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After a week spent in London, Paris was a welcome change because it had not changed.  Unlike London, which has given up being London in favor of going international, Paris has decided that being Paris is better than being modern and banal.  The roofline remains the...

Easter: that exuberance of Spirit

And earth trembling in mud, mist, bright sunlight

Sustained by a joy incomparably

Transcendent, contagious, iridescent,

Exultant, oddly,...

Before Eureka! is a coming-of-age novel about Greek culture’s most famous scientist, Archimedes of Syracuse, with special attention to his childhood. The...

The month of March saw the enhancement of collaboration of mental services in Dutchess County with the ratification of a contract between the County and Westchester Regional Medical Hospital (the former Saint Francis...

To the editor,

My husband and I bought a house in Amenia 12 years ago, and...

Farming in Dutchess County is alive and well. That’s the central theme anyhow of the county’s new farm protection plan as adopted by the County Legislature this month. 

With...

For the second year in a row, the topic of ethics reform is being used as a bartering chip to determine how over $140 billion of our tax dollars will be spent. 

Last year the...

I have only learned about Silo Ridge this week, after reading an article about it in the New York Times.

I read the article with great sadness and alarm. I love the Hudson Valley-the unspoiled, beautiful Hudson Valley. Having been born...

In a brief visit, we found a city in the throes of becoming an international capital while at the same time struggling to remain English. The skyline in every direction is littered with construction cranes. From each construction site, there will...

Contemporaneous, a group of musicians formed by undergraduates at Bard five years ago returned to Bard for their fifth anniversary concert Sunday, March 8, performing works by young composers all of whom were on hand, or on stage. 

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