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A Rundown of Hudson Valley Events

A Rundown of Hudson Valley Events

Conversation about immigrants’ rights, musical events, and holiday hubbub—as always, there are so many happenings here in the region to work into to your itinerary. COMMUNITY

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Malcolm Nance Gets Ready to Drop The Plot to Betray America

On November 12, counterterrorist and intelligence specialist Malcolm Nance will release his latest book, The Plot to Betray America, detailing evidence he's gathered on the Trump campaign's collusion with Russia. Ahead of the release, he speaks at Helsinki Hudson on 11/10.

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A Helping Hand: The Champions of Immigrant Advocacy in the Hudson Valley

Amidst a fraught reality of immigrant detention, deportation, and political bullying, several community leaders in the Hudson Valley are fighting back against federal policies targeting immigrants.

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Infamous Hudson Valley Murders for Local True Crime Buffs

Despite the many incredible writers out there that spin fictional tales of horror (Stephen King, Shirley Jackson, or Peter Straub, anyone?), sometimes real stories of crime and murder are just as—if not more—terrifying. These true-life murders happened right here in the Hudson Valley, and they’re sure to have you looking over your shoulder and locking your doors.

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Space Race: Hudson Valley Cities Test Models of Inclusive Community Development

With the specter of gentrification looming large, Hudson Valley cities are testing models of inclusive development.

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Three Republicans Have Filed to Challenge Antonio Delgado in 2020

A look at the candidacies of Anthony German, Ola Hawatmeh, and Mike Roth.
A look at the candidacies of Anthony German, Ola Hawatmeh, and Mike Roth.

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Op Ed | Natural Selection

Donna Minkowitz on the importance of conserving land for all people and the need for proper legislation to protect the accessibility and integrity of the Hudson Valley.

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The State Of Sex Education in New York

Only 24 states plus Washington, DC mandate sex education in public schools, according to the Guttmacher Institute: New York is not one of them. Our state does mandate HIV education, but there's no requirement that what is taught be medically accurate or culturally appropriate.

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9 Strange Headlines You Might Have Missed in June

News stories you might have missed last month.

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8 Strange Headlines You Might Have Missed in May

News stories you might have missed last month.

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Body Politic: Poetic Parting

One of our writers, Larry Bainhart says his goodbyes with rhyme while summarizing the current presidency.

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7 Strange Headlines You Might Have Missed in April

News stories you might have missed last month.

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On the Cover: Franco Vogt Photographs Luis Martinez

This month's cover tells the story of a Hudson Valley resident who embodied the "American Dream", only to find himself living a nightmare at an I.C.E detention center.

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7 Strange Headlines You Might Have Missed from March

News stories you might have missed last month.

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Undocumented in the Hudson Valley: The Luis Martinez Story

Following the arrest of New Paltz resident Luis Martinez, we examine how his detention and possible deportation both diverges from and typifies recent crackdowns by ICE.

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7 Strange Headlines You Might Have Missed in February

News stories you might have missed last month.

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Sat., Dec. 7, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. — Join us as we kick off our big holiday weekend in Saugerties!...
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Ashokan Rail Trail: Something for Everyone: Five Program Choices

Sat., Dec. 7, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. — Woodstock Land Conservancy (WLC) presents a special end of the year “First...

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