feed because she wasn’t on the farm the previous year to make it herself,...

Heading towards organic (Part one of two)
by Tracy Frisch in Features
Wed Jul 6th, 2016

As a youngster on her family’s dairy farm, Sarah Lyons Chase’s life revolved around cows. Despite her love for everything bovine, she never imagined that she would – or even...

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Tue Jun 14th, 2016

Our Cuban adventure had two legs.

The first was as followers and supporters of the Bard Conservatory of Music’s orchestra, which performed in two provincial cities before two full days...

by Carola Lott in Features
Sat Jun 11th, 2016

The Millbrook polo season season officially begins with the Mashomack International Polo Challenge on June 18 when several Mashomack teams chosen at the last moment will face a guest...

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Wed Jun 8th, 2016

Our publisher, Stephen Kaye and his wife Bindy are accompanying the Bard Music Conservatory on their tour of Cuba. Although access to Wi-Fi is sporadic, Stephen has managed to send...

by Antonia Shoumatoff in Features
Mon Jun 6th, 2016

In the fall of 2008 the only antiques entities in Millerton were Hunter Bee (next to the diner) and the Millerton Antique Center which now houses 30 dealers, and a...

Composing, Conducting, Performing
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Features
Wed Jun 1st, 2016

Last Wednesday evening before group rehearsal for The Next Festival of Emerging Artists, I sat down on an old bench outside Gordon Hall at Music Mountain with a cool breeze...

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