• Happenings on the Hudson

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    Commercial Barges May Invade the Hudson River

    By Laura Wetherbee Commercial barges have recently threatened to drop anchor along the Hudson, including in Newburgh. The anchorages proposed in June are to run between Yonkers and Kingston, and […]

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    Crown Maple and Madava Farms

    by: Kristen La Marca A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of experiencing a place that is knowledgeable about all things maple syrup. The place is called Crown Maple […]

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    It Really Is the Bee’s Knees!

    by Colleen Thornton If one is ever up in the Catskill Mountain area and looking for an all-natural café, the best one to visit is Bees Knees Café on Heather […]

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    Happenings on the Hudson – DIA:Beacon

    by Laura Wetherbee Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) students who would like to get outdoors and enjoy the spring weather should check out DIA:Beacon which is a contemporary art museum […]

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    Happenings on the Hudson: 2Alices Expanding

     by Rebecca Gordils **You can read Rebecca’s original article on 2Alice’s by clicking here. Can’t get to Cornwall for Coffee? Well do not worry. 2Alice’s coffee shop is in the […]

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    Happenings on the Hudson: Headless Horseman

    by Rebecca Gordils It’s that time of year again! Sweatshirts, bonfires, crunchy leaves, hayrides, and all things spooky! Looking for some scary fun to have with friends this Halloween season […]

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    Happenings on the Hudson: Bear Mountain

    by Rebecca Gordils Looking for something to do this weekend other than waiting all day only to attend the same old parties? Why not try something new? Located 20 miles […]

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    Happenings on the Hudson: Cornwall for Coffee, Anyone?

    by Rebecca Gordils Do you feel like there is nothing to do around our tiny campus? Like Newburgh and the surrounding areas have nothing to offer? Then you need to […]

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    Hidden Masterpiece of Newburgh

    by Rebecca Gordils What may come to mind when thinking of Newburgh probably includes Mount Saint Mary College, a run-down neighborhood, and a beautiful waterfront. Many know it as Hudson […]

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    Storm King Art Center: Sculpture Landscape in the Hudson Valley

    by William Biersack For the college students in search of art and culture in the Hudson Valley area, the Storm King Art Center in New Windsor comes highly recommended. Approximately […]