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  • "She-Ra," oil on linen, 24" x 24", 2015
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  • Vol. 21, No. 33
  • September 2015
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  • Scouting for Everyone
  • Scouting for Everyone

    In 2006, some former members of the Boy Scouts formed an independent scouting association, one that teaches traditional scouting, as it was practiced prior to the 1960s, and follows the original guidelines laid down by scouting’s founder, Robert Baden-Powell.
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  • Yogi Berra, Mercury Retrograde, and Saturday’s Eclipse
  • Planet Waves Weekly
  • Yogi Berra, Mercury Retrograde, and Saturday’s Eclipse

    On Tuesday—the day before the equinox, during Mercury retrograde, and almost exactly between two eclipses—baseball Hall of Famer Lawrence “Yogi” Berra, at least as famous for what he said as how he played—died at the age of 90 in West Caldwell, New Jersey. I’m going to leave the fantastic details of Berra’s life to the New York Times; but when someone so beloved for his quirky communication passes away with so much significant astrology going on, it’s worth considering his natal chart for a moment.
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Lifestyles

  • Well Spent: The Back to School Edition
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  • Well Spent: The Back to School Edition

    That hint of fall in the air can only mean one thing: it’s back to school time for Hudson Valley kids. Public schooled, private schooled, home schooled—that studious spirit settles on everyone. Here’s a tip: skip the mall melées and head to these local havens instead. They have everything from notebooks to cleats, dresses to pink ombre hair to James Baldwin to lunchboxes.
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News & Politics

  • Editor's Note: Catalpa
  • Editor's Note
  • Editor's Note: Catalpa

    Proust had his madeleine, the cookie that crumbled in his tea and released the legendary flood of memories in his masterwork. Walking through the park one August morning, I spotted a catalpa tree. The sight of its enormous dangling green beans was enough to send me tumbling through the years till I spilled out on the lawn of my childhood home, a boy again, underneath the massive leafy crown of the catalpa I knew growing up.
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Hudson Valley Towns

  • Growth Spurt: Newburgh & Cornwall
  • Newburgh
  • Growth Spurt: Newburgh & Cornwall

    Nestled at the base of Storm King Mountain alongside the Hudson River, a close-knit community thrives in a family-oriented oasis. Friendly neighbors and large herds of children abound, the latter summoned home by the "5 o'clock whistle." The Town of Cornwall and its counterpart, the Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson, are two of few remaining Sandlot-esque communities.
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